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Smokes up ceiling above heater and in room

Propane dynaglo heater with three grates smokes up ceiling above heater and room with yellow smoke.

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Sounds like it is dirt in burner causing air to fuel mixture problem needs to be serviced

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Hi Hilary. I'm Roger. There are several different kinds of smoke detectors that detect a fire in different ways and all look basically the same. My knowledge is a few years out of date now but I think the technology has stayed the same. There are some that look for the density of the air passing through them (Smoke). We had trouble with this type in large commercial buildings that had large quantities of dusty air passing over them when mounted in the ductwork. There are others that detect the high carbon content of the air produced in a fire. Others detect the higher than normal temperatures. And the last one I know of, detects ionization of the air. The first three above are self explanatory. Ionization of a flame is a little more complicated but just be aware of it. It applies when higher temperatures than it is set for are present. In general, all of these things rise to the highest point in the room. The ceilings above your stair wells is a good place for a detector. In the kitchen, on the ceiling above a door away from ovens and toasters may be a good location if your kitchen doesn't get really hot when you cook and bake. On the ceilings of the living, dining and bedrooms rooms. Look at the literature that came with your detectors or look it up on line. Most detectors use several of these technologies combined and always give recommendations for locating them. Consider the first three things above when choosing a location for the detector. And, of course, the detector may be set too sensitive for the area it is in and goes off under a condition that is normal in your home. Try switching it with another one in the house and that may help. It could be just plain too sensitive period and can't be used at all. Be aware of how air moves through your home under normal conditions and place them accordingly. In a fire, normal air flow is overcome by the heat pushing air much faster than normal and will quickly hit areas on a ceiling that might normally be a relatively dead spot. Good luck with this. I hope it has helped. Roger

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