My Test Post on Nonsense

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Thanks for any work that you have been doing to resolve the vent situation. I appreciate your attention to it. However, I noticed starting yesterday after work, the problem remains—this time in reverse. Now my bathroom vent sucks air (though barely) while the kitchen vent blows air (especially obvious when holding toilet paper to the vents). Even putting aside that city codes mandate that bathrooms and kitchens like mine require working exhaust vents, I think we can agree that it’s gross and potentially hazardous to health to have air from the shafts blowing into an apartment.

Of course, I understand you’re trying your best to fix the problem, but perhaps it’s time to contact a specialist/engineer. (If it helps, I’ll go through management directly so as not to bother you guys.) Please let me know what the next step is. You can always reach me .

Thanks for any work that you have been doing to resolve the vent situation. I appreciate your attention to it. However, I noticed starting yesterday after work, the problem remains—this time in reverse. Now my bathroom vent sucks air (though barely) while the kitchen vent blows air (especially obvious when holding toilet paper to the vents). Even putting aside that city codes mandate that bathrooms and kitchens like mine require working exhaust vents, I think we can agree that it’s gross and potentially hazardous to health to have air from the shafts blowing into an apartment.

Of course, I understand you’re trying your best to fix the problem, but perhaps it’s time to contact a specialist/engineer. (If it helps, I’ll go through management directly so as not to bother you guys.) Please let me know what the next step is. You can always reach me .

Thanks for any work that you have been doing to resolve the vent situation. I appreciate your attention to it. However, I noticed starting yesterday after work, the problem remains—this time in reverse. Now my bathroom vent sucks air (though barely) while the kitchen vent blows air (especially obvious when holding toilet paper to the vents). Even putting aside that city codes mandate that bathrooms and kitchens like mine require working exhaust vents, I think we can agree that it’s gross and potentially hazardous to health to have air from the shafts blowing into an apartment.   Continue reading