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Old 10-05-2009, 05:41 PM   #11
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No, not me, it was Bender477 that posted about the kerosene heater, heh!
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Griff... ain't that the guy that helps Al Bundy sell womans shoes??

Just as an FYI... I would take the Kero heater outside to light and extinguish every time, it still put out enough oder to bother me. I quit smoking 12 years ago and have got very sensitive to stuff like that.
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Nah! In my name, the first ' f ' is silent!
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Old 11-23-2009, 08:46 PM   #14
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Re: Mr. Heat as primary source of heating

http://www.econo-heat.com/main.html

Hi all, haven't seen any posts about these heaters, I have two in my house and am looking to add a couple more. 3 cents an hour to run, no moving parts, no smells, nothing to collect dust and catch fire.... They do take up a bit of wall space which could be the drawback for Skoolies.
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Re: Mr. Heat as primary source of heating

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http://www.econo-heat.com/main.html

Hi all, haven't seen any posts about these heaters, I have two in my house and am looking to add a couple more. 3 cents an hour to run, no moving parts, no smells, nothing to collect dust and catch fire.... They do take up a bit of wall space which could be the drawback for Skoolies.
How many BTUs do they make per hour? From their website I couldn't see how they are more efficient (able to generate more BTUs per watt) than any other electric heater.
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