All burns should be treated with either cold running water or an ice pack. Water is preferable.
Nearest to the thermostat.
You do not ever want to block or restrict air flow to a return air grille.
After running the students are (cold) sandwiches. Sandwiches should be underlined.
Your sense of taste (and smell) should return naturally after recovering from a cold.
Obviously you have a cold if you are constantly blowing or you have something spicy or you are crying
No. Getting out in the sun may help get rid of a cold, but running or any physical exercise is contraindicated (not good) when you have a cold. Your body needs rest to do the work to get rid of your cold, so you should avoid strenuous exercise like running if you want to get rid of a cold faster.
iff you are cold constantly you need to put on wait
in the refrigerator
yes you can get a cold
Open, that`s where the cold air is.
That you should put on a sweater and you don't have night blindness.
is your fan running in the correct direction? are any of your ducts blocked?
55 degrees to 60 degrees
when running in cold weather which of the following is not recommended for layering
Frequent cold chills.. or constantly being cold period
Cold air return vents are the ones on the wall
A supply duct connected to the return duct somewhere? Fan running backwards?
yes, should never add coolant to cold engine
run cold water thru it for a minuint after you are done with it, cold water should be running while you use it also,
It is never a good idea to restrict or block a cold air return.
a/c blows warm air when idles cold when running
Copper pipes will turn black if the cold water running through them constantly condenses. You will see this happen most often during the summer months.
In temp vs out temp should be about 18 degrees different if running top notch.