Apparently, you might be using your car's AC all wrong. It's usually face melting hot when we get into our cars after work. Spanish car maker, SEAT, has listed some of the most common mistakes we make when trying to cool down our vehicles.
When I got home on Thursday, the house was cool, but something didn't sound right: upon investigating, the blower motor on our central unit wasn't on. The outside unit was on, the plenum was cold, but there was no air flow.
Being the son of a man who could do anything, I learned a few things about air conditioning, and, with one phone call, confirmed my diagnosis: power to the motor...