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oem CO detector
The factory CO detector timed out and needs replacing. Wondering if it is necessary with residential refrigerator and AH? Don't use the stove for heat, so looking to just eliminate it. Just replaced the gas detector 2 months ago.

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No concerns about the generator?

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No concerns about the generator?
Diesels don't make CO

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Better safe than sorry in a closed environment.  Plus if you ever want to sell the coach, an intelligent buyer will require working safety equipment.

BTW, LP and CO detectors have a 5-7 year lifespan, so if yours are original, they are WAY past...

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Better safe than sorry in a closed environment.  Plus if you ever want to sell the coach, an intelligent buyer will require working safety equipment.

BTW, LP and CO detectors have a 5-7 year...


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Just FYI
John M.

"While diesel fuel combustion engines produce lower levels of carbon monoxide than gasoline engines, these emissions can still generate lethal amounts of carbon monoxide given a sufficient amount of time in an enclosed space....

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Just FYI
John M.

"While diesel fuel combustion engines produce lower levels of carbon monoxide than gasoline engines, these emissions can still generate lethal amounts of carbon monoxide...


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My LP and CO detectors (all three) failed last  year.  2AM false alarms. They were only four years old.

Was not a voltage issue. Replacements work fine.