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Owner left a Duracraft air heater in home, model CZ 600. I am not familiar with it, and need instructions on how to use it. Does it require water, or can I just plug it in?

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Just plug it in. Water is not what is inside of unit, Oil is inside. Put the dial at the amount of heat that you are wanting to come out. Very simple poroduct to use. I have owned my unit for over 10 years now.

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DO NOT USE THIS HEATER, IT WILL BURN DOWN YOUR HOUSE!!!
THE PLUG IS FAULTY AND WILL BURST IN TO FLAME!!
I BOUGHT 2 OF THEM MODEL CZ 600 TYPE 1. BOTH OF THE CAUGHT FIRE WHIL ON THE MEDIUM SETTING

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