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|01-04-2015 09:43 AM|
|komondor||no it is a powered one so just a big square cut into the hot air side of the duct about 14" square, not the bypass type I am used to.|
|01-04-2015 07:03 AM|
|01-03-2015 05:08 PM|
|komondor||with the cover off the air coming from the furnace blows the water back, I think I need to jump the relay so it will open without the furnace running so I can see how it drips I get the feeling someone messed with the little pinhole disc that is supposed to limit the amount of water.|
|01-03-2015 02:15 PM|
have you watched it with the cover off?
|12-29-2014 08:30 AM|
Carrier Powered Humidifier leaking
I am helping a cousin out she purchased a townhome 3 years ago and never even looked at the humidifier, it was turned off, trying to get it working was not easy, the copper pipe from the saddle valve was clogged, the rubber gasket was plugged, the copper water line I could barely blow thru. At some point the copper tubing was run from the cold side of the water heater and someone moved it to the hot side but the copper was stretched pretty tight.
I cleaned up the copper pipe and gasket replaced the copper tubing with new tubing and turned on the humidifier.
It leaked after running for a minute or so, checked to make sure the valve was not pouring water out and it seemed to be working OK, I made sure the bottom of the pad tray was lined up with the drain and it was. The only thing I can come up with is that the furnace is blowing so hard that when everything is closed the water is being blown out of the top and filling up the bottom until it leaks? There is no easy way to test this was when I take the back of it lets the air out and it is pretty bad.
Any other suggestions as to why it should leak, just how much should the valve drip?
This is the humidifier
|12-04-2014 06:12 PM|
Another suggestion is to remove the products near the ice maker and use a hair dryer on low heat near the line (you need to be careful with the heat and melting the plastic). Don't concentrate the heat in one location.
|12-04-2014 06:10 PM|
If heat is minimal, try to use ridged duct on the outside near the critters.
|12-04-2014 06:04 PM|
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|10-14-2014 11:59 PM|
|10-14-2014 12:59 PM|
And on that topic...
The icemaker in our Kenmore 253 stopped making ice. It rotates, but there is no water being supplied to the reservoir. The door water dispenser works fine.
I am thinking either the supply line is frozen, or the solenoid/valve is bad. How can I go about checking those suspicions? Any way to defrost that line without losing all the frozen stuff that's currently in there?
|10-07-2014 06:38 PM|
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|10-07-2014 02:36 PM|
Also what model refrigerator?
|10-07-2014 11:30 AM|
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