hi! i've turned off both shut off valves under my bathroom sink, but water still flows (not drips, flows!) from the faucet. i'm in an apartment and bldg maintainance is a joke (obviously). can i fix this? is it the faucet or something larger? thanks...
Do NOT attempt the repair yourself. If something should happen, the property management will hold you liable for damages. Technically it's your lease, but it's still their property. Put in a maintenance request and wait. If the maintenance is as bad as you say, report the management to the rent control board or the authority having jurisdiction. Obviously this is not a life-threatening situation where it would cause you to rent a hotel room for the week-end.
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