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before call the service man you need to reset the RC.
if the problem persist you need to check if the RC is emitting or not on every electronics expert near tou you.
if that ok chek the indoor unit by pushing the manual buton on the right of filters.
if the unit is dead you have problem with suply 110V or with transformer( 110 to12Vdc) or with the main PCboard.
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The info sheet from Northern Tool says this item is not approved for California. There is no mention about massachusetts but if you go to the procom site and do a search for specifications I'm sure you'll find something. For your information, propane heaters consume oxygen to operate but propane produces one gas, carbon dioxide NOT carbon monoxide [which is poisonous] and water vapor - about one ounce of water in a 24 hr heating period. Also be asvised that co-2 will not support life alone but the concentrations produced are very low. I'm in NY state and I use a MrHeat infrared heater in my house in the winter. My co-2 detector has NEVER tripped on.