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It’s your water flow sensor! The gray thing inside the unit connected to the chrome inlet line. Take it apart and clean it so the propeller spins again. I had the same problem and cleaned the sensor and it works great! Good luck.

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The flame will go out if the tube is clogged with dirt or debris. Sometimes, the tube might be partially clogged and supplying very little gas for combustion- No wonder your pilot light keeps going out. The Solution: Thorough cleaning should do the trick. Use a slender needle to gently unclog the tube.
If the gas burner does not go on, the thermostat might be set to low, or a water temperature is higher than the set temperature on the thermostat. Increase the temperature, open the hot water faucet, and wait for a few minutes to see if the gas burner ignites.
If the pilot lights but the flame goes out as soon as you release the button after holding it for 60 seconds, then the thermocouple is bad. It`s possible to replace the thermocouple without removing the burner assembly, and many repair people do this.
The most common reason for central heating working but no hot water is because of a broken diverter valve. It connects your boiler and hot water tank. It`s also one of those mysterious plumbing problems that are easy to fix but often difficult to locate without knowledge of how these valves work.
If the pilot flame ignites but goes out after you release the gas control knob, the cause may be a dirty or defective thermocouple. If the gas is on but the flame will not ignite at all, a pilot tube obstruction is the most likely issue.
Typically a residential hot water heater lasts between 6 and 13 years. Beyond 12 years, you are on borrowed time!
A faulty, misaligned, dirty, or damaged thermocouple is often the culprit behind your pilot light going out. The thermocouple is an automatic safety shutoff device that prevents the gas valve from opening if the pilot light is out.
A working thermocouple will give a reading of between 25 and 30 millimeters. If the reading is less than 25 millimeters, it should be replaced.
Typically a residential hot water heater lasts between 6 and 13 years. Beyond 12 years, you are on borrowed time!

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Hi, my tiger river spa does not heat. Filters are clean, jets work, no light installed. On ciruit board, green light for “Lim” , red light for heat, no other lights. Just bought house one month ago, no manuals.
Spa is a Bengal. Have noticed a symbol (can’t tell what it is) on the screen then most of screen goes blank with just the power light on. Is there a vacation mode or something like that?
Thanks for your help.
ANSWER : Spa’s are such that so many components can become faulty when left unattended to over a period of time. But most likely what your unit needs is just a regular service to clean up its systems and also ensure there are no leakages in the pipes. Bengal is a wonderful and durable product.The problem could range from low power supply to wires being eaten up by rats and other pests. Also it could be burnt out heaters thereby the inability to produce heat. The indicator on the screen could mean various things but the screen going blank usually would be caused by poor power supply.If you dont have the technical know how refer an expert to check it out and ensure the exact problem of the above mentioned is wrong with it before repairs can be carried out.Hope this solution has been helpful?

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My bike won’t start after jump starting it, putting in gear it went dead & now the neutral light won’t shine.
& won’t start
ANSWER : Sounds like you fridge seilanoid try jump in across it with a screwdriver

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I have Detroit 60 series installed on a launch. Recently the Starboard unit suffers a catastrophic failure and piston No2 came out of the block, making a big hole. This engines are using heat exchangers, and sea water cooled Charge Air Coolers and sea water self priming raw water pump. We contact the local dealer an the veredict was a “Massive salt water ingestion” that caused an Hydraulic lock and damaged cyls 6 and 2. They say that the water came from the deck covers, but there is no way for that to happen, I think they dont want to honor any warranty, because we suspect that the water came from the Charge Air Cooler. I want to know if the CAC can cause that type of failures and if anyone had a similar problem. The engine cost is about 66K and only had 2300 hours.
ANSWER : I would have to say that a sleeve got pitted or lost an oring or the CAC sprung a leak. I believe you are correct in your assumption that the water did not enter the unit in the manner they are saying. The only real way to tell is a complete tear down and someone is going to have to pay. They are also a high maintenance item and someone is going to say that the preventive maintenance was not done.

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Heat pump wiring
ANSWER : Yes i can , you need to hookup the r and the o together so that the reversing vvalvce is allways energized . so with that im mind send r,y,c,o to theout side unit. at the ahu you’ll hook up the 5 wires for the furnace, r g w1 w2 com and at the thermostat r,w1,w2,y,g,com,o then you will be set (the o get hooked up to o and goes straight out side.

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My MSR Pocket Rocket will no longer light. Prior to the complete malfunction, the flame started to become much weaker, and then finally, the burner just would not light. I’ve removed the rubber o-ring on the bottom, uncovering a small hole, but am unsure as to whether this would have anything to do with gas delivery to the burner area. My guess is that there is some sort of buildup that is plugging the passageway through which gas would stream, preventing me from being able to light the burner, but am unable to locate an issue, since it appears I cannot disassemble the unit.
Do you have any suggestions?
Thank you,
Scott
ANSWER : Hi, chances are the jet is clogged – I’ve experienced this myself on the same stove.

I would leave the rubber o ring alone, the chances of the hole there being blocked are slim, it is more likely to be the outlet jet you can see throught the holes on the riser tube under the burner head.
This tube can be unscrewed – you may need to put something through like a pen for leverage. Once you have done this you can remove the tube and you will see the tiny jet in the top of the brass nut on the knurled base of the stove. Then its simply a matter of finding a thin enough wire or pricker to prod araound in the jet. I have a fine wire brush that works well, although I have only had to do it once in several years.
Put it all back together and you should be back to full power – the whole job takes two minutes tops.
The other thing I did was screw the riser tube back hand tight only – this means I can dismantle and clear the jet when camping if required. It doesnt affect performance or safety. I put a strand of the wire in a blob of blu tak in the plastic case the stove comes with – job done! Hope this helps.

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Trying to install a new fluro light, pull out old light to find 3 reds and 3 blacks 1 copper earth. What do I do to connect it up the right way??? When I pulled the old Fluro light out the 3 Reds were joined together with a connector ,two blacks were joined to one end of light wire, the other to the other end of the light wire,earth wire to the light case,the third black wire was connected to the wire from the ballast? Does this all make sense
ANSWER : No, this does not make sense but I have seen strange wiring before. There is power going from the light someplace else. Just connect it back up exactly as the old light was connected. It worked before so it will work again. If it works it is wired correctly. Without being there to check which wire was the hot wire and which was neutral it is impossible for me to say what is what. Make sure you connect the ground wire to the light chassis.

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Burner lights and goes out – won’t heat water.
ANSWER : It’s your water flow sensor! The gray thing inside the unit connected to the chrome inlet line. Take it apart and clean it so the propeller spins again. I had the same problem and cleaned the sensor and it works great! Good luck.

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