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Sometimes we look for problems when the obvious is right in front of us. You did not mention what you checked out for a possible solution, but my bet is that your humidistat knob may be set to boost your air/heat exchange. If that is not the issue, you can take an ohms meter to check if the switch is good before replacing it. Good luck.

Fantech DB10... | Answered on Aug 11, 2011


What it sounds like to me is that the second light may have fluorescent bulbs - either the compact fluorescent type or maybe a circular bulb. The fact that when you turn off the switch and then immediately on and it works fine, also makes sense if that is the case.

Fantech DB10... | Answered on Jan 28, 2009


didn't know you could use a fantech dimmer for regular lights.. try a regular 3 way switch in both places and see if you get full brightness then replace only one of the switches with a 3 way dimmer and see what happens.. you can only use one dimmer on a 3-way circuit

Fantech... | Answered on Dec 06, 2009


i think id be looking for a short. or maybe the breaker is bad

Electrical... | Answered on Sep 18, 2020


I suggest taking a close look at the starter motor - removing and testing it and while it is off check the engine will turn reasonably well by hand...

Electrical... | Answered on Sep 11, 2020


Did you try to jump the battery with another? Do that first after that the clicking is coming from the solenoid so follow the sound although that "sound" usually means it's working.
When you have the jumper battery connected and it still won't start tap on the starter. I hope this helps. Take care.

Electrical... | Answered on Sep 05, 2020


Generator voltage is regulated with a voltage regulator. Depending on what type of generator depends on what type of regulator it uses.

Electrical... | Answered on Sep 01, 2020


ask google or www.yellowpages.com

Electrical... | Answered on Aug 24, 2020


Is this a new bidet installation, USA? What year was home built and/ or remodeled?

It's probably safe but It would not be wise to use the unit without GFCI protection.

Please describe the installation. Is it plugged into a bathroom circuit with a GFCI breaker in the house panel or is there a GFCI receptacle protecting multiple outlets in the bathroom.

The typical cause for GFCI nuisance trips is an improper connection of protective equipment ground and neutral (grounded conductor) somewhere downstream of the GFCI protection device. IOTWs, a white neutral wire is touching bare ground wire or metal box.

You might try plugging the bidet into a long 3 wire extension cord so you can try a different GFCI outlet... in the kitchen or dining room. If it works at different GFCI circuits then likely it's not the unit but rather the bathroom wiring.

Comment below for further assistance.



Electrical... | Answered on Aug 20, 2020


I don't know of any 'push rose', on an internal combustion engine. Ah, you mean 'push rods' perhaps, the things that open the valves? The push rod is just a steel rod that works on a cam and presses the rocker, which presses the valve stem tip. Hopefully they just need adjusting, if not, it is a catastrophic failure!

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Electrical... | Answered on Jul 12, 2020

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