The A/C machine wasn’t working when the drip pipe was blocked up

All of us got a huge amount of rain this last week and the river rose quite a bit.

It got so high that the road to town flooded out.

Thankfully every one of us had enough groceries to last us for a pretty good amount of time. All of us kept expecting to lose power however every one of us never did. The refrigerator kept working and so did the air conditioner machine. Then with all of the humidity outside every one of us were genuinely grateful for the air conditioner machine. It would have been really horrible staying inside all through the day, with the residence closed up, and no air conditioner machine. Thankfully, every one of us didn’t have to do that. Instead, every one of us got a week of rest in a nice cool residence. Just yesterday they got the road opened back up and my wifey and I were finally able to go to our jobs. It seemed like the worst was finally behind us, however, when I got back to my residence from my job recently, I noticed a pretty serious problem: our air conditioner machine wasn’t entirely working. It would not turn on at all no matter what I did with the thermostat. That is when I contacted our local Heating and A/C machine supplier to come out and take a look. They arrived a few hours later and discovered that our drip pipe was obstructed. Apparently our air conditioner machine had removed so much water from the air that the drip pipe couldn’t handle it anymore. Rather than flood the residence, most current air conditioner machines simply turn themselves off when the drip pipe is backed up. So the air conditioner machine workers unobstructed the pipe and now our air conditioner machine is working great!

 

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