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You don't boil corn for making popcorn, it must be dry as taken from the bag. If needs a certain amount of moisture to pop, but not boiled.
If you want to boil corn kernels or corn on the cob, 20 minutes in boiling salted water will cook it perfectly. Frozen corn, only about 10 minutes, canned cream corn, just until it simmers.
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under the truck there should be a little black tube. Using some light gauge wire, Stuff it up inside the tube and get the debris free from is, after this you will need to open the HVAC system ( I like to go through the blower motor opening, which you will need to remove the blower motor) and vacuum out the debris.
Might be mostly water. Check the gravity of the coolant, one of those little floaty ball things at walmart, $2, If it is not up to par with 50/50 coolant, fill it up or drain some of the water out. It is building up too much pressure and releasing the boiling stuff into the reserve tank, the cap could be bad, not tight, could be a blown head gasket, check this stuff out. Look for oil in the top of the radiator, steam out the exhaust, usually loses water though. Water boils at 220 and coolant 260 in a closed system, keep an eye on the temp gauge, do not let it over heat. It will be shot if it does. Hope this helps.
Drain the coolant, undo the thermostat housing and remove the thermostat. Drop it into a pan of boiling water and watch closely. The thermostat should pop open. Take the pan off the boil and watch for about ten minutes, the 'stat should pop closed. If the 'stat does not respond then is is dead and new one is required, along with a gasket. Renew the coolant if rust colored. Top up thoroughly squeezing hoses to encourage air bubble removal.
could be a little vapor lock in the hydralics. get new fluid **** out old stuff with turkey baster then refill with new stuff.open bleed screw at trans and let half of the fluid just drain out untill clear as the new stuff keep it filled while doig this so no air will get in. moisture in brake fluid greatly lowers boil point making vapor lock more common
Based on the description it looks you've got some non-liquid stuff got into the drain and you will need something more forceful than the boiling water. What you will have to do is to take the drain out and push the clog out.
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sounds like you have a clogged defrost drain tube. removing back panel of freezer will give you acess to drain trough, melt away the ice with a hair dryer, youll find a drain hole under there somwhere,pouring boiling water down the drain will clear it pretty quickly( i use a steam machine purchased from the infomercials works awesome, after you clear it and all water drain down tube wrap a piece of solid copper wirearound the heater( black calrod heater right above the drain trough) and stick it in the whole maybe an inch or so. now everythime the heater comes on to defrost it will prevent the hole from freezing over