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Old 11-19-2014, 09:14 AM   #11
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I had the same problem doing some cold hunting here in Alberta last week. I'm thinking of trying this heater, doesn't have a flame to produce carbon monoxide, and doesn't need any power, just lots of propane probably.

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Old 11-28-2014, 09:00 AM   #12
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Kev that heater does produce co2 just be careful any unit that burns any fuel will indeed off gas if you read under specifications all the way at the bottom the last line says (use only in vented locations) I would hate to hear that you woke up dead because of an undersized Forest River furnace not being able to keep your camper warm. If it were me and you had to use something like that type of unit I would have at least 2 co2 detectors one in the room where the unit is and one in the bedroom on the wall next to where my head lays on the pillow. Confided space plus propane burning unit = trouble.

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