Be glad the LL is interested in maintaining the property. This site is full of tenants wanting to cancel their lease because the LL ignores the property.
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I don't see it as harassment. There is an ongoing problem and they have been unable to find it or completely fix it. It might not be a true emergency all the time, but if there is a leak, that could be considered an emergency.Ask a similar question