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  • Thermostat settings

    What do people set their thermostat at?

    Both Mrs. CH & I prefer it to be cool so we set ours at 66f for the day & 64 at night or when we are out. When we have guests we set it to 70.

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    We are at 68F in the day and 66F at night.

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    • #3
      Different strokes for different folks. I'm fine at 20 C. My relative would like it at 28, but he's very skinny. Wears his parka inside the house.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Sprout View Post
        Different strokes for different folks. I'm fine at 20 C. My relative would like it at 28, but he's very skinny. Wears his parka inside the house.
        He may want to see a doctor.

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        • #5
          20C when we're in the house, and 16.5C at night and while away at work. I like it nice and cool at night.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by green_machine_#1 View Post

            He may want to see a doctor.
            He did, a couple off years ago. The doctor just shrugged. Why are men so reluctant to go see the doctor?!

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            Last edited by Sprout; 11-12-2018, 12:18 AM.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Sprout View Post

              He did, a couple off years ago. The doctor just shrugged. Why are men so reluctant to go see the doctor?!
              The finger up the bum hole.

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              • #8
                69 when we are awake. 60 when we are not home/overnight.

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                • #9
                  20-22C

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                  • #10
                    21.5 home, 18 overnight and while away

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Sprout View Post

                      He did, a couple off years ago. The doctor just shrugged. Why are men so reluctant to go see the doctor?!

                      Edit: There are complications. After he broke his neck a few years ago, the surgeon operated and left him with an esophagus that is about half the size it should be. Particles of anything get stuck and cause choking. So I have to grind up all his meals. That's why he's so skinny and so cold all the time.
                      Some people just run cold. When I was in Univ my summer job was battery operator for Marathon Oil. One of the older guys I worked with always wore a long sleeve shirt, coveralls & a jacket even on hot days. We'd be riding around from lease to lease & I'd be wearing work pants & a tee shirt while he's sitting in the passenger seat, drinking tea & telling me he was as "cool as a cucumber".

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                      • #12
                        21C in the winter, 23C in the summer. When my wife and I both worked we let it run colder in the winter days and hotter in the summer days, but now that my wife is home with the kids it stays the same temperature all day.

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                        • #13
                          19 at winter days. 17 at night. Summer it's off.
                          Alberta boy, Rider fan

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by squish View Post

                            The finger up the bum hole.
                            Especially when all you came in for was a sore shoulder.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by mrguy View Post

                              Especially when all you came in for was a sore shoulder.
                              Oh, I thought that was just my doc.

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