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What can i do to get better heat in cabin area of this car


You need to get a hotter stat for winter....plus you need to reduce air flow into radiator. You can reduce flow by installing a piece of cardboard in front of radiator. Please only cover partially as complete coverage coyld cause overheating. You are only teying to reduce not elim
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Dec 19, 2014 | 2000 Chevrolet Monte Carlo

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How do I Remove stat


Hi there,

You STAT is the mode where you can do all your statistical calculations. To change between Normal mode and STAT mode press the MODE button (just below ON) and choose 0 for Normal.

May 30, 2014 | Sharp el-531x scientific calculator

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Ho do I get DEG off of my calculator


Change to a different angular mode. Press the DRG key, use the left/right arrow to select the desired mode, then press ENTER twice.

Be aware that whatever angular mode you select, the display will show either "DEG", "RAD", or "GRAD" to indicate the mode.

May 07, 2014 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

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My HP-12B calculator is in grad mode I need to be in deg, how do I change ?


Is there a button marked DEG->? That is the standard calculator button used to change mode. It could possibly be the shift function of another button.

Mar 05, 2011 | HP Office Equipment & Supplies

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How to switch from the decimal degree to degrees, minutes, seconds


Keys 1. I displays the following menu that lets you change the angle mode setting to DEG, RAD, and GRD without affecting the value in the display. DEG Sets degree mode. RAD Sets radian mode. GRD Sets gradient mode. The default setting is DEG. 2. = displays a menu that lets you specify the unit of an angle. º Specifies degrees. å Specifies minutes. æ Specifies seconds. r Specifies radians. g Specifies gradients. DMS Lets you convert an angle from decimal degrees to DMS notation. Notes · The examples on the transparency masters assume all default settings. · Angles with a trig function ignore the angle mode setting and display results in the original unit. Otherwise, angles (without a trig function) are converted and displayed according to the angle mode setting. · You enter decimal-degree angles the same as you would any other number. · For decimal/DMS conversions, the calculator interprets all values as degrees, regardless of the angle-unit setting. · DMS angles are entered as º (degrees), ´ (minutes), and ´´ (seconds You watched 2 videos that were 2:05 (2 hours and 5 minutes) and 1:46 (1 hour and 46 minutes) in length. How long did you watch videos? = Press Display 2 = ¡ å æ r g & - DEG < 2¡ DEG 5 =" ¡ å æ r g & - DEG <T 1 = < 2¡ 5å + 1¡ DEG 46=" << 2¡ 5å + 1¡ 46å ' 3.85 DEG =! % ¾DMS ---- DEG << Ans ¾ DMS ' 3¡ 51å 0æ DEG Degrees, Minutes, and Seconds to Decimal © 1999 TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INCORPORATED TI-30X ùS: A Guide for Teachers 96 How much is 2/3 of an hour in hours, minutes, and seconds? = Press Display 2 N 3 2®3 DEG =! % ¾DMS ---- DEG << 2®3 ¾ DMS ' 0¡ 40å 0æ DEG

Aug 19, 2010 | Texas Instruments TI-30 XIIS Calculator

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Honeywell CT500 Electronic Thermostat showing 73 deg room temp when room temp is actually 77 degs. Can thermostat be calibrated?


Yes,
Most all the Honeywell t-stats can be calibrated...
check out this tip to find the manual for your t-stat and then how to get into the installer setup program...

Manual Honeywell How to Find Honeywell Manuals
http://www.fixya.com/support/r3894275-manual_honeywell_find_honeywell_manuals

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Aug 13, 2010 | Honeywell CT500 Digital Heat / Cool Manual...

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DEG mode


The DEG indicator has absolutely nothing to do with division, fraction or other operations. It is relevant only when you are calculating trigonometric functions (Sine, Cosine Tangent and their inverse functions.)

When you are calculating trigonometric functions the results depend on the angle unit the calculator is configured for
DEG >> angle values are in degrees.
RAD>> angle value are in radians

From the equivalence 180 deg =Pi radians you get
1 rad= 180deg/Pi=180 deg/3.14..=57.29577951 degrees.

The DEG indicator merely reminds you that angles are in DEG. If you change the unit to RADians the RAD indicator will be displayed instread.

Apr 15, 2010 | Casio FX-260 Calculator

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Can you tell me the order in which each componet of a gas furnace comes on to start the furance?


Yes there is a sequence:
0:00 Dial for fan/limit switch is at 70 deg position. Furnace is cold. I turn T-stat to 80 deg to start furnace.
1:00 Burner comes on and dial begins to move slowly up.
2:30 Dial at 140 deg and fan motor comes on. Dial never goes above 150 deg.
3:00 Burner turns off. Dial slowly moves back towards 90 deg.
4:45 Burner turns on and dial is at 110 deg.
4:50 Fan turns off with dial still at 110 deg.
5:30 Burner off. Dial at 120 deg.
6:15 Fan on. Dial at 140 deg. Burner is still off.
7:00 Burner on. Dial at 120 deg.
7:40 Burner off. Dial still at 120 deg.
8:30 Fan off with dial at 110 deg., and it quickly snaps back to the 80 deg. position.
8:30 plus, cycle continues.....

Mar 25, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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The fan on my central heating system keeps running


IN MOST PROGRAMMABLE STATS THERE IS A FACTORY DEFAULT PROGRAM.IT COULD BE
RUNNING IN THAT MODE.FIRST,CHANGE THE BATTERIES IN THE STAT.ALSO,THEY HAVE A
RESET BUTTON ON THE CIRCUIT BOARD.TRY THAT.AND,BY THE WAY,YOU ARE NOT SAVING
ANY MONEY BY DOING A TEMP SETBACK.THE HEAT SYSTEM WILL USE JUST AS MUCH
FUEL EVERYDAY TO RECOVER THE LOST HEAT DURING THE SETBACK PERIOD.ALSO,THE STAT COULD JUST BE BAD.

Mar 05, 2009 | Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater

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Thermostat set at 71 deg overshoots to 74 deg


if its a mercury bulb stat it must be perfectly level. or it will overshoot or under shoot depending on which way it is out of level. the heat anticipator under the cover if its an older stat should be .4 to .6 or it will over shoot. that is what lets it know that by the time it shuts off burner or strips and cycles down the fan it should be at the desired temp. if its digital be sure the hole in the wall behind it is sealed 100 percent. even a little cold or warm air leaking into the back of the stat can cause faulty readings and over or under temps. if this doesn't correct the stat itself may be bad and in need of new. good luck.

Dec 05, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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