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My North Bay Food Dehydrator has vents on top & bottom. I need the settings for dehydrating Hot Peppers. Can you tell me where to find the settings?


You will need to experiment with the settings on your individual machine to know which setting achieves what temperature, but when you do the attached photo will give you a good range of temperatures for each type of food i.e. Meat/Fruit/herbs/etc 1_4_2014_3_42_47_pm.png

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AC air blowing from top or bottom but not from front vents


check for a bad vacuum hose from engine to cowl area of vehicle

Sep 03, 2012 | 1998 Dodge Intrepid

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The ac want blow out the top vents but the lower vents


Hi, the switch you use to change from the say top vents to the bottom is defective. You need to replace it, and you have to remove part of the facing on the dash to get at it.

Jun 02, 2011 | 1999 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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Cooking a whole chicken / lamb roast


Good Evening, I love cooking with Charcoal/Wood. The bottom vents will adjust the temp, closed the coals burn slower and cooler. The top vents also control the temp, however more importantly the flavor by keeping the smoke in or out. With a roast you want low heat so I would close the bottom vents 1/2 way or so and since i like a smokey flavor of Hickory would keep the top vents closed. The key to a good Barbeque none the less is slow cooking. It also takes fine tuning, wind, breezes all effect how fast/hot the coals burn. Don't be afraid to add more coals as needed as well. Good Luck and have a great cookout. Thanks for using FixYa. Jeff

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I have a 99 Buick LeSabre with the same problem.


if car has had dash work vent tubes may not be attached to vent opening if the job wasnt done properly-or tubes may be cracked or missing

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Need to replace car stereo.


i have a 97 and i had to take the vents they just twist and snap out easy then u have screws in there

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CANT ADJSUT THE CONTROL ON HEATER AND AIR


The controls for your heater/vent selection is inside the dash, behind the control switches you use to select the vents the heat/AC will come out.
When you move the selection levers, there's a few things that happen. Vacuum is applied to the doors (which are inside) and they open or they work using cables to move the doors or both. The different doors open, directing air flow to the vents selected.
Remove the controls from the dash (which should just be removing some screws, maybe a few small pieces of dash and pulling it out). The controls will be connected inside so they will not come out very far.
Just check to see if anything is disconnected and try operateing the controls with the heat on to see how they work.
Sometimes they just stick or the doors stick. This system is the way the 1991 models worked but since they are the exact same, it should be this way also.
Look it up in some sort of repair manual for more info. I find with these trucks, they don't heat very well using the front vents anyway. I find using the bottom vents work best for heat unless you need defrost.
The "heater" selection will atomatically use the bottom vents, "bi-level" AC will use the front and bottom vents if I remember right and regular AC will automatically use the front vents. For the trouble in removing these controls (the whole dash would need to be removed for repair) I probably would just live with the way they work if they do work atleast properly (enough heat and AC). If you find that you don't get enough heat or AC when in use, check the cooling system for proper operation and blockages/mineral buildup and check the AC system incase it needs recharging or you have leaks.

Apr 12, 2009 | 1992 GMC Sonoma

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Heater blows cold air from top vents after running for 1.3 hours


Sounds like you may be able to fix it by flushing your antifreeze and back flushing the heater core. Some car owners cheep out and put stop leak into the antifreeze, others dont change there antifreeze at all. Both are mistakes.

Mar 05, 2009 | 1990 Chevrolet Lumina

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Cold freezer/warm refrigerator


Same problem with Frigidaire Gallery model#GLRT182SAW5 (dated 2002 on back of case)

Vents were blocked with ice. Vents (from top compartment to lower) located behind light. You can check by poking a chopstick up the (2) holes; be careful not to hit fan blades.

Solution:

- took freezer coil cover off in back; checked that defrost heater element was working (marked and rotated the timer in the hole next to light); checked that fan working. Found ice in the vents and defrost drip area. Got it out with hair dryer.

- cleaned compressor coils in back (check fan is rotating; also tweaked some of the compressor tubing bends to make them more smooth - read somewhere about a manufacturing defect ...); blew out drip tube from defroster while down there.

- Set the freezer control to WARM and the refrig control to COLD (THIS SHOULD IMPROVE AIR FLOW FROM TOP TO BOTTOM).

- Put thermometers in top and bottom. Checked that refrigerator cycles (not running continuously). Checked that cold air is coming down from (2) vents behind light.

OK: so far, so good. Lower compartment is 40 or under. Top is under 18.

CONCLUSION: Suspect marginal design. Had problems with another similar model where defroster ice doesn't drain correctly, pools and refreezes. Leading to blocked vents as well as blocked defroster drain and similar problem including dripping water from top to bottom and warm bottom.

MAYBE KEEPING THE FREEZER CONTROL AT WARM GETS AROUND THE PROBLEM?? ANYWAY, ITS WORKING FOR ME FOR NOW !!

Nov 12, 2007 | Frigidaire Refrigerators

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