DENVER - Residents of a Denver condominium complex say they are using ovens and space heaters to heat their apartments.
Nearly 500 units at the Woodstream Falls Condos at South Dayton Street and East Illiff Avenue have been without heat for more than two weeks.
The 40-year-old building's central heating system broke down.
Building management says repairs took a long time because replacement parts for a broken boiler had to be ordered from out of state.
Some residents are angry. They claim management told the residents to wear extra clothing and buy space heaters, something many cannot afford.
Management says the boiler has been fixed but residents say they still don't feel any heat.
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