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Old 04-01-2011, 09:22 PM   #43
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I experienced that this winter during Arizona monsoons.

I am about to head up to the Northwet..I will report more in a more humid environment.
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Old 04-01-2011, 10:10 PM   #44
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Thanks, Gina. I'm looking forward to hearing your experiences with it.
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Old 01-30-2013, 06:21 PM   #45
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Gina, How hot does the face of this unit get? Does it have a glass front to keep out little curious fingers?
Are you still happy with gas usage, condensation and the unit in general? I've been considering getting one of these, as our Boler does not have heat. We've had too many cold nights! Also, now we've got two little kids to keep warm as well.
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Gina, just saw this post. Are you still happy with your Blue Flame heater? I'm looking at several possibilities after freezing during the Quartzite gathering.
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OK, sorry, didn't see this dredged up again! Yes, I am still happy with it, tho it currently is NOT permanently installed in the Leocraft (I have to remove the dead gravity feed furnace and modify the mounts).

It still does all I have said it does. I put it on a stand and run a line through an open window last summer, but had mice issues, so I resorted to using my Buddy heater. The mice would climb up the propane line and play with the cat all nite.

Yes, it has a glass barrier between the flame and the grill. The grill gets warm, but not so warm you can't lay your hand on it. It works by quasi convection. The heat actually comes out and up from behind the glass and "shoots" out into the room.

Condensation is there, but not nearly as bad as with a Cat heater or the Buddy heater.

You need to practice all precautions...keep away from flamables etc, and give it a good fresh air supply. You would be happy with it.
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LOL! What part of the Arctic are you currently living in that you need heat in the summer?
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