Constant gurggling is a sign of lime and calcium build up in your tank. If the bottom of your outer tank is very hot to touch you may need to replace the water heater. When this happens the lower part of the tank is very hot and as an example it is like filling a pot with rocks and water see how long it takes to boil on your stove that means you are using alot more gas to heat that water because it has to go through sheets of lime and calcium. I do not recommend draining and cleaning the tank because it is very expensive and who is to say that the control or tank will not last after that. You have to consider the age of the tank and your water system. Most of your heat is probably coming out of the front of the tank where the burner is at. I bet you have a dark brown spot at the front of your tank where the heat is coming out where you lite the pilot. There is alot to consider about a new tank, Most gas companies will give you a rebate for changing it out to a new one or have a program to replace your water heater by a contractor and they may(if you are in good standing with them as credit and payments go) add the cost to your bill monthly and you are not out of pocket any money up front and usually no interest. Call your gas company first. See what they will do for you. Good luck!
A typical distributor will have constant power. As the rotor is turned, the power is sent to the spark plugs.
An intermittent connection would be a connection that is not constant. For example, if you have a light in your house that you have turned on and it flickers on and of, that would be intermittent, not constant light.
Turned, turned around, inverted, turned against.
It isn't. Wheat is turned into flour not the other way around.
Defective clock or it is wired incorrectly. Should be wired to have power when ignition is turned off. it sounds to me that the constant live has been lost to the clock, there are three wires to a vehicle clock, an earth, an ignition live and a constant live
12V Constant = Constant power direct from battery. 12V Switched = Accessory power only when turned to the on/accessory position (example: car stereo only turns on when the car is running or in accessory position).
Oliver tried to run from the thief and turned round sharply.
He - 1 Got - 1 Mad - 1 and - 1 turned - 1 around - 2 total of 7
constant power - orange power when key turned on - yellow
No the turbines are turned of while the reactors are being refuled.
the entry of US troops.
The battle of Saratoga
The temperature remains constant until all water molecules are turned into gas. The gas can then be heated to a higher temperature.
Whether the car is moving or not the speed of light is constant. It is travels at approximately 300,000 kilometres per second
turned around on the same spot, just like sitting on a piano stool and spinning around
No, it was the other way around: Zeus turned her into a white cow. Her name was Io.
Yes. No air friction.
If all your fuses appeared to have constant power, I'd have to say that your ignition was not in a fully "off" position. Possibly turned backward to the accesories setting?
i had the same problem too :(.i couldn't figure it out so what i did,is when i was done with it i turned the battarie around so it turned off