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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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Hi all, I have a chance to pick up an old white gas powered coleman catalytic heater for little or nothing. Do they work pretty good? I know there's some kind of wick inside, how often does it need to be replaced? Thanks for any help. Robert

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The bad thing about these heaters are that you have no control of the temp. There is just one temp and that is hot. As far as the wick I am not sure about that my dad has one and we have never had to mess with it. I would stick with a sun flower or some thing in the Propane area so you have more temp control.

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If you indeed can get one for next to nothing and money is an issue preventing buying a new propane heater, you can easily regulate the temperature inside whatever shelter you have by opening doors, vents, windows, etc.

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