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Could be that the thermo coupler is failing. Look where the pilot light is directed and you will see a tube like device that has a copper hard line connected to the main gas reducer. All you need to do is buy another one for your unit and install it. You have to hold the pilot start for a few minutes to reactivate the new one. Simple repair if that is the problem.

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Is it possible that the movement was replaced?
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Does your clock have day and night settings? You might have it on the overnight setting.

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Did you turn the outer rings on the jets? They could be turned off. They are used to adjust the bubble flow, but also to turn them on or off.

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YouTube has an extensive number of instructional videos for Hamilton clocks. Take a look. All I did was type in the type of clock and I got all kinds of listings. Good luck.

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st croix has manuals on there site. if you post the model info for your pellet stove someone may be able to help further.

http://stcroixstoves.com/pellet-stoves/manuals.htm

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Look at these two web pages to see if they will help
http://www.fixya.com/tags/overload_reset_button/bath/maax

http://www.maaxspa.com.au/Maax%20Spa%202004%20Owners%20Manual.pdf

Maax Home | Answered 2 days ago


There is some part that is bad, I suggest before you continue replacing parts that you check the dealer for service recommendations. There is probably a master control board that has a failed component.

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This is under warranty - why not ask the dealer?

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You need to replace the hydrant. If that is not possible, you need to cut the supply line and cap it until you can, while the water supply is turned off.

You did not say where you live, and I am assuming you are in Canada since you stated Celsius temperatures. This means digging up the supply line from the hydrant end and cutting/capping it off there at that end, or intercepting the line going out from the basement and installing a shut off valve there or capping it at that point.

You also did not state the type of water pipe you are dealing with. If it is copper, you can sweat solder the cap on the cut line, but if plastic you need to get the appropriate primer and cement for that kind of plastic.


If it is a steel or iron pipe you will have to cut the threads on the outside surface of the line end, and then screwing a cap on the end.

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Go to www.lacrossetechnology.com and find instructions for unit 535w2u.

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The sound is from the valve on hot or cold water. The new head is flowing water easier and the spring in the valve is vibrating. Try adjusting it to put more pressure on the water valve and see if it stops

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Drill new holes for the hinges.

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I was trying to find out how old my Firex Smoke Alarm is. There is a recall notice on the web for another Firex product. It implies that the date code 98149 means the 149th day of 1998.

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Contact Twin Star directly to request it.

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There are numbers of manufacturers available in India who make quality UPVC windows and doors, but when it comes to choosing best one then I'll recommend you only Fenesta Building Systems. Fenesta is a trusted name and they manufacture high quality UPVC windows, also they provide excellent post sale services. For more details, visit: http://www.fenesta.com

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