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while troubleshooting, you will need a way to record your findings. a notebook or flash drive will allow you to jot down and later refer back to recorded findings. a notebook is also useful if you need to share any issues with the manufacturer of the appliance.

an anvil is an interesting tool. you can strike an anvil against the wires using a hammer or vice versa. it will tell you if the wires are disconnected or if they are safe to be touched. the anvil will also provide you with the appropriate force to be used while striking the wires.

a heat gun will provide the simple solution of testing the temperature of any wires. a test clip is useful for testing continuity. the test clip will allow you to temporarily push wires together to ensure that they are safe. again, the anvil will provide you with a reasonable force to be used.

after diagnosing the electrical system of the dryer, i now need to explain to you how the system works and the tests that i would perform. i also need to look at the other appliances that you have in your home and see if there are any common faults. if they are the same as in your home, then they may be at fault. if, on the other hand, they are different, then you must determine what the difference is and then go one step further, and see if the fault is still present.

i’m having the same trouble. it started last night at about 1:00 a.m. i got a phone call from my neighbor, who also has a jura dryer. he wasn’t coming home for a while, and we wanted to make sure he didn’t forget to turn the dryer off when he went out for the night. the dryer’s timer switch is set to run the dryer on for 40 minutes, then off for 20 minutes. the dryer’s furnace didn’t seem to shut off, so we took a closer look at the outlet, wiring and thermostat. no problem in any of these areas. the timer switch can be pulled out of the wall, and the timer switch will work if you put it back in the wall. the wiring and outlet will work with or without the timer switch, too. i started the dryer from scratch, and after a while, it quit spinning. at that point, the timer switch was working. i wasn’t going to give up, so i kicked back, turned on the dryer again and watched for an hour. the dryer started up just like it was supposed to, and it ran for another 45 minutes. when i pulled the dryer out, it was out of lint, so i ran it again, then turned it off. the dryer’s thermostat was now set to run the dryer on for 40 minutes and off for 70 minutes, which is normal.
the dryer will run for the first set of 40 minutes. it will stop while the dryer runs for the second set of 20 minutes. i did change the start-up time setting to 45 minutes for both the dryer’s timer and the furnace’s main switch. after that, the dryer runs for about 45 minutes, then shuts off. the dryer will run when i crank it for 45 minutes, then shut off. the furnace seems to be set for a continuous heat cycle. i don’t know why it only runs 30-40 minutes on/30-40 minutes off and it sounds like it’s running all of the time. the dryer runs for 70 minutes, turns off, then turns on again. why do the dryer and the furnace operate this way? all of this started happening this morning at 1:00 a. nobody else in the house uses a dryer.
what gives? what did we do wrong?
is there a fix or is this something i’ll just have to live with?

repair shop can tell you the proper method of tightening the valve steed. also, the valve should be tightened so the pressure in the system is returned to a minimum, but this is not usually done at the first re-torquing, so it would be best to find someone who knows what they are doing. once the pressure has returned to minimum, then the valve can be removed and cleaned. if there is a valve stem or other part that has come loose, there may be a need for replacement. if this is the case, you should either replace the entire valve stem or head assembly or have it professionally done. you can find out the make and model of the rotary vane valve in trouble tickets . for more information, click the link, enter your rotary vane and you will be provided with the specific make and model of your valve.
to add air to a quantity of paint, lightly hand spray the paint into a can of the desired volume. a hand sprayer is designed to draw the paint from the bottom of the can as opposed to a spray can where the paint is fed into the can with air and then the weight of the can forces it up through the air pressure and into the air stream. this might cause air into the can which will cause your paint to go airborne. to avoid this, put a tiny amount of paint into the sprayer, tighten the nozzle down, close the sprayer valve so the paint won’t escape, and then hold the can of paint about a foot away from you. the paint will fall back down into the can. you can try this technique by taking a little bit of paint, putting it in the nozzle, and spraying in a circle around you. do not spray if you are not wearing protection because of the risk of inhaling paint.