Samsung wf42h5200af/a2 drain pump
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2023.03.24 14:01 LaurenG0502 Musty top loader — I’ve tried almost everything and the smell won’t go away! What can I do?
So, I’ve been having an issue with my not even one year old top loading Samsung washing machine. About six months into having it, it has developed a musty smell that you can smell when the lid is open. I’ve tried multiple things to try to fix it, and nothing has worked.
Prior to purchasing this washing machine, we were previously using a top loader from Whirlpool that was extremely old. It had the same problem with the drum smelling musty and I couldn’t fix it, which is why we purchased a new one — only for it to have the same issue. I even took apart the Whirlpool machine and thoroughly cleaned the drum and reassembled it. It didn’t fix it!
I have tried three brands of washing machine cleaner. I have ran multiple self clean cycles and self clean cycles with bleach. The only thing I haven’t tried is vinegabaking soda. I doubt that would work because I tried that with the old top loader I had and it didn’t help at all. The reason I haven’t tried it with this washer is that Samsung states not to use vinegar or baking soda in their machines, so I’m trying to avoid it if I can.
Besides disassembling the machine and cleaning the exterior of the drum, is there anything else I can try?
My clothes thankfully don’t seem to smell musty, but the smell can be strong sometimes when you approach the drum and after the clothes are washed.
Some things to note: - I almost exclusively use hot water - I do NOT use a lot of detergent. I’ve been extremely careful since buying this machine because I was trying to avoid this happening again - I do NOT use any fabric softener
I’m almost thinking it could have something to do with the drain tube because when I pulled it out of the wall, it had some black gunk on it and the tube itself smells musty. I don’t think it’s an issue with the P trap because the drum itself is the source of the smell, not the drain pipe. I’m not sure if maybe the drain tube has gunk inside of it like at the bottom of the drum, or what the issue is.
I’d love to figure this out so that I don’t have to smell a musty smell in my washing machine frequently. If anyone has any ideas, please let me know!
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2023.03.24 12:26 JGalla88 Internal Drain Tile AND external
We bought a lemon of a house with a basement that floods really badly. The sump pump (we've gone through several in a a couple of years.. they should last 10) can't keep up with the amount of water.
We paid a company a bunch of money to excavate to the footings, put new drain tile in and wrap the foundation in DMX wrap.
This did little to nothing.
We're now being told interior drain tile will fix the issue at another 13-14k
I can't for the life of me gather how this will work but the exterior style wouldn't?
Any advice? They're coming in 3 weeks..
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2023.03.24 12:13 ppns2021 Growth spurt and milk production?
Baby is just over 3 months old and mostly breast fed but we'll do a bottle of formula or pumped milk at night sometimes. My milk didn't come in right away and he dropped significantly below his birth weight so it was a struggle to get my production up with triple feeding and supplementing with formula. For the last month I've been able to keep up and was really excited for him to be mostly breast fed
Yesterday baby was super fussy and wanted to eat every hour. He would eat, nap for 30 minutes and then want to eat again. After a few hours of this I was completely drained. He ended up getting 4 ounces of formula, 2 ounces of expressed milk, and breastfeeding again before finally falling asleep. Then he only slept for 3 hours before we started all over again.
I'm just really scared of running out of milk and that feeling of not having enough was so horrible. Has anyone successfully made it through this kind of growth spurt? Is this normal?
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2023.03.24 11:37 Adam-best Plunger Opener Cleaner Kit The Plunger Opener Cleaner Kit uses the power of high-pressure compressed air to blast away the toughest clogs in your drains in just seconds. Just pump the drain blaster and squeeze the trigger, the clog is cleared instantly. Much faster than traditional plungers!
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2023.03.24 10:39 pumpingstations 800 Litre Twin Sewage Pumping Station suitable for Dwellings with up to 4no Bedrooms
The PPS range of Pumping Stations are all manufactured in accordance with BS EN 12056-4:2000 Gravity drainage systems inside buildings and BS EN 752-6:1998 Drain and sewer systems outside buildings. Give us a call today for your Pumping Station requirements on 01332 854868. The 800 Litre Twin Sewage Pumping Station
is suitable for properties with up to 4no people.
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2023.03.24 06:42 ScaryJerry45 Changed up my team a little (from my last post) I plan on bringing this into SV doubles. Any thoughts/advice would be great thank you!
2023.03.24 06:28 donvirk Miui better then Samsung in terms of standby battery time (phone turned off)?
Hello, I have owned both Samsung and miui devices, and frankly, I have to say that miui is superior then Samsung all the way. I used to have Samsung s8 brand new, and it used to drain like 1 percent every min💩. Not only that, but it used to also drain battery when the phone was turned off and heat up real bad. Garage for phones that cost $1,000+ if u ask me, not debatable.
Now, I have Redmi note 11, that drains like 1% every 6-8 min; not the best but I love it. Also doesn't drain battery that much when it's turned off. The only issue I had with it was delayed and muted notifications, which has been fixed. I just wanted to share my experience, and kinda understand why that is... And if you still would go with Samsung, plz tell why.
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2023.03.24 05:16 voxpop9 PC won't boot unless I hold the power button
My PC was turning on properly before until i added a new ssd to my PC. After that, whenever i press the power button normally, i see the rgb lights flicker momentarily and the fans move a little bit before it trips and turns itself back off.
One of the ways to turn it on required me to hold down the button, to which it flickers on, off, and then powers on normally in quick succession. Another way is to power drain the pc which allows it to turn on normally but that is very long and tedious.
My motherboard is ROG B-550F Gaming (Wifi) and normally the power button has a 0.5 second delay before turning on but now it seems to do so instantaneously.
While changing the SSD, I did use a compressed aircan to clean out the PSU and the motherboard. It did spray a bit of the white powder onto the center of the motherboard but i cleaned it away by spraying air over it until it was gone with a light swipe of a towel.
SSD change did involve cloning the original SSD to the new one and then wiping the original (moving windows boot from one to the other SSD)
In case this is related, my Aura light settings seem to not save in bios when set to Aura Off for sleep state. Stealth mode is ok. I have already done a bios reset and Armoury Crate reinstall.
Solutions i have tried: -Updating Bios -Removing and plugging the power button back -Power Drain -CMOS replacement -Turning Fastboot off
Specs: CPU: Ryzen 7 5800x GPU: Zotac Amp Holo RTX 3080 Motherboard: ROG B-550F Gaming (WIFI) PSU: SeaSonic FOCUS PLUS 850 Gold RAM: 32GB G.Skill Trident Z SSD 1 [The new SSD]: Samsung 980 Pro 2TB (yes i checked the firmware, it is safe) SSD 2: Silicon Power P34A80 1TB HDD: Seagate Barracuda 2TB
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2023.03.24 04:58 Sorry-Pianist-9666 Clutch system bleed help
07 Chevrolet Cobalt Lt 2.2- i am having issues getting all the air out of the system. I just recently installed a bench bled master cylinder, gained clutch pressure, and then was stranded down the road the next day with no clutch pressure. Tried to fill the reservoir and rebleed, keeping the res full and bleeding from the valve on the slave cylinder but to no avail. Is there a way to drain it fully and then pump brake fluid up through the slave bleed valve to fill the system from the bottom up?
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2023.03.24 04:38 JadeverScale How to operate diaphragm pump correct
Air-operated double diaphragm pumps
(AODD) are used to transfer liquid in mining, coating,Chemical, oil, watewaste water treatment and some other industrial. They are relatively low cost and reliable. And they can be run dry.
This article will cover how to operate diaphragm pump
1. Installation and Start-up
Locate the pump as close to the product being pumped as possible. Keep the suction line length and number of fitting to a minimum. Don’t reduce the suction line diameter.
For installations of rigid piping, short sections of flexible hose should be installed between the pump and piping. The flexible hose reduces vibration and strain to thee pumping system.
2. Air Supply
Air supply pressure cannot exceed 125psi(8.6bar). Connect the pump air inlet to an air supply of sufficient capacity and pressure required for desired performance. When the air supply line is solid piping, use a short length of flexible hose between the pump and the piping to reduce strain to the piping. The weight of the air supply line, regulators and filters must be support by some means other than the air inlet cap. Failure to provide support for the piping may result in damage to the pump. A pressure regulating valve should be installed to insure air supply pressure does not exceed recommended limits.
3. Air Inlet and Priming
To start the pump, open the air valve approximately 1/2” to 3/4” turn. After the pump primes, the air valve can be opened to increase air flow as desired. If opening the valve increases cycling rate, but dose not increase the rate of flow, cavitation has occurred. The valve should be closed slightly to obtain the most efficient air flow to pump flow ratio.
4. Between uses
When the pump is used for materials that tend to settle out or solidify when not in motion, the pump should be flushed after each use to prevent damage(product remaining in the pump between uses could dry out or settle out. This could cause problems with the diaphragms and check valves at restart) in freezing temperatures the pump must be completely drained between uses in all cases.
5. Grounding the pump
To reduce the risk of static electrical sparking, the pneumatic diaphragm pump
must be grounded. Check the local electrical code for detailed grounding instruction and the type of equipment required.
If you have any problems during using AODD pump
, pls feel free to contact with Ms Cindy ([email protected]
). we will give you support shortly.
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2023.03.24 02:51 Demonicbane Gay_irl
2023.03.24 02:28 rextinaa Something weird was going on
With one of my spectra flange/bottle assemblies today. This morning I noticed after I started pumping for a bit that the milk was pooling up top and not passing through the duck bill! So strange I thought, but it eventually did pass through. So I shrugged it off, and when I was done pumping I put my flanges in my ziploc and into the fridge. Well I just started my last pump of the day and it was doing it again! But this time the milk would not pass through at all so I stopped the pump and took it apart to inspect. Turns out there was one of those little white medela membrane discs stuck inside the freaking duckbill, thus blocking the flow! So what had happened was, last night when I was doing my washing, I put all the tiny parts like that together in the same basin of hot soapy water to soak and then I rinse them in hot water and set out to dry. When I was done I did realize I was short a medela membrane and just assumed it had fallen down the drain during the rinsing process. But nope there it was inside the spectra duckbill. And I already ordered a whole new set of medela parts to replace the “missing” membrane. Thought I’d share my wtf pump story of the day with an audience who might appreciate! Just when I thought I’d experienced it all… this happens lol
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2023.03.24 02:05 dontknowwww_ My father (63 yo) just had a spinal fusion T11-L4 after tumor removal. Looking for support
Hello all, I am typing this because I am in need of support. My father is 63 years old and just had a spinal fusion after the removal of a tumor and he also had a spinal cage inserted for support. He is extremely miserable right now. He is constipated and his intestines are not absorbing anything from his stomach. He is currently having his stomach pumped/drained and a lot of brown liquid keeps coming out. He is utterly miserable. Is this normal? Is being this constipated after surgery a thing? I keep asking the nurses but they don’t seem very reassuring. Then again, I am very anxious about his recovery and I’m his main caretaker. They said they need to empty his stomach and after he pooped everything will eventually go back to normal. I am terrified this was caused by nerve damage during the surgery. He is also very scared and does not know if his surgery will be a success. I am not sure how to comfort him and I was hoping the experiences of others could bring some sort of brelief.
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2023.03.23 23:25 nuevetails thoughts on pokemon team
2023.03.23 23:18 disarray27 After a week without breastfeeding direct baby fell asleep on the boob
Since birth I have pumped most of my 9 week old son's feeds and when he got persistent thrush we were encouraged to treat individually before trying to latch again. I was open to the fact that this might mean that we couldn't breastfeed anymore and I was accepting but sad. Today we got the all clear from the doctor and he drained both boobs and has fallen asleep milk drunk in my lap. I'm so happy and if anything his latch and suck are far more efficient now. A major win in our journey and I'm hoping we have a long way to go yet. I didn't want to lose this as an option for bonding, comfort and when pumping is difficult.
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2023.03.23 22:39 Some_Quantity4903 1995 Jeep Grand Cherokee overheating
Hello, just looking for advice or possibilities on why my fiancé’s (he doesn’t have Reddit lol) jeep may be over heating. Replaced thermostat and water pump yesterday. Drained and added fresh coolant. We’re going to check the head gaskets in a bit when it cools down a little. We drive and the temp gauge will go up a bit, but went up to 260 today while driving, then back down. When we get home and turn it off, it immediately begins steaming. Other than that it runs fine. Thanks!
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2023.03.23 22:27 GReaper5 Power steering fluid went brown and bubbly after new pump installation.
I am replacing my power steering pump on my 2011 Impala. First time ever doing it. While the pump was pulled out of the car I cranked the wheels several times to try and drain the system. After I hooked the new pump up, I cranked the wheels several times. It was every hard to turn so I figured that was because no fluid was pumping through the system. I turned the car on for about 3-5 seconds to pump some fluid through and turned it off. Wheel is still very difficult to turn. When I looked at the fluid, it was brown and bubbly. I'm hoping I didn't screw up the new pump. What would should I do to get the new fluid pumping through the system? This is the fluid about 30 seconds after I turned off the car
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2023.03.23 22:21 Garbage_Can Name that Dishwasher Tune
I just moved into a new place and was adjusting my dishwasher's (Samsung DMR77LHS) drain hose to have a high loop. I tried to be careful as I adjusted it's position, but it seems like I've caused a problem from the tension I applied on the hose while moving it.
During different points of the dishwashing cycle it makes a new clackity sound. It still seems to get everything done, clean/drain everything and not leak but the noise is a little concerning. Here is the very beginning of a rinse cycle where you can hear the sound. After about 10~15 seconds it moves on to something else and you don't hear it for a while: https://youtube.com/shorts/kj-FhT191RM?feature=share
So my question is, what is the very first thing that a samsung dishwasher does for a rinse cycle AKA what could be the source of the noise? I have already disassembled the bottom filter area to make sure nothing is caught and made sure nothing is blocking any of the 3 propeller things.
My guess given when the issue showed up is I should follow the steps for a drain hose replacement (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGgdWU30eCw
) to check to see if it has been pulled out of place. But since it seems like a hassle to pull the whole thing out I'd check in here to see if I'm chasing the right issue.
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2023.03.23 22:03 PianoMittens Trouble with prime/restart after pump replacement
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My very old star-rite 2hp finally gave up recently and I replaced it with a 1.5 hp Zoeller. I intended to use a 2hp, but Lowe's was out of stock and I impatiently decided to go for the 1.5. It's drawing from a canal approximately 150 ft away with a 7 foot incline. I pulled the components from the canal and cleaned everything, replaced the screens and put in a new check valve (facing the correct direction!) submitted by PianoMittens to Irrigation [link] [comments]
When I fill the pump and intake line via the pressure relief valve hole it will hold water for quite some time. I just watched it hold for over 20 minutes.
With the outflow ball valve closed, I let it run for a couple of minutes, then slowly open the outflow valve. After just a few seconds you can hear the water suck quickly and then it's running dry. I've done this many (20?) times.
Is it possible that the difference in the hp is the issue? Not running long enough before opening the valve? I'm worried about running it like that too long. I would think that a hole or crack in the intake line would cause the water to drain out fairly quickly when I fill it up, but maybe not? Thanks in advance for any troubleshooting guidance.
2023.03.23 21:36 Ramshacked Need win con advice on my Glissa / Necrons Deck
Hey All, I upgraded the War Hammer 40k Necron Precon deck to a Glissa Deck, added some card draw and mana ramp and better removal cards but largely kept the creature base. I was going through my decks and realized this deck doesn't really have a clear win con it. Most of my decks have clear goals, sometimes they are pump spells, or infinite combos or drain effects etc. But my necron deck doesn't really have any win con other than to keep reoccuring my necrons and win through combat and value recursion.
Part of me is like thats fine its an upgraded precon, its not meant to be highly tuned, its meant as a mid level deck to use against other mid level decks. Still, I wouldn't mind have a focused path to victory either without creeping on the power level.
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2023.03.23 21:32 No_Increase_3859 Groundwater in Crawlspace
I live in New England and we've recently been struggling with groundwater. We had a sump but the basin was not really a proper basin and also the pump died. We have been using a utility pump to drain the crawlspace to try and keep it dry but it's been a struggle. We have been trying to get a contractor out to jackhammer a larger basin (we have a sealed interior concrete crawlspace) and install a new pump but have had a hard time getting them to actually schedule a date.
My question is, our backyard also seems to have some standing water areas and gets a lot of mosquitoes. Would it be better to install a French drain out there too? When we bought the place the crawlspace was as dry as a bone..only thing I can think of is the winter snow melt we've been dealing with made things worse.
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2023.03.23 18:05 motsukun-was-here How asd feels ⛽
Good way to describe the draining aspect. Everyone has a fuel siphon, like a gas pump. For most people, it works fine and gives enough fuel to properly energize them. For me, I have a broken gas pump that can't be fixed or replaced, so most of the fuel leaks away. Temporarily though, I can patch the holes or tape the broken parts so less fuel gets wasted. Most people don't need to try fixing their siphons; everything's fine. Sometimes their issue is that there wasn't enough fuel coming out to begin with, no issue with the pump. But my fixes and patches symbolize acts of indulging interests, solitude above all, and trying to stay away from bad vibes, which in part made the siphon damage worse.
Does anybody get this? Also sorry if it sucks. Dangerously tired mind dump.
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