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Old 08.09.2015, 11:07
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Re: Does heaters work in night?

Mine are the same - heaters clunk and click around 10pm and then again around 6 am.

Just put a pair of socks on!!

I do remember one year in October sleeping with a wooly hat on. My landlord (who lived downstairs) was away on holiday. When he got back he explained to me that i had to "bleed" the radiators. After that it was almost too hot. I had one of those ones that took up almost a whole wall!! It was great to lean against after coming home in the Winter.
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Heaters in my house are not working in the night time. I asked my landlord...he said "heaters don't work in night in whole Zurich." I really doubt.. Can someone help me with the correct information...
Heating is completely off at this time of the year. In a typical building in the Mittelland, sunlight is more than enough to keep the inside warm until.
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Re: Does heaters work in night?

Lol, tenant people problems.


We can have our heating on any time we want... with 36 hours notice to get the ovens warm enough!


You people don't know how lucky you are...
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Heating is completely off at this time of the year. In a typical building in the Mittelland, sunlight is more than enough to keep the inside warm until.
Heating is already on here thankfully! It depends on the temperature and the building management. The nights are already cold enough to warrant it. Anyone (here) who doesn't want the heating on simply turns the radiators down or off.
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