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defog

(dē″fog′)
To remove moisture or mist from a surface, esp. one meant to be transparent.
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Step up to the Sport and there are 17in alloy wheels, automatic lights, an auto-dimming rear view mirror, climate control with auto defog as well as privacy glass.
A full-length panoramic sunroof that can both tilt and fully open is an interesting touch, as are two comfort-orientated technologies first fitted to the Hyundai i40: automatic windscreen defog and a heated steering wheel.
Defog the car headlights, bathroom mirrors, or goggles in three easy steps.
The messages urge the motorists to ensure that their brakes are working properly, to use the A/C to defog the windshield as well as to keep a safe distance from the car in front.
The new i20 has also been fitted with a number of new technologies such as front and rear parking assist, heated steering wheel, static bending headlamps and automatic defog system that are firsts for a Hyundai vehicles of this class.
My next indication of the rapidly deteriorating conditions was the seemingly locked defog handle.
With more than 1,000 hours in aircraft type, I honestly can say I've never manipulated the cockpit defog handle from any position other than vertical/straight up.
* After forgetting the defog on an especially foul-weather night at the ship, we went IMC in the cockpit on the ball but did not call "clara ship." Fortunately, the only damage was to my pride with a wave-off pattern.
On the climb-out, environmental-control-system (ECS) flow seemed unusually strong, until I realized the defog handle was in the full-aft position.
I also turned the defog to full flow, just as you would on a descent.
On the climb-out, the cockpit was least uncomfortable when I ran the defog lever full forward.