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Re: Heating in Stabilised Apt. in NYC

Posted by ChrisG on December 20, 2001 at 13:14:17:

In Reply to: Heating in Stabilised Apt. in NYC posted by James rubin on December 19, 2001 at 08:03:52:

i'm not sure if i get the gist of your question, but if it's less than 55 degrees outside, the inside temp of your building should be at least 68. are you saying the LL has the thermostat set to only turn the furnace on at 48 degrees? if so, this is probably a violation of the heat law. but if the temp inside measures higher than 68, then the LL hasn't done anything wrong. yet. keep checking the temperatures at night and daytime. if it gets below 68 during the day and 55 at night, repeatedly, then you have a case.

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