I have purchased a unicouple repair kit to fix the problem of the hose disconnecting from the tap. It did not come with instructions. How do I dismantle the unicouple to replace the worn parts? Does anybody know where there are instructions, or can somebody provide them for me here?
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This is a simple repair.
1. Drain tank save fuel can be used again
2.Purchase fuel line replacement kit Lowes -Home Depot
3.Kit needs to contain feed wire and gas hose.
4.Disassemble cover to reveal fuel line connection to carb.
5. Feed wire from kit into fuel tank through fuel line hole.
6. Install new hose over wire connecting end into hook at end of wire
7. Pull hose through tank up to the carburetor
8. Remove wire and connect filter and hose to carburetor
9. Replace gas into tank, Ck for leaks
Yes, i agree with u, their price is a killer with shipping charges. I purchased one n repaired my broken valve, which I was quite happy with the result. I kept my broken bcd for awhile believing I can find some way to fix it. I have seen a few diveshops who does patchwork but decided against it until I was in phuket recently when I saw this scuba fix repair kit used on one of the dm bcd. He said best repair ever! I look at it, It looked like the repaired valve will outlast his bcd! I bought 2 sets for 5000 baht works out around $160.
The easiest way to repair this is first go to an auto parts store and purchase a spark plug thread repair kit. In this kit will be a tap, to rethread the hole. A spark plug insert to put on your spark plug. What you have to do is tap out the hole, then blow out the hole with air to get all the shavings out of the port. You can use canned air for this if you don't have a compressor. Then install the insert on the spark plug and insert plug and your ready to go. Just remember you must now use the insert on the plug ( you can reuse the insert) every time you replace the plug. Good luck.
"F20" is a Water Inlet problem. This means you either have insufficient water pressure, the taps are turned off (not trying to insult your intelligence), the water inlet hoses are kinked, or the water inlet valve may be clogged with sediment. You need a minimum of 10-25 psi of water pressure in order for the washer to work correctly. Also, if you live in an area that has hard water, or if you use well water, you may have rust or sediment clogged in the inlet valve. However, if you just purchased the washer, I would tend to doubt that it is clogged already. It takes some time for this to happen. It still may be worth your effort just to double check your installation, check the hoses for kinks and the sediment screens for clogs. Just turn off the water at the taps and disconnect the hoses from the back of the washer. The sediment screens are inside the inlet valve on the back of the washer. The inlet vlave is also controlled by electronic solenoids. I would normally recommend that you check to make sure the electrical connections are plugged in correctly and then instruct you to do resistance checks to make sure the solenoids are good. However, once again, if you just purchased the appliance you have a one year limited warranty that comes from the manufacturer. If you open the appliance or attempt any repairs on your own, this may void your warranty. NOTE: The warranty does NOT cover installation, however. That's why I strongly suggest you doublecheck your installation. If this isn't a simple matter of installation, I would recommend you honor your warranty and save yourself from having to pay for repairs. I hope you find this information helpful. Let me know if I can assist you any further.