Holy Heating, Ventilation & A/C

According to the biblical story, Moses descended from Mount Sinai with the Ten Commandments (or 15 according to the Mel Brooks film “History of the World”). He really did not guess that he would spend the next 40 years wandering around in the desert. What must have become apparent entirely hastily, however, was that a portable storage basket was needed and that it had to be entirely special considering its pleaseds. The result was entirely special indeed as the basket was built to entirely precise particularations given to Moses by God himself. The completed vessel that was to carry the stone tablets was, of course, the Ark of the Covenant, a treasure sought by the likes of Hitler or dashing archeologists care about Indiana Jones. The mystery deepened in recent years when speculation arose that the Ark was built to be a large electrical capacitor that would deliver off a lethal jolt of electricity to anyone (presumably not authorized by divine powers) who touched it, then no a single knows where it is for sure, but some say it is in a church in Ethiopia guarded by a single monk. The story serves as a lesson as to how dangerous capacitors in a home’s Heating, Ventilation & A/C system can be, especially to someone not trained to work with them. There are several capacitors in a typical Heating, Ventilation & A/C system and when they beginning to fail it will affect the performance of the unit. The low output of cool air, a humming noise, or the intermittent switching off could indicate a capacitor problem. Anyone trying to upgrade a faulty Heating, Ventilation & A/C capacitor will need to guess how to electrically discharge it or face the same fate as biblical Uzzah, who accidentally touched the Ark and was killed by the Lord for his error.


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