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Re: Landlord refuses to fix mold problem in apartment

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. I should mention that the tenants in the same building, located on the opposite side have exactly the same issue. The bought humidifiers. I feel strongly that this should be at the cost of the landlord and not ours.
Do you actually mean de-humidifiers?

You can buy a cheap humidity measurement tool at a DIY place. You can then measure the Relative humidity in all the rooms.

This will give you some idea at to whether it's a problem with damp in one place or a general problem with bad ventilation.
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