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  1. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Simple to install, had it for 10 months problems. It's the only one I could find that works with low pressure; also uses two D cell batteries for ignition. (information below video)
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Lately I have had the past on my mind, namely propane lighting. In researching that period in history between non-electrical society and widespread electrical adoption when kerosine lanterns, candles and gas lights where more of a mainstay I have began to wonder how economical a modern house...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I live in a small city in an apartment. I have no fireplace. In a long term power failure in wintertime, is there any way I can survive the cold? this is electric heat so if there was a long term power failure what could I do? right now its -22 C, which is about -7 F I think. I turned the heat...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So we have a big storm heading towards us in PA, and It gave me a good reason to get a generator... I called Tractor Supply in the town near to me- They were taking names and trying to get an emergency order in. Tractor Supply in the next town - same thing. (They did have 1 1500 watt -too...
  5. Urban Survival
    If given your choice of a kerosene heater or ventless propane for emergency backup which would you rather have?
  6. Urban Survival
    Hello, I want to get a back up heating source because I don't have a fireplace. I am thinking of getting the propane heater called the Big Buddy by Mr. Heater. I don't like the smell of kerosene unless I'm out camping. Is there any good reason why I should get kerosene over propane...
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