Why does your gas fireplace make a ringing noise?
The pressure may be too high or the orifices obstructed by ash.
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Answer . \nYou don't have to remove the fuse,just remove the module that makes the sound. It is usually a square black module about 1 inch square.Just run the car low on gas and listen for the sound under the dash and pull the module out
With standard landlines and the old style mechanical telephones, once the number is dialed the switch applies ringing generator of 90-100 vac at 20 Hz (Ring Voltage) and this causes the ringer in the phone to operate, or 'ring'. After the call is answered, or disconnected, the ringing voltage is rem…oved from the line. The same principal applies to electronic sets, however they do not have mechanical ringers (MORE)
I am having the same issue with my Jeep 2003 . I changed the AC clatch a week back ...I t was good for a couple of days but came back again
First, research the venting codes in your area.. First, research the venting codes in your area.
could be set too high of temp, DANGER!. or a difuser tube on the inside that directs the inlet flow has rusted off and the water does not flow the right way inside anymore.. or other......?
The first gas fireplace is unknown to me but the regular fireplacewas made by Benjamin Franklin and it was called the Franklin stove
Probably answered by this service bulletin: TT0404-004 APR 04 Body - Whistle from Engine Area
Use fire proof frame and sheathing material, or use old fireplace. Hook up flue, if one is directed to on the installation instructions, some units require no flue. Hook up gas from 1/2 inch gas supply pipe, a gas shut off is usually already on the new unit. Hook up power if required. Any gas log th…at is installed after 1991 has to have the mechanical damper disabled or removed according the building code. For home heating sake it is advisable to use a chimney balloon to plug the chimney when the gas log is not being used. (MORE)
A car that is in good running condition should not make a clunkingnoise. If a person pushes the gas and brake pedal at the same timecausing a car to make a clunking noise, that is an indication ofstain on the motor.
Hardware stores do not carry the parts to convert fireplaces. You MUST use the kit from the manufacturer of your fireplace or you put yourself at serious risk. If this fireplace is vent free it can not legally be converted, you have to replace the entire burner system.
what is the question, you don't put anything in a gas fireplace, especially wood, gas comes from the gas line coming in to the fireplace
A possibility may be a loose catalytic converter shield, or loose muffler hanger or clamp. Usually a noise like this is caused by something that is loose and vibrating. These issues are usually not complicated or expensive to fix. If you're talking about the engine making rattling noises, the tim…ing may be off, or it may be running too hot. Also, make sure you're using gas with the proper octane for your car. An engine noise like this is called "detonation". Detonation can cause engine damage if left untreated long enough. (MORE)
You need to have it inspected first by a licensed contractor or chimney sweep. In many cases the gas assembly was added to a wood burning fireplace, and if so, it's fine to go back to wood but the gas logs and piping must be removed first, and the chimney inspected to make sure it's clean and cle…ar to allow the smoke to draft out or you could be in risk of fire or asphyxiation. (MORE)
It could also possibly be the noise known as 'Pinking'! Pinking is the result of the fuel in the cylinder being ignited at the wrong time in the engine cycle and the expansion of the gasses created working against the piston during it's travel - producing a sort of noise that is similar to marble…s being shaken in a baked bean can. Pinking is can be caused by the ignition timing being out of sync with the engine, the air / fuel ratio being incorrect, wrong type of spark plugs, the engine compression ratio is too high for the type of fuel being used or the wrong type of fuel being used. Check the ignition timing using the appropriate equipment (strobe light) and / or use a compression tester to confirm the pressure in the cylinders as to the manufacturers specifications. Check the other possible causes as above but If there doesn't seem to be a suitable candidate for the problem after the above checks you might check the engine for carbonisation (too much carbon build-up inside the engine) and de-coke as necessary. (MORE)
Normal Fire Place because you don't have to waste money to burn it! Would you like to pay 50.00 for gas or pay 0.00 for gas! . Irvs12 ** That is partially true. You can use a fireplace with a gas supply to burn natural gas under log looking fireplace decoration. That is expensive. You can also …use the gas burner to ignite actual logs you place above the gas flame. That's just an easy way to light your fireplace. (MORE)
Replace the thermocouple. The skinny copper line that goes from the gas valve to the pilot and senses when it is lit.
There can be many reasons why a gas meter is making a squeakingnoise. If the noise is accompanied by an odor of gas, you shouldcall the gas company right away. In many cases the noise is nothingto be concerned about, but it can be annoying. The gas company maybe able to change out your meter for a n…ew one that is quiet. (MORE)
If your Gas tank is not empty, you may have a problem with your starter.
This question really can't be answered in a cut and dry fashion, because it truly depends on the specific fireplace, and chimny/stove pipe setup you're dealing with. It is possible that a gas fireplace could be, or could have been built that would allow for safe wood burning, but without knowing the… specifics, to be on the safe side, I'd say No. Put simply, I wouldn't recomend it, as it may very well result in a house fire. Someone elses answer: A true gas fireplace does not accept wood. It generally has a closed front and artificial logs or bricks to spread the heat. Some wood-burning fireplaces have a gas assist. Propane or natural gas is used to get the fire started and help smoke exhaust up the chimney. This is highly useful for those who don't have easy access to kindling wood, or for whom are art of building a fire in a fireplace is daunting, or for firewood that is damp. This is the only type of gas fireplace you can put wood into. (MORE)
i had the same problem...sum ppl told me to run my remote wire away from the 12v cuz it interferes....my problem was that theh noise filter in the stereo had burnt out....u can buy a noise filter at walmart and use that....
The question is quite broad. As a home owner; you can clean the glass, the exterior and ensure no dust is around the the air inlets. A vacuum works quite well. Do not play with or remove the gas burner or valve. Vacuum the burners inlet and outlet. Spiders can reek havoc on fireplaces that havent b…een used for a season and build nests in the orifice of the burner inlet. This is a very dangerous scenario. So i recommend you hire a qualified gas technician to do the rest. Every season check that the flu/vent/chimney has no obstructions such as birds nests, plants, etc. (MORE)
It depends on if it is a self-contained unit or not. For the most part, no, because the unit needs to have a certain amount of clearance between the four sides and its surroundings. Some have to be vented. You really need to check your owners manual to get the specifications. Edit : Look for "clea…rance to combustibles" There are ways to alter the clearance to combustibles in most places using metal sheeting, bricks, etc. (MORE)
A fireplace that is back drafting is reacting to a negativepressure being created inside the home by a clothes dryer or leakyfurnace supply duct, bath vent or laundry went, water heater orfurnace, all of these devices expel indoor air which under certaincircumstances will create a negative pressure …where the combustionmake up air is being supplied by any means possible, this may bethe fireplace. Try turning of the dryer or heater or any thing elsethat expels indoor air and see if it changes, open a window nearbyto see if it matters. if not you need to have it inspected by achimney sweep. (MORE)
From the supply lines to install off your main gas line. If this is not done by a qualified person, you must have it inspected by your local codes.
I just had that problem a mechanic will tell you its the alternator but its not its a part of the alternator called the TENSIONER BELT ASSEMBLY IT MAKES THE ALTERNATOR GRIND BECAUUSE ITS WORKING SO HARD TO TURN GET IT FIXED BEFORE U NEED A WHOLE ALTERNATOR PLUS THE TENSIONER N THE TENSION PULLEY
This depends on the switch. A lot of older fireplaces have amillivolt valve with a toggle-switch sticking out. We usuallyremove the toggle switch and run the 2 wires that were connected tothe toggle to a remote receiver box. This way any simple remotetransmitter will act like an electrical toggle sw…itch. Mostreceivers will recognize hundreds of thousands of signals so thisis usually very convenient and takes about 3 minutes to turn amanual switch into a remote switch. (MORE)
Contact your gas supplier. There are parts that will need to be replaced, and possible air shutters that will require adjustment. One part is the orifice, or jet- you need a different size.
When burning the firplace, flue must be open to avoid death/ illness from carbon monoxide.
first off you need to turn off the gas then, cap the gas line then remove the gas line and the vent pipes up in the chimney, then remove the insert or gas log, then install damper doors, put on a suitable door to the fireplace, and put a basket in the fireplace to hold the wood The above paragrap…h assumes that the fireplace was originally a wood burning fireplace that was retrofit to accommodate a gas fireplace insert and in that circumstance the information is accurate. However, if the fireplace was originally designed as a gas appliance it cannot be converted to solid fuel ( wood ). (MORE)
Usually a control valve to the side of the fireplace. Check side when gas pipe enters.
flexible corrugated metal connectors sometimes cause a whistle sound when gas pressure feeds through the orfice at the venturi, also 11 inch wc propane pressure will sometimes whistle with higher input burners.
A woodburning fireplace with a gas burner. Load it with firewood, and light the gas burner to get it started, When burning well, turn off the gas.
First off you need to turn off the gas and cap the gas line. Next, remove the gas line and the vent pipes up in the chimney. After that, remove the insert or gas log and install damper doors. Then, put on a suitable door to the fireplace. Finally, put a basket in the fireplace to hold the wood. …http://wiki.answers.com/How_do_you_convert_a_gas_fireplace_into_a_wood_burning_fireplace#ixzz17W5OFp8M . (MORE)
They are usually supplied with natural gas from a supply line, and do not require refilling. If supplied from a compressed gas tank, you have that tank refilled or replaced.
First off, you need experience in pipe-fitting. If you don't, call a plumbing company that does. The tasks you will need to perform are: . Shutting of the main gas supply and all appliances that use natural gas . Ensuring the atmosphere is free of natural gas . POINT A: Plotting out the rout…e from a point on the interior gas lines (at which you can cut, thread and fit a junction) to your fireplace. NOTE: if there is no gas fitting and fireplace feeder at the fireplace, I am not writing how to do that - See your fireplace manufacturer or literature . POINT B: Running the pipe under the floor and through the floor joists to the connection point under the fireplace . Cutting, threading and fitting the feed line from POINT A at POINT B Testing Your Work So You Do Not Blow up Your House . If you a DIYer, you may not be able to detect any gas leaks in your finished connection . Call your gas company or a certified plumbing contractor . You will need to ensure there are no leaks after you turn the gas supply back on and prior to turning appliance on that can ignite natural gas (or allowing any sparks of flames anywhere in your house. Short version: Call a pro (MORE)
It could be a couple different things. Most obvious would be brakes. If a brake is sticking and worn you could be hearing a grinding noise as you accelerate. Second could be a driveline issue. Worn u-joints or something sticking in the transfercase (4X4) could also cause a grinding noise. Best advis…e is to find a reputable service shop and have them diagnose the noise properly. Good luck! (MORE)
This be a wide range of things does it make the noise when the vehicle is in park and you rev up the engine ? It could be a heat shield on the exhaust system. it does not make the noise if it is just idling....but if you press the gas it makes a noise and when ur driving it makes noise. But I had… to put a flang where the header conects to the exaust cuz it was leaking and i thought that was where the noise was comin from but its still makin the noise. (MORE)
They vary enormously, from as low as 25% for a background heat only (eg: 6.9Kw burend but only 2Kw out to the room). to 85% (or even 100% for a flueless fire (VERY expensive). Go to a showroom and read the brochures!
Generally not a good idea- rocks may pop with quite some energy when exposed to heat of a gas flame. Ceramic artificial logs are made to withstand the heat.
Pre-ignition, the fuel detonating before it is supposed to. Can be caused by using too low an octane rating fuel. Put a few gallons of premium in the tank and see if it disappears.
Most likely it is a belt on your car. Usually the squeeling is from a loose belt while idling and will also make noises while driving.
Gas fireplace inserts are used in place of traditional wood burning fireplaces. As the name suggests, it generates heat by burning gas. The inserts normally sit in a steel or cast-iron heat exchanger sealed with a glass door. Usually you control an insert with a remote, or a wall switch. Gas firepla…ce inserts do not require direct vent or chimney. (MORE)
Gas fireplace inserts are needed so that no one gets seriously hurt from the flames by accidently falling and getting burned and from keeping kids wondering to closely to an open flame.
If you are burning wood, wait until the fire is cold, dampen a cloth and dip it in the ash tray then used it to clean the glass. Don't do this if you are burning coal.
yes i agree have it checked by some one who knows what there doing fireplaces are know for clogging do to ash and sot and the chimney may need to be cleaned
Check the prices of propane and natural gas where you are. That will be the deciding factor.
There are two types of gas fireplace logs: vented and unvented. Both types can be found at fireplace and chimney stores, and at some hardware stores. Many gas log manufacturers offer gas fireplace logs for sale online.
Check aligment of brake caliper Check trueness of rotor Clean any gunk off rotor brake surface Try another set of pads, there are different compounds available Make sure to bed new pads in properly Try another brand of rotor, preferably a heavier one Some brands/models are just prone to noise, part…icularly when wet. Not always anything (apart from switching them out) that can be done about it. (MORE)
I assume it is not possible that gel cannot move easiliy as gas fireplaces. recommendation will be a bio ethanol fireplace.
Gas fireplaces are designed to vent the heat and gas created in the persons firebox outside of their home. While a moderate amount of this heat is radiated into their home, most of the generated heat is lost through the venting process.