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Why the the temperature get too high

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The F-22 wash tank heater is controlled by a thermostat that opens or close a relay located in the control panel on the right. the thermostat is located inside the machine next to the wash tank. the thermostat is fixed position and can not be adjusted. the temperature should be 170F max. The thermostat has a bulb attached by a wire. this wire is actually a tube and the bulb is filled with an oil that expends when heated. the bulb is inserted in a cavity in from of the wash tank. You can access this by removing the front panel. If the bulb is not in the cavity, it will produce alot of heat. if the "wire" is broken or just simply the thermostat has become defective than it should be replaced. Search by part number or description

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Air to water heat pipe heat exchanger is mainly to heat water using the hot air from heat recovery, it can be used for domestic water, water for boilers or production process. The exchanger is constructed using a partition in the middle to separate the exchanger, both sides are independently sealed. A single heat pipe can be replaced. While working the hot air flows from one side to the other side, the heat pipe absorbs heat. Meanwhile, cold water flows from the reverse side, the heat pipe releases heat, thus heating the cold water from the reverse side. The outlet temperature is not lower than dew temperature.
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