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  • Sundance6 May 11, 2010

    We need more information, the problems are TNTC (Too Numerous To Count) (Have you given any thought to a warm friend?)

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Multiple options here, but some may require maintenance worker to adjust.

1) Adjust thermostat. (Got to assume you don't have control of this, or the thermostat is set low to cool other areas and you freeze because of that.)

2) Close the vent in your office. Depending on type of vent, may be as simple as a slide handle, a twist handle, or some apparatus that must be adjusted.

3) Variation of #2 above, place a piece of cardboard in vent to partially or completely close off the vent.

4. OK, dress warmly. Not the greatest idea, but an option.

5. Perhaps the option of last resort, get a small heater and place under your desk to warm you. Need to be careful to not allow anything to contact it and start a fire, nor do you want to overload a circuit.

6. OK, least attractive of all options, change jobs.

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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