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What should the water temperature be?

Dishwashers (d/w) require water temp to be in the 140 degree range to properly dissolve the detergents, oils and food waste in addition to aiding in the drying process. Most d/w have a heating element in it to assist in bringing the temp up to requirements, but not all. To know what your d/w offers, you will have to read the owners booklet that came with it. Many units will have a selection available for "sani heat" or "temp boost". These will also raise the water temp, but it is best to start with the hottest water available to it by running the sink faucet until you see steam in the sink. Keep in mind, water will steam at lower temps according to the room temp you are in. So steam does not necessarily mean you have 140 degree water. Water heaters have some adjustment to them, but that is best left up to a qualified plumber so you don't risk scalding. Hope this helps.

Dec 29, 2014 | Kenmore 24 in. Elite UltraWash Built-In...

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Frigidaire Oven Problem

please post the model Number i can look it up but just off hand there maybe an oven sensor (thermistor) problem this in inside the oven and tells the electronic ctrl board what the actual temp is in the oven it says 135 beacause it will until the temp reachs that after that as the temp goes up it will read 140 150 160 .. and so on until it reachs the set temp .. Is the oven getting hot and are there any fault codes coming up??

Jan 28, 2008 | Ovens

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Car heater blows cold air

The coil is blocked my friend
You need to clean it out car manufacturers never put filters

Jan 04, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Chevy diesel 1994 6.5 turbo

go to the given link it will help you to fix the problem easily

Nov 13, 2017 | Cars & Trucks

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I have a 502 big block chevy motor in a 1963 nova with a aftermarket northern aluminum radiator & 195 degree thermostat. On a 90 to 100 degree day the motor slowly heats (20 minutes of running or more) up...

A thermostat should only allow flow after reaching its desired temp, 195, however, if this is just idling and you have a brand new aluminum 4 core radiator then it may really not be reaching temp and reading low because of no load and a great radiator. I assume top of the intake manifold is where your temp sender is? Did you use a laser infra red temp reader and point it at the block in several spots? You may see175, 185, etc all over the side of the eng. The neck of the thermostat housing should be the closest to 195 but the lower hose might read 140 / 150. Alum radiators work awesome so when that thermostat does open it's a rush of cooler coolant. What is it doing when you drive steadily @ 40 - 50 mph? If the gauge reads say 140 and just fluctuates slightly from that then I would say yes, replace the thermostat. If your gauge shows it now reaching temperature then it's just that your radiator is doing a helluva job when it idles. BTW, electric fans? On a switch or temp sender? Or mechanical fan always pulling air even at idle?
Hope this helps

Jan 26, 2018 | Cars & Trucks

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2004 Impala ls temperature dash gauge

fans came late on those car,like 212 and second fan comes on at 224,you reprogram it to come a lot sooner,,other thing is there might be gunk inside the block,and coolant has hard time to pass through,and staying longer than enough in block temp goes high,even tough the radiator is doing it's job,it is just coming out block lot hotter than it suppose to be,and gauge read the block not the radiator

Apr 18, 2017 | 2004 Chevrolet Impala

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Engine temp

try skewing the engine coolant temperature sensor with a multi-meter and a temp vs resistance or voltage chart. the ect could be out of range and not set a code. also check actual engine temp with an infrared thermometer. hope this helps

Jan 26, 2010 | 1997 GMC Jimmy

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Washer is a top load set it hot water and starts with hot and then will go cold willnot stay on hot G E Profile ,model wwa8350g

most new washers sense water temp and will try to adj final tub water temp by alternately running cold or hot as needed ..most hot settings are not faucet temp but a predetermined temp so if your hot water is 140 degrees coming in the control will switch the cold on to bring final tub water temp down to preset ..which could be as low as 100 degrees the industry's way of energy conservation

Sep 23, 2008 | GE Washing Machines

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Temp gauge in car

tempture should be abetween 140 and 220F, any where close to that????
do the meter read when you turn the key to ACC of ON????
if so, you have short.

Aug 01, 2008 | 1983 Nissan 280ZX

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