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Given how low you're keeping the apartment temperature, and given that the ambient temperature is relatively warm, I think you can probably get away with leaving it in place. You'll lose some heat, but nowhere near as much as you would if the differential between inside and outside was greater. Digressions: I've seen some weird-and-sometimes-wonderful ...
If the small pipe is frozen, the gas is insufficient. Call a service man to recharge some gas again.
Also check your ground. I just ran across an intermittent blower issue (cycling on and off constantly during call for heat from the thermostat) that was due to a poor ground connection on my 120 volt to 24 volt transformer on an old Janitrol furnace. The ground side of the 24 volt half of the transformer had 2 wires connected to it. The good one went to ...
There is a chemical added to natural gas (ethyl mercaptan) so you can smell leaks. However, this chemical burns, otherwise you would smell it when using a gas stove -- so it will not warn you of a leak after combustion, which is where the Carbon Monoxide (CO) hazard exists. You should probably inform company B, and your home warranty company, that their ...
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