Getting an error code on
Hi well i wasn't able to find much info on this unit, and that error code, I haven't come across before, so what I suggest is that you contact the manufacturer direct, link above, and ask them either for advice or for a service manual, so that you can troubleshoot things yourself, or if you do not wish to do that entirely, then, ask there also for a referral to a local authorised service center.
I also believe that there is FREE tech support, so one may as well avail oneself of this, in any event?
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The jets will not come
Kindly provide few more details :-
1. Does the pump make any sound?
2. Have you tried to clean the jets?
3. How old the unit is?
Let me know,so that we could proceed.
Thanks and Regards
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Water dripping out of external pipe from ideal
Do you find that the boiler water pressure drops over time?
Then replace the pressure relief valve. You'll find it in the lower part of the boiler connected to that external pipe.
Close off the water pipes to & from the boiler and then replace
On some you can dismantle the valve and clean the scale from the inside and it works again - but not always 100%
It's either this or the fill tap/valve is not turned off fully
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Waterheater barely heating
If it is old, it may have sediment build up at the bottom. This can be drained. The heater element may have burned out also. We would need more information as to the age, model, etc. in order to provide any more information. Good luck!
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Refrigerator cooling but not real cold, freezer freezes ice but
***UNPLUG THE UNIT***
Take the cover off the back where the tubes go from the compressor into the freezer. If you can see into the freezer AT ALL, you have a mouse issue. Plug this hole with expanding foam. If you're getting room air into the freezer and your door seals aren't coming apart, it's usually from the rear. Make sure to melt all ice that formed in the bottom of the freezer before you plug it back in.
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The issue turned out to be simple. I managed to trace the electrical wire back to the fuse box. Pressing the TEST button on the GFI breaker did not trip the breaker, so I suspected the breaker itself was bad. I checked for current: none. I then replaced the breaker and everything works.
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