Question about Dryers
Vent axia SOLO PLUS SELV T fan has a timer that should have a 2 minute delay before starting the fan.
Mine however takes around 3 minutes for the fan to start after turning the light on. I wonder if there is any modification or adjustment that can be made to reduce the delayed start time to around 90 secs or make it simply start as soon as the light is turned on
There is usually two pre sets; one for time delay before turning on and one for how long it runs for. Have a look
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Try lubing the fan with a penetrating oil like WD-40 or PB Blaster first before using regular oil.
Also setting the fan on it's front and back for a while to allow the penetrating oil to get into the bearing will help..once the motor is working freely then use a light motor oil to permanently lube the motor, also setting it on it's front and back for a few hours at a time to allow the oil to run into the bearing.
Posted on May 17, 2011
SOURCE: prolonged washer cycle time
Hi! I'm not familiar with this model, but it sounds to me like there is not a problem! If you set the delay time to 0H, switch off the unit at the main switch, then switch back on. If there is still a 2H displayed, it means that the PROGRAM that you have selected will take 2hours! This is fairly common for the Bosch units on the 50 - 65degC cycles...some models have a "reduced washing time" button - it looks similar to the "delay" symbol, but once pressed, it reduces the washing time by almost half (cuts on rinse cycles) If your model does not have a reduced time button, select a shorter cycle (35/40/50eco), and see if the time is less. Remember that the latest dishwashers are engineered to be more energy efficient and water wise, so they had to lengthen the wash cycles in order to get good wash results! Hope this helps! C.
Posted on Jun 25, 2007
SOURCE: 1800 XL JVM1860BD - won't work
It sounds like your controller may be failing. Or it could be an electrical line problem. Any other electrical itmes giving you trouble? Has anyone measured the voltage level of your power line? It should be around 110-125 volts AC. If it's significantly lower or higher, you may have a bad connection in your breaker panel or in the wiring leading to the home.
Posted on Sep 28, 2007
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Your problem is: The red light for the three minute delay is staying on and you can't get a cycle to start
First try to reset the d/w. Turn off the power at the circuit breakers for ten minutes. This useually solves the problem. If not, you're likely looking at a bad control board.
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Posted on Sep 28, 2008
make sure that the program is not on the "Intermittent Agitate Program". that would be the cause of the delay.
the other issue would be the timer itself. the timer is mechanical, so once the contact on it is corroded, it will only function intermitently or not at all.
please let me know if i can be of more help.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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