Controlling the temperatures

It took myself and others several years to save up enough currency to open a small coffee shop & bakery.  I found the perfect location in an older brick building. There’s ample parking, large front windows, hardwood floors, & high ceilings.  Although I had saved up enough for the deposit on the building, I needed to take out a loan to cover the cost of appliances, furnishings & display cases.  I spent a great deal on remodeling the bathrooms, updating the wiring & putting in some industrial sized ovens & coolers. I planned to hold our grand opening on the first weekend of June.  Up until that point, the weather was fairly mild. I was able to open the door & windows while I completed renovations, & never needed to beginning up the undefined. The night before the grand opening, as I was completing a final cleaning, I observed it felt a bit overheated & sticky in our shop.  I lowered the temperature control setting & expected the undefined to kick in. Unfortunately, absolutely nothing happened. I hoped that the issue was batteries in the temperature control or a blown fuse, but I wasn’t that lucky. By the time I got ahold of a local Heating & Air Conditioning dealer, I was in a panic.  I begged the guy to come right over, prepared to spend our savings overtime fees. He was super nice about it & showed up within the hour. He tested the cooling device & figured out that there was a problem with the compressor. He then made a whole bunch of iphone calls, & managed to locate the necessary replacement part.   

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