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Thanks NJ Trooper for your answer. I certainly...

Thanks NJ Trooper for your answer. I certainly saw a bunch of Series 1003-600A UT boards, such as the -617A, -630A, -538A, -665A,, -669A, etc. But what I didn't find was a cross-reference chart, or a...
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Question UT Electronic Controls ignition control module

Need to replace a UT Electronic Controls intermittent pilot ignition control module #1003-620A. I was unable to find any reference to UT Electronic Controls on the internet. Also, the Honeywell and...
03-20-13, 06:40 AM
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Thank you for your prompt answers, I appreciate...

Thank you for your prompt answers, I appreciate it.
03-19-13, 07:30 PM
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240V arc fault breaker?

We plan to add 2 bedrooms with permanently installed electric beaeboard heaters. The code says 120V circuits have to be protected by arc fault breakers.
Our baseboard heaters will be using 240V. Do...
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The car is a Ford Crown Victoria with an AOD...

The car is a Ford Crown Victoria with an AOD transmission.
Per the shop manual and the owners manual, the area on
the dipstick (above the crosshatched area) is clearly marked
with "Don't Add "....
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Excess Transmission Fluid

Just had a rebuilt transmission installed at the dealership. The next day I checked the transmission fluid (engine hot and running, transmission in Park) and the fluid on the dipstick is one inch...
05-14-11, 11:15 AM
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Question New water faucet - bad smell and taste

I installed a new single lever water faucet on my kitchen sink a few months ago. Since that time my water smells and tastes like it comes out of a machine shop. I expected it to disappear after a...
09-21-09, 10:40 AM
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After several days of looking into it I finally...

After several days of looking into it I finally found the answer to my problem and I am surprised that no experienced plumber came up with it.
09-16-09, 06:38 PM
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Thanks for your replies. I put a heavy rope...

Thanks for your replies. I put a heavy rope through the toilet with a sizeable rubber bushing at the end and it went through it without problem, so I conclude there is no blockage. I dumped the pail...
09-16-09, 04:15 PM
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Loss of toilet syphon action

After many years of good service, my toilet seems to have lost its syphon action. Before this problem started, the water would fill the bowl when flushing, then the bowl would empty out, and after...
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Question Car parts pricing

When you have your car fixed at a service/repair station, the replacement parts installed and furnished by a parts warehouse are billed to you with a certain percentage added to cover getting the...
05-13-09, 04:07 PM
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Was able to have the conductors measured. All...

Was able to have the conductors measured. All three are about .053" diameter, which is closer to a 16 AWG than a 14 AWG. I just hope they don't overheat.
The following is what is printed on the...
05-12-09, 10:51 PM
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Thanks to all who took the time to send in a...

Thanks to all who took the time to send in a reply. I will look into measuring the different conductors with a precision micrometer (unfortunately I don't have one myself) and let you know the...
05-09-09, 10:51 PM
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What I originally had was 14 AWG, which is what...

What I originally had was 14 AWG, which is what is clearly stamped on the Romex jacket; a 12 AWG is much thicker and is stamped with 12 AWG, not 14 AWG.
05-09-09, 08:11 PM
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Posted By hukre

I certainly looked at the conductors, not the...

I certainly looked at the conductors, not the insulation, which does not carry any current.
05-09-09, 06:07 PM
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Posted By hukre

Wire Size

Bought some 14 AWG Romex a while back. While wiring I got the feeling that the wires were not as thick as I was used to. When I compared to some 14 AWG Romex I still had in the garage, I could tell...
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Thanks to all the people who took time to write a...

Thanks to all the people who took time to write a response to my post. To clarify: The reason I brought the car to a shop was the pulsating brakes, and on that basis they replaced the rotors, pads...
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Pulsating Brakes

Brought my 1990 Crown Vic wagon to a shop because whenever I stepped on the brakes there was a pulsation like intermittent braking. They replaced the front rotors and pads and the rear brake...
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Thank you all for your interesting comments, I am...

Thank you all for your interesting comments, I am sure that we now have found the answer and that the window motor just stalls when it hits an obstruction of any kind.
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Posted By hukre

I would think that all electric windows would...

I would think that all electric windows would allow you to open them halfway if you elect to, e.g. you remove your finger from the OPEN/CLOSE button when you want it to stop moving. My initial...
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I will take the window motor apart and look...

I will take the window motor apart and look inside.
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I checked it and it was not interrupted, so the...

I checked it and it was not interrupted, so the puzzle still remains...
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I just checked the power on the window motor when...

I just checked the power on the window motor when you push the up/down switch; the power stays on even when the window stops (with the switch still pushed), which means that some kind of load sensor...
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Thank you guys for interest in my question. I...

Thank you guys for interest in my question. I took the window motor out of a door of my 1990 Crown Victoria to rebuild the gear part, and I was just curious how the motor knows when to stop, since...
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Posted By hukre

Is the relay located inside the window motor?

Is the relay located inside the window motor?
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