Figuring out why the cooling system wasn’t working

Living in the desert means there isn’t a lot of rain. When there is rain, there are delays everywhere. It seems like people don’t know how to drive when the roads are wet. I know that the flooding can be exhausting in some places because of the dry area, although I never have any trouble going from one place to another. Last weekend there was a pretty huge storm plus rain caused delays for everyone. I was on my way to a commercial cooling system repair. My boss scheduled me to go and meet with the owner of the commercial property for the first time. I really wanted to get there early so I could make an impression on the commercial dealer owner. It was raining that morning and everyone was driving about 25 miles an hour. I did not get to the property until 15 minutes after my scheduled meeting time. The owner of the dealer did not look impressed. I tried to tell the girl about the traffic, but all she wanted to talk about was the repair. She showed me the part where all of the cooling system components are located. It took some time for me to figure out which components went to what part of the building. Once I found the area, it was easy for me to figure out why the cooling system wasn’t working honestly well. There was a lot of dust plus dirt back there. It was really gross. It had to be at least a year or more since the last time anyone cleaned back there.


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