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This means the unit has taken on water to the base pan and will not allow you to do anything until the water is removed. Once the water is gone you will need to locate or fine why water reached the base pan to correct this problem. Most common reasons, too much subs, leaking hose, leaking drain hose behind the unit and traveled back into the unit. Without seeing the unit the cause would just be a guess. I hope this helps. If you unplug the unit allow 2-3 days to dry out, this may allow you to run the unit and locate the original cause of your leak. good luck
VPR has a semi-sealed tank that keeps +1 pot of water heated and ready to brew. Pouring in a full pot of cold water will fill the top tray and allow a slow trickle of cold water into the top which forces hot water to over flow into the brew basket. This continues until all the cold water drains into the heater tank. So the brew is matched volume per volume. UNLESS the tank was empty or not filled prior to brewing. Follow the brewing instructions from Bunn (on line for *FREE* download at Bunn.com)
* If it leaks (from the bottom) only when you pour in water. Then your pouring it too fast and over flowing the fill tray. slowdown, watch the level in the tray. do not fill past the lid.
* If it leaks just sitting (not brewing) then there is a hole in the tank. Call for service.
* If it leaks after filling the tray half way. then the top of the tank has a leak, loose, cracked, or missing gasket. There is quite a few gaskets on the lid. Call for service.
* Final; Leaks are always bad around electrical equip. Best to unplug and call for service to be safe.
have pressure test done on the coolant system to check for leaks . have a compression test done to check for head gasket and cracks. have the radiator cap tested for correct operation. Check hose from radiator to reservoir for loose fittings and cracks. Check that there is water in the reservoir as the container may have a crack in it.
I would get another barrel and fill it with water, that will allow it to sink, and be more maneuverable under water. Then you can switch it for the barrel with the hole in it, and then drain the water from the good one with a hose. Good luck fixing your dock!
The waterchannels down from the roof to each side of the vehicle through the inside of the fenders, even though the vents are clear the channels to divert the water may be plugged. Look behind the fender (sounds impossible, but open the doors and look where the hinges are, you should be able to see somewhat behind the fenders, check for debris lodged within the cavity behind the fender, water can fill up and run back into the interior of the vehicle. A leaking door seal will also allow water to seep into the interior.
Did you do the reassembly yourself? If not, take it back to whoever did because the reassembly was done incorrectly. Oil and water mixing can only happen at the top or bottom ends of the barrel. Either the head gasket is not seated properly or the barrel to casing seals are not properly installed
It sounds like one of the automatic water fill valves in the machine is leaking water when washer is off and the valves are closed. There are two manual water supply valves at the wall behind the washer, one for hot water and one for cold. Close the manual hot water supply valve and allow the washer to sit and see if it fills with water. If it does fill, then the cold water automatic fill valve is leaking. If not, then open the hot water manual supply valve and close the cold water manual supply valve. Allow the washer to sit again and see if it fills. If it does then the hot water automatic fill valve is leaking. Replace the leaking valve in your washer. You can order the new valve online using washer brand and model number on a appliance parts web store, or maybe even find it at a local appliance parts store.
You must first determine exactly where the water is coming from. The water supply line may be loose or cross-threaded. The overflow float may be stuck in the down position. This will allow the machine to over-fill and leak. The door seal may be worn or off-position. The drain line may be loose or have a hole in it. The wash tub may have a crack in it that needs to be sealed. A gasket around the motor or the heating element may be loose or split.
Get a flashlight. Remove the bottom panel. Start the cycle. Get comfortable on the floor and watch closely. This may be a simple fix. Something like tightening a loose hose. Good luck
this are the possibilities for the leak :----- Door gasket loose/torn Corner gaskets or door baffle/vent gasket Door lock/latch loose/broken Split spray arm Over filling with water...usually the level is just under the heating element is normal Something leaking through the door...like the soap or rinse agent dispenser gasket, silverware basket button. Door hinge(s) bent Wrong soap was used...dish sink soap instead of dishwasher soap Rinse aid being used with mechanically softened water ( makes foam or suds inside the dishwasher )
Leaks from under the unit: Look for whiting or calcium stain on the motor and pump assembly = motor and pump assembly seal leak...access panel removal help Hose for upper spray arm split Fill hose split or fill hose spout air inlet is calcium covered Drain hose is split Rusted liner...metal liners only Fill valve leaking or allowing water to fill all the time Heating element ends....where they come out through the dishwasher liner Float or float gasket.
First thing to check is the discharge pump inlet hose from underneath the tub to the pump. This frequently vibrates loose enough to allow water to leak out as tub water level increases. Also, this hose may have rubbed against something for some time and developed a hole at the rub point, resulting in a leak. If you are good with a tire patch, you might be able to seal the hole and avoid the cost of a new hose. Make sure the hose is insulated from or pulled away from the rub point to avoid a recurrence of the leak later.
The next most frequent leak point is at the mixing valve at the water inlet where the hot and cold water is channeled into the tub fill. Loose connections or a cracked valve housing will leak water.