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I would say, in my personal (albeit, unprofessional) opinion, that you handled it well, in that you tried to remain calm. That is a good instinct to have in such a situation that you would otherwise want to panic or act poorly. There's honestly not a lot you can do most of the time.
If issues like this are ongoing for you, and give you any major trouble in day-to-day life, you may want to seek professional help or look for support groups in your area or online. There's nothing wrong with looking for help with a problem you have, no matter what kind.
Consider the irony of your situation: from my own experience with teen fiction, I remember that many of the characters' lives seemed average, bland, and simple until someone else came along. I wouldn't focus on trying to find your ideal existence, rather look at yourself as one of those characters on the brink of something extraordinary. Try identifying with the characters' lives in ways that are similar to your own, but don't try to perfect your own story when every story line has its obstacles.
How do I know Jesus loves me? I can feel it in my heart and in my being. Every time I say or do anything, I think "What Would Jesus Do" and I try to act in the manner in which He would want me to act and behave. I feel bad for those who don't know Jesus as their Lord and Savior. I would be lost without Him.
what does a black man talk like?
what sort of accent would you expect from him?
accents are what people learn from birth and get it from the people around then
so a black man living all his life in england may have a cockney or a londoner or cambridge accent, in france would have a french accent and in italy would have an italian accent
so what answer were you expecting?
Sounds like you need another opinion from another AC man. If you are in an apartment complex, it has been my experience most apartment techs have limited knowledge of what to check. Try this
1. With the unit on, go to you air filter and check for proper air flow. If you are using pleated filters, stop. Use what is called 30 day throwaway filters. Pleated filters block 35 % of the air flow and can cause evaporators to freeze over. Ace hardware still stocks the ones with the blue mesh with cardboard edges. I have used the same filters for over 2 years. All I do is use my vacuum cleaner and clean the dust bunnies collected every 30 days.
2. Perform an sight inspection of your duct system. I have had several customers whose duct have fallen off and they were air conditioning the attic space and/or crawl space.
3. Have your AC man determine your superheat and subcooling value for your airconditioning unit. If your AC man does not know what these are then he really isn't an AC man. A typical value for most superheat (SH) and subcool (SC) is 12 to 15 degrees. These values are typically normal values but can change due to design criteria established among manufactures. If your AC man does not know what these are or can not measure these you need to get someone that know how to obtain them. These values are typical value for a normally charged equipment and does not vary from refrigerant to refrigerant.
Hope this helps.
We all live a busy lifestyle, where everyone is busy with their day to day activities and no one has any time to spare for anything as well. Well, I would say that life was much better when there was less technology, there was more space for social relations as well. Well, I would say that we all should enjoy life, and take people and human beings around us into consideration even before we take up technology as our best friend!.
I have my fathers old Sears sander and tools. Rubber has gone past shelf life as you stated, tried rubber rejuvenator,did not work. Value is that they were my fathers and would love for them to work, but decided to keep them on the shelf and keep the memmory, thanks for the
sentimental memmory part, wish I could have helped more, yea for you!!
I read somewhere that even with a functional lyra, when it displays "battery full", you should keep charging for another hour. This is said to extend battery life and give you an extra 2-3 hours of power.
Either this is perfectly normal, or it indicates that the battery reading tends to be inaccurate. In any case, try leaving it charging even after it gives you the message.
Another thing to consider is, how long has it been in the box?
I'm not sure about lithiums, but most rechargeables I know live longer when used. Live it alone for too long and you shorten it's life.
Could be good to get a second opinion on this battery thing though.
If there's a warranty, don't let it waste.