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    cooking

    Some help on cleveland steamer. Any help?

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    Is that a vegetable steamer?

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    what's it doing or not doing?

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    Do NOT Google that!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyevans View Post
    Do NOT Google that!!!!

    well,you're no fun are you.

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    Talking

    Quote Originally Posted by Heavyevans View Post
    Do NOT Google that!!!!
    Isn't telling people NOT to google that a really good way to ensure that they will? You know, human nature, curiosity, etc.

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    Give us the model number and tell us what the problem is.
    Mark

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    I dont think this has anything to do with cooking... ew

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    Now.....That's definately not right!!!

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    No, not that steamer. Girlfriend didn't get akick out of it either. 24 CGA steamer, steam in cabinet from drain.

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    runs to open floor drain, press solenoids not leaking by and drain not plugged, don't under stand part that looks like a filter drier

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    Not sure what "looks like a filter drier is" unless it's a thermostatic trap but it shouldn't be on a convection steamer.

    Is your drain pipe vented and run in 1.5" copper? There should also be a cold water valve that supplies drain water though a jet so the steam will not build up a vacuum and continue to go out the drain. Do they work and are those jets turned to spray down the drain?

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