I’m pretty sure that each of the rubber tabs had a long extension attached at the factory, which allowed them to be threaded into the slots and locked. These tabs were then cut off.
However, I was able to reassemble this after taking mine apart to glue up a broken part. Use a small but blunt flat screwdriver to “stuff” them into place. It takes a bit of pressure but with about two minutes of prodding, I was able to seat all of the tabs back into position.
These actually do slide apart. First disconnect the wires that lead to the inner piece. Then slide the outer piece up as far as it will go, then slide the inner part down down and out of the rails.
Remove the stainless steel cylindrical cover and scrub down all of the stainless steel sensors with steel wool, magic eraser, scotchbrite scouring pad, or some other light abrasive scrubber.
The water sensor detects water by measuring the conductivity between two of the sensors. The sensors need to be clean in order for this to work.
If you are using it with RO or distilled water, add a pinch of salt to the heating water.
I've had two apart. One had a blown transistor --the one that drives the safety relay. The second one had a bad safety relay AND a burned motor. I could fix the one with a bad transistor but I haven't been able to find a replacement motor.
Does the circulation motor keep running when it stops heating?
일단 획득하면, 귀하께서는 그들의 시간당 평판 획득 도표를 볼 수 있습니다.
도표가 어떻게 보여질지에 대한 미리보기입니다:
아직 획득한 평판이 없습니다.