Question about Rinnai Desa Vent-Free Infrared Gas Heater: Vent-Free Infrared Gas Heater(18,000 BTU)

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I have beeping but no flashing lights

I turned it off & then on..........no difference

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  • levtron2 Dec 29, 2008

    I unplugged it, waited & it went away



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What is the beeping off and does it have batterys

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