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7:41 pm
January 15, 2010


subzerorepair

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As the days get colder, many people are bringing their electric heaters out for the season. Give Space Heaters Space The Association of Home Appliance Manufacturers (AHAM), the “best source of information about home appliances and the industry http://www.heatersafety.org. Tip number seven is one people might not be aware of:

Unless the heater is designed for outdoor use or in bathrooms, DO NOT use in damp or wet areas. Parts in the heater may be damaged by moisture.

Have a warm and safe winter!


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