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Old 15-09-2017, 07:05   #31
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Re: Carbon monoxide alarms going off

Also make sure they are not the wireless interconnected kind. Ours both go off if either of them gets activated if you connect them during setup. That is a feature not a bug. :-)

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Re: Carbon monoxide alarms going off

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How do you know it went off for "no reason"?

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Well that's a great question since you you can't taste or smell CO. I bet the "no reason" is based just on that no one passed out and died!

Mine goes off once in awhile for "no reason", but it's an alarm and I take action based on it. I would prefer to take action based on the alarm and it being wrong, than to not take the actions and it being right.
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