That sounded wrong

I never understand why I get punished for attempting to do the right thing.  This paradigm seems to be completely opposite to the way things should work. Doing the right thing takes various forms for sure.  There are as various unconscious good actions as there are conscious a singles. I know every one of us all have some sort of innate meter inside us to help determine good choices.  But, still things can go horribly wrong. I know this all too well. I attempt to do the best I can but still end up on the wrong side of consequences. Recently, I attempted to do the right thing with our HVAC system.  The oil furnace just shut down a single day so, I took a look at it. Perhaps, I should have called the HVAC professionals instantaneously. But, I figured if there was something obviously wrong I might be able to repair it.  Just as I was about to abandon our efforts, I came across a valve switch. It was obviously disfigured so, I decided to substitute it. Went right to the kindle and found a substitution section in 5 minutes. When the section got to our house, I put it in instantaneously.  Lo and behold, the oil furnace fired right up. Fast forward 2 months to our oil furnace conking out again. This time it went out with a literal bang. Once I saw the oil furnace smoking, I called the HVAC tech. Turns out the substitution valve switch was absolutely faulty.  It allowed the heat exchanger to get so tepid it cracked. That effectively finishes the oil furnace. The worst section is the substitution section was non OEM so it voided the warranty on the oil furnace. I try to do the right thing by fixing our HVAC. And now, I have to substitute our oil furnace?  It’s just not right.

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