Gas water heaters must be installed outside the bathroom (except for balanced gas water heaters), and smoke exhaust pipes must be installed in accordance with national standards to discharge the exhaust gas generated by the gas water heater to the outdoors during use, otherwise it may cause carbon monoxide poisoning.
When using a gas water heater, the room must be well ventilated.
When using the flue gas water heater, it is necessary to ensure that the indoor air and outdoor air can undergo natural convection.
Flue gas water heaters should be used with caution in windy weather conditions. If you find that there is wind flowing down the flue into the room, be sure not to use it. 5. The production and sale of direct-discharge household gas water heaters have been banned by the state, but some users still continue to use them, and there are potential safety hazards. These users should pay attention to timely replacement, and use forced discharge gas water heaters or balanced gas water heaters.