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I had an home energy audit done and the carbon monoxide level reading was 266 parts per million, which the auditor was way too high. Is this a high level for a ARGS7650 gas oven or within the specifications for this model?

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The oven is not burning properly, you require a service on the appliance by a gas registered engineer, as this is specialised area that requires special equipment without getting into this too far, it should cost depending on location, around £50, if you have a gas boiler the same engineer can offer this service.
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