Question about Reddy Portable Forced Air Propane Heater w/ Variable Heat Ouput
I have a reddy heater 65,000- 100,000 btu variable propane heater. It looks like it lights fine and runs good but its putting out lots of fumes that irritate my eyes and throat can this be fixed or do they all work this way
This heater should only be used in a very well ventilated area, the sore throat and burning eyes are from carbon monoxide.
Carbon monoxide is potentially fatal. I cannot express how dangerous this is if used in a house or garage without the doors open
Please be careful and let me know if I can provide furthur assistance.
Posted on Mar 02, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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