Email weatherwall ww21h..2.5hp.. 700-352-0003
ok. I know the unit is a bit old, but it is in perfect order, however when it was uninstalled the wiring from front panel to the unit was disconected
(red/ yellow/blue and earth )and also the mains in, what I need to know which goes where? I am fairly competent with wiring but a wiring diagram would sufficient or a written exolanation of which goes where.
Thankyou for your time and patience in this matter in advance.
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Re: email weatherwall wiring
RED-- power--r)( yellow-- cool--y) (blue--same as yellow or don't use) (green--fan--) (white--heat) these are wires from the thermostat. Now the ..........................HEY, is this a window unit or central air system!
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I hate to assume anything, so allow me to just suggest a couple of things I would check...
1. Are the plug wires in the correct order? Do you know what the firing order is for your vehicle? Do you know the order is on the block as well? You should consult a chilton's manual for your vehicle.
2. Did you make sure to look inside the boot and be sure the contacts are actually contacting the plug cap? If you used the old wires, you might want to check them carefully for breaks or other damage.
3. Did you think to gap your plugs before you put them in? "Pre-gapped" isn't always right, sometimes they get bounced around a bit in handling.
It sounds to me that your group seal is bad. Since this machine is a 15-Bar unit, it puts out quite a bit of pressure causing water to leak out around the portafilter when making espresso if your seal is old or damaged. The pressure doesn't build up as much when you are running just water through the machine - hence the reason why the machine works ok without grounds. I sell a LOT of parts and accessories for various manufacturers of espresso machines. This particular seal is extremely difficult to locate fom Cuisinart, but is rather easy to replace. Through extensive testing, I have located a replacement gasket produced by another major manufacturer that fits the Cuisinart EM-100 & EM-200 machines perfectly. I sell them for $10.99 each (or two for $19.99) which includes shipping in the continental US and I accept Paypal. If you would like to contact me via email (firstname.lastname@example.org), I will be happy to help you out.
I have an old Nak TM-1 with the same problem....I have isolated ot to the MPC cable connecting the two units; specifically, just outside of the back of the main box. Seems like an intermittent 'short,' even though there is no actual motion of this cable over the years. It mpc's-into the remote unit, but is hard-wired to the base unit. Anyone know if I can order/locate a replacement cable?
I spoke to QMS about this since it happened to me. It is the registration roller in the transport unit going bad. Basically the clutch is slipping and they are seeing a lot of it on this model. The first page will slip because the clutch is sticking. , delaying the paper pickup . i also have the accordion problem which is where you are headed. this is where the clutch does not disengage when it is suppose to , causing the paper to fold. The only solution to this is a new transport unit. It is the entire section in the back.. Looks like a bit of work to rip it out but straight forward. Transport unit
800-972-6705 - $87
I am going to call and order one next week, I’ll let you know how it works out.
The JVC unit has a RED wire, it sounds like this is connected to a power source that is ON with ignition...this is OK. Your unit also has a YELLOW wire, and it sounds like this also connected to a power source that is ON with ignition.....NOT OK....this wire needs to be connected to a power source that is On all the time.
I don't know what wire you are referring to, however, I just fixed one last week that was 1 year old, not taking a charge (not even to get the screen up at all). Went to batteries plus, ordered a battery for it (there are 4 screws in the back and then some plastic catches that are released with a thin screwdriver--I started on the top). The battery was $25 but the unit is no longer under warrenty and it cost $50 through Radio Shack for them to send it in to the company. Worked perfectly with new battery.
Reading the instruction manual - yes, life experience has taught me some really useful stuff! -
Under 'Discs for recording' on page 7 it says at end of section
To ensure proper working of the set we recommend the use of PHILIPS audio CDR and audio CDRW discs only'
Roughly translated I read this to me - 'don't blame us if the set don't work using other (non-compatible) discs' !!