Question about Kitchen Appliances - Others
It could be carbon buildup, or it could be the oxygen depletion sensor that turns the unit off for your safety if the oxygen levels in the dwelling drop too low.
Try placing the unit hear a window with the window cracked open. Fire it up and see if it behaves differently. Fossil fuel space heaters can be dangerous in very cold weather because they consume large amounts of oxygen and can cause carbon monoxide poisoning - be careful.
A window should always be kept cracked in the are where the heater is operated.
Posted on Dec 12, 2009
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