Just a reminder, now that the temperatures are getting lower at night, to
check your heater. Just turn it on for a few minutes to be sure it is ready
and has not gummed up, valves stuck, orifices clogged, or whatever. Better
at you leisure than on the first chilly night when the service department
gets 150 calls the same frosty morning.
Already done. Of course it was done because I needed the heat, not
because I was smart enough to be sure it was ready. Today is 'clean
the stove chimney day' as tomorrow and rest of week is going to be down
in the "chilly" region.
I haven't checked since it's still sunny and 80s here in TX. I also
don't worry too much since if there is a problem I can generally fix it
myself in short order.
I am unfortunately traveling to CT and MA tomorrow for a few days of wet
Coming into BDL, running to Canton, Winsted, Wethersfield and
Manchester, up to Boston and back to BDL. Fast and furious. Should be
miserable. Might hit Rein's in Vernon for some food for the drive to
Boston, kinda miss Rein's.
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