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Download the BILT app and search for your faucet model. The icon is turquoise with a white nut ( as in nut and bolt).
It will show you step by step nearly everything under the sun. Hope that helps a bit.

American... | Answered on Nov 09, 2019

No, sorry but if it used to work it is unlikely to fail so soon. Check the hot water supply first.

American... | Answered on Sep 29, 2019

sometimes theres caps on top pop the cap and tighten the screws and sometimes there are nut or wing nuts on the bottom...simple enough for you?

American... | Answered on Sep 06, 2019

I need 300 2go credit in my 2go account

American... | Answered on Jul 23, 2019

Depends how old your toilet is, it may be a calcium build up problem on your little inlet pipe inside your tank, but first check your water shut off valve on left side of your toilet near the wall....It may not be open all the way OR the valve has an issue...

American... | Answered on Jul 12, 2019

Hey, One thing is that maybe there might be some loose plastic shavings in the fill line. From the Factory? or maybe was inside the water line going to the toilet when you connected the line to toilet. Shut off the water and get some towels and something to catch the water and disconnect it from the toilet and use bowl or what ever to catch the water and slowly turn it on and see if anything comes out. Maybe if it is in the line inside the toilet it might fall out by lightly tapping on the fill line inside the toilet to help it fall out. Just a thought when you said it "Sings" that sounds like trash inside the line going to the filler tube and bowl, hey try it who knows it might work. Okay

American... | Answered on Jul 12, 2019

High and low voltage AT the motor with no motor function is a bad motor. Should have 12 to 13 volts DC on r+ and r- (I believe are the correct terminals) You must test this when the machine is trying to run. Yes, it's dangerous, hire a licensed contractor!!

American... | Answered on Jun 21, 2019

check voltage to unit if ok check ignitor

American... | Answered on May 23, 2019


First, carefully remove your tank lid, and place it where it won't break or fall. Look for a four-digit number located on the back of the tank, near the water level mark. This is your tank model number. If the number starts with a two, it is a one-piece toilet.

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Good Luck!

American... | Answered on May 06, 2019

low pressure cut out. refrigerant leak

American... | Answered on Mar 26, 2019

american standard error of 156... on a car? If PO0156, thats an ODB2 sensor... possibly the second O2 sensor on your emission system. You can reset the code and see if within 100 miles it lights back up... Likely it will. You may have a burned out catalytic converter... or a bad O2 sensor... or a blown head gasket, or many other things. If that is the ONLY code I would go forward with the O2 sensor. Look it up on ebay, year, make and model of car. Typically if one o2 goes, the other will follow. It is symptomatic of the cat going out though. How many miles on the car? More than 150,000? Likely its the catalytic converter. They are a consumable in your car. It will affect your mileage significantly while the code is on, and typically if it is the o2 sensor itself that has gone bad ( between 30 and 100$ per) and the cat is ok, if you don't fix the o2 sensor, the cat will burn up (cost between 200 and 700, and a bunch to swap out) Get it checked out, you're looking at more bucks the longer you wait

American... | Answered on Feb 24, 2019

are you running a schedule? try the permanent hold!!

American... | Answered on Feb 15, 2019

Google tcont800 installation manual. option530 should be 0 not 1. Press system button, 2 and 4 square hold until screen changes, option 530 --0

American... | Answered on Jan 17, 2019

Could be a number of things:
Could be as simple as having bad batteries in your thermostat “ if applicable” some thermostats do not have batteries.

Could have a programming error “ this could happen from a power surge or outage. In this case the thermostat would need to be reprogrammed.
Could have a bad thermostat.

Could have a short on the heat pump itself.

Could possibly be none of the above, though I would trouble shoot in this order.

After checking batteries and programming I would suggest contacting a trained HVAC technician to further diagnose the issue.

American... | Answered on Jan 06, 2019

Your question makes no sense. You dont have a heat pump with ONLY emergency heat. Is it working or not???

American... | Answered on Jan 02, 2019

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