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assuming you have a gas rang here sounds like a bad ignitor, too long to light causes a "popping "noise when it finally does, as well as extending cooking time and perhaps slight smell of gas while cooking, all signs of bad ignitor.when you start the oven should light bake bar in 40-60 secs. any longer, bad ignitor
easy part to replace yourself part num wb2x9154, remove bottom of oven cavity, 2 screws mount ignitor to burner and 2 wires lead from ignitor( use wire nuts provided if needed . and makes no difference which wire goes where theres no polarity.
there could be a slight hole in one of the air intale hoses and can only be heard at idle as drowned out by engine noise , i'd get the OBD codes read this should tell you which , if any , sensor/switch etc could be causing this issue, keep me posted if you wish
The symptoms of only pops half the popcorn is a hard one to trouble shoot. 1.Check your popcorn, old popcorn dries out. As it loses moisture its ability to pop is reduced. Popcorn only lasts about 90 days after opening the air tight packaging. 2. If it is a oil popper, make sure the stirring rod is turning during the popping cycle. They sometimes can stir, but once the popping starts the pressure of the corn can stall a motor. This results in the first half popping, and the second half burning on the bottom. 3. Popper is too cold. This has symptoms of a long, long popping cycle, and half the corn popping the other half just turning brown. Some machines had adjustable thermostats inclosed, most home units do not. Letting it pre-heat longer does not help, the temperature is controlled by a thermo-stat.
i have three of these in my amp repair shop. one of them does exactly this. as well, the other two are suspect to the same issue. i believe it is low quality leaky or shorting caps. are you using the xlr inputs or 1/4 inch inputs? so far, these are working good thru the 1/4 inch jacks, but the xlr inputs are squeely with feedback and i get that loud bang/pop from one of them. kustom wants me (my shop) to be an authorized repair station for them. i want to be able to resolve these three amps before i accept. if they are a nightmare to deal with, then i will tell them no way. i will post back with in the next week with more results and hopefully i will have precise solution with parts and procedures. yost amplifier repair yostamplifier.com
Poping is an indication that there is a restiction of the water flow.
Simple answer .... and it does happen , plumbing is in reverse.
other possiblity is restiction in water flow as a result of scale,or defect bypass in front header
Have a gas tech come out and have alook.
When Popper Has Popped Corn Just Before. 1. Pour the properly measure amount of Oil into the kettle. 2. Wait about 45 seconds - or until the Oil in the kettle starts to smoke slightly. 3. Pour the contents of the properly measured corn cup (kernels plus popcorn salt or Flavacol) into the kettle. 4. Wait about 2 1/2 minutes. If you are using a pan on the stove without an agitator, you must constantly shake gently. When the crackling noise of the popping corn is no longer heard, dump the kettle and empty it completely. 5. Repeat if needed for more popcorn. 6. When you are finished popping, turn off the kettle agitator switch (if you have one) and turn off the Pilot light/ heat switch. 7. After the machine has cooled enough so as not to be dangerously hot, wipe the outside of the kettle with a soft damp cloth. This helps prevent a heavy build-up of the Oil.
TIPS - Bagged floss keeps a day or two, depending on the humidity - Use bags to make and display cotton candy in advance - use cones for immediate sales - Unless you're experienced, it's best to turn off the motor to refill the spinner head - If machine will be used more than 20ft. from power source, be sure to have an adequate extension cord