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I recently purchased a house the house has a YORK air conditioning system. The thermostat controls both of course. I having problems trying to turn the heater ON. It seems that you have to setup a timer for the whole week. Can somebody please help me out. really cold over here.
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All you need to do is to press the up and down buttons to set the temperature. The temperature you set will stay until you change the temperature again. When programming a digital Honeywell thermostat, you have more options, and it allows you to program a temperature schedule for five days a week.
To change the temperature, touch the plus (+) or minus (-) button on either side of your thermostat. To change fan operation find the fan button in the right-hand corner of your thermostat, and press that button until you have found your desired setting.
The thermostat should be set to the lowest comfortable temperature, typically between 18°C and 21°C. You don`t need to turn your room thermostat up when it is colder outside; the house will heat up to the set temperature whatever the weather, however it may take a little longer on colder days.
Test The Honeywell Thermostat Settings

To try and solve the problem, turn on the heat setting and crank the temperature up to see if the system does anything. If it does power on, you`re in luck.

A clogged filter is probably the most common reason for this problem, so it`s a good place to start investigating. Take a look at your filter and, if it`s really dirty and clogged, it means there`s restricted airflow to your furnace. This may be keeping it from being able to create heat.
The fastest way to see your thermostat model number is to look for it on your thermostat ID card. If you do not have a product ID card, the fastest way to find the model number is by removing the thermostat from the wall-plate.
The next problem HVAC systems owners often encounter when the Honeywell thermostat says heat on but the heat is not coming is clogged filters and fan blades. Since they work with air, filters and blades regularly come into contact with dirt and dust, so it`s not surprising that they experience this issue.
In order to operate it properly, a thermostat should be installed on an interior wall away from any direct sunlight, drafts, doorways, skylights, and windows.
It works by sensing the air temperature, switching on the heating when the air temperature falls below the thermostat setting, and switching it off once this set temperature has been reached. Turning a room thermostat to a higher setting will not make the room heat up any faster.
Between 70 and 78 degrees Fahrenheit should be the perfect temperature range for a home. While you`re gone from home, adjust the thermostat by 8 degrees to enhance energy efficiency and cut your heating and cooling expenses.
What temperature should rooms be in winter? Ideally you should heat your home to a temperature of at least 18 °C.
Thermostat Operation

The smaller the difference between the indoor and outdoor temperatures, the lower your overall cooling bill will be. You can easily save energy in the winter by setting the thermostat to around 68°F to 70°F while you`re awake and setting it lower while you`re asleep or away from home.

FIVE WIRES

The wires are typically arranged as follows: red for 24-volt hot, white for heat, yellow for cooling, green for the fan, and blue for common (although the common wire may be a different color).

Keeping your thermostat in the AUTO position means less overall energy is being used—and that reduces your utility bills considerably. Not only that, your air filter will last longer than they will if you leave your fan running continuously—in other words, if you leave it in the “on” position.
AUTO is short for automatic. The fan only turns on when cooling or heating is required. If you are generally as comfortable in one room of your home as the next, you`ll want to use the AUTO setting.
The “heat” and “cool” settings on your thermostat are fairly self-explanatory. If your home is too warm, then you use the “cool” setting. If your home is too cool, then you use the “heat” setting. What you may not be aware of, though, is that you can turn both of these settings off and still run your system.
It`s most likely an incorrect thermostat setting if you find your furnace blowing warm air, not hot. The fan is set to “on” instead of “auto.” Furnaces only pump hot air until the thermostat setting is reached, so if your fan is always on, it will blow both hot air when the furnace is heating and cold when it`s not.
On average, a universally pleasant indoor temperature for when your family is home is approximately 20° to 22° Celsius.
For warmer times, set your thermostat at 78 °F during daytime. Set it to 86 °F if you leave the house. For cooler times, set your thermostat to 68 °F while you`re at home and awake. Lower it to 65 °F when you sleep.
Answer: 25° Celsius is equivalent to 77° Fahrenheit.
For warmer times, set your thermostat at 78 °F during daytime. Set it to 86 °F if you leave the house. For cooler times, set your thermostat to 68 °F while you`re at home and awake. Lower it to 65 °F when you sleep.
Test The Honeywell Thermostat Settings

To try and solve the problem, turn on the heat setting and crank the temperature up to see if the system does anything. If it does power on, you`re in luck.

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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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I have purchased three 750-watt power inverters in the last three weeks. They have all failed to work on the second or third use. The first two were the same brand. I replaced an old one that ran for several years. I am using it to run a 4.7 amp 120-volt vacuum cleaner motor that pumps up my air dock. I have it connected directly with marine cable to one of the boat batteries. The battery outputs about 12.8 volts DC. The fuses don?t blow, just No Output. I am using a three-wire 120-volt extension cord and am, wired neutral, hot and ground to the AC motor vial an on/off switch. The motor works fine when I run house power with an extension cord from the dock next to me. Could I be, just unlucky with new inverters and need to buy a forth one?
ANSWER : The problem may be that the inverter is undersized for the load. Is the 4.7 Amp rating the motor peak draw or the nominal one. What I mean is that it takes many times more power to start start the motor than when the motor is running. Typically it is 3 to 7 times more amps to start the motor than when it is running. It could be that starting the vacumm cleaner is stressing the inverter and it is causing it to fail prematurely. If you can find out the locked rotor current draw of the motor, the that would be the mininum size of the inverter.

Also, the type of inverter will make a difference on how the motor operates. A modified sine wave will make the motor run hotter than a pure sine wave inverter. Hope this helps.

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I bought the Knoxx adjustable stock for my mossberg 500. The forend that comes with it is realy nice and Ide like to use it, but the end nut will not reach the threads. Do i need to buy a new adapter nut that is longer to secure my forend ? I saw one for sale by houge but wasnt sure if that would work on the knoxx forend ?? I realy like the forend sent by knoxx, would be a shame not to use it. What a waste to give that nice piece away and not give the adapter to use it ?? Thanks Noel
ANSWER : That forearm is designed for the 7 5/8″ slide action tube. I’m guessing yours is the 6 1/2″ slide action tube. Take the forearm off your tube and measure it with a ruler. From the very back edge of the action bar collar….that round part the bars are pinned to….all the way to the front edge of the threads. If yours is a 6 1/2″, the Hogue adapter won’t work. You’ll need to buy a new slide action tube. That Hogue adapter is meant to let you use the Hogue rubber coated forearm on your standard sized tube….the Hogue rubber forearm is a hair longer than the standard tube. It won’t give you the length to make up the entire shorter tube length. If you’re handy with a dremel, you could go adapter plus a bit of careful cutting but I won’t suggest you do it if you aren’t certain of your skills.

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XD Picture Card
ANSWER : It does say 128 in the manual, but I would assume that is because that was the largest available at the time of print.
As long as the card is XD, the storage capacity should not matter.

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Hiya I have a fujifilm e-900 I have used the camera less than 20 times. The last time I used it I had no problems at all. I had left it sitting in it’s case for 6 months. Now when I try and us it I get the hand with lightning bolt on the lcd. Which I assume means the battery encasement is open. It isn’t open. The camera turns on no problem then when I try and use any function it shuts down. How do I fix this?
ANSWER : The hand with the lightning bolt icon usually means the camera is telling you that there is not enough light and you need to pop the flash up before you take a picture.
If you haven’t used the camera for a while have you tried fresh batteries or charged the 2 re chargeable AA’s that came with the camera?

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I have the Intex Sand/Pump pool filter Model SF 20110. It’s been running real great for the last 4 months. However recently it has been tripping the internal overloads and I have found the pump motor to be very hot when I put my hand against it. I have tried several different solutions, such as a level ground platform that was clear of any obstructions, made sure that the motor vents under the motor was clear of anything that would prevent air flow. I used a non electrical type of lubricate on the impeller. When I would turn on the pump the rotor would not turn but only would hum very loudly and then slowly begin to turn. I also noticed that the motor’s rotor shaft would not turn to freely due the tightness around the rotor’s shaft. After using the lubricate the shaft would turn a little easier. I used an amp meter on the incoming voltage line and the motor would run at 4.5 amp. And yet it still overheated and tripped the motor overloads. I can only think that the motor is still not getting enough ventilation. I have check and cleared all the incoming lines and found nothing block the pumps input or output lines. Any suggestion?
ANSWER : I just looking into this issue my self. The pump cools itself by a internal fan, which is run by the motor. Well I took the housing cover off to find out all the fan blades have broken off and were setting in the base of the pump. Once you remove the fan blades from covering the air intake, it might be fine. I will find out my self once summer gets here.

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We have a NordicTrack EXP 1000X. We purchased it new, but did not use it very much. We started using it again and now at different times (ie, 15 min, 1 min etc) it will come to a complete stop. It almost throws you off. Once you step off it starts moving again until you put your weight back on it, where it will once again stop. There have been times where you can feel the speed fluctuate, but the digital numbers do not change. We really hope you can help!
ANSWER : Hi,BELT LOSES POWER
(Bogs Down or is Sluggish)

This condition is when the treadmill operates normally
without a person on the belt and then slows down when someone steps on
the belt or when the treadmill operates normally for a given period of
time
with someone on the belt then abruptly begins to slow down.
There are four typical causes for this problem (listed in
order of our experience:
1) The walking belt and/or deck are worn. (85% of the time)

2) The walking belt and/or motor belt are too tight- if you
have adjusted either recently. (8% of the time)
3) The motor has lost torque and needs brushes or has
demagnetized. (5% of the time)

4) The controller is dropping output. (2% of the time)
Walking Belt is Worn:
The only certain way to test for a worn walking belt is to
take a DC amp draw (if you have a DC treadmill) or an AC draw (for AC).
Trying to look at the belt or a feel test is highly unreliable. Better
tests, if you lack a DC ammeter (they are expensive for a good one), are
a coast test or an incline test. To test the deck, go back to the
Troubleshooting section and download the belt and deck inspections
instructions.
The coast test is to get on the treadmill as the lowest
incline setting and walk on the treadmill at 3 MPH. Pull the safety key
and it should take you 2-3 full steps to stop (this is a general
rule…some like a few Tunturi models stop on a dime even with a healthy
belt but most this tests works well upon). Fewer steps indicate high
friction.
The incline test is to put the treadmill at max incline and
walk on it at 3 MPH. If the treadmill operates normally at max incline
but bogs down at minimum incline, replace the walking belt. Gravity
takes over for the drive system eliminating the friction problem. On
some heavily worn walking belts, this test will not eliminate the
problem.
Walking Belt/Motor Belt too Tight:
If you have adjusted the walking belt or motor belt recently,
check for this problem. When the belts start slipping, some people just
crank down the belts and on treadmills, tighter is not necessarily
better. The tighter the belts, the more the drive system has to work to
keep everything moving. You should be able to lift the walking belt
(with the treadmill unplugged) in the center of the treadmill about 3”
without straining. Tighter belts should be loosen but make sure you
don’t create a dangerous slipping situation by loosening.
The motor belt (with the treadmill unplugged) should be able
to be turned by hand to almost a 90 degree angle from its normal
operating position. Loosen the belt if too tight. Make sure to test for
slipping
and if it does with the proper tension, replace the motor
belt.
Needs Brushes / Demagnetized Motor:
Typically when we find a motor that has lost torque; it needs
a new set of motor brushes. Typically we can make brushes for almost
any motor if we don’t already stock them. Motor demagnetization is not
that common but it does happen and it is normally easy to diagnose. If
you have confirmed the belt and/or deck is not worn and the belts aren’t
too tight, you can test for a motor torque problem.
DO NOT USE YOUR HAND OR ANY OTHER BODY PART TO IMPEDE THE
MOTOR…YOU WILL LIKELY LOSE YOUR BODY PART IN THE PROCESS IF THE MOTOR IS
GOOD.
The step to test for the motor is to use a foreign object
preferably on a long shaft. First determine the direction of the motor
spin (most have directional movement printed on the motor tag), then
apply pressure with an object with downward pressure on the flywheel in
the direction the flywheel is turning (do not attempt to put force
against the rotating direction of the flywheel as you can easily injure
yourself). If you can slow the motor, typically you need brush
replacement.
To test for demagnetization, the motor must be disassembled.
Once you have the motor retaining bolts removed, remove the motor core
by sliding it out of the end of the housing. If the magnets pull the
core
against the housing and it is difficult to remove, the magnets
are good. If the magnets do not attract the core, the motor has to be
replaced.
Controller:
This is the most uncommon of the causes. Typically replacing a
controller in this situation will not solve the underlying problem and
then you will end up replacing a belt as well as a control. Normally if a

control is dropping output, it will do it with a person on the
belt or not. Tests of DC output dropping is normal in many controls
since they have a current limiter which will automatically drop output
to prevent burning up the board. This is best diagnosed by eliminating
the other possible problems first. If you are left with the control as
the cause,
replace the control. Let me know,if needed further assistance.Hope i helped you.Thanks for using ‘ Fixya ‘ and have a nice day!!

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