Can You Cleanout a Heater Core?

U may add lime or calcium removal ,,,,it is sold as a powder you may add it to the water and every thing gonna be fine

1. water heater vent

If it's a gas water heater, it could be a combustion air intake. Without it, the heater will not have enough oxygen to maintain a flame.You should be able to prevent mice from entering the vent, by covering it with a grate, grill, or screen. As for lint being drawn in, it sounds like you have to investigate how the dryer is vented

2. portable home heater that runs on batteries?

The other explanations were great. A better option would be to find a way to just operate the blower on your furnace, if it is propane or natural gas or heating oil powered. the blower will take less electricity than an electric heater, by far & you will have your heat working. I bet the blower is only 300 watts or so (but check your manual).

3. Whats wrong with the water heater?

The gas valve could be the problem, if the thermocouple is generating voltage but the valve is not holding open for the pilot the gas valve is faulty

4. Is this a good deal or not?

Used? Not worth it to me, especially if the filters and heater do not work

5. weird smell in car heater?

Did you wash the engine compartment to wash off the diesel? Have you changed cabin air filter? You can not expect diesel to be sprayed all over your engine and for it not to smell without doing something about cleaning up the mess.

6. Tankless water heater problems?

Hard water is a tankless heaters biggest enemy. Mineral deposits build up quickly since the tubing in the unit is small diameter. You really need a filter that removes very small particles. (5 micron).

7. My heater at home work in some of the rooms but no in others. Why?

what type of heater; forced air - maybe the furnace duck shaft is not open... You would need to go down stairs look up toward your furnace ducks and open the shaft to the room above, there is a little knob you turn to open letting the heat into that room

8. Is betta OK without heater...?

Assuming room temperature for you is below 78F-82F (which it is for many people) then your betta will definitely benefit from an aquarium heater. I would never keep a betta without one, becuase I have seen how they live without one- lethargic, lying on the bottom, floating lifelessly at the surface...what is the point of keeping them that way? Bettas should have aquarium heaters so they can be vibrant, active, and healthy.

9. Breaker for the electic heater?

Double wides generally have a standard 220 hookup just like a single family residence. At least the one I used to live in did. Anyway, that does NOT mean YOURS is 220. You MAY have only 110. The symptoms indicate to me a poor electrical connection somewhere. Generally there are clamps in the breaker panel which secure the wire leads to the bus bars in the panel. First the power goes through a SINGLE MAIN breaker rated at maybe 100-200 amps (or it MAY be big pair of actually fuses in a panel cover that pulls out) then is distributed to other individual downstream breakers. The electric heater breaker and the stove breaker (if an electric stove) and the water heater (if an electric water heater) will be the biggest rated breakers, 20 to 60 amps. My electric heat is 220 volts and rated at 60 amps The breakers may be double-ganged. (double ganged is two breakers side by side connected by a rod so if one trips, it causes the other to trip as well. Mainly used for 220) Bedrooms will likely be on a 15 to 20 amp breaker. The kitchen area is an exception. There usually will be 2 separate 15 to 20 amp circuits for the kitchen so you can use a microwave and a coffee maker at the same time. If the lights go dim, there is a resistance in one of the connections where the power enters the distribution panel at the main breaker .on either the upstream or downstream side. The resistance has to be in an area common to the lights and the heater for the heater to affect anything else. If it was in a leg only for the heat or only for the lights neither would affect the other. It is a SMALL amount of resistance, so the only time you see the effect is when there is a larger than normal lights kind of load. The same kind of corrosion happens to car battery posts where the wires are clamped in place. Periodically, you have to open the clamps and clean the mating surfaces. For you, this means a licensed professional electrician. This is NOT a do-it-yourself project. If you have aluminum wires instead of copper, it is even MORE likely corrosion in the clamps IS causing you problems. Copper does not corrode like aluminum does. The corrosion comes from the humidity in the air and there is nothing you can do to stop it. I think your numbers are off. A breaker labeled with a number of 120 is most likely the MAIN breaker where power enters the panel, NOT the breaker for the electric heat circuit itself. The electric heat is more likely to be 50-60 amps . If you really DO have a 120 amp breaker in your heater circuit, SOMEONE has made a huge error. Open the electric heater and look at the label for the rating. The rating will tell you what size breaker SHOULD be used. A rule of thumb is 1 amp per 100 watts. Which is why a 15 amp circuit will handle a single 1500 watt coffee maker or electric frying pan, but not both, or all of the lights and stuff you might find in a typical bedroom. Unless you add a space heater, it is kind of hard to overload a typical bedroom circuit with lights, TV, and a computer. Anyway, your "120 volt breaker" sounds wrong based on my limited experience. The heater runs on 110vAC or 220vAC. If it is 110 and hooked to 220, it will fail from over voltage. If it is 220 and hooked to 110, it will never produce much in the way of heat and the motors will not turn very fast, if they even run at all. Since I assume the heat DOES make warm air and the fans turn at the right speed, it has the right VOLTAGE. The question now becomes is the breaker the right SIZE for the load? THAT is where the 1 amp per 100 watts comes in. That electrician I mentioned can figure out the actual capacity you need for each breaker on every circuit. That is his JOB, and that is what you will PAY him FOR. Best to be safe, and NOT sorry in case someone in the past screwed up when they replaced the panel.

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