Sometimes, a huge problem can be caused by such a little issue.
The trouble is, it’s not consistently apparent what the issue is, or if its a minor one that requires only an easy fix.
I was quite frustrated recently after I bought a brand new weather conditions control plan installed in our new home. Well, it wasn’t a totally brand new home. In fact, the prior weather conditions control plan needed to be renovated or replaced, because it had been in service for over 10 years. It had not been well-tested by the previous owner either! Having a new weather conditions control plan installed was a priority before moving in, and I paid a pretty penny for a undoubtedly nice model. Trouble with that was, all of the sudden, it stopped finally working the way it should have just a few weeks after having moved in. The heat simply was not kicking on, when I had programmed it to kick on. It’s the middle of March, and a real chill sets in just after dark. The thermostat for our new weather conditions control plan is programmable, and I thought that I had set it to go up to seventy degrees at 8 p.m. Later on, I climbed out of bed to go to the powder room in the middle of the evening, only to learn that it was freezing and the heating plan wasn’t on at all! I worried that our brand new natural gas furnace was already broken, and I was fuming. I called the HVAC supplier that installed it, and they came the next afternoon. Long story short, I simply did not fathom how our own thermostat worked. I did not bother to pay attention to the instructions, and so I paid for the worker to help myself and others understand what I could have already studied on our own!