- Feb 7, 2018
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Tom_M said:If people were dying, sales of these units would cease immediately.
I see you have never gone out drinking with actuaries at a conference??
That is not how it works and thinking that way only warps reality.
The push would be the lawsuits the company would have to pay out. Not number of deaths.
Go look up what kills who. It may shock you.
Heating an enclosed van violates the approved use of the heater(s). I assure this.
It grinds any potential lawsuit to a sudden halt.
Do you remember the "extension cord fire deaths" in the 70'80's?? 90's?? Still??
They tried suing cord makers...and failed.
People were not supposed to use extensions on heaters.
That's what it came down to.
Go see how many kids roasted due to a quartz heater overloading a cord.
Not one got a cent from the makers of heaters or cords.
Apartment buildings often outlawed plug-in heaters, but it never caught fire with the media.
(Pun not intended. This shit is not funny.)