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To reset the air filter indicator on the Lux TX1500U, first set the slide switch to the right of the LCD screen to Filter. (You'll have to flip open the cover.) Press Next to see the number of days left on the counter. Now press the Up and Down buttons simultaneously to set the counter to the original value for the time between filter changes. Return the slide switch to Run when the counter is reset.

This is shown on page 29 of the manual which is available from the manufacturer here: https://www.luxproducts.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/07/tx1500u_manual_en.pdf . I hope this helps.

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american standard error of 156... on a car? If PO0156, thats an ODB2 sensor... possibly the second O2 sensor on your emission system. You can reset the code and see if within 100 miles it lights back up... Likely it will. You may have a burned out catalytic converter... or a bad O2 sensor... or a blown head gasket, or many other things. If that is the ONLY code I would go forward with the O2 sensor. Look it up on ebay, year, make and model of car. Typically if one o2 goes, the other will follow. It is symptomatic of the cat going out though. How many miles on the car? More than 150,000? Likely its the catalytic converter. They are a consumable in your car. It will affect your mileage significantly while the code is on, and typically if it is the o2 sensor itself that has gone bad ( between 30 and 100$ per) and the cat is ok, if you don't fix the o2 sensor, the cat will burn up (cost between 200 and 700, and a bunch to swap out) Get it checked out, you're looking at more bucks the longer you wait

American... | Answered 13 hours ago


mr heater makes a whistling sound as gas escapes around the gasket of the ceramic heating elements, that is ,all around the outside edges of the ceramic heating elements.

You can find out exactly where the gas leak is , by pressing down on the outside edges of the ceramic elements with a big, long
slotted (flat bladed) screwdriver while mr heater is running and hot.

The screwdriver needs to be long enough so that you dont burn your hands [the longer & bigger the screwdriver, the better] & it does not hurt to wear heavy gloves too, because it gets very hot, very fast in front of mr heater.
The thicker the blade of the screwdriver is, the less chance of damaging the ceramic heating element because a thick bladed screwdriver will not concentrate all the pressure in just 1 tiny point.

You are not trying to crack the ceramic with a wood chisel.

Dont press down so hard that you break the ceramic heating element, start by pressing down gently and gradually increasing pressure until you notice a change in the whistle or sparks comming out of the heating element as loose carbon deposits
come out of the heating element and burn in the propaine flame.

When you press down on one edge ,the other opposite edge may come up slightly, resulting in loose carbon deposits escaping and burning as sparks.

also, you may not be pressing at the spot where the gas whistling is comming from and will need to move the screwdriver flat blade around the edges, here & there, to test for the effect of pressing down.

When you press down on the outside edge where the diamonds stop, while mr heater is whisteling, the whisteling will stop & mr heater will run quite. Sometimes, just pushing down with the screwdriver will stop the whisteling ,for a while,and maybe a good long while.

The big pain in the **** solution is to put a new gasket around the
ceramic heating elements, but there is no guarantee that the new gasket will not whistle.
Its a big ,nasty job, which I would rather not do--so I just push down with the screwdriver, to temporarly stop the whisteling, I guess it depends on how much the whisteling annoys you, as to if you want to go thru all the effort & expense of changing out the gaskets, without knowing if it will still whistle when you are done.

Im just a diy guy that has 3 big buddys I keep going for 4 yrs now.
I took one apart to look 4 the cause of the gas whistling, and then put it back together. Funny,it stopped whisteling & that was 3 yrs ago. I didnt put in any new parts.

It may help ,a lot ,to increase the pressure with which the Mr heater ceramic is pressed down against the gasket material.


This is accomplished by a heavy stainless steel wire that runs behind the ceramic heater element and goes through sheet metal
tabs on each side of the ceramic mounting frame.
You can bend the wire and the tabs,but only a little bit, and be very careful not to break the tabs because the tabs are not repairable, to increase the downwards pressure of the ceramic element against the gasket material. This may stop the gas whisteling--
its a try & see thing, a finicky adjustment, that sometimes works
& sometimes does not and sometimes, after a week or two, the ceramic might reseat itself against the gasket material and the whistling stop. Mine did stop whistling, but not until a couple of months after i did the job, due ,i think to reseating of the cermic against the gasket material. its try & see thing.


also ,a gas tank that has higher than average gas pressure may start gas whistling up but the whistling will stop after you have burned up the higher pressure of the propaine.

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Marvin 7260 heater takes a T100W halogen bulb. Max 100 watt rating.

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the light flashing indicates there is a problem. you can try reseting the system by turning the power supply off and back on again 30 sec later, if the same thing happens you need to count the number of light flashers and that relates to a fault code

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