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Thank you! Not a question but not really sure how this works. Just wanted to say thanks for helping me figure out my heating issue. I was just low on anitfreeze. My hubby felt like a schmuck for not looking at it sooner and it was such an easy fix. me and my kids thank you!

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Your very welcome is that a fixya? thats all we get for helping is a good rating.

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