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Gas heaters #70114
11/26/05 11:56 AM
11/26/05 11:56 AM

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I have a gas burning heater in my/the gliders' room. Is it ok to use? I can't think of any problems, it seems very safe...

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I personally would not use a gas heater, only due to their malfunctions and the fumes that they give off. I personally would go down and buy an electrical space heater with a temperature control on it to put in there.

I'm sure others will be along soon to give their opinions on this as well. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/thumb.gif" alt="" />


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Re: Gas heaters [Re: ] #70116
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I agree with Peggy. I don`t trust gas/kerosene heaters and they do give off fumes and I`m sure they`re not good for them to breathe. I don`t even trust electric heaters, at least not unattended, but I use one when I`m home sometimes. I use one of those ceramic heaters for pets at night and it took me awhile to feel comfortable using that lol.


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