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when you say boils over do you mean dumping out the over flow pipe ? have you tried new radiator cap
sorry mate it seems like you checked everything but I have seen plenty of MX bikes come in from hard race and dump half their coolant on the floor through the over flow pipe as soon as they turn engine off
its nearly always the radiator cap (pressure release) is to weak when this happens
thought it worth a mention but no doubt you checked already?
the frig uses a dual valve and the foutain water is filter water the water line is frozen ( i think ) and if you warm up the freezer it will flow . try it and we'll go from there .. freezer tempt should be around 0 to 5 deg . also ck the water blater behind the crisper and see if its frozen and veg will also freeze . this may be caused by a bad dampner control between the freezer and the fresh food side. mm hope this helps . feed backk pls ..
If your external by-pass is closed almost all the way then it will be your internal by-pass. You find this assembly inside the water manifold at the side of the heater. Part should be about 70-80 bucks.
It is suppose to regulate the water flow so it has time to heat but not boil. Yours is probally missing the control disc and letting all the water flow past the heater so the water in the heater is boiling and that is the banging you hear. Good luck.
The switches are for the "warmers" only. The brewer has a reservoir the keeps water hot and ready for brewing. When it is not re-heating water (after brewing) it has a "keep warm" heater that is low voltage and keeps it ready to go.
Listen to the unit after you make a pot of coffee. You will hear it start heating the water and then after the water heats up you will hear the unit shut down. If it is not shutting down and is continuing to run then yes you need a new thermostat.
it is very hard to get rid off ass the sediment comes from the tap water untill you boil the water you dont see this sediment and take it for granted that the water is clean but as soon as you put it in a electric kettle this sediment builds up on the element then it brakes off and floats around in the kettle most new kettles have a filter near the spout so when you pour the water out it traps it in the filter then this can be removed and cleaned but the sediment floating in the kettle is hard to get out you can clean the element and descale it and then just keep pouring water in and out of kettle till its all out but it will soon build up again there are two ways to stop sediment one is filter all the water before putting in kettle but this can be slow process so not worth doing or the best sollution is buy a kettle that has a filter by the spout of the kettle and clean this regularly hope this is some help to you............................................