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What you are getting is tar from the wood - gets thro anything. are you burning unseasoned wood?
Posted on Nov 05, 2008
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Gas fittings should only be opened by competent technicians using properly sized tubing wrenches and approved joint SEALING materials. APPROVED Post assembly leak tests should be performed and inspected to assure system integrity. Too tight is just as dangerous as too loose for joint connections. Carbon monoxide detectors should always be equipped & routinely maintained in every living space. Thermocouples & heat sensors (like properly sized fuses & breakers) are engineered for everyone's safety and wellbeing. MANUFACTURER'S Instructions should be precisely followed when service is necessary.
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