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[Jan. 24th, 2005|10:47 pm]
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I have a massive headache. Today wasn't the best for me. I am actively trying to fight a ... bad mood shall we say. In general it was a typical day.

About the only thing different today is that I think my furnace is going out on me. I have to turn the blower part on and off manually using the "summer" switch as it's labeled. The flame goes on when the thermostat says it should, but the blower fan hasn't been going on automatically.

Hmm, or at least long enough to do much good. As I was typing that last sentence, the blower tried to go on for a couple seconds then cut out again. If I remember correctly, the blower should start when a sensor senses the heat from the flames coming up in the furnace. That switch/sensor thingie must being going on the blink. I can't afford to get someone to look at my furnace's thingie either right now.

Wow, I'm watching today's Jeopardy show. My Cubbie's were an answer to a question today -- The baseball team who's last world series win was in 1908.
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[User Picture]From: joyoflj
2005-01-25 12:33 pm (UTC)
Hope your boiler hangs on. Nothing more frightening to a homeowner than boiler troubles. Last year I almost died when I got a repair bill for an hours worth of work and small parts. And how those two really big guys both fit into the boiler room I still dispute.

Well I take it back, actually boiler is #2 on my list. Cesspool troubles are #1.

But you probably have city sewerage.

On a nicer subject, congrats on your engagement.
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[User Picture]From: nitemirror
2005-01-25 06:29 pm (UTC)
Right now, I'm just going to manually turn the furnace on and off. Actually, that method while a little more work is keeping the house a few degrees warmer during the day than usual. At night when I leave the thing off it gets more than several degrees cooler than I'm used to having it; I don't mind, I'm a polar bear in someways and like sleeping in cold temperatures.

Yep, I don't have to worry about cesspool troubles just tree roots in the sewer pipes.

Years back the city had to dig up my front yard to replace their part of the sewer line to my house. I was just thankful the plumber I hired to find the problem told me it was the city's problem and not mine. It still cost a pretty penny just to have that guy look.

Thanks for the congrats. :-)
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