well you could just turn the heater off heater blower ---- If it is a car heater then check your coolant level. the heater is driven off a heat converter that is fed by the radiator system. When the coolant fails to pump round the radiator system the car internal heater doesn't work. Driving without coolant in the system will result in the engine overheating and seizing.
The result of a force can be seen, like wind blowing leaves.
15amp fuse is required if it keeps blowing the fuse than you have a direct short in the circuit Do not put a bigger fuse than 15amp because it may result in a fire.
Blowing it out of proportion and showing discontent and dissatisfaction with the outcome.
No, conditioner is added to water to help mantain chlorine. Muriatic acid is used to lower pH or alkalinity.
The most likely answer is that your air conditioner is a machine that is incapable of higher level mental functioning such as learning. As a result, it will not learn a new language no matter how much you yell words in that language at the air conditioner.
There are various reasons why your fuse keeps blowing in your Yukon XL. In most case, it is as a result of overloading and it blows to protect other parts of your Yukon.
This is a result of dust and other debris that has accumulated on the coils or in the heater. When you turn it on, it begins to burn off and that is what you smell.
Low water in the radiator will result in no heat. The water level is not sufficient to reach the heater core. The heater core will become cold.
Hybrid cars do tend to get better fuel economy, although it is important to consider how you will use the car. Climate control systems such as the heater and air conditioner will cause the hybrid to run the gasoline motor. This will result in poorer fuel economy than expected.
No you probably need a new heater
There are zero amps in a 6kW 3 phase heater. Amperage is the result of dividing the Watts by the Voltage. A = W/E. Without stating the voltage the heater operates on the amperage can not be calculated.