My wife and I switched to a G plan this year after having the F plan for about 5 years. With the F plan no longer offered to new enrollees the charges per year are sure to accelerate faster than they have been with the plan pool shrinking rather than growing. With G you are responsible for the part B deductible. For us, the reduced G plan premiums save considerably more than the deductible for G plan.
But everyone needs to look at the options for their particular situation and location.
Our other reason to change was we also changed Part D coverage. Optum Rx is horrible and we finally had enough of dealing with their mail order system. We switched to Silver Script and we can now get our 90 day supply at Walmart.
Yo Staff,,,,GREAT information for the original poster (when all else fails read the instructions lol) ...….From that it appears a magnetic activated reed relay signal to the circuit board is what controls the actual On/Off light switching. That's NOT the same as a mechanical door open/close activated light switch I discussed above, sorry about that. Troubleshooting therefore is a tad bit more complicated but still possible especially now that the circuit is understood. If its the type of magnetic activated relay I've seen there's not much room for error as far as the magnets location and spacing. I would wonder Is the magnet still there and in place ???? If not or incorrectly located that's bad...So is it a mechanical magnet problem orrrrrrrrrrrrrr a control board failure ??? Hmmmmmmmmmmm
Getting complicated but fun and educational regardless...
An ever curious John T
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