Yep, it happened! But what is really funny is how stupid you look right
now, to those of us that know this can occur!
5 mins after melting the ice off the gas meter, the gas stove burners were
back to 100% and the furnace functioned as normal. And you thought you knew
everything! That's why I took the time to explain my problem and solution
so people like you could maybe learn something.
Actually thats a fairly common problem. Its more common with propane than
And you thought you had a "special" problem.......... Sheesh.
Let us know when you have a real problem(other than ignorance)
Welcome to my killfile
LOL, the problem is fixed, it the was a frozen gas meter. (I know it's hard
for you to accept that a home owner could find and fix a problem without
people like you.)
I know you wish you could have came over and replaced the sensor and a half
dozen other parts. You would have been here until the snow melted in my
backyard and my meter thawed out, just trying to get it working, then one
really sunny warm day magically you'd have it working.
Not, I would have found and corrected the ACTUAL problem.
I don't Band-Aid the REAL problem that you have...
See the real difference is that I KNOW what is actually happening...
Your reoccurring problem is just around the corner... so be on watch.
please..... tell me
please..... tell me
WHO IS THE FATHER OF ANNA NICKLOES CHILD?
please......Hey... Can you tell who is the real father of Anna Nicoles's
What makes you think :
1. The ice is colder than the air surrounding it?
The meter case is as cold as the air surrounding it.
The ice is as cold as the air that it comes into contact with.
2. If anything was affected by the ice, it was your regulator.
BTW, I thought you said your wife checked the stove and there was no
problem? And that was before you took a TORCH to the meter.
If your meter was acting up because of the cold, you haven't solved any
| > Your problems are NOT over dumbass...
| > What's funny is you think you ACTUALLY have it fixed...
| > What you did was put a bandaid over the wound!
| LOL, the problem is fixed, it the was a frozen gas meter. (I know it's
| for you to accept that a home owner could find and fix a problem without
| people like you.)
| I know you wish you could have came over and replaced the sensor and a
| dozen other parts. You would have been here until the snow melted in my
| backyard and my meter thawed out, just trying to get it working, then one
| really sunny warm day magically you'd have it working.
Yeah, and anyone who uses a candle to fire an electronic ignition system,
and then a kero heater to defrost ice off a gas meter, has got to be real
Get bobby to explain how fan relays work on a G26 HAHAHA
Ask him if he understands that R & G energize the cooling relay!!!
Bob, you've never heard of a frozen regulator or gas meter? Where do you live,
Miami??? That might explain your incompetence with furnaces.
Tighten that fan belt bobby!!!
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