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Unique bridge structure, cup and steel ball mounted, self-resetting and centering, good side force, resistance and shock resistance, moistureproof sealed, ideal for hostile environment ,simple to install, easy to use, good interchangeability, suitable for electronic truck scale, railroad scale, hopper scale and various special scales.
|Recommended Excitation Voltage||5V～18V(AC or DC)|
|Maximum Excitation Voltage||24V(AC or DC)|
|Operating Temperature Range||(-30～+70)℃|
|Compensated Temperature Range||(-20～+60)℃|
|Temperature Effect On Load||±0.02%F.S/10℃|
|Temperature Effect On Zero||±0.02%F.S/10℃|
|Mode of Connection||Input+:Red
This video provides step-by-step repair instructions for replacing the thermal release valve. The most common reason for replacing the thermal release valve is when the pressure washer is leaking water.
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Tools needed: 5/8 inch wrench
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The last time I used this vehicle extensively was a week ago (last weekend). I did use it for a short trip on Wednesday this week, however when I tried to start it up today (Saturday) the starter did not receive sufficient current to crank the FA20 boxer up. Note that this vehicle is only 1 year and 3 months old.
There are 3 reasons that I believe contributed to the situation. The first being the fact that a short trip like the one I made on Wednesday normally undercharges the battery, secondly the FA20 boxer’s compression is 12.5 : 1 therefore requires more torque to crank up, and lastly yesterday (Friday) we received more than a month’s worth of rain out of a sudden; this dropped the ambient temperature to the lowest we had seen in a while.
Note that the GT-86′s electric parasitic load is very low due to it being a very pure and basic vehicle with little to no electronics.
This video also shows how the GT-86 behaves towards low battery voltage. The dash lights were off, apart from the oil warning and battery lamp which was very dim. The fan was blowing slowly but the climate control’s displays were off. The clock did not lose its time but its LEDs kept flickering. There was also a tapping noise which source I couldn’t make out.
The solution was a Li-Polymer jump start powerbank that I store in my boot for situations like these. Being Li-Po, the battery has a very high discharge rate and will even jump start larger 5.5L V8 engines with little problem. The one that I have measured circa 2,500 mAh when I last performed a discharge analysis.