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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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Yes, the heat exchanger can be replaced.
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