I noticed that the top outlet in my bedroom is very loose and the plug easily moves in there and falls out. I first tried to plug my cell phone charger which is not grounded and it slipped out. Then I tried the laptop charger which is grounded but it would it go in. Apparently the grounded socket has something in there. The bottom outlet seems better, still loose but not as much. And they both charged but I didn't want to leave anything in there. So I called the super and he's reacting like he has no clue what I'm talking about. I kept explaining it and he asks, we'll what do you want to plug in there anyway? So I rattle off some obvious things but I am annoyed as all hell. Because its clear that he's already trying to find a way around replacing this thing. But his can I? I need a lamp next to my bed, and I'd like to charge my phone next to my bed too. So he's coming on Friday to "check it out". i am already anticipating him saying its not a big deal and to spread the prongs to make it stay in. And I am beyond annoyed at his condescending tone with me, as if *I* don't know what I'm talking about. But I read online that anything loose is always a fire hazard. And if I could be sure a fire could happen without any injury to people, I'd be more ham happy to risk it and be all....TOLD YOU! but of course that's no joking matter and my life as well as others could be in danger. Or is a loose outlet really not that big a deal, other than the plug falling it and you think your stuff is charged and its not?