Question about Rinnai Desa Vent-Free Infrared Gas Heater: Vent-Free Infrared Gas Heater(18,000 BTU)
From what you have written I think that you have a LP heater... Is the tank new?? if so it will take some time to burn off the bad gas and the stuff they use to "dry" the gas in the tank...
With these heaters you should have a window opened a bit at all times anyway. They are unvented so you need to have some fresh air to keep the bad CO from building up in the house...
The flame can also react with some gas inside the home...that is very hard to isolate and could take some time to go away...
You will either have to tough it out and wait till everything levels out or find a different style of heat...
Wish I could give you better news, but I can't...sorry!!
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
What you may try is to open the windows and turn on the heater for a couple of hours and let the chemicals burn off the elements where the spilled some of the leak check fluid This fluid is just soap and water they use it to test for gas leaks. Also, have a carbon monoxide test done since you are saying your getting headaches. In fact I would have the monoxide test done asap to insure your safety.
Good luck hope this helped you some
Posted on Feb 08, 2010
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