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January 05, 2010


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The unit we bought had a timer, three heat settings, and a thermostat. I set the unit to an extravagant 68 degrees and the heater put out a nice radiant warmth that made me never want to leave the blogosphere, while the outside temperature stayed at about 38 degrees. I helped the process along by closing the door to the room so the warmth wouldn't escape out the doorway and into the hallway.

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