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if a gas fire has been incorrectly fitted and cannot draw enough oxygen from the area it is heating. Carbonmonoxide is produced which is colorless and odourless gas and is hazardous for animals . if it is breathed,it stops the circulation of blood. The person who breathed carbonmonoxide would die eventually.

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