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desk or hire a repair tech to check out the noise. Try calling a local store that sells gym equipment for a referral to a repair service. • Tighten bolts and screws or any other part that comes loose— and look for them every month or so. If a part detaches from the ma- chine, it could cause you to trip or fall during your workout. Prevent the accident with regular inspec- tions.


• Enlist a repair tech to do an- nual maintenance, including oiling moving parts so they don’t dam- age each other as they rub together when the machines are in use. The tech also will inspect cables and wires for fraying or other damage. • Ask an electrician to deter- mine whether your home’s electri- cal system can handle a treadmill and other electric gym equipment. Especially if you live in an older home, the system might not be designed for the added load, which can lead to tripped circuits. The electrician can upgrade the electric- ity in your home to accommodate your good intentions.


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number in this newsletter, call our office, identify yourself and the number. We will credit your electric bill $25. The number may be located anywhere in the newsletter and is chosen at random. If you don’t know your account


number, call our office or look on your bill. To get the credit, you must call before the next month’s newsletter is mailed.


Student Video Challenge Focuses on Geothermal Technology


Through the use of video and social media, junior and senior high school students have a unique opportunity to showcase their creativity and compete for close to $60,000 in scholarship dollars and grants. The Go Go Geo Scholarship Video Challenge will officially be launched to


schools on Jan. 7, 2013; however, information is already available via the contest website – http://www.GoGoGeoChallenge/. Touchstone Energy Cooperatives are the title sponsor for this event, with geothermal manufacturers, including ClimateMaster, Bosch and Water Furnace, as so-sponsors. NFEC is a member of this Touchstone Energy Cooperative alliance.


Eligible students will be challenged to use their creativity in the pro- duction of a one to three minute video. Seven message themes have been created for the contest, with each 6125-001 having a geothermal signifi- cance. Information on the contest Web site will offer participants a general understanding of each theme.


The challenge will consist of a Regional Competition, which will di- vide contestants into five regions, based on zip code. The top winner from each region will advance to the Final Competition to compete for even more scholarship dollars. In the final competition, the five winners will meet with judges in Oklahoma City for the final scoring and winner an- nouncement.


Any high school junior or senior residing in Oklahoma is eligible to


participate. A list of eligible zip codes is posted on the contest Web site. For team entries, scholarship funds will be distributed equally, if their entry is designated as the winner. Teams are limited to three persons. “NFEC is excited to be partnering with other Oklahoma Touchstone


Energy cooperatives in this exciting project for high school juniors and seniors,” says NFEC General Manager Scott Copeland. “This contest could not come at a better time. The advancement of geothermal technology is quickly making this option very viable for many homeowners, who may be interested in making a change to a more affordable, energy-efficient heat- ing and cooling system.”


For more information on this program, contact Kenny Waugh, coordi- nator of NFEC’s youth programs, at 580-928-3366.


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