Most of you know that I’m what I like to call an “experimenting gardener”. When it comes to gardening, I love to see what I can grow…and I what I simply CANNOT. Living in Central Florida, I’ve been doing pretty well, but there’s always room for improvement! For instance…
I’ve been purchasing lots of my seeds from Amazon, when I can’t find them in my local area. My October sowing was no different – I purchased some spinach seeds from Amazon, because I LOVE spinach, and I was excited about having a bunch of it on hand!
You can see it here in the background of this pic…
Except this was about the same time that my parents were down for Thanksgiving, and my mom, while studying my garden, pointed to my spinach and said, “What’s that?”
“It’s spinach!” I exclaimed, a little taken aback that she didn’t know.
“That’s not spinach,” she said firmly.
I know it’s getting a bit cooler now, but a few short weeks ago here in Florida, we had some big air conditioning troubles at our house. And if there’s anywhere you DON’T want to have air conditioning problems, it’s definitely FLORIDA!
We tried a few different things (in our total inexperience with air conditioners) and nothing worked. We finally called a local company to come out and repair it for us.
So when Jake Hyet contacted me regarding a guest post on fixing your OWN air conditioner, I thought it was a fantastic idea! Let’s see what secrets he has for us…
When you find yourself having trouble with your air conditioning, your first thought is to call for the repairman to come out and make air conditioning repairs. However, you just might be able to identify and fix certain problems yourself and do it safely, too. Here are some steps to take to safely repair your air conditioner before you call in a repairman:
The Air Conditioner Doesn’t Turn On
1. First check to be sure that the thermostat is set to “cool.”