i feel your pain....mine went out a bit over a week agoin my rental outside of paradise. actually thursday. I came home and it was set as usual at 72 and was running on and was like 62 in the house. anyway, we called friday and they gave us attitude about it. I told them I have a 5 month old and they jumped thru the hoops because of being a child in the house and the cool temps. They had someone out that afternoon to check it out. got fixed the next monday. i had the pressure of getting it fixed because i was out of town this week The shark landlords don't make it their problem unless you pressure them about it becuase you still have to pay the rent and getting it fixed costs them money. almost seems a bit of deception works against them best. Use a little white lie and tell them you have a child with you for the weekend and need it fixed right now. For the most part when a child is "involved" the do their job the way it is to be done. as for any recourse, there isn't really much that can be done. all they have to say it is we went and the part can't be here until next business day...monday, unless you can prove them being negligent in something
good luck with the sharks!
Your lack of planning does not constitute an emergency on my part
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