There is a heater in our living room which we dont use. It is always turned off because there is a missing valve or something. There is always a ton of stuff piled on it because it is ALWAYS off. We had an electrical outage in our town for the last two days. It kicked back on today. I had the baby sleeping in the living room and I was washing up the kitchen. She woke and started crying, and I saw that the heater had a lot steam coming out of it. I yanked everything off of it, grabbed the baby, and ran to the other room where the furnace gauge is and turned it off. I called my mom to come and fix it because I dont know how to turn the valves. It must have somehow been turned - which doesnt make sense because they are hard to turn... Anyways, my question is - Is whatever the steam was harmful? Is there carbon monoxide in it ? Or is it just steam? And what should I do about it since it was in our house ?Answer Question
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