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Have you turned on your furnace yet?  Do you need a furnace? I gave up and turned mine on a couple days ago.
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Your furnace?

posted at 11/1/2010 1:40 PM EDT
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Have you turned on your furnace yet?  Do you need a furnace?
I gave up and turned mine on a couple days ago.

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posted at 11/1/2010 3:06 PM EDT
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Same here Nancy,It's getting pretty chilly here too,temps in the low 40's.

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posted at 11/1/2010 4:36 PM EDT
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Ours has been going on periodically for about the last two weeks.  Only 50 for a high here today in northern Illinois.  Break out the hot chocolate LOL!

Re: Your furnace?

posted at 11/1/2010 6:59 PM EDT
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I'm sitting here thinking may;be I should turn it on.  It is 65* inside the house and 50* outside.

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posted at 11/3/2010 12:12 PM EDT
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We had ours on last month, in WV.

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posted at 11/3/2010 1:02 PM EDT
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Innocentmine has been off and on for the last 2 weeks we have had hot 75 days then nights go to 40 . have had frosty night we are in seaford de

Re: Your furnace?

posted at 11/3/2010 1:54 PM EDT
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I am still putting the great turn on Off.

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posted at 11/3/2010 2:18 PM EDT
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ye i did carol, we had frost, gave in turned it on....oh, well.....stay warm

Re: Your furnace?

posted at 11/3/2010 2:40 PM EDT
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Yes, we turned ours on about a week ago. 

Re: Your furnace?

posted at 11/3/2010 3:29 PM EDT
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I GAVE IN , IT WAS IN THE LOW 30'S...I'AM WEARING A THICK SWEATSHIRT AND WOOL SOCKS. I KEEP IT LOW MOST OF DAY UNTIL EVERYONE COMES HOME.THEN I START COOKING/ BAKING IT WARMS UP THE KITCHEN.

Re: Your furnace?

posted at 11/3/2010 5:20 PM EDT
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When you are in your 70's as we are, ours is set on a thermostat and it comes on when it gets colder than 68 in the house during the day.  It is set for 55 at night, and comes on whenever it gets colder than that.  Old people get cold easier.

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posted at 11/3/2010 5:26 PM EDT
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Barbara - I've set my thermostat at 68 but I leave it there day and night.
For the chilly time of a shower I use a little space heater in the bathroom.  My cats love that thing too.

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posted at 11/3/2010 8:57 PM EDT
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Yes, we turned our furnace on.  It has been in the 20's here in NJ where we live.

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posted at 11/3/2010 11:07 PM EDT
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Hi Marie - if I could vacation anywhere in the country I'd choose NJ - southern NJ.  I write to several decoy carvers who live there and, oh, how I would love to meet them and watch them work.
IMO the best decoys in the world are carved in southern NJ.

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posted at 11/4/2010 7:30 AM EDT
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   It was great making this and the kids enjoyed it as well.

Re: Your furnace?

posted at 11/4/2010 7:54 AM EDT
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I broke down and turned on the furnace last night as it was only 52 degrees in the house.  I turned on the furnace and set the temperature to 58 to take the chill out of the air - and it was comfortable.  PLUS I started a small fire in the wood burning fireplace - love fall weather :)

Re: Your furnace?

posted at 11/4/2010 7:58 AM EDT
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Funny you should ask this question.....we don't have a furnance...we have 2 heat pumps instead and just last night we turned them on for the first time.  I miss our NY basement and good warm heat.  Here in NC it's heat pumps that feel more like a/c units!!

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posted at 11/4/2010 7:58 AM EDT
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We got a whole new system this summer when our air conditioner coils were leaking.  We have new furnaces, a.c. units and thermostats.  Yes our furnaces are on.  Hopefully more efficiently as the project was quite expensive.  It has finally cooled down in Arkansas.  Mary Ann S.

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posted at 11/4/2010 9:00 AM EDT
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I guess I will have to run the heat this weekend in middle Gergia. Temps are supposed to get down to freezing then back up to 60's.  Hope they don't jack up the electricity rates. If the Cap and Tax law takes effect I believe the quote was "it will necessarily make utility bills skyrocket".  Thanks Barrack...

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posted at 11/4/2010 11:14 AM EDT
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I am still waiting. It was 61 in here yesterday but went up to 65. Maybe when it goes down to the 30's. Trying to hold off do not want a high electric bill. Have had a/c off for awhile now.
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