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tony3 [Additional notes]
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   * I'm going to check with Ron about the metal leads, there'​s some galvanic action. The machine screw connected to the red wire appears to be turning a reddish yellow color.   * I'm going to check with Ron about the metal leads, there'​s some galvanic action. The machine screw connected to the red wire appears to be turning a reddish yellow color.
   * 2017-02-07 It looks like the valve likes to fail open if it has been activated continuously for a few days (like when the water is turned off at the valve, but the cooler is not turned off.)  Cleaned the valve, strengthened the spring holding it closed, put up an explanatory sign and added a loud buzzer to the overflow sensor to hopefully annoy someone enough to shut it off if it's overflowing.   * 2017-02-07 It looks like the valve likes to fail open if it has been activated continuously for a few days (like when the water is turned off at the valve, but the cooler is not turned off.)  Cleaned the valve, strengthened the spring holding it closed, put up an explanatory sign and added a loud buzzer to the overflow sensor to hopefully annoy someone enough to shut it off if it's overflowing.
 +  * If you hear the alarm, immediately shut off the T-valve behind the sink and drain the cooler until the alarm shuts off.  If the water has to be shut off to the cooler for any reason, turn off the switch on the cooler so the valve doesn'​t sit in the open position for a long period of time and get stuck.
projects/watercooler.txt · Last modified: 2017/02/09 23:08 by tony3