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Member Since 24 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 28 2014 09:17 PM

Topics I've Started

Thermos #430 Christa Coffee Carafe disassembly

13 April 2012 - 10:21 AM

Yeah, I know it's not electrical, but does anyone know how to disassemble this plastic coffee carafe from Thermos? There is something liquid sloshing around between the layers. There appears to be a rubber gasket at the top, but the disassembly point would seem to be half-way down the outside. Does it snap apart, unscrew, or is it permanantly glued?

Whirlpool EE3J40RD045V Electric Water Heater is making loud clicking noises.

12 February 2012 - 05:38 PM

Sounds electrical, like a relay. I haven't pulled any covers, and we are getting hot water. No other symptoms. I just recently noticed this and am trying to determine if it is normal, or should I dig into it?

Old Carrier Furnace with weird controls problem

10 January 2011 - 04:14 PM

I have an older Carrier furnace, (58GS100) that is acting a little weird. The furnace will run through its heating cycle absolutely normally, until the blower turns off a minute or two after the gas valve. Then the blower will come back on for a second or two, turn off for a second or two, then come back on, then off. This little on/off thing may happen up to 4 times.
It doesn't seem like this could be a limit switch problem, or the furnace would be turning off prematurely, and it isn't. Could this be the time delay on the main circuit board acting up?

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