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Old 08-13-2019, 11:49 AM
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Re: Birds in the same room as dryer

One consideration is whether the dryer is electric or gas. Improper combustion and/or venting with gas may permit noxious exhaust contamination. In either case, internal temperatures are raised and the potential presence of teflon/PFOA in conjunction with high heat is problematic.

If you can determine the absence of teflon/PFOA in the heating elements, one hurdle is crossed. A carbon monoxide detector will sound alert to the presence of deadly gas.

Do you have options for another location for your cockatiels?
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