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This battery-operated carbon monoxide (CO) alarm provides continuous monitoring of CO levels and will sound a loud warning signal if elevated CO levels are detected.

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The owners manual states that it can be used between 40F to 100F.

I'm a very safety conscious person.. I think every home should have a CO detector, especially for $8.50. Alkaline AA's aren't exactly expensive these days either, and even if they were, the batteries in these detectors seem to last a long time.
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That's darwin...generators are not for inside use
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If you have an attached garage or run a propane BBQ I would suggest it.
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Great price. FYI: the 3 AA batteries included are alkaline not cheap "heavy duty"
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refresh my memory... my house is 100% electric(as well my entire subdivision), do I need CO detectors?
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refresh my memory... my house is 100% electric(as well my entire subdivision), do I need CO detectors?
You likely shouldn't [disboards.com] unless you have and ever use a fireplace.
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You likely shouldn't [disboards.com] unless you have and ever use a fireplace.
thanks! I do have a fireplace, but it "burn" fake fire.(big glowing orange/red electrical elements that look like real flames) Smilie
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refresh my memory... my house is 100% electric(as well my entire subdivision), do I need CO detectors?
If you have an attached garage or run a propane BBQ I would suggest it.
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If you have an attached garage or run a propane BBQ I would suggest it.
Or if you ever light a match...
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thanks! I do have a fireplace, but it "burn" fake fire.(big glowing orange/red electrical elements that look like real flames) Smilie
Or use a generator. Or have a car that doesn't use a key and has a push button start. They don't call it the silent killer for nothing.

Every hurricane people drop like flies.
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Or use a generator. Or have a car that doesn't use a key and has a push button start. They don't call it the silent killer for nothing.

Every hurricane people drop like flies.
That's darwin...generators are not for inside use
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That's darwin...generators are not for inside use
People sleep with windows open and their generator running outside and die too.
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I have heating furnaces in unconditioned attic and crawl space. Any one having an educated opinion regarding if these can withstand temperatures down to 5 F in winters and up to 130 F in summers?
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after i move the unit to fresh air, do i get to go back to sleep?
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The owners manual states that it can be used between 40F to 100F.

I'm a very safety conscious person.. I think every home should have a CO detector, especially for $8.50. Alkaline AA's aren't exactly expensive these days either, and even if they were, the batteries in these detectors seem to last a long time.
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