I actually wired the weep system directly from the weep mizer to the solenoid, bypassing the Coleman unit (just in case).
It took the repair guys 2 days to get the place running again! It only took from Christmas until today. A job well done! Way to work under pressure! (He is also managing them from out of state.)
Apparently I wired my weep system up incorrectly because today two of my bays would blow fuses when turned to rinse. It is really 2 problems: one problem was my ground for the 2 bays was bad and the second problem was that I did not hook up the weep system correctly, duh!
Most unprofessional weep wire job ever? Well the solenoid valve that I was replaced was 24 volts and mine is 110 volts. Solution? Just use an extension cord! Also I had lots of extra parts left over.
The break-in happened on or before Christmas and they are just starting to work on fixing the problems! Wow… you can tell this is run by someone on salary (the bank owns it).
I went to AutoZone and picked up a lawn mower belt. The guy selling it told me the belt doesn’t need teeth if the pulleys are smooth, so I should be fine. I installed it and everything worked fine.
Well, I have never had one of these break: a high pressure pump belt. The belt has teeth and I really have no clue where to purchase one of these so I am going to wait until tomorrow.
It seems like everything at the carwash is going to die. Now one of my coin acceptor is dead. I don’t think it is related to the freeze but why not blame it?
I do not think that any freeze is complete without one of my high pressure nozzles being clogged.