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  1. #14
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    If your condensate traps are leaking ( what looks like a dryer) coming off the compartment supply lines then you could have the steam travel back up the compartment drain line and vent. Normal function of these traps are to drain off any water in the steam supply lines but not allow the steam to vent.

  2. #15
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    Steamer works great in on position. yes on the jmet stream. yes 1.5" black iron though. 3 90's and less than 4' run.
    steam vent through drain when in stanby. Going to have to find a parts break down.

  3. #16
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    Look at drawing number 105881. Most likely your problem is here.

    http://www.clevelandrange.com/docs/u...GA10_Parts.pdf

  4. #17
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    I believe Ur correct, Think they can be cleaned? they are not cheap, but easy to replace

  5. #18
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    If you are talking about the thermostatic trap it's best just to change them out. They can't be taken apart to be cleaned and if you try to soak them in a cleaning solution your labor would be more than the cost of the trap.

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    thank you for the hel[p, traps took care of the problems

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