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Re: Tenant found mouse droppings by Garry on October 13, 2021 @08:22

Mice are generally outside creatures. But they move inside when winter comes, seeking heat and food. Just put out some snap traps, sticky traps, or Decon poison to get rid of them. No need to call a pest control company, as they will do that same thing.

Allergies generally flare up in the Spring and Summer when people are more outdoors. But they can be year around if the allergies are caused from being around cats and dogs. Tell her to give it another 30 days for her allergies to clear up. If they don't, ask her to go see a doctor at that time, and if the Dr. says its from an animal, offer to let her out of the lease, with a full refund of her deposit. (you only want HAPPY,HEALTHY people as tenants, and you can't PROVE there were never any cats of dogs in your rental )

About the dryer-------If its a gas dryer, something may be causing the ignitor to malfunction. If an electric dryer, it could be a fuse/breaker that went bad.
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Re: Tenant found mouse droppings by John on October 13, 2021 @09:31 [ Reply ]
Thanks Garry,

It's a gas dryer, I plan to head down there, I did some research and there are several thermal fuses on the outside etc. She says it's spinning but only cold air.

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