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10-22-13, 07:17 AM
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Posted By dhamblet

I'm throwing in the towel and assuming the Stat...

I'm throwing in the towel and assuming the Stat is defective since I am unable to get to significant portions of the setup menu. Honeywell will not talk to me unless I lie and pose as a tech from a...
10-21-13, 08:18 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

Yeah, I should have said I can't get to 0172. ...

Yeah, I should have said I can't get to 0172. Setup bypasses everything associated with identifying the system
10-21-13, 05:12 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

I read the setup guide and I am accessing the...

I read the setup guide and I am accessing the setup menu exactly like the Full Access picture. Menu jumps from #165 to #280
10-21-13, 12:40 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

Yeah, I know that. But when I enter setup and...

Yeah, I know that. But when I enter setup and proceed thru the menu It bypasses the entire section on type of heating system. Pls read my original post.
10-21-13, 12:35 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

here should be a big black rotary valve on the...

here should be a big black rotary valve on the inlet/outlet that you turn manually to bypass the unit.
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Posted By dhamblet

We used to have our washer in the basement and do...

We used to have our washer in the basement and do this exact thing. Its probably not advisable but it worked. I did however install a check valve at the washer drain to prevent wash water from...
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Posted By dhamblet

seems like ther ought to be a way to put an RF...

seems like ther ought to be a way to put an RF signal on a wire then trace it thru the house with a signal detector without opening up anything?
10-21-13, 09:45 AM
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Posted By dhamblet

Need help with Installer setup for Honeywell VisioPro IAQ Stat

I am trying to set up a new YTH0421C1002 Honeywell VisionPro IAQ Thermostat. When I go into the Installer Setup I can access functions 0110 thru 0172 but then the setup jumps over 0172-0260 -- the...
02-22-10, 09:43 AM
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Posted By dhamblet

Well, I have about 40 pounds of Macrolite. ...

Well, I have about 40 pounds of Macrolite. Anybody need some?
02-01-10, 03:11 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

Kinetico filter media

I recently bought a disabled Kinetico 2060 for the filter media which I used to top off the tanks in my unit (don't ask why). Anyway, I dried the remainder and bagged it. I have quite a bit of it...
02-01-10, 02:55 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

there is a small valve in the brine tank attached...

there is a small valve in the brine tank attached to the float mechanism. I suspect it has either got some particles in it that are causing it to hang up or it is in need of repair or replacement. ...
01-17-10, 11:33 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

Kinetico Media beads??

Anyone know (I mean know - not educated guess) what the media is Kinetico uses in their filters. Mine is a 2060 2 tank unit that is filled with golden/amber resin beads. I got some extra from a...
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Posted By dhamblet

It depends on how much it rains in your localle...

It depends on how much it rains in your localle and what kind of non PT wood you plan to use. Here in the Pacific NW I had deck railings rot out on the ends in 8 years and I primed them thoroughly. ...
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Posted By dhamblet

Unless that is double or triple walled stove pipe...

Unless that is double or triple walled stove pipe I would be more than a little concerned about how close it is to the wood framing right above it. Even then I'd be concerned back in that closed up...
01-11-10, 12:05 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

Yes it has a small Rusco spin down filter. And...

Yes it has a small Rusco spin down filter. And yes, the resin is actually golden amber. Thanks for the information.

Problems with the media really started when I tipped it on its side to empty...
01-11-10, 09:12 AM
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Posted By dhamblet

Kinetico 2060 is double tank, no RO, no charcoal,...

Kinetico 2060 is double tank, no RO, no charcoal, just the two large resin tanks. Media for the 2060 is resin. It is light brown (may be from the iron) and kinda looks and feels like tapioca. In...
01-10-10, 11:32 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

Thanks Andy. "Neutralizer" -- this...

Thanks Andy.

"Neutralizer" -- this confused me too. Around here we have a lot of iron and manganese in well water so maybe he was talking about Iron Out.

Sanitization -- I'd like to sanitize...
01-10-10, 06:08 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

Kinetico 2060 -- bunch of questions

Just bought a used 2006 Kinetico 2060. In the process of draining it, transporting it and connecting it up we have lost some of the media. I have more media but am unsure exactly how much to put in...
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Posted By dhamblet

I used round trailer lights and mounted them into...

I used round trailer lights and mounted them into some pieces of 4" pipe I cut into appropriate lengths and welded a strap across the end to mount the light to then welded the pipe to the trailer...
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Posted By dhamblet

I'll bet the small pipe conecting the pressure...

I'll bet the small pipe conecting the pressure switch to the water supply has frozen up. When this happens the pump will not come on when the water tank pressure drops. Put a heat lamp on it.
12-30-08, 06:51 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

Take a sledge hammer to the tub. If its cast...

Take a sledge hammer to the tub. If its cast iron you can break it up and remove the pieces. Easier to cut the drain off after tub is broken up.
12-29-08, 06:31 PM
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Posted By dhamblet

Doesn't 1 1/2" seem like a lot of staple for a...

Doesn't 1 1/2" seem like a lot of staple for a 1/2" floor?
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Posted By dhamblet

O ring seals starting to wear out? One thing...

O ring seals starting to wear out?

One thing you may want to try since u might have to replace it anyway is some Seafoam additive. I was amazed at the difference it made in an old Buick we had...
12-24-08, 09:37 AM
Replies: 6
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Posted By dhamblet

If the tank itself is leaking its likely the...

If the tank itself is leaking its likely the first sign of pending rust thru and probably not repairable. Put a drip pan under it for the time being and don't fill it again till it is replaced. If...
12-24-08, 09:31 AM
Replies: 8
Views: 7,943
Posted By dhamblet

It sounds like you are pretty much past the point...

It sounds like you are pretty much past the point of pulling the plywood and replacing it. You might just go ahead and get it dry and see what happens. Worst case you could overlay it. Obviously...
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