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Your problem could be or probably is with the regulator…not enough gaspressure…Propane, LP, or Natural Gas Regulator Problems
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Check that the hose attachment is properly connected to the propane tank, and double-check that the screw-on valve is tightened. Some propane tanks have safety features that won`t allow gas to escape from the canister unless the hose connection is tightly secured with the gas release mechanism.
The bleeder valve is a screw underneath the main valve and helps remove any excess propane from your tank. Put on gloves to protect yourself from any liquid propane if there is any. Turn the screw counterclockwise with a screwdriver to open the bleeder valve.
Ball valves control the flow of propane from the supply tank through the piping. A ball valve is open when the valve handle is parallel with the piping.
The gas lines that run from the propane tank to the grill can be cleaned using a piece of thin but sturdy wire. To clean the gas lines effectively, you will want to try to find a piece of wire that is longer than the lines are. This will allow you to push the wire straight through without having to pull it back.
Yes, propane gas lines can become blocked, just like natural gas lines.
A propane hose can get clogged by debris or organic materials. So it is possible that is why you are not getting any gas through the line. It also could be a faulty regulator, valve, empty tank or a leak somewhere.
It`s doing what it`s supposed to do, which is slowly release the pressure that the propane builds up as it expands. You can help relieve some of the pressure inside your propane tank by spraying the tank surface with cool water from a garden hose.
Gas enters the regulator`s chamber, putting pressure on the diaphragm. The diaphragm then moves upward as controlled by the set spring. This allows a specific flow of fuel from the source to the appliance or device. Adjusting the control knob determines the rate of flow and the pressure.
There are three main components that control gas flow: the pressure regulator, the flow meter, and the proportional valve. The pressure regulator is responsible for maintaining a constant pressure in the system. The pressure regulator is typically located at the point where gas enters the machine.
Gas may not come out of a tank for several reasons: The valve may be turned on all the way. Improper connection. Faulty regulator.
Gas won`t flow through misaligned burner tubes, so check and adjust burner tube alignment with the gas valves. Clogs in the burner tubes can also inhibit gas flow through the tubes. Clean clogs such as spider webs and spills from the burner tubes to restore gas flow through the tubes.
If you hear a knocking sound as if something is bumping around inside your tank, there is likely an imbalance of air and gas inside. Another indicator of this is the flame. You should see a blue flame with a yellow tip. If you see a yellow or white flame, you have a problem.
Gas won`t flow through misaligned burner tubes, so check and adjust burner tube alignment with the gas valves. Clogs in the burner tubes can also inhibit gas flow through the tubes. Clean clogs such as spider webs and spills from the burner tubes to restore gas flow through the tubes.

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Hello, i think i figured out what it was, after breaking down the valve again i was looking at the rubber that is around the valves and i was thinking at first this wasnt an extra part, but come to find out after many hours of researching online it is an peice that comes off but its just glued on, its a (Spider) gasket. So do u think if nothing is wrong with the valve itself that if the spider gasket is wearing away and starting to get britle that it will let the debris i vacuum up come back in the pool and let the backwash valve leak when its on the filter position? I cant thank u enough for helping me. You sure have lead me in the right direction and saved me alot of money. Otherwise i would of probably gave up and bought another one….thanks and let me know if u think that the buying a spider gasket will solve my problems
ANSWER : The spider gasket that you refer to is what seals the chambers from each other. Leaking here can have a large impact on how well the valve is able to do its job. But, I don’t remember seeing one in the parts diagram. If you are able to obtain one, then by all means, replace it if you can. As I said earlier, you are essentially rebuilding the valve assembly. If something looks worn, now is the time to repair / replace it during reassembly. I also have a suggestion for you as well. Take good pictures, document everything that you do when you disassemble and reassemble the valve. Then write up a tip (gotta become an expert) for others to read through and be able to service their own equipment. I was surprised to see that there were as many other questions asked about the same filter that you have. Highly recommend that you do this. As many times as you have taken this apart and put it back together, you are fast becoming an authority on it!Glad to see that you are sticking it through, and not throwing in the towel. After all is said and done, you will have a working knowledge of how your filter works, and be able to identify issues in the future before they become a problem. Congratulations!

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2011 ninja 1000 fuel pump not coming on
first cycle of the key, but injectors come on.

Engine killed when i hit a bump and let out clutch.
I restarted it and let out clutch and it killed again.
I parked the bike on the stand and let it sit for an hour, then i restarted it and the bike started up, when i gave it gas it backed fire.
Do you think it could be the fuel pump or relay? The shop thinks it could be the kick stand switch, but even acts up on neutral and the gas pump doesn’t come on first cycle of key when cold. Only injectors come on.

ANSWER : I would agree with the shop, as far as check the simply things first.while trouble shooting you want to start with the easy things, if you jump right into the pricey things and that is not it you have spent money and time and still have the problem. If you have a multimeter it will make this pretty easy. put your meter on the ohm setting and open and close the switch ( sidestand, clutch, ect.) if one of your safety swtich is not working right it will make your bike act up. start with that and if they are all working as they should please let me know and we can go deeper into it. I had a bike come into the shop that would cut out while riding, every bump every turn. I chased my tail because i didn’t start simple. i sent a lot of time and ended up paying for a fuel pump out of pocket because that wasn’t the problem. All the switches where working and nothing seemed right everything was working. after a few days while raising the bike on the left i notched the side stand moving a little with ever little bump on the way up. long story short the spring on the side stand had lost it’s ” spring” and won’t hold the side stand up right, every bump every turn the side stand moved a little letting the switch open and kill the bike .let me know what you find and if you need more help I’ll get and send you the wiring diagram and we can start work out the problem.M.Woodring

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HONDA ATV 2003 TRX 250 CARBURETOR DIAGRAM. A HOSE IS HANGING FROM CARB BOWL. BIKE IS TURNING OVER BUT NOT STARTING. HAS FUEL. BOTTOM OF CARB HAS OPENING FOR HOSE, STILL WON’T START. FOLLOWED HOSE COMING OUT OF FUEL TANK SCREW CAP, CAN NOT TRACE IT. GOES DOWN NECK OF STEERING COLUMN. PLEASE HELP, DISABLED VETERAN, I USE BIKE TO PLOW SIDEWALK OF SNOW, LIVE ON A CORNER, POSSIBLE TO GET FINED IF I DON’T CLEAR WALK.
VERY RESPECTFULLY,
ROB
ANSWER : The hose coming out of fuel cap going into steering column is just a vent hose. the fuel hose will be on side bottom of tank where the fuel on/off/reserve switch is fuel line comes off this valve down to carburetor. the fuel bowl also has a vent hose that hangs down below engine so if float stick fuel can run out and not on hot engine. makle sure the fuel bowl is getting gas in it try tapping on bowl lightly with a screwdriver handle if float is hung this may drop it down

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I have a York Stellar model mid efficiency furnace Model # P?UCD12N07601A, Serial # EXAM3600524 installed in 1992. The HSI was replaced approximately 3 months ago. Over the last two weeks the ventor motor comes on, the HSI lights but does not ignite the gas. The ventor motor runns continously and the HSI continues to turn off and on without gas ignition. Some times by turning the ventor motor off and on (by opening and closing the bottom furnace faces panel door) will give be ignition after the HSI goes through 1-4 cycles. If I can’t get it to work I call my furnace repair guy. The serviceman thought it was the pressure switch and ordered one. Just this last weekend I had no heat and another service guy came in replaced the HSI again and adjusted the pressure switch and said this fix should work. Less than a day later furnace still experiencing the same problem-Ventor motor comes on, HSI comes on but no gas ignition. ventor motor runs continuously and the temperature in the house drops! I’m frustrated and the servicemen don’t seem to know how to fix the problem for good.
ANSWER : Make sure the vent pipes that exhaust the fumes are not blocked in any way and also check the drain line to be sure it is not kinked from the vent motor to the trap. Take the hoses off the vent motor and the pressure switch and make sure all the hoses are clean and free from debris also check the trap on the drain hose and make sure it has water in it if it doesn’t this will creat a negative pressure in the vent motor housing not allowing the vent pressure switch to make.

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Loud noise when furnace starts but furnace won’t come on.
ANSWER : Your fan delay relay has failed and must be replaced.

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Mule 610 will not start. Was running fine, plowing snow and it starting acting like it was running out of gas and stalled. Put gas in put it won’t start and acts like it is not getting gas. Could the gas line have frozen due to the depth of the snow?
ANSWER : Did you ever find the fix for your mule?

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My engine revs on high by itself and runs rough
ANSWER : We had the same problem with our snowblower. we tried everything. ponits, adjustments. even converted points to electronics. we ened up putting on a brand new carborater and it runs great now. save youself the headaches and buy a new carborator. we spent $87. so much better

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