Only one day hotter than 100 degrees this summer, it's a nice change from last year when both people and plants all but melted during a drought that left much of Kansas feeling crispy.
As Kansas First News Reporter Kevin Boughton reports, a home appliance many of us couldn't live without in the summer needs some TLC so it is ready when you ask it to work overtime when the mercury spikes.
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