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#1 toomanytoys84 OFFLINE  

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Posted January 07, 2015 - 11:14 PM

Who else fights this battle.

Its currently neg 4 outside. Wood stove cranking pretty good in the basement. 69 to 70 in the house. Oil furnance kicks on once an hour to help keep it 70. Wife went to bed came back in the living room wearing sleep pants a sweat shirt and a robe. Said she was freezing to death!

Im sitting on the couch wearing a pair of gym shorts and no shirt feeling a little warm.

im say woman if it gets an warmer in here ill be sweating!
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Posted January 07, 2015 - 11:27 PM

Since this post
http://gardentractor...at/#entry381400
I super-glued the up button. They can adjust the temps all they want... Down... It resets 4 times a day.
68 daytime 65 nite
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Posted January 08, 2015 - 12:15 AM

Me TOO ! ! ! !   I feel your pain, gods know's  i do ........ Have  a fire place  have 3 chain saws, have a 2 ton truck to haul wood , have a log splitter, can cut all the free fire wood i went. I either have the house too hot or it costing us to much to heat it with wood.

 

 

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Posted January 08, 2015 - 12:30 AM

A dogs average body temperature is between 101 and 102 degrees. Get yourself a small dog and teach it to go to bed with your wife. Your wife and the dog will both be happy.  :smilewink:


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Posted January 08, 2015 - 12:45 AM

My place is 74 and my shop is 68-70 day and night and all natural gas heat.



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Posted January 08, 2015 - 01:42 AM

Your not going to win the battle unless you fight dirty. Get her an electric blanket and she will be beaming with joy--once she's sleeping unplug it.


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Posted January 08, 2015 - 05:09 AM

Just wait...she will be setting with a blanket over her legs and all of a sudden throw the blanket off and say "I'm hot"!

I will say "Good", and she says, "not that kind of hot"!

 

Those hot flashes are really rough on a guy!


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Posted January 08, 2015 - 06:36 AM

I was always the cold one though we kept the house around 68*f in the winter but now my wife is taking Coumadin and other drugs she' the cold one . Now the house is 72-74 ,   feels pretty good to me !


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Posted January 08, 2015 - 07:18 AM

Lock her in the bedroom. That should get her cookin enough to warm her up. :smilewink:


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Posted January 08, 2015 - 07:32 AM

This age old battle has been going on for hundreds of years. If you win you will be a hero for all mankind. Good luck

Edited by Coventry Plumber, January 08, 2015 - 07:33 AM.

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Posted January 08, 2015 - 08:20 AM

At least my wife went down and put wood and the fire while I was gone last night, give her credit for that. I was worried though when I got home, oil funace was running.....just too cold in that old farm hosue with no insulation for the wood burner to keep it at 70*

 

 

Sweatshirt and robe.....should've told her to then go grab a blanket :thumbs:  :D


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Posted January 08, 2015 - 08:32 AM

It's the opposite here. If I'm not doing physical work I get cold real easy. My wife likes the house at 18C 64F max. That's a bit too cool for me. 



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Posted January 08, 2015 - 08:55 AM

ha ha ha  its a battle you cant win, my house was cold one morning and I realized it was a short or some sort in the thermostat wire, I had a new programmable one that I had never installed so I disconnected the one on the first floor at the furnace and installed the new on in the basement, set it to 72 and all was well, now before I could change out the wiring I noticed my wife going to the old disconnected thermostat, turning the heat up, then later going back and turning it down because she was hot, I left it like that for a few days and just watched, she would be playing with that thing all day, too hot, too cold, too hot. when I told her it was disconnected for the last week she was mad at me! go figure


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Posted January 08, 2015 - 10:10 AM

Like Al says, I used to be the warm blooded one till I had an episode with my heart about 7 yrs ago and being on meds. I now am the one who gets cold?

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Posted January 08, 2015 - 10:17 AM

ha ha ha its a battle you cant win, my house was cold one morning and I realized it was a short or some sort in the thermostat wire, I had a new programmable one that I had never installed so I disconnected the one on the first floor at the furnace and installed the new on in the basement, set it to 72 and all was well, now before I could change out the wiring I noticed my wife going to the old disconnected thermostat, turning the heat up, then later going back and turning it down because she was hot, I left it like that for a few days and just watched, she would be playing with that thing all day, too hot, too cold, too hot. when I told her it was disconnected for the last week she was mad at me! go figure


Ha ha that's a good one!
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