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Old 04-18-2016, 04:23 PM   #21
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I would not give too much thought about ventilation unless you are using a tank. I burn WAY more propane cooking dinner than I do taking a shower. Nobody ever talks about ventilation when cooking with propane for some reason?
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I would not give too much thought about ventilation unless you are using a tank. I burn WAY more propane cooking dinner than I do taking a shower. Nobody ever talks about ventilation when cooking with propane for some reason?
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I would not give too much thought about ventilation unless you are using a tank. I burn WAY more propane cooking dinner than I do taking a shower. Nobody ever talks about ventilation when cooking with propane for some reason?
yes yes yes. this unit has a smaller flame than one burner on my stove, i never use the fart fan but some people feel more comfortable with the fan going.
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Yeah, nothing better than spreading a fart out with a fan.

Eggzactly Super, we cook with propane without giving it a thought. We even use the ceramic catlytic heaters inside all night long without worrying about co2. Maybe that wouldn't work out so well after it's all sealed up, but in the early stages of a build this thing leaks heat pretty bad. I never had any issues with co2, because you can feel it if you're conscious. Apparently I didn't die so...
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