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Cement around heater elements has cracked and fallen out

Heater is used on porch and only on occasion. all the cement around burners has cracked and turned to powder...heater is in it's second season

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  • mountaindanc Jan 16, 2009

    of course it still runs...although at that rate it is no longer radiant but now blue flame!....I took it apart and resealed it but I would say that it was put together poorly to begin with and would not recommend buying another.

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  • paulcarew Jan 17, 2009

    okay the cement will need to be redone as air is getting in from the side of the of the flame making it blue you will have to recement in between them you can buy this from a heating shop , this should make it turn red again ,



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