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Q: Adjusting the heat "level" of the central heating in an apartment?

Central heating just kicked on last night in Beijing, and it was a little bit uncomfortable to sleep next to. Is there anyway to turn down the heat "level", other than cracking a window?

9 years 50 weeks ago in  Housing - China

 
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Other than cracking a window, or turning on the AC to counter the heat, there isn't any way to adjust the central heating system.  When I lived in Dalian, I had to keep a window open most of the time just to make things comfortable.

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Nope. Only way is to regualate it by opening a window. It has been very hot inside in Shenyang even though it is in low low single digits outside at night. I sleep with my window slightly open.

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take more clothes off, but that can cause things to heat up in other ways.

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