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I need to know how to pipe my excavator for a tilt bucket. it is piped for a hammer now. its a 5.5 t exc with rexroth pumps

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Debbie, probably water hammer, but your pipes may not be supported/attached properly. Have a good plumber or a knowledgeable friend take a look to see if pipes hang loosely and can be attached more securely. If pipes are secure and supported properly and noise is still there a water hammer will have to be installed. Check the attached links,instruction and guides they may enable you to cure the noise from pipes on your own. Good luck.
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If you have a Saniplus model then the vent connection is on the top right side of the pump casing if you are facing the toilet with pump sitting behind. The vent pipe needs to be minimum 1 1/2" and must be vented to the open air so air can flow in and out at all times. To the left side of the vent connection is the discharge pipe which should be a 3/4" or 1" discharge pipe. You can try disconnecting the vent pipe and run it with the vent pipe open, also you can disconnect the discharge pipe and put a bucket at the end of the discharge elbow and flush the toilet into the bucket, it will free flow into the bucket and there are no restrictions. That way you can tell if the problem is the pump or the installation set up.

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Could be a bad installation or the motor might be tilted and not sitting straight inside the pump casing. Disconect the discharge pipe and vent pipe and drain the pump into a bucket, check if it makes a different, if it does then the problem might be on the drain pipe. Also you might want to open the lid and remove the motor with pressure chamber and make sure is sitting straight inside the pump casing.

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My washer won't drain, full of water with clothes


Check the pump for blockages. First unplug and drain the machine by hand as much as possible.You will have to tilt the machine to access the bottom of it. The pump will have an incoming water pipe from the drum, and an outgoing pipe to the drain. These pipes are usually fixed with spring clips which you press to release (may need a plier here). Remove the pipe that comes to the pump from the drum.Check for items blocking the pump via the opening for the pipe. You will probably find a sock or some other item blocking the pipe. Remove and re-fit the pipe and spring clip. It should work now.

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My washing machine wont drain. it gets to the drain cycle and stops.


Check the pump for blockages. First unplug and drain the machine by hand as much as possible.You will have to tilt the machine to access the bottom of it. The pump will have an incoming water pipe from the drum, and an outgoing pipe to the drain. These pipes are usually fixed with spring clips which you press to release (may need a plier here). Remove the pipe that comes to the pump from the drum.Check for items blocking the pump via the opening for the pipe. You will probably find a sock or some other item blocking the pipe. Remove and re-fit the pipe and spring clip. It should work now.

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I want to **** the air out off a pipe place vertically in water without sucking any water


Oh, I see how this site edits things now. The only way I know to do that is placing an air lock in between. If you can get a 5 gallon bucket with a lid and install 2 pipes into it. Run one to the vacuum and one to the pipe. eventually you will draw water into the bucket, but as long as you don't let the bucket get full, it won't draw water into the vacuum.

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GE washer WSXH208AWW does not spin and drain out.


Please, make sure your machine is unplugged before you get started. After removing the panel, on the front right side of my machine there was a round white pipe with a screw plug in the middle. The filter is inside that pipe. The actual filter is a basket shaped piece attached to the back of my screw plug. Before I started to work, I looked inside the machine and found a black flexible hose coming from the drum to the filter pipe. I found the drain pipe; mine is gray and attached to the back of the pump. It runs out the back of my machine to the drain. My pump is this little rectangular shaped box attached to the right side of the filter pipe. Like my machine yours probably has water in it. Just know it can get messy in a hurry when you open the plug. I drained out about 12 or 13 gallons of wash water. I had two small buckets, a five gallon bucket, and my wet dry vac just in case. I used the smaller buckets to catch the water as it came out of the machine, and emptied them into the 5 gallon bucket as needed. I very carefully unscrewed the plug, turning it slowly and keeping a little inward pressure on it so the water wouldn’t come gushing out all at one time. Mine came out with quite a bit of force, so be ready. The plug was screwed in firmly (finger tight), but not so tight that I need a tool to open it. I did it without an extra set of hands but an extra set certainly can help when a bucket needs emptied. After all the water had drained out, I removed the plug and cleaned out everything that was in the basket and pipe. There is a small hole in the inside of the drain pipe where the pump attaches to it. I slid my finger inside the hole to feel for anything that might have made its way into the pump. You can feel the impeller for the pump there. I did find some candy wrappers and removed them. Look again at the two hoses (the black one coming from the drum, and the gray drain hose), you will see a clamp on each one attaching them to the filter and pump respectively. I don’t know the technical term for the clamps (I call them compression clamps). If you squeeze the ends of the clamp with a pair of pliers you can loosen the clamp and slide it back so you can pull the hose off. I was glad that I did this because I found a piece of pencil that had made its way past the pump impeller and was stuck in the exit side of the pump. I’m surprised my pump hadn’t burned out. After you feel certain you have removed the debris from the machine and hoses, make sure the two hoses are reattached and firmly clamped if not they will leak. Slide the filter plug back in the pipe and tighten firmly (finger tight). Plug in your machine and hopefully this takes care of the problem. I didn’t put the front panel on right away, I wanted to make sure everything was working and the hoses didn’t leak. Good luck, I hope this gives you enough detail to get the job done.

Sep 11, 2008 | GE WSXH208A Front Load Washer

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Will not drain


It sounds like the drainage may be blocked to prove this ;
1. Switch of the Washer
2. check youve switched off.
3. have a bucket handy.
4. Pull unit forward so you can access the pipes behind.
5. Locate the grey waste corrigated pipe connected to the waste plumbing. (Not the thin water pipe)
6. Remove corrigated (thicker) pipe and hold over the bucket.
5. switch unit back on. (Holding pipe over bucket)
6. Set the unit to final spin and start - this should empty the machine completely.

If the machine empties then your plumbing may need attention because the washer cannot push its waste water out through it.
You should get a full bucket load maybe more - so be ready to empty the bucket down the sink and reposition it.

If not then the drain pump motor may be faulty. This costs £19.99 + delviery from hotpoint - see : http://www.4hotpoint.co.uk/cgi-bin/search.pl?parts_search=s&model=wd63&part=pump. You will have to fit this yourself - or get a friend/engineer. I have never fitted one but anyone handy and safe with tools should be able to fit. I would guess no more than one hour to do.

However:

If you have warranty (machine is less than 1 year old) or paid for extended cover then call hotpoint to see if they can be booked in urgently...This should be free.

If you don't have warranty (your machine is older than 1 year) then its still worth calling Hotpoint - you will be charged £90 callout but parts are free for machines less than 5 years old + its warranted for 30days. This is what I recommend - especially if you have kids at home over easter!!! (then get the Extended Cover afterwards)
Call hotpoint service on 08704422510

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