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 Is a dishwasher a conductor?

Answer A dishwasher is an electrical machine which contains conductors, which conduct the electricity into the motor and the heater.
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Would a plastic item that melted in your dishwasher spread harmful toxins throughout the dishwasher making everything in the dishwasher unsafe to use again?

Melting plasticNo harmful toxins, but probably a bad taste. It wouldn't hurt to run the load again. Well I do not agree entirely, depending how bad the plastic was melted and what KIND of plastic i... Read More »
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If you have loud noises in your pipes when the dishwasher is run and then you find the dishwasher didn't empty the soap or run water do you have a plumbing problem or a problem with the dishwasher?

Answer The problem is the solinoid valve in the dishwasherPay your water bill
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Is air a conductor or an insulator?

Air is not a conductor; it is an insulator. Air's insulation properties appear to be proven false by the existence of lightning, but is explained by the strength of a charge to overcome the air's r... Read More »
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CSX Conductor questions?

They will pay while you train, it has been along time since I started out but it will be comparable to the lowest paid position in the operating department, You wont get rich during training but it... Read More »
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