|a.||Faulty or dirty water solenoid - Replace solenoid.|
|b.||Plugged or partially plugged inline water restrictor - Clean water restrictor.|
|c.||Solids collector full - Need to clean.|
|d.||Plugged or partially plugged intake manifold - Clean intake manifold.|
|e.||Lack of water to pump. Remove water flex line at pump housing. Turn pump on momentarily. Should have hard 24 inch stream of water to pump housing not a 6 inch weak stream. Lack of water creates lack of suction (Check MFG. for required water pressure). Seeing water flow through exhaust hose means nothing. Must have correct water pressure to create correct vacuum.|
|f.||Try increasing vacuum adjuster on vacuum manifold to required need.|
Remote for Operatory
For Overhead Light
|APOLLO||Blue & Red||White|
|AIR TECHNIQUES||Yellow & Orange||Brown|
|DENTAL-EZ||Black & Yellow||Brown|
|MATRX||Red & White||Blue|
|TECH WEST||Blue & Red||White|
|TURBINE INDUSTRIES||Blue & Red||White|
|U.S. GENERAL||Red & White||Blue|
|a.||Bad check valves in unit (normally the case) - Replace both check valves.|
|b.||Lack of water to pump (remove flexible water line at pump housing. Turn each pump on momentarily - check each pump for 3" hard stream of water - should not be a 6" stream). Lack of water creates lack of suction (check mfg. for required water pressure). Seeing water flow through exhaust hose means nothing. Must have correct water pressure to create correct vacuum.|
|c.||Partially plugged intake side of PVC piping - Clean intake.|
|d.||Crimped intake hose - Replace intake hose.|
|e.||Faulty or dirty water solenoid - Replace solenoid|
|a.||Bad relay in starter assembly box (normally the case) - Replace relay.|
|b.||Bad start capacitor in starter assembly box - Replace
|c.||Rod bearing locked to crankshaft due to lack of oil - Replace Copeland Head.|
|d.||Bad pressure switch - Replace pressure switch.|
|e.||Bad connection at pressure switch or connection at Copeland insulator connection board.|
What appears to be "boiling" on the inside means that you have extra
activity than normal in your solids trap which gives a bubbling affect.
This could be from :
|a.||More than normal back pressure - partially plugged plumbing at the
unit or drain side.
|b.||Lack of water to the pumps. Remove flex hose at back side of each
pump checking one pump at a time. You should have a 2 to 3 foot
hard stream of water flow not a 6 inch droopy stream.
|c.||Using to much vacuum system chemical cleaner when flushing the
lines at the end of the day. Try flushing unit at the end of the day
using water only to see if trap clears up.
|d.||Possible air leak. Turn valve off in service box - isolate operatories
from suction unit checking to see if trap clears.
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