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Nicole Li and Neil Huang (photo) say their lives are being ruined by Fatemeh Nazaran & # 39; s & # 39; aggressive & # 39; use of the cooling system at all hours of the day and night

& # 39; It sounds like an airplane & # 39 ;: neighbors locked up in a two-year fight over noisy air conditioning that the police have seen ringing a hundred times

  • Nicole Li and Neil Huang live next to Fatemeh Nazaran in western Sydney
  • They say her air conditioning system is ruining lives and she is sleeping
  • The police have been & # 39; at least ten times & # 39; called to her house to tell her to turn it off
  • But the council has said that it is not loud enough to be considered a nuisance
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A couple is locked up in a two-year fight with a grandmother over her noisy air conditioner who has seen them call the police a hundred times.

Nicole Li and Neil Huang say their lives are being ruined by Fatemeh Nazaran & # 39; s & # 39; aggressive & # 39; use of the cooling system at all hours of the day and night.

The unit is located between their homes in a dead end street in Carlingford, West Sydney.

Nicole Li and Neil Huang (photo) say their lives are being ruined by Fatemeh Nazaran & # 39; s & # 39; aggressive & # 39; use of the cooling system at all hours of the day and night

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Nicole Li and Neil Huang (photo) say their lives are being ruined by Fatemeh Nazaran & # 39; s & # 39; aggressive & # 39; use of the cooling system at all hours of the day and night

The Huangs, who are forty and have three children, say that it is only two meters from their living room and four meters from their bedroom.

They told it Daily telegram it sounds like & # 39; an aircraft engine mixed with a waste press & # 39 ;.

According to New South Wales rules, an air conditioner that can be heard by neighbors must be switched off between 10 p.m. and 7 p.m.

But the Huangs say that the 52-year-old grandmother Dr. Nazaran leaves it & # 39; late at night so that they can no longer sleep.

Dr. Narazan (photo) owns the noisy air conditioner

Dr. Narazan (photo) owns the noisy air conditioner

Dr. Narazan (photo) owns the noisy air conditioner

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The police have been & # 39; at least ten times & # 39; called to her house to tell her to turn it off.

Dr. Narazan says that sometimes she forgets to turn it off and that the police looms up in the middle of the night at her home, destroying her reputation as a family doctor.

& # 39; People must think we are drug dealers & # 39 ;, she told the Telegraph.

Parramatta employees in the Council are already close by to tackle the dispute that has been going on for more than two years.

But the municipality and the NSW Environment and Protection Authority both say that the system is not loud enough to be a nuisance.

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A spokesperson for the Parramatta Council said: & # 39; The Council has provided all reasonable services regarding the matter and will not take any further action. & # 39;

A spokesperson for the NSW police said: "With these complaints, police statements are diverted from more serious matters."

The Huangs will tell their story about A Current Affair on Friday evening.

What are the noise standards for air conditioning units?

Air conditioners must not operate at a noise level that is higher than 5 decibels above the ambient noise level of the environment measured at any limit during peak hours.

Or, during off-peak hours, at a noise level that can be heard in the habitable rooms of adjoining houses.

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