I looked everywhere inside and saw the belt that runs the compressor
A purchaser called myself and others because she thought there was a snake caught in her heating, ventilation, and A/C system. The lady swore up and down that she could hear the snakes hissing, but I’ve never had a snake in an actual heating, ventilation, and A/C unit, so I thought it sounded akin to a truly interesting call. I told our boss that I would go down there to see the lady and find out what was going on. The lady turned out to be the first task I had that afternoon. I typed the address into the GPS. It was pretty close and only a couple of minutes away… When I arrived, I got an important stick out of the back of our truck. There was a course of opportunity that it was a snake, despite the fact that I did not think that to be the truth. I started listening to the sounds and that’s when I realized that the hissing sound was more similar to the sound of a belt. I decided to look at the belt inside of the unit. I carefully detached the front of the machine. I looked everywhere inside and saw the belt that runs the compressor. It was the culprit of the unusual sound. I also added a small amount of lubricant to the belt and the whining sound disappeared. I told the lady that I was finished with the task and I handed her the bill; she also did not want to spend money myself and others for the services, because she swore that there was still a snake trapped in the heating, ventilation, and A/C component and she did not think that I had done anything at all to help her.