Question about Sunbeam SLP3310UM Heater
I think that you should be fine leaving it on as long as it isn't close to any law school books or outlines, as those are known to be combustible. However, if you're worried about damaging anything of value, I would recommend covering the heater with any pea-coats that you may have laying around.
Posted on Nov 16, 2010
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