If I can only figure out how to wash the A/C unit, I could ‌repair it.

My wife and her mother went into the city to see a Broadway show last weekend. When she kissed me goodbye, she whispered in my ear that she wanted me to behave. I knew what she meant by behaving! She didn’t want me to ‌repair or wash any appliance while she was away. She still remembers the time I cleaned the a/c unit. I thought that if I could only figure out how to wash the A/C unit, I could also repair it if something went wrong. I hated paying for the repair cost whenever something happened with the A/C unit. I had looked over the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist’s shoulder several times when she was working on the a/c unit. There didn’t seem to be that much inside that I could mess up. I knew I could not bend the fan blades when it was being cleaned, because it would cause a rattle that could chop the fan blade motor. I noted that, and I was very gentle with the fan blades. I truthfully thought I did all the cleaning officially until I turned it back on. When I hit the button to turn the a/c unit back on, nothing happened. There were no A/C sounds coming from the a/c unit, no fan blades moving, and no cooling air flowing into my house. I called the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C supplier and told them I tried to wash the A/C unit, and now it didn’t work. A half-second later, the Heating, Ventilation, and A/C specialist was at the house, and my wife was coming in the door. I had forgotten to turn the power back on to the a/c unit, and she flipped the breaker switch. My wife continues to remind me about it every time she goes away.


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