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I have a ventless heater, my house is covered in black soot, i also have a carbon minoxide detector it's never went off, what is it?

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Your ventless appliance probably needs cleaned-the combustion burners and air passages need blown out with compressed air or vacuumed. also ensure you have supply of outside air into your house. if your house is sealed up pretty tight you need to crack a couple windows to let air in. There is no such thing as a truely "ventless"..what they mean is ..properly maintained and operated ventless heaters with proper ventilation are safe to use inside. also be aware that other chemicals in the air of your house from candles and air freshners, cleaning agents, etc will burn in the ventless heaters creating toxic pollution.

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