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Takes longer and longer to heat up and turn on

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Replace CP150, CP114 and CP120 capacitors. You can get replacement capacitors under the RCA parts category at the following link.
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However when I turn the heat on it does not allow the car to heat up immediately, then when my windows are fogged up it takes time to clear the windows what could this be. thank you


It takes time for an engine to warm up. The heat from the heater comes from the water running through the engine. If the engine is cold, it will take a while for the heater to work. If the engine has a thermostat problem, it takes even longer. The thermostat is not supposed to open until the engine is heated up. If it stays open, the cold water takes a lot longer to heat up. A quick check is when the engine is cold, start it up and with the radiator cap off , have a look in at the radiator water. it shouldn't be flowing as the thermostat shouldn't be open. If the water is flowing on a cold engine, I would say the thermostat has jammed open and that's why its taking so long to heat up.

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How long does it take for the heat to turn on


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I have a hotpoint electric stove. The element glows underneath the cook top and then goes dark, then glows again. It repeats this process. Is something wrong is is this normal. I bought it used.


This is all normal. The element is turning on and off as determined by the temperature setting you have chosen. When nothing is on the cooktop, it will heat up up very quickly, and shut off. As soon as the temperature drops the thermostat senses this and applies power to turn the element on again. This rapid cycle repeats over and over.

If you place a pot, skillet, pan, etc. with water, in it - and do this again, you'll see that the on / off cycle is slowed. It stays on longer as the water absorbs the heat much more slowly than an empty pot (or cooktop with nothing on it) so it takes longer for the thermostat to see the rising temperature. Once it is at the desired temperature, the heat in the water takes longer to cool, so the element stays off longer.

You'll see the element turn on and off even when the water hasn't gotten hot all the way because the element makes heat much faster than the water can absorb it.

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Why is this kettle so noisy


Kettles generally do this, Here's why: As it's heating up, the water next to the element turns to gas and starts to rise to the top. Since the gas bubbles are small at first, they turn back to water before reaching the surface and water rushes in to fill the space - this is what creates the noise. When the element gets quite hot, however, it can convert the water to gas more quickly which creates bigger bubbles that float to the top and burst into the air.
So, the longer it takes to heat up, the longer it makes noise. Some kettles have a more powerful element that simply gets to the second stage more quickly. The 'cordless' ones like yours have a smaller connection from the power to the element and it takes a bit longer. Worthwile, considering the convenience, in my opinion.

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Our brand new kitchen aid oven will blow hot air for up to a half hour after it has been turned off. This seems unusually long- what is the expected time of cooling off?


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That depends on the ambient temperature in the room..if your room is fairly warm you can expect it to take longer then if the room is cool...
I would say though that 1/2 hour is pretty normal...it is good to get the unit cooled down, the less time it is warm the longer it will last... heat kills ovens...even though they are made to take heat...

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My dryer take longer and longer to dry clothes. I


check to make sure lint trap is clean also make sure exhaust is not clogged. if both are clear than you probably need to replace your heating elements. if this the case than you need to call an appliance repair tech. trying to do it yourself could result in electricution. also make sure your drum is turning.

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My heat pump blows cold air for the first 10 minutes or so


Don't know how long you have had a heat pump but thats the nature of them in colder weather. Some people prefer to switch to "emergency heat" on the t-stat when temps fall below 20 or 25 degrees. This bypasses the heat pump and allows your back-up heat to heat the house. If your house is total electric your emergency heat is an electric furnace and it should handle the load if it was sized properly. Don't leave it on emergency when it warms up because your heat pump is much cheaper to operate than the furnace. As always, check your air filter since it can restrict the amount of air that moves thru the furnace, which is critical. Hope this helps

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