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I get lightheaded from the smell/fumes put out by this heater.

I have had this heater for several months (I use it occasionally) and I still am affected by the smell. It resembles fumes of a kerosene heater in it's affect on me. Should I try a non-ceramic heater instead?

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  • Anonymous Jan 17, 2009

    yes, it makes me feel a bit sick. lightheaded, nausaus, dizzy-like. not like the flu, though.



    I am now trying a fan-forced heater with a wire heating element. It doesn't seem to have the same smell or effect.

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If this making you unwell a non ceramic should help , do you get headaches does it feel like you are getting the flu ?

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