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Re: Heat/Smell in Apartment

Posted by Chris G on August 31, 2001 at 20:32:34:

In Reply to: Heat/Smell in Apartment posted by Bry on August 31, 2001 at 17:56:32:

what exactly is this smell? where is its source? i sure hope its not gas leaking from a faulty line (or the stove itself if its pilot lights are out). that can be bad news. if it's not that, then what is it? a dead animal in the floorboards? you gotta figure this out, cuz what i know from smells, they don't just get better, they only get worse.

pinpoint where its coming from; if its a gas leak, call the gas company and have them look into it. write a letter ot the landlord and explain that if this isn't taken car eof you will withhold rent. you've only been there 4 days, so its unlikely its your fault, so you are in a good position to complain. as for cooling the apartment ... welcome to new york city!

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