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    1. First landlords are not required to provide a refrigerator. If they do provide a refrigerator then it must be in working order and they are required to maintain it. In regards to torn gasget and mold, there are several questions. Does the mold and cracked casket prevent the refrigerator from working properly? If so then the landlord must repair it. Secondly does the mold and other problems present an immediate health problem. For instance if you or someone in your family suffered from asthma and the mold was a trigger then you could demand the refrigerator be repairs. It would be best to have a doctors note of some time detailing the problem. If the refrigerator is a hiding place for the roaches. The landlord must deal with the roach problem. The landlord gets to decide how to deal with the problems as long as it is safe.

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