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How do I cook crab legs for how long


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INTERNAL TEMPERATURE FOR BEEF


it all depend how you want your Beef

Rare:

• 120-130 °F (50-55 °C) Internal appearance very red; very moist with warm juices. Approximate cooking and resting time: 20-25 min./lb. plus 8-10 min. resting

Medium-rare:

• 130-140 °F (55-60 °C) Internal appearance lighter red; very moist with warm juices. Approximate cooking and resting time: 25-30 min./lb.. plus 8-10 min. resting

Medium (with a touch of pink):

• 140-150 °F (60-65 °C) Internal appearance pink red color; moist with clear pink juice. Approximate cooking and resting time: 30-35 min./lb. plus 8-10 min. resting

Well-done:

• 150-165 °F (65-75 °C) Internal appearance no pink or red, slightly moist with clear juices


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Wiring diagram for maxim rice cooker


The Hamilton Beach has options for white rice, "whole grain" (which means any non-white rice), simmer, and a "quick rice" function (which eliminates the soak that happens during the standard cooking time). These are all nice options, and they all work well. If you're somebody who makes rice regularly, or needs to feed a hungry family every night, this guy is the way to go. At $50, it's the rice cooker I'd recommend to anyone regardless of their cooking aptitude or rice-consumption goals. And despite its cavernous bowl, it was surprisingly easy to find someplace to store it-even in my tiny kitchen.On the high end of the spectrum, I tested Zojirushi's newest model: the Induction Heating Pressure Rice Cooker. This Ferrari of rice makers costs a shocking $500, though that price can vary depending on the size you select and where you buy it. The company claims that pressurizing the rice and cooking it for longer makes it easier to digest and, thus, healthier for you in the long run. I have no idea if that's true, but it sure sounds good. They also put platinum in the non-stick coating, which they say causes the cooking water to become alkaline, breaking down proteins on the rice's surface and allowing the water to penetrate more easily. And the whole thing uses induction heating, which lets the unit control the cooking temperature more precisely.
The Zojirushi is, by far, the most complicated rice cooker I have ever used. I've been playing with it for months and I haven't yet fully mastered it. But I will say that it makes the best brown rice I've ever had outside of a professional kitchen. As for whether or not the pressure makes the rice better, it's hard to say. White rice tastes basically the same in all of these machines.
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I have an 85 Ford tempo automatic transmission will not shift into higher gears until car is fully warmed up it tries to shift but keeps going back into first.


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Sounds like it is slipping due to internal seals being cooked. I say this because smells warm sounds to me like it means a hint of burntness which points at the transmission overworking and heating up to the point of cooking the seals (they will shrink and not provide a seal anymore) which can cause the transmission to hesitate or even slip out of gear. So it would need the transmission rebuilt or replaced.

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Engine cuts out only when fully warmed up. Also, starts idling very rough when fully warmed up. Also after fully warmed up it will not restart until it cools down. Definitely temperature sensitive.


two things to check. First, check the EGR valve to see if it is sticking open. this valve is not activated until the engine is warm. This valve could also have a vacuum leak in its diaphragm so check the valve out thoroughly.

Second, there is an engine coolant temp (ECT) sensor that alerts the engine computer as to when the engine is warmed up. If this sensor is faulty and stuck in the full cold mode, it will tell the computer that the engine is cold even when it is fully warmed. The computer will then use the cold engine fuel schedule which is way too much fuel for a warm engine. The engine will run too rich and sputter. In this condition, the computer will schedule too much fuel for a warm start and the engine will flood. That is why you must wait for it too cool down and "match" the faulty sensor.

Note: the ECT has two wires going to it and is dedicated to informing the engine computer. It has nothing to do with the engine temp gauge on the dash board instrument panel. The sender for the dash gauge has only one wire. The two sensors are easily confused.

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The ac blows warm i tried recharging and it took a whole 12oz can but still blows warm some1 checked it n said my a pump was not going on and another person told me that if it is not fully recharged that...


Purchase 1 more can and allow it enough time to fully get into the system. You can have the car running while this is happening so it warms the can allowing it to charge faster. Let me know.

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How much warm up time does a dodge sprinter 2500 diesiel require in the winter time?


At idle it can take hours to fully warm up

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Normally you should see good temp and good heat after driving about 15 minutes after the first cold start of the day.

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Looking at your brief description can I guess that when warm the starter turns slowly? as if a flat battery?
If this is so then the starter windings and armature are possibly cooked??
Have you recently tried cranking the engine too much? or with a poorly charged battery?
When cranking the starter gets very warm and if not left to cool after 5 seconds of cranking can cook the wiring/armature internals of starter.
When your engine is cold the Windings/armature are too so will turn easier, but when warm all internals are expanded so more drain and heat! then causing the starter to revolve slowly taking a lot of power from engine and ignition circuitry.
This can also be caused from trying to start a vehicle with low battery, Volts go down Amps go up cooking/frying the winding/armature.
I am suggesting this as all I have to go on from the description STARTS COLD BUT ONCE IT IS WARM???? I hope this helps,
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