==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
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
There are usually vents under the tail lights.
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.
First of all the word is TENANT. Generally speaking, the answer is no. A landlord cannot control the behavior of his tenant. If the tenant is too loud you have the right to call the police and let them handle the situation. Generally speaking, you cannot withhold the rent from your landlord because of an annoying condition. If there are maintenance issues with your apartment such issue interferes with your essential living -- for example, your water heater goes out -- then, following your State's landlord and tenant law, you can follow the guidelines to remedy this situation. For example, in Florida, if your water heater goes out and you notify your landlord at least seven days before the rent is due, and the landlord does not fix the water heater, then you can have the water heater replaced yourself, then deducted from the rent.
The landlord has a right to ask for the security deposit to be increased when the monthly rent goes up.
Well during sexual intercourse a penis goes up it. But during the menstrual cycle a tampon goes up it.
it goes to your thighs it goes to your thighs it goes to your thighs it goes to your thighs it goes to your thighs
the air conditioner kicking on and off will do it too/;p
The tenant is responsible for what ever they put up in the unit, first they need to ask the landlord if they have permission, it is a much better idea that the landlord should make all the necessary changes, that way the tenant does not have the responsibility nor the costs. If the landlord declines and the tenant goes ahead anyway, the tenant can leave themselves wide open to be sued for damages if anything goes wrong.
during the summer santa goes to Hawaii for a vacation and he sometimes goes to Europe
No. If he chose to give your adult children money, then that was his decision and you are not obligated to reimburse him for any of it. And to take it a bit further, even if the children were still minor after the divorce and he chose to give them money, you would not be obligated to reimburse him for that, either. Child support money goes to the custodial parent for support of the children, not directly to the children.
She doesnt go during the show. shes goes before and after
Just the drain tube "yes" but not the nipple that it goes to.............
Natural oils in your hair. If you use conditioner, try only putting in on the ends and not on the roots of your hair. If that doesn't work, try getting a special shampoo and conditioner made to reduce how oily your scalp is.
during inhalation diaphragm goes down and ribs goes up.
The thermostat tells the air conditioner to pull in air. The air then goes through cooling lines in to the house. goes through the vents and out through the registers in the rooms of the house.
Loud noise is not a good description. If its a loud squeal turn the air conditioner or defroster off. If the squeals goes away the compressor or the clutch for the air conditioner compressor is locked up.
Your best option is to go on a month to month basis, if your landlord will allow it, this of course depends on the area and the country you live in.
Well, the air goes in and sucks the other up. and then it gets hot and sweaty, like Chloe's clunge