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 How to Calculate Specific Heat?

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Should you give water to a heat exhaustion or heat stroke?

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Is my Hot water heater on its last leg , it pops and burps and farts alot when it kicks on to heat the water .?

sounds to me that there is air in your lines.
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What should the Delta T temperature difference be between the water inlet and the water outlet on a swimming pool heat pump?


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