Originally Posted by roadtrippyhippies
We have a 19FBS and prefer our ceramic heater to the propane heater. We always plug it in in the bathroom since that outlet is a GFCI. The cord is long enough to pull it out in front of the couch and point straight at the bed to keep us warm. We left it on for days last winter and it has never tripped it. Good luck!
All your other 110VAC outlets are daisy-chained from the GFCI in your bathroom. The other outlets "probably" (i.e., should) have a sticker on them saying something like "GFCI protected outlet."
It's a crappy picture, but here's the outlet under my kitchen sink. It says "GFCI protected outlet" on the left side (GFCI in large letters). My actual GFCI outlet is in my bathroom, like yours.
So plug it in wherever you like.
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