Running at full speed

Now, because I cranked the thermostat all the way down, it blew out the entire motor of the central heating and air conditioning system as well as the circuits.

One thing I have learned in the last year about central heating and air conditioning systems is to never crank them at their top capacity! Not that anyone would want to do that, but when your central heating and air conditioning system breaks down, a lot of people try to turn the thermostat to the max to see what it would do. This could actually end up killing your central heat and a/c unit and make it burn out. I learned this when I ended up doing exactly that the last time my heating and air conditioning system had an issue. When the certified heat and a/c specialist from the local heating and air conditioning company came to look at the broken down HVAC system unit, they said that I needed a whole new heat and a/c system. They then asked me if I cranked the thermostat all the way down or up, and when I told them I did, they said that had I not done that, he would have been able to repair my central heating and air conditioning unit. As at first, all it happened to be was a blown out fuse. Now, because I cranked the thermostat all the way down, it blew out the entire motor of the central heating and air conditioning system as well as the circuits. So now it is dead. The only solution is a brand new heating and cooling unit. So I learned my lesson and learned it hard. Never crank the thermostat of the central heating and cooling system unit!

 

 

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