The A/C dies and is Resurrected

Earwig on Tin, from WikipediaOur a/c in 503 went out early this afternoon. Fortunately, we were able to get it fixed today as well. It was 95 degrees when it came back on and 82 inside. The problem? Earwigs. Earwigs? Bugs? Apparently, the little buggers like to make their home in the compressor fan motor. Sometimes, they get into a contact point in a circuit and cause it to open. Apparently, our compressor had more earwigs in it than the repairman had seen before. Earwigs removed, and it’s now 75 degrees inside again. Sorry, no pictures of the bug filled motor. I didn’t even get to see it.