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Yes if you will use the fryer as pasta cooker or for boiling other products, just make sure that the thermostat setting will not exceed 212F/100C (boiling point of water). Also, make sure that extra attention is needed because water evaporates fast (must be refilled as soon as the water is on the minimum level) to avoid dry firing which will surely damage your tank.

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My uncle put car was running hot my uncle,PUT WATER IN WHERE THE OIL GOES,AND OIL SHOUT EVERWHERE,SO I GOT IT PULLED ,ITS BEEN DRAINED,OIL CHANGED,SO WHY IS IT STILL RUNNING HOT?


From my experience, oil and water mixed together produces a muddy, inconsistent, frothy slime. So you need an additive the will open your oil passages back up, and help your oil pump build correct pressure. A product called "Seafoam" is ideal for this. Add 1 can of Seafoam oil and gas treatment to your oil (don't overfill). When your temperature stabilizes, change your oil again and add 1/2 can of seafoam this time. You should be OK.

Now, before get to work on your car, consider any other possibilities that may have occurred. Perhaps the car had blown a head gasket and now water from the cooling system is crossing into the oil return port in the head. This would make the oil on the dipstick appear exactly as if someone put coolant or water in the oil fill port.

Another possibility is a cracked head. Not the end of the car's useful life but definitely a few days in the shop. Same oil appearance as mistaking oil cap for coolant cap and blown head gasket.

OK, so lets diagnose: Let the car cool down completely. Remove the radiator cap. Start the car and carefully observe the water in the in radiator or coolant reservoir.. I say carefully because the coolant can suddenly Kick up in your face, especially if the separations between oil, water, combustion chambers has been been breached. If you see bubbles or a splashing of water out of the radiator, then you'll have to deal with servicing the engine heads. Hope this helps, remember to keep the kids back from the car, wear safety goggles and gloves, don't get in a hurry, keep a log of what you do and in what order, and make sure the engine is cool. It should take no more than 30 seconds to make this initial diagnosis.
-K.

Nov 23, 2015 | Cars & Trucks

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Have you had any recalls on this product?


Hi there.
If the bubbles come up after loading products on fryer, check the product load quantity and reduce as needed so oil will not overflow. Bubbles came from the water content of the product; more water inside the product, the more bubbles it will produce during cooking so it it better to check the loading quantity.
Regards.

Jun 22, 2014 | Imperial IFS40 Deep Fryer

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Won't start when Cold. All systems check out Good


Sounds like water in the fuel lines.

There's Water in Your Fuel Line

Besides your vehicle's oil and car battery, the fuel line can also be an issue during winter. In theory, there should be no water in your fuel line from the start. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. When your fuel lines freeze no gasoline can get to the motor, meaning combustion is halted, which leads to your car not turning over.
Condensation from temperature fluctuations could leave water in your gas line or fuel tank, which causes further complications.
Using fuel with a low alcohol content or premium fuel is one solution. However, in many cases, it may be necessary to repair or replace your fuel lines entirely. You can buy a product that dries up the water in the gas tank when the car is warm from auto parts store. Use a lighter weight oil because your oil gets thicker when below freezing. Try a 5w weight oil.

Oct 19, 2017 | 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500

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How can I clean stains in concrete?


It depends what the stain is. Concrete is porous and like clothing, some stains are permanently set. Detergents remove oils. Surfectants take it a step further. Acid removes scale. Cat litter can soak up standing oil. Once clean to satisfaction, seal the concrete to help prevent future staining.

Jul 22, 2013 | Building Materials

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Washed clothes with gasoline on them. Put into dryer now washer and dryer smell like gasoline. How do I get it out?


To remove gas (petrol) smell from clothing, soak overnight in baby oil (use like you would downy), then wash in baking soda, then wash with normal detergent. It will rid "gas smell" from an entire basket of clothes. Air Dry ONLY
From ehow website:
Step1
Buy a bottle of baby oil. Since gas is an oil based product it is going to take an oil based product to clean the gas out of your clothing. Baby oil is a great product to use as it shouldn't, in most cases, cause further damage to your clothing.
Step2
Soak your clothes with a bit of laundry detergent, water, and a generous portion of baby oil. Also dab some right on the stain before soaking.
Step3
Swash your clothes in the water for a while and let them sit for about five minutes. Transfer the clothes into your washer, once again remembering not to mix them with any other clothing, and let the cycle finish.
Step4
Wash the clothes. If you have a top load washer, let it partially fill up about 1/4 of the way with water. Put some of the baby oil in the wash with the clothes and swash it around a bit. Once the washer cycle begins, add the detergent and let the cycle finish. Make sure that your gas coated clothes are the only clothes you put in the wash.
Step5
Dry your clothing. Make sure you only AIR DRY on a clothes line these clothes. It could take more than one wash to get all the oil out of your clothing. If you use the dryer after the first, or even the second time, you could risk starting a fire in your dryer.
Step6
Check and see if any smell remains in your clothing. If the smell of gas remains on the clothing repeat the wash with baby oil again until the smell is gone.

Sep 04, 2011 | Frigidaire Electric Dryer

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It leaks water from underneath


It is not really leaking water (did you put water inside?) ... that is probably condensate ... a by product of the cooling process. Are you in a high humidity area? If yes ... that is the primary reason for this water.

Here in North America, we think that only white wine should be chilled and then only to 'celler' temp (or about 55 degrees F.

You may be able to reduce the water problem if

(1) up the temp in the cooler (it isn't a refrigerator - don't use it as one)
(2) don't put 'hot' wine inside
(3) put a small fan blowing on the cooler to help evaporate the condensate.

If the water is a big problem, sit your frig on a big tray, similar to the one you might put under your car in the garge to catch dripping oil.

I hope you find these suggestions helpful.

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Feb 05, 2011 | Haier BC112G Wine Cooler

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Leacking coolant fluid slowly


There are several ways to check this problem. The most reliable is a Radiator pressure tester which you might be able to borrow with a deposit from Autozone or Oreillys or Advance. The old-time Service stations used to use them. For sure Radiator repair shops still use them. The idea is to put air pressure in the water system and force the water out of the leak. Sometimes chemical tracers are added to expose tiny leaks.

What does not leak externally would have to be leaking internally.

Looking at your Radiator fluid you should not have oil in the Antifreeze. Then look at your oil dipstick. The oil should not have a white or yellow frothy appearance indicating water content or Antifreeze content. It is possible to leak water into the oil crankcase and the water will partially evaporate leaving the frothy residue.

Once you determine the source of the leak you can make decisions. Internal leaks are the most expensive to fix. These would be internal things like head gaskets. Evidence of head gasket problems are oil in the Antifreeze and Antifreeze in the crankcase or frothing. It is worth it to try a modern leak-stop. This is one area where modern chemicals are better than products of the 1950's.

But do not use leak-stop for hoses and water pump problems. Hoses are cheap to replace and water pump seals and gaskets are subject to erosion from the flowing water.

If you can not find anything through this testing, put a page of newspaper under the interior carpet by the Heater core. A slow leak can drip on the carpet and gradually soak in before you discover it.

I hope my solutions help you fix your problem.




Jan 11, 2011 | 2001 Mercury Mountaineer

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1993 camaro V6 3.4 lt water and oil mixing could it be water pump


Yes there is another way, someone can be messing with your head and pouring water in your oil cap. Do have water in your oil or oil in your water or both? A product called sea foam does a miraculous job at getting water out of oil. As far as keeping it from happening further, the cheap way of course is "bar's stop leak" but man can this stuff do a number on clogging your heater core, even if they say it doesn't, it can happen.

Jun 07, 2010 | 1993 Chevrolet Camaro

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I put new starter and replace my water heat pumps and seals


good oil.if your in a hot climate use 10-w-40 if your in a colder climate use 10 or 5 w 30

Oct 12, 2009 | 1994 Honda Accord

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