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Title: Subject: Mr. Steam s/n p 6644
Post by: Alex on March 28, 2012, 10:54:14 AM

From a customer
 I had in still a new auto flush in my mr. Steam, it will only work when  in cold day, I mean really cold days and sometime that cold days still
 don't want turn off the water, when water being fill. What do I need to
 do? Hope you can help me out! Thanks!


Title: Re: Subject: Mr. Steam s/n p 6644
Post by: Earl on March 28, 2012, 10:57:33 AM
Tom. is that the whole serial number?
how old is the generator and when did you purchase the auto-flush?


Title: Re: Subject: Mr. Steam s/n p 6644
Post by: Alex on March 28, 2012, 11:00:52 AM
Earl, thanks for your e mail! The generator is about from 1996 to 1997, Auto flush was purchased in 2010 or 2011. Auto flush L2031 was replaced with PN: MS81500E, generator S/N P76644 are all of the number that is on it. When I replace the L2031 with the MS81500E it only work when it wanted to from to date one. I think the L2031 still good' but I don't know that! Thanks again! Your truly! 
                                           Tom


Title: Re: Subject: Mr. Steam s/n p 6644
Post by: Earl on March 28, 2012, 11:05:40 AM
Tom, I think I know what the problem is. The older model generator and
auto-flush used a little square red box on the top plate of the generator.
This was called a TDR or time delay relay. This was changed in the early
2000s to a PC board with the TDR built in. That is why the water keeps
running thru the generator. The new auto flush will not work with the old
generator. I'm not exactly sure if a new PC board will do the trick or not
so I am going to recommend you contact Mr. Steam Tech dept at 800-767-8326.
they may have a work around. I will contact them as well.



Title: Re: Subject: Mr. Steam s/n p 6644
Post by: Earl on March 28, 2012, 02:07:44 PM
I think we have a solution here.

Installing AutoFlush on Older Model Generators SN:899,999 and below

1. Remove the connector from the "C" location in the jacket. Cut off the connector where shown and strip back the wires approx 0.375"

2. Cut the connector off the AutoFlush cable where shown and strip back the wires approx 0.375".

3. Remove the knockout in the side of the generator and install a bushing to prevent chafing.

4. Route the wires from the AutoFlush through the knockouts and connect the white wire from the AutoFlush to the white wire from the circuit board using a wire nut.  Repeat for the black wire.

 (http://www.steamsaunabath.com/forum/uploads/auto-drain.jpg)

IMPORTANT NOTE: Contact Technical Support for installation of any equipment not shown in these instructions. (800) 707-2862

 http://www.steamsaunabath.com/catalog/files/Autoflush System rev3-08.pdf (http://www.steamsaunabath.com/catalog/files/Autoflush System rev3-08.pdf)


Title: Re: Subject: Mr. Steam s/n p 6644
Post by: Earl on March 28, 2012, 04:44:07 PM
Note from Tom;

Dear, Earl: old generator new auto flush, was in stilled from the day, I thank I have it working now. After you e mails, check the connectors, reconnect them and it worked! Thank you for your time! Have a great day!

Tom