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Carbon monoxide alarm sounded this morning I think the problem comes from the heater unit, also the unit on the other bedroom does not heat at all

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Call for service NOW! DO NOT delay. This can be a dangerous life threatening condition. I'm not kidding.

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What makes a ventless gas heater put out carbon monoxide fumes


Any gas appliance that burns gas puts out Carbon Monoxide. The trick is to make it not too much, however, how much is too much. Read this;

http://www.ventfree.org/content/view/42/18/

and there are warnings here too;

https://www.angieslist.com/articles/are-ventless-fireplaces-safe.htm

and a list of the potentially dangerous gases they omit;

https://www.abe.iastate.edu/extension-and-outreach/carbon-monoxide-poisoning-unvented-gas-space-heating-appliances-aen-204/

I would not use one unless I had good ventilatioon and a better Carbon Monoxide alarm.


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When i turn the heater on it makes the alarm go off. what could be the problem


If its putting out carbon monoxide the heater is bad. Turn it off and call a heating company.

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I have just purchased three First Alert carbon monoxide alarms. My home has a basement and bedrooms on the first and second floors. My questions stem from the installation. Should the installation...


When I worked Electrical in a Hardware store we were told by Nighthawk and f\First Alert and we told our customers that you want the detectors 4-6 feet off the floor never near a water heater or furnace since this can cause false alarms. The CO will rise, so one on each floor should be enough near a central stair if possible. Other wise make sure at least one is in the bedroom.

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Good Morning, My nighthawk CO detector went off with a loud continuous alarm this morning while all were sleeping. I reset it and it is not alarming now. I pushed the peak button and it reads 19. The...


When a carbon monoxide detector sends an alarm, there is cause for concern. You mentioned that the other CO detector did not go off, but maybe it is too far away to monitor the carbon monoxide levels that was in this area.

The instructions in your manual would direct you to evacuate the house immediately and ventilate. Your next step is to get a professional to inspect what may have caused the carbon monoxide leak.

A reading of 19 indicates that there is carbon monoxide in that area of your house, unless your CO detector is not working properly. Your local fire department will give you the best advice for what action to take when a carbon monoxide detector sends an alarm.

Be safe, don't assume a carbon monoxide alarm is cause by a defective CO detector, have it inspected.

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The air blows through the heating ducts


The ducts should be inspected for leakage and repaired/sealed as necessary. Also, with any gas burning products in your house, you should be sure to install a Carbon Monoxide Detector in your main living area as well as in your bedroom.

Good Luck & Hope this helps!

Feb 14, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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My First Alert Carbon Monoxide Alarm has failed


If the carbon monoxide detector chirps, the battery may be dead. New batteries can be defective. Check if the light is yellow when the alarm is chirping, it means the battery is low, replace with a new battery.

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For consumer inquires call: 800-323-9005

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Same alarm problem setting offf


As a camper myself, I know that one of the last thing we check is our Carbon Monoxide detectors in our unit. I had an old Class C motorhome with a CO detector that failed to alert me, and my kids got to the point of being nauseous. We were lucky to discover the problem.

A Carbon Monoxide Detector needs to be changed after 5 years because the sensor is designed only to last this long. If your unit needs to be changed, you can shop online on my website http://carbonmonoxidedetectoralarms.com/

Good luck and happy trails.

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I have a Class C motorhome. The unit is in storage and when I arrive to check on the motorhome, the alarm is going at low alarm or needs replacing noise. I had the unit checked as well as the motorhome....


hi chuck. the source of the carbon monoxide is outside of your unit. for example other engines running near by sending fumes into your unit and setting off your alarm

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Carbon monoxide is on


When a Carbon Monoxide Detector alarm goes off, you should follow the procedures that came with the manufacturer manual. Even when the alarm sounds, you cannot smell, taste, or see this dangerous silent killer known as Carbon Monoxide.

Have your house checked by your local fire department for possible levels of CO gas readings. If this all checks out, you can go online to Kidde Nighthawk website and find the manual for your Carbon Monoxide detector model.

Hopefully, you found your solution since you posted this question back in Dec, 2008. Go to my website to read industry information and to view most Brands and Models of Carbon Monoxide Detectors.

Dec 16, 2008 | Kidde Nighthawk Combo Gas/co Detector

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Kidde Carbon Monoxide Alarms


YES!!!! If this unit is working properly you should not be in the house. Maximum allowable safety level for an 8 hour period is 50! If you think it's working properly call the fire department! This will cause dizziness,nausea,etc. Let your fire department find the problem! If you don't believe me follow this link to owner's manual but do it quickly: http://www.kiddeus.com/utcfs/ws-384/Assets/KN-COB-B(9CO5)en.pdf

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