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Silverwolf
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Hi <<<<< LymeNet family >>>>>,

I noticed that it seemed warmer than usual, just after TxCoord headed to church. Tho't it was just me.

We keep it at about 80* in the summer, it is 96 right now,and will be aprox. 111* degrees by the time TxC' returns from church.

I had a problem with the front bedroom fan, earlier, but the AC may have already been in trouble. Everything else seems to be working in the house. Fan light socket,literally blew a light bulb out of it,when the bulb came apart.

Breaker box says all but the shed lights are on [we don't turn them on, ever,the electric is messed up on that circuit]. The Electrics here is in need of redoing in general tho'.

This is beyond frustrating, this happened in 2014 too,when a part shorted in the AC, think it was the conductor? They had to change it out.

It shouldn't be quiting,but landlord doesn't want to pay to keep it maintained. I am so -over- this particular dwelling.

There is a 'swamp cooler' that barely cools, the back bedroom,and blows dirt all over the place. As well as leaking, everytime it is turned on. I am not happy ,right now... Grrrrrr

Edit in: Pay No Attention to the Man behind the curtain, But I'd like to have a talk with whoever okayed the Electrics here.

AC,seems to be liking to short out, and they don't have labeling proper in the Breaker box.
The Fan Light seems to have tripped something,w/ AC already shorting, not near the AC breaker Bottom right.

The one on the top left,was slightly sprung,looked like it was -on-,labeled as front room lights which work fine.Txc' came home early,with a call from me,and figured it out.

One relieved,but still aggravated Silverwolfi

[ 06-26-2016, 02:55 PM: Message edited by: Silverwolf ]

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[rant] [shake] [cussing] [Eek!]

Hope they get it fixed soon! How terrible!

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Hi <<<<< Lymetoo >>>>>>,

Sorry I was editing, TxC' found the issue.and got it back on,but has been doing odd things. not the first time this has happened.

Relieved,but upset, that they didn't redo electrics,and breaker box labels before they rented this to us.

The place next to us,has the same landlord,and the 40 something couple ,that moved there, had to buy their own roofing tiles and patching for Mobile homes,because it leaked so fiercely.

The fella that rents next door, got up on the roof during the storm to fix it. They shouldn't have had to contend with it at all.I know his wife was concerned, She has a heart condition.

Finally it is cooling down,and I hope I can now. I just hope that the AC doesn't give out again, as it has before.

Jus' Silverwolfi here

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Diabetes*2 Dx 10/'08

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Silverwolf
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Oh dear, the AC has been doing odd things not TxC'... arrghh ... yikes...

Uhm , Neverrrminddd...evidently a breaker can be off,and look like it is on... this place is wired very very strangely.

And the breaker labeling,is incorrect, wonder what else is labeled and wired so strangely.

Leaking shower,cold and hot,and barely a hand breadth away,A big white Electric cable. I can see it when I look behind the shower pipe chase panel. Gotta find a safer dwelling soon.

OwoooooWooo

Silverwolfi here

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[ Clinical Dx w/ two positives and several IND's on the tests from Igenex ], Prior Dx of CFIDS/CEBV 1992, and FMS '93-'94
Diabetes*2 Dx 10/'08

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