...and I didn't even leave the state of SC! Left the house at 7:30 Wednesday morning, and got home at 8:30 Thursday morning.
First stop Wed. was a quoted repair in Columbia. Parts were never ordered, and customer rescheduled due to not being in the loop
Onto Cheraw, SC. No A/C due to loose belt, and iced up coil. Tightened the belt, thawed the coil, checked out the other units, and headed out.
Next call: Easley, SC, no A/C due to broken belt. Replaced the belt(thank God for spares on site), and started heading south.
Get home at 11:00pm....5 minutes later, the phone rings: A store in Charleston needs the reefers and and A/C's reset at 3:00 am, when the water flow is restored (water sourced components). Which gave me an hour to relax, and wolf down some cookies. Out on the road at midnite, arrive an hour early to scope out the place and find all the breakers/ resets. At the appointed hour, I reset everything, and make sure it's good to go. The reefer, a 'walk-in-cooler', runs for 45 minutes and goes into defrost. So now I have to wait for it to come out of defrost, start cooling again, and wait for it to meet the safety setpoint on the alarm panel. 1.5 hours later, the unit is back in the 'greenzone', I take a picture of the temperature, and tell the mgr. on duty he is good to go.
Call my boss at 6:00am, tell him there is still another call here, but I've been up for 24 hours, and have to leave. It'll be a lot worse if I misdiagnose something due to fatigue, than for the customer to wait an extra couple of hours.
Leave there at 6:30am, got home 2 hours later.
I have got find a job in stationary engineering. This poop is getting old, and so am I.