I live in a 2 bedroom 2 bath apartment in fullerton, comes with central air conditioning. The air unit inside the apartment is very old, it works well, but very old. My we keep it on auto at 72 degrees most of the day. My electric bill is average 400 bucks, is this normal? Edison says it's because I run the AC under 78 degrees, but 400 for a tiny apartment seems ridiculous. I believe it's because of the age of the AC unit. Is the landlord required to replace with a modern unit because of the cost of the out of date unit?
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