I rented a room from a landlord in which he explicitly provided, though not in writing, a microwave, a fridge, and a heater. It is winter and he told me that the room is cold - it is.
The landlord has now rented via Airbnb a different room (I've stayed there prior). The guest today told me that once the heat is turned on, the electricity upstairs - it is a duplex - is shut off. This is the second time this is happening. Once, I turned on the microwave and the power went out, although the guest quasi-apologize spoke to me today to tell me about the power going out once he plugged in the heater.
No more conversation transpired with the renter. I returned today to find the heater in the room I rent, gone, in place a blanket. My things are still in the room, what is a legal recourse? This is the mid-Atlantic US on a one month lease with several weeks to go.