Furnace, part 3

Well, the problem with the furnace didn't exactly take $300 to fix.

The replacement gas valve cost $320, plus $157 for a year's maintenance contract, which included a deal that saved me $140 on the replacement cost. And this is on top of the $50 I paid for the first technician's diagnostic visit. And, I could have paid more, if I was willing to pay the charges to overnight the part here (I'm not).

I guess it was about time I started to experience some of the disadvantages of home ownership.

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