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Re: Too much heat - is there anything I can do?

Posted by Alex Choi on December 04, 1999 at 22:38:08:

In Reply to: Re: Too much heat - is there anything I can do? posted by richard on December 04, 1999 at 19:09:34:

I have just the opposite problem -- not enough heat. Is there anything I can do?
We are on the second floor and it's always cold. Does airing out the radiators
do anything? The landlord keeps bleeding the radiators, but I think he's full
of it. I think the people downstairs are just controlling the heat for
themselves. Basically, the situation sucks like !@#$!!! It's always cooler
upstairs. Do you know of a way to get even temperatures on BOTH floors?


ps. Please respond to this board (I'm about to quit aol).

: UH tracy.........i know your father never taught you this so I will,
: all radiators have a knob on the bottom which control the amount of steam
: or water going thru it, so take off the radiator covers and turn the
: if they are painted shut then call the super.

: --------------------------------------------------------------------------

: : My apartment has NEVER dropped below 75 degrees, but is usually maintained at a minimum of 80.

: : It has got as high as 92, and that's without any cooking.

: : Is there anything I can do? I am tired of being uncomfortable in my own home!

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