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Old 03-28-2003, 03:04 PM   #29
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do I feel silly, I was thinking a portable propane heater. if it's built-in you should check and see if there is a vent for outside air for it to burn already. (My house does.) it might not need extra air. also when it says open a window that only means an inch or less. I used the furnace in the moterhome I had, and never once opened a window. I figure if a mouse can get in I have plenty of air exchange. not Buttercup.. she is tight. I will have something open somewhere.

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