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"Backstroke" or I mean to check for power backward from the wall plug to the breaker box..

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Unit has no power, we had a power outage, power coming to unit is good.

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Dec 29, 2015 | Heating & Cooling

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Remove power steering pump on a 2007 chevy avalanche

Power Steering Pump Replacement « on: 05/04/07 06:28 PM » I recently had to replace the power steering pump in my 1500 Z71 Av and tried following the manual. My mistake. If anyone has to do this replacement, this is a much easier way:

1. Disconnect the battery
2. Take the upper fan shroud off.
3. Take the skid plate and whatever that plastic thing in front of the skid plate is off
4. Disconnect your power steering lines and the wire from the back of the power steering pump
5. Take the alternator out (2 bolts, one nut, one wire connector)
6. Take the nut off that attaches the right angle bracket from the power steering pump to the engine
7. Take the bracket for the power steering pump and the alternator off the front of the engine.
8. Then you can get to the power steering pump with no trouble at all. Goes back in pretty easy too.

Happy motoring. Hopefully no one else breaks the power steering pump shaft in half, but I'm sure someone will.

Sep 18, 2015 | Chevrolet 2007 Chevrolet Avalanche 1500...

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I have power going into both contactors but only coming out of one of them. my heater is not working. can u suggest any possible solutions or what may be causing the problem?

If you have power going to a contactor and power is not coming out then check for power at the coil of the contactor...
Is the contactor pulling in and the contacts bad... replace it...
If there is not power to the coil then find out why there is no power to the coil...


Aug 08, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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Unit just stopped working. Power is being supplied to the unit.

There can be a trip switch or timer that has cut off, remove power and power after an hour. If the AC does not power on then start from the power cord to the panel, if there is control panel the power to the unit could have failed and so the functions are dead . Also check the main relay to the compressor.

Jul 05, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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Geno, Thanks for the reply. Ironically I found the website this afternoon that you sent me links to later. Thanks for your kindness. If I get someone else the problem is continuity test on both...

Hi Tom,

I'm not Geno-- But maybe I can pick up where he left off?

First you say you did a continuity test on the heater elements-- What was the Ohms on each?

Now to the Voltage measurements:
You say you have voltage to the upper-- but not the lower--
That is normal on a cold tank-- That way you can get HOT water faster, that waiting for the whole tank to heat (as from the bottom element-- Make sense?

Until we know if the elements are OK-- the voltage checks are a bit pre-mature.

So-- With power shut OFF, and the wires lifted from the heating elements,
What are the ohms across the heater elements themselves?
(It should be low-- in the 3 or 4 ohms?-- but NOT OPEN! (which is infinity..)

What do you get?

Mack B

Jan 15, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

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All our our Panasonic Split Type air conditioners in our plant do not operate when power source is taken from a power generator set but the Carrier brands operates well. What could be the reason for this...

The genset power most likely is 220V line to ground power. You utility power is 220V line to line but uses 2ea 110 VAC line inputs to get that 220VAC. The only way to correct this is to reconfigure your generator connection to 220V line to line IF possible. Some generators that only have a 220V output. Re-configuration is not possible

Measure power at the breaker on gen power as the source and again with the utility as the source. You will see the difference in voltages. Utility power.... each side of the Breaker output to ground = 110V across the 2 terminals 220V

Gen power one side of the breaker output = 220V other side = ZERO.

You can make it work but it would take some heavy duty relays in a power sub paenl so that when the generator is running one side of the power is 220V and the other side is Ground. Once utility power is restored the relays would disengage and power would again be 220 VAC line to line.

You will need a licensed electrician and a PERMIT to install a relay panel such as I mentioned above. Improper wiring of the power relay swtitching panel can cause major power problems in any given installation and trip the MAIN PWR breaker.

Thanks for choosing FixYa.


Sep 05, 2010 | Panasonic Heating & Cooling

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Twice now, on my RV heater air unit has turned on in the middle of the night, even though I have the power to the unit turned off. This is a Coleman mach unit with a remote control. If the power is off on...

It obviously does have power going to it, remote controls will not re-energize an appliance such as this. Ensure the switch you are manipulating is the power switch, it sounds like an "on-off" switch and no that is the same thing, a power switch removes power, an on-off switch does just that but will not control the power to the machine.

May 26, 2010 | Coleman Mach III Air Conditioner

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Themostat problem no power

Your R terminal in your air-handler is the 24v power that goes to the tstat. Look at the air-handler and match the color wire. ALL tstats have a power wire going to them. If you aren't getting power, you probably have a break somewhere in the wiring close to the thermostat you are replacing.

Apr 07, 2009 | Ruud UBHC Air Conditioner

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Check your furnace for power. will be 4 wires. power ground and 2 thermostat wires. Check for power at the time delay relay, if you have power there check for power going in the fan motor, if power in motor wire, motor is bad. If no power in motor wire and power going to circuit board take the 2 thermostat wire apart and wrap the 2 together comimg from the thermostat. Fan will stat in about 30 seconds. If it does you need a control kit in the ac. But sounds to me like you have a furnace problem.

Jan 14, 2009 | Dometic Heating & Cooling

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Condensing unit willnot turn off

First check for power, to the contactor ,if no power then backtrack for power, If got power and nothing happens, the its the capicator out due to power surge, see if the capacitor is bulged on the top or bottom! Thank-you-very-much!

Aug 26, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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