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How do you insert the copper coil in a new in-line heater GPH002? A copper coil fell out of the box. I want to know if there is a right or wrong way to insert the coil and it's purpose?

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Whats a clixon


Actually Klixon - that's a name brand but it's used as a generic term for a disc shaped temperature sensor that mounts to the copper line on the inside coil. There are sometimes 2 of them on a freezer. One will be used to end defrost and delay the indoor fans when it goes back into freeze so that they don't blow warm air into the box. The other will just be inline with the defrost heater to kill power to the heater as a failsafe.

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80 gallon tank what is the voltage and how do i hook electric wires to it


Most Larger water heaters are 220 volt ac single phase. This means you need 3 wires, two hot wires one neutral or ground. You will need to come from the breaker box off of a dual breaker of 30 amps or better. See the manual with the new heater. In your breaker box you have two sides or in coming service. The right side and the left each side is hot 110volts ac. you need to pull one leg (hot) from each side into the dual breaker out to the heater connections. The ground or neutral wire is un-insulated copper. Run these wires out to the heater. One black hot at 110 vac, one white hot at 110 vac and one plain copper ground.

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Will like to know where my heater coil is


You mean heater core...
It's located between your fire wall and the glove box door. The feed and return lines are usually visable under the hood in front of the right side front passenger. (In front of the glove box door)

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Eljer in line heater came with a small copper coil but no instructions as to where it goes or how to install.


that small copper wire is a ground wire that goes from the lug on the heater to a water pipe. attach that wire to the pipe to ground your heater.

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Pilot light and heater will not stay lit


If the pilot light won't remain lit after you release pilot button you will need to replace the thermocouple. If you do not know how to do this it is generally a fairly easy job. First locate lines going from gas valve into burner compartment. There should be three, one to pilot light one to main burner and one to thermocouple. The thermocouple line is usually copper color and mounts directly in front of the pilot light. They usually slip into a friction fit holder so you disconnect line from gas valve and pull gently on line to remove. Measure length and get a new thermocouple at most hardware stores. If you can reuse the old holder then install thermocouple by inserting it into holder and seating it as far forwards as it will go. If you damage holder on removal there should be a new one with new thermocouple. Try to center thermocouple in pilot flame. Reconnect to gas valve and light according to instructions. I hope this helps you. Thanks

Nov 24, 2010 | Williams 2509612 Ceramic Mid-Size Heater

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The fridge is leaking inside. I guess the condensation line os clogged since the pan below has been dry for a long time. I do not know how to unclog the condensation line. Thanks Alfonos Socarras


Remove the food and the ice maker from the freezer ( if equiped ) . Remove the rear freezer panel . Using a hair dryer , start in the middle , below the coils , defrosting , until you see the drain hole . Use hot water to help defrost the hole . Once water starts going thru the hole , use a small hose inserted into the hole , and blow thru , to remove any unseen debris in the drain line . Use an ALUMINUM or COPPER solid wire , 14-16 guage , with the insulation completely off , and insert one end into the drain hole as far as possible without any force . Wrap the other end about 1 1/2 to 2 turns , around the black rod (defrost heater) , above the hole . When refrig goes into defrost , the heat will transfer from the heater , to the wire , keeping the hole from freezing up again

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Takes a long time to heat water. Brand new Ge 50 gallon water heater. Once heated it right temp,just a long time to heat it and then won't maintain hot water. Is gas line to small? 3/8 copper line. Thanks


If you are using a 3/8" copper line for your gas, get it replaced ASAP. It will fail. 1/2" Black Iron is required with natural gas. 50 gallons is a lot of water to heat. Look on the heater label for the recovery rate.

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I made a big boo boo


FYI . This is not a do it yourself repair (brazing line, adding charging valve and new filter drier, evacuating system, charging system with new refrigerant) and the repair would most likely cost more than a new window air conditioner. Please don't bother rating this.

Oct 03, 2008 | Premier Heating & Cooling

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Subzero 550 coils


I had same problem very recently.  The problem with both the refrigerator and freezer on the 550 is that the drain line that takes condensation and water from the defrost cycle to the drain pan freezes up. Sub Zero parts suppliers will sell you a fix-it kit which I used for the refrigerator.  The kit is simply a heater wire that you plug into one of the existing circuits and runs down the length of the drain pipe to keep it from freezing up.  When my freezer started doing the same thing I ordered the kit for the freezer but the wire was too fat for the drain pipe so a Sub Zero rep gave me a better and more elegant solution.  You need a length of bare 12 guage copper wire, about 24 inches.  Run it through the drain pipe with about 6 inches exposed at each end.  On the underside of the fridge, wrap the end of the copper wire a few times around the black heater coil that you will see running back and forth.  At the upper end, wrap the copper wire around the black heater coil that defrosts the freezer coil.  The heat generated by the two coil will simply conduct heat through the copper wire and keep your drain line from freezing up.  There is a 90 degree bend in the drain line which makes it difficult to feed the copper wire through.  I suggest using guitar string or picture hanging wire as a snake.  Feed that through first, then us it to pull the copper wire through.  Good Luck!

Aug 10, 2008 | Sub-Zero Bottom Freezer Refrigerator

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