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On the F-14, the booster thermostat must be satisfied. The rinse thermostat must work properly and or the rinse heater. follow the diagram. This kind of troubleshooting is done by qualified technician. Remember to unplug the unit before opening the panels. It could be just a burnt wire on the rinse booster heater connection.
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Im replacing the electrical cord on a 1500 watt 12.5 amp 120VAC,60Hz heater.Is 14 guage sufficiant?


14 gauge will be enough provided your breaker is a 15 amp. If 20 amp I recommend 12 gauge wire.

If you need further help, reach me via phone at https://www.6ya.com/expert/thomas_092728000e6acb79

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Aube Technologies should be able to supply wiring information.

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Where is the reset button on an Amana ASZ14 unit?


I don't think the Amana ASZ14 Heat Pump has a reset switch, but you can still reset it by resetting the power (when it's not running... turn your thermostat OFF first).

To reset the power, locate your circuit breaker box. There should be a double-breaker for the Heat Pump and another double-breaker for the Air Handler. Turn them both off for at least 2-3 minutes. Then flip them back on and turn your thermostat back ON.

You're thermostat may also have a RESET button that you can push. I have to reset mine every time I change the batteries in it.

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Heat Pump Troubleshooting & Repair:
http://www.hometips.com/repair-fix/heat-pump.html
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Amana ASZ14 web page:
http://www.amana-hac.com/products/heat-pumps/14-seer-asz14
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Amana ASZ (and ASX) Service Instructions (66-page PDF):
http://www.acdirect.com/media/catalog/files/RS6200006.PDF

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If you need to reset a heat fault. Press # * C * and the machine will enter diagnostic mode. Enter the number 14 , like you were making 14 copies. Press 1 and then start, Some machines will reset just pressing 14 and then start. But 14 is the number used to clear fuser heat faults

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I have a Rudd Achiever 14 and I want to know if


Take the front panel off the air handler and look for a heat element. You should notice controls and relays with larger wiring to it. It may not have any heat but you can add it.

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1.make sure coolant level is ok, low level will cause a no heat condition.2. If engine is not warming up properly (running at the cold side of temp gauge), you may have a thermostat that's stuck open, not allowing the engine to reach operating temp-result, no heat.3. If you can hear the fan blowing for the heat-a/c, but not feel it blowing at the vents, your 'blender door' (opens and closes to allow heat-a/c to enter the cabin) may be stuck closed. I had a Jeep (4L engine, but older than yours) which had a valve in the heater hose line that once froze up (stuck closed) and resulted in a no heat situation. If the heater treater is something you add to the radiator, I wouldn't waste the $ to use it, as it probably won't help this problem. Your codes: I could find no code 54, #14 is 'B' camshaft position sensor -timing over advanced, or system performance bank 1.

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If heat element is faulty, the part can be purchased at Sears/Kenmore Parts Center and swapped out ($45.00).

Provide your dryer model number and ask for the needed parts.

Unplug your dryer first before attempting any service work. Safety first and always!

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