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Seriously, you'd think people would know by now.

DanHolohan
DanHolohan Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 15,962
<a href="http://gantdaily.com/2012/10/31/three-hospitalized-for-carbon-monoxide-poisoning-in-maryland/">http://gantdaily.com/2012/10/31/three-hospitalized-for-carbon-monoxide-poisoning-in-maryland/</a>
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  • JStar
    JStar Member Posts: 2,752
    Ugh

    Generators should only be sold with an attached CO detector.
  • Jim Davis_3
    Jim Davis_3 Member Posts: 578
    Can't fix stupid

    Just think they might be healthy enough to vote next week.
  • Bob Harper
    Bob Harper Member Posts: 914
    other sources of indoor CO

    We get Asians who cook indoors with hibachi grilles using charcoal, which produce gobs of CO. They won't listen to reason. My next door ethnic Chinese have two on the back porch. 
  • Jean-David Beyer
    Jean-David Beyer Member Posts: 2,666
    other sources of indoor CO

    When the electricity failed here in NJ for a week, it got pretty cold here because my mod-con would not operate. So not hot water and no showers and no kitchen stove either.



    And I could not even read after 3:30PM or so because it got too dark.



    I did have a coupla flashlights with good D-cells in them. But I lit 8 candles. Not enough to read by, but I had them in my bedroom and closed the door. After a while, my high sensitivity CO detector went off, so I put out 2 of the candles. It goes off at 7 PPM.



    I was surprised that the candles (plain paraffin candles) produced any CO, since they get all the oxygen they want from the air. But they do.



    Needless to say, the legal CO detectors from the big box stores did not go off.
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