==Who's AC is it?== I think so, if it's not yours. If the AC unit was there when you moved in -- IOW, if the landlord provided it -- then you should send him the bill for the repair. Of course, he might have wanted an opportunity to use his own guy to do the repair and give you a hard time about it.
I'm guessing you're wondering if you should pay to fix it, or your Landlord should. Well, I'm guessing if you've rented the house he/she should fix it that's always how it goes down with my family. Well if this wasn't right you need to be a little more specific.Answer: If you are asking if it is your landlord's responsibility to provide you with a window air conditioner, the highly likely answer is no (unless there are extreme circumstances in which building problems make your apartment uninhabitable due to extreme heat, and then it's a maybe). If the window air conditioner came with the apartment, it belongs to your landlord and is their responsibility to replace, repair, or dispose.
It's not illegal. It might be a bad idea, though.
It is possible
There are usually vents under the tail lights.
Because according to physics heat goes upward from downward and cool air goes upward to downward so it is best to place heater on the floor but air conditioner near the ceiling
yes: white death, white pointer, the landlord, the man in the grey suit, it goes on...
Was built for R12, should be converted to R134a
The evaporator coil is probably freezing up which will restrict airflow.
The landlord has a right to ask for the security deposit to be increased when the monthly rent goes up.
the air conditioner kicking on and off will do it too/;p
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