Sunny is alight and a warning

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Post by coalnewbie » Fri. Oct. 19, 2018 8:22 am

It was 23 this morning the AK180 is pumping. I decided to add some winter cheer with Royal Oak charcoal in Sunnyside. CN is lazy and so all summer I have had a tractor sump heater 200w on and it had disintegrated and set itself on fire. As it was in the ash bin it did not matter. I have heard warnings on the internet of these types of heaters starting fires so beware. I forget the make but they had a handle and a plate.

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Post by lsayre » Fri. Oct. 19, 2018 9:48 am

Here I thought you made a typo, and the title should have read ... "a warming".

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