said by Bob4: said by Draiman:
Test for a properly working heater and, if present, air conditioner
Test for a working oven hood/fan (carbon monoxide danger)
How do you test a central A/C in the winter?
We don't have a stove exhaust fan. But it's an electric stove.
FHA rules say they must mark the A/C stuff (Questions 10F through 10J) as "Yes" if it's below 60 degrees and can't test it. Typically they'll put a comment on page 5 that states the A/C could not be tested. That's a loophole for sure.
You don't need an exhaust fan in the kitchen. It's highly recommended and might be code for some places. If you do have one it has to work and vent outside. The range type makes no difference. Food smokes the same in a pan on gas or electric. --
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