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Old 12-22-02, 10:03 AM
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Exclamation Heating Furnaces & Appliances Posting Cautions (Carbon Monoxide Info & Links)

Note To Moderators & All Members Posting Replies To Questions On Gas Fired Heaters, Heating Units, Space Heaters & All Types of Heating Appliances.

Please read all questions pertaining to heaters very carefully. The advice we offer & that which we do not offer or suggest in our replies may not provide a safe solution to the problem.

Heaters using gas of any fuel type, operating incorrectly, are the number one gas appliance producers of CO.

CARBON MONOXIDE is an odorless & invisible killer.

As professionals in the industry, we must be alert to key words in a question. If there is any doubts, as pros we should highly suggest to the person asking the question to seek professional on site help. Doing so on our parts is true professional help.

CARBON MONOXIDE PRIOR THREADS:
http://search.doityourself.com/texi...3&submit=Search

CARBON MONOXIDE WEB SITE INFO:
http://www.carbon-monoxide-poisoning.com/symptoms.html

SOUTHERN CAL GAS CARBON MONOXIDE WEB SITE INFO:
http://www.socalgas.com/safety/appliance.shtml#co

Company Web Site
http://www.socalgas.com/

Gas Heating Informational Pages:
http://www.socalgas.com/residential/.../heating.shtml

Construction & Building Services:
http://www.socalgas.com/construction/

Consulting and Third Party Services:
http://www.socalgas.com/3rdparty/

Main Safety Page:
http://www.socalgas.com/safety/

Appliances Safety Page:
http://www.socalgas.com/safety/appliance.shtml#co

Additionally:

Industry Professionals: PLEASE use layman's terms in posting replies.

As professionals, we cannot & should not expect members asking questions, especially pertaining to heater problems, to know all the terms, technical phrases, purposes for every part or parts, safety devices, etc which may be the cause of any heaters problem.

Use the names and terms used in the industry and/or trade. But also clearly describe them. Doing so helps to insure the asking party understands more exactly what is being instructed and or advised to them.

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