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Further work on the hot water system in the Jardins d’Apolline complex will require a shutdown of the hot water supply between 10 pm on Thursday, January 26, and 5 am on the following morning, Friday, January 27.
Residents of the building are asked not to turn on hot water taps during this period, and to turn mixer taps to cold water. The cold water supply will continue as normal. Children should be made aware of the need not to use hot water during these seven hours.
When hot water is used in the morning, residents are asked to let the tap run for one minute. Also, great care should be taken since the water will be very hot initially, at 55 degrees. If any discolouration can be seen, the hot water should be run until it disappears.
The administration has apologised for any inconvenience.
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