So it wasn't too big a deal but my cake batter overflowed the pan and caught fire. But honestly, if the landlord didn't give us a stove with electric heating coils, you know, the exposed ones from the fifties, it wouldn't have happened. Are these things even legal anymore? And we've been asking about a newer model since we moved in. We had to use a fire extinguisher to put it out so we don't feel safe using it again even if we cleaned it. I don't think you're supposed to anyway. It's once and done, right? But anyway, if the stove was included with the apartment when we moved in, is it the landlord's job to replace it or do we have to?Answer Question
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