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Friday, November 10, 2006

chain reaction

I don't know about your house, but it seems like at ours, when one light bulb goes out, the next few days one or more blows in every room. Why is that?


Blogger JenMom said...

I don't know, but I flipped a switch yesterday that controls 4 recessed lights and 3 of them were blown!!!! Of course they are over the stairs & way too high for me to reach.AGHGHGH!

11:23 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I have been SOOOOOO lazy lately. Just not in an internet mood or something....

Isn't this the truth?? We have this problem with our track lighting in our kitchen. One goes out...then another...and another....

This happens in a day or two!!!

10:54 PM

Blogger Four Arrows said...

Hey! I'm still keeping up with you and I started a homeschool blog if you want to see it!
Ellen's Sister

5:46 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

lol too true! It always seems that way doesn't it ??? I had that happen at a previous house. Perhaps they put in all the globes at the same time ??? Who knows lol

4:26 AM

Anonymous snowflakesister said...

In our case I think it is related to the fact that we moved into the house and put all the lightbulbs in on the same day. A life span issue.

That or they have conversations while we sleep. "Hey you two - yea, the Brite Twins - tomorrow is your day to pop, okay?!"

3:46 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

OK, it's been a week and you didn't mention you were going on vacation, so where the heck are you?


11:27 PM

Anonymous johnvano said...

They all go out at the same time because you're replacing them all at the same time.

Go without lights in a few areas for awhile and replace them later. Then you'll find that they don't all blow-out at the same time.

And T.S.? Good luck with that.

11:54 PM


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