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Hi could you please tell mw where I could buy ceramic support rods for my 'Cannon Live' Gas fire as the ones have got are broken. I also need some new coal for it. My e-mail address is mary.garnett@stockport.nhs.uk Thanks Mary ary

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Are the heaters hydronic? (Heated water flowing thru tubes) If so, the musty smell is because the water has been leaking which is obviously a problem. I know you mentioned that they are electric heaters, but "musty smell" goes hand in hand with moisture.

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