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Q:Is this heater made in the U.S.A.?Asked on 12/25/2010 by Watchdog from MN.
A:YesAnswered on 1/16/2011 by Outdoorsman from Barstow, CA
Q:What size Propane does this take..?Asked on 1/27/2010 by Christina from Great Valley, NY
A:If you buy the hose and regulator kit you can use a 20,30,40,or 100 pound cylinder. I also recommend the 110V power supply for the fan.Answered on 10/8/2010 by Spankdiddy from Little Rock, AR
Q:WHAT IS THE DEMENSIONS OF THE HEATERAsked on 1/22/2010 by HOBIE from OCALA FL
A:2' by 2.25'Answered on 11/29/2010 by ty from forestlake , mn
Q:how big is this item?Asked on 1/12/2010 by Anonymous from peoria Il
Q:How heavy is this heater -- too heavy for an 81 year old
It looks like just what I have been looking for.
MaryAsked on 1/11/2010 by Gorney from Harrisonburg, Virginia
A:It is not heavy. Am sure you can pick it up.Answered on 2/19/2012 by Bankhappy from Lake George, NY
Q:Does this use an internal tank or do you need to have an external tank?Asked on 1/14/2009 by GOATMAN from VIRGINIA
A:Here's some more specs about the heater:
When using a 20 lb. propane tank, place cylinder outdoors. Never bring a 20 lb. cylinder indoors.
* 4,000/9,000/18,000 BTU/Hr.
* Gas: Propane
* Operating Position: Vertical
* Valve Position: Pilot, Lo, Med. & Hi
* Heating Time:
* One 1lb. Cylinder: 1.5 to 6 hour
* Two 1lb. Cylinders: 3 to 12 hours
* One 20lb. Cylinder: 25 to 110 hours
* Two 20lb. Cylinders: 50 to 220 hours
* Overall dimensions: 17”L X 10”W X 17.5”H
* Shipping Weight: 16 lbs.Answered on 1/30/2009 by Richard from Gander Mountain
Q:I have this system how, where, can i find the ac adapter cordAsked on 1/11/2009 by Bill from Fulton N.Y.
A:Our retail stores could possible order this item, if not, you can order it from the manufacture.Answered on 1/27/2009 by Spencer from Gander Mtn
Q:When you say it heats a 400 sq. ft. room for 220 hours is that referring to using a 20 lb tank of propane for fuel? and how long will it heat using just the regular ssmall sized cannisters?Asked on 1/7/2009 by the dude
A:I think that is (2) 20LB tanks. 3 hours on 9000 BTU, 6 Hours on 4000 BTU for the small tanks.Answered on 1/31/2009 by Paul from Tampa Bay, FL
Q:Can you use this heater in a RV vehicle?Asked on 12/21/2008 by Anonymous from Illinois
A:yesAnswered on 12/27/2008 by a from wi
A:Sure. Probably wouldn't want to use it while in motion though it may tip over.Answered on 12/29/2008 by Walley Killer from Medicine Lake, MN
A:I would say "yes" with some ventilation.Answered on 1/3/2009 by Mad Mex! from The Great Lakes State, Michigan!
A:Yes you can heat you R.V. with this heater! Used it deer hunting in 34' motorhome when temps ranged from 0 to 20 degrees and kept in 70 degrees or warmer!Answered on 1/11/2009 by dragonfly from WI
Q:I SEE THAT IT REQUIRES 5 D CELL BATTERIES OR AN A/C ADAPTER. ARE THOSE ONLY FOR THE BLOWER, AND WILL THE HEAT STILL RADIATE LIKE THE LITTLE BUDDY IF THE BATTERIES FAIL OR RUN DRY?Asked on 12/18/2008 by RADAR from EVANSVILLE, IN
A:yes It does work very wellAnswered on 12/25/2008 by 1rhino from central new york
A:yes it will still radiateAnswered on 12/27/2008 by a from wi
A:Heats like a champ without the batteries or adapter. The blower does do a great job of spreading the heat. My ice shack isn't insulated so a lot of heat goes out the top the blower really helps to distribute the heat evenly and makes a big difference.Answered on 12/29/2008 by Walley Killer from Medicine Lake, MN
A:I have one batters and ac adapter are only for the fan and it still radiates like the little Buddy and BetterAnswered on 1/11/2009 by Bill from Fulton N.Y.