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Not sure about that, but if it helps we kept smelling a strong gas smell from our water heater vent in our Winnebago, it then ran out. We are complete novices with an American Motorhome but was told its normal to smell gas as it runs out - so what you've said makes sense.
As an ex gasfitter I can tell you that there should NEVER be a smell of gas at any time, whatever the level of gas in the bottle, check ALL connections with soapy water and I suspect you'll find a leak somewhere. DO NOT look for escapes with a naked flame under any circumstances !!!!
If it is a new butane gas heater and the cylinder and heater are portable and in the same room, shut them down!!!!!
THEY ARE KILLING YOU.
NEVER use a gas heater that is not directly vented to the outside!!!!!!!
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