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sheri Lee
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I have a Coleman gas heater in my mobile home and I want it out!!! If anyone wants it and lives near St. Augustine, Fl., and knows how to remove it without blowing up my home- come and get it!!!
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Robert
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Hi,

I'm moving this to Off Topic Forum where it should get more views, please follow it there.


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Dean3
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Location: NE IA

The colemans from a few years back had a recall,they replaced My Sis's at 1 or 2 years old,said it had a crack that could let fumes into the forced air and kill her. If it is one of those it's better scrapped or fixed,by a pro of course.

A small downdraft furnace could make a darn good garage/shop heater tho,just stick it in a corner and let the air blow under the vehicles.
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Robert
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Here is the recall link just in case needed :

http://www.dgatprogram.com/index.asp



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