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Old 01-01-2016, 04:58 AM   #11
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Good grief. Yes the doors are open. Thanks for the concern though!

Honestly, is there that much of a concern running the furnace in a shop with both bay doors open and all windows open? I figured between the draft and the size of the shop running the heater was a moot point.

If I'm wrong please correct me.
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Old 01-01-2016, 06:37 AM   #12
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Good grief. Yes the doors are open. Thanks for the concern though!

Honestly, is there that much of a concern running the furnace in a shop with both bay doors open and all windows open? I figured between the draft and the size of the shop running the heater was a moot point.

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This is Totally different Info than supplied in Post # 1! We have had a Member ask a Very simular Question in regards to (Living in a RV Inside a building in the Winter) within the past 30 days,we showed the Same concern for them! Better Safe than Sorry! Youroo!!
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I would still not do it. In your example, lack of wind would be a bigger concern. It does not take much CO to cause problems.
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Thanks for all the advice and help.
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Thanks for all the advice and help.

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You can get a 4x8 sheet of foam board from Lowe's or Home Depot for like $12 slide that under your matress.
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Translation not needed. Don't be a troll.
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You can get a 4x8 sheet of foam board from Lowe's or Home Depot for like $12 slide that under your matress.

Thanks, I'm going to check that out.
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I would still not do it. In your example, lack of wind would be a bigger concern. It does not take much CO to cause problems.

Thanks. I really didn't think it would be a big deal. But I will grab an electric heater, my luck is if someone warns you it's gonna happen if you don't react.
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This is Totally different Info than supplied in Post # 1! We have had a Member ask a Very simular Question in regards to (Living in a RV Inside a building in the Winter) within the past 30 days,we showed the Same concern for them! Better Safe than Sorry! Youroo!!

Not different just a shift of info. I appreciate the warning and concern. I agree, better safe than sorry.
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