Mi Heat Won't get Hot It get a lil' warm but not hot you put a heater element in it so whats da problem?
Are You Speaking Of Electric Heat. If So It Sounds As If You Are Not Getting 220 Volts To The Element, Only Getting 110 Volts. This Would Cause It To Just Get Warm. Suggest You Resumit Question With More Information. Sorry For The Trouble
You Have 94 Caprice Classic Da Heat Won't get hot It will get a lil warm but that it's you Put a heater element in it so what's da problem?
In a gas water heater: The gas flame warms the water, exactly the same way as a gas stove burner does for a pan of water on the stove. In an electric water heater, an element - same as an electric range element, but a different shape - heats up from electrical current, and transfers that heat to the water.
Your 1992 achieva has no heat ive changed the thermostat the heater fan checked the vents and the heater core is fine im at a loss?
Electric water heater you have a electric water heater that for some reason keeps failing to heat water It has a new element thermostat and breaker what else could it be?
Try checking the heating element itself. Do this by removing it and using an ohm meter to check it for an "open" circuit condition. If the ohm meter reads infinite, then it is likely bad. If the water heater is only slow to heat, a very likely possibility is that you have an excess amount of sediment in the bottom of the tank, insulating the heating element from the water. Back flushing the tank will…
you can tell if your heater cooling system/core is broke as the car will not produce heat when you turn on the heat inside the car. if it is not blowing heat there could there is a problem. the heater core itself should look like a small radiater, if that is clogged it could cause a problem. can also possibly fix this by doing a cooling system flush this will clear any blockages or expose…
In an electrical space heater, electrical current dissipates energy into heat, and the heat radiates from the element. In a fuel powered space heater, an orifice throttles the fuel feed (resistance to flow), which controls the heating rate. In a steam powered space heater, an orifice throttles the steam (resistance to flow), which controls the heating rate.