The morgue got too hot from an warm electric heat pump

Anyone who has gone to the morgue knows that it needs to be cool in order to preserve the bodies, but once while at toil as a morgue attendant, I noticed that the temperature seemed a little bit high, however i was laboring the day shift and by mid-morning, the un-even temperatures had shot up significantly. I could also hear the equipment rumbling noisily. The dining room though was legitimately cold. I contacted the local homeowner solutions provider to send a reputable Heating and A/C repairman. The worker identified a frozen electric heat pump that was putting a strain on the central heating causing it to rumble noisily. The heat exchanger had frozen up causing the furnace not to blow the desired cool air into the morgue. The worker redid the boiler installation and the boiler repair. The heat and A/C products that had malfunctioned were replaced and the furnace returned to functioning normally. She also replaced the batteries of the programmable temperature control that was controlling the hot water boiler. The dirty HEPA filter was changed to reduce the stress on the fireplace. The smart Heating and A/C was revived and it restored the whole house heating… By day, the un-even temperatures within the morgue and dining room had returned to normal and I was not upset about the bodies decaying at a fast rate. The worker also advocated on the importance of standard servicing of the heating and cooling equipment as it ensured the plan lasted longer and the unplanned repairs were reduced. In all my years laboring as a morgue attendant, I had never experienced a hot morgue even in the scorching summers. There was a first time for everything after all, right? I got to learn a lot about a plan I knew existed but had not understood how it worked.
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