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I have model ssd200ta. Works great except once room temperature reaches it' setting, the front row burner stays on and back row turns off. The problem is the gas smell increases during this situation and we have to manually turn it off. I need help.

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Works great?!? This is a gas heater that reaches temperature and then you smell more and more gas? STOP USING IT! You may kill yourself from inhalation of the gas and it may explode from a spark, such as an electrical switch activating, not only killing you but blowing up the structure you are in. disconnect it and have a licensed professional troubleshoot it. This is not a do it yourself type of project. Sorry. this is a real danger. Don't end up on the evening news.

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