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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have a Cozymizer gas
If you have the Cozymizer 1, coal basket gas burner, it's meant to be placed into an existing solid fuel burning fireplace. The damper of the fireplace must be open during operation. If this is the case with yours, no additional venting is required. If this is not the Cozymizer model you have, please provide the correct model number.
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Posted on Sep 15, 2011
I just happened to be looking at this site. I have just changed a Cozymiser for a Wonderfire (remote control). For fires over 7kw, you will need a vent in the room - which will cause a through draft. Our Cozymiser was 9.2 kw and without a vent, it was against regulations to use. These regulations came in after we acquired it in 1989! Our new 7kw fire is great and a vent is not needed.
Posted on Feb 27, 2012
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Hi, What Fuel/oil ratio are using?
I'd strongly suggest 40:1 with fully synthetic 2T oil and
How is the bike's compression? It should be165-215PSI. If
it is less than this install new correct size piston and rings and use new gaskets.
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