She said it’s normal for the electric coil to burn off any microbial buildup from sitting idle for the prior 6 months
Having anxiety complications can make normal life situations problematic. I worry about leaving lights and electronics on when I leave the beach house over the fear of a fire. It’s so overwhelming that I spend a nice 30 minutes of my commute to labor upset that I forgot something at home before leaving the house. Maybe this means that I have mild OCD, but the result is the same—I end up wasting rare moments of my afternoon because of my neuroses. However, occasionally my anxieties are completely justified. There was a afternoon where I had left my oven on before leaving for work. To be honest, since the oven was empty it entirely would have been wonderful and perhaps boiling the house, but I still felt justified when I got home and saw that the light on the display was shining. I swiftly turned my oven and promptly left for labor again. I thought this was a similar situation when I odored terrible odors coming from my furnace when I turned it on yeahterday for the first time in months. Of course going on the internet just made me even more upset than I was before. I called my heating and cooling professional, but she thankfully assured me that there was nothing wrong with my furnace. She said it’s normal for the electric coil to burn off any microbial buildup from sitting idle for the prior 6 months. After a afternoon’s worth of heating, the odor was gone and didn’t return. It’s smart to get a single’s heating plan checked regardless, but I still let my anxiety get the best of me again.