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  • Zman
    Zman Member Posts: 7,573
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    Sounds like the pool boiler, again....
    Low return water temps and poor maintenance no doubt.
    "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough"
    Albert Einstein
  • captainco
    captainco Member Posts: 796
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    This is the 3rd hotel in a week. Motel 8 in Colorado and a Holiday inn Express in North Carolina.
  • SlamDunk
    SlamDunk Member Posts: 1,591
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    do you think a co detector from lowes would have worked? Im thinking of keeping one in my travel bag?
    Intplm.
  • captainco
    captainco Member Posts: 796
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    A CO detector from Lowes may keep you from dying but not from getting poisoned and taken to a hospital.
  • Topazy
    Topazy Member Posts: 3
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    Yes it is sad.
    In this hotel, the service suffered a long time ago. Now there are have problems with the boiler.A series of failures
    Dangerously. :(
  • John Mills_5
    John Mills_5 Member Posts: 952
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    http://www.defenderdetectors.com/

    A few years ago, friends of mine were in a motel lobby waiting to be picked up for a class. Some wore low level detectors on their belts. Started going off. Told the desk agent to call the fire department. No. OK, we'll do it. I think he finally called. Pool heater, no combustion air.
  • Jean-David Beyer
    Jean-David Beyer Member Posts: 2,666
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    I have a big-box CO detector on each floor of my house (required by local code). But in my bedroom, I also have an earlier model of one of these:
    http://www.aeromedix.com/co-experts-2017-ultra-low-level-carbon-monoxide-detector
    SuperTechSal Santamaura
  • Sal Santamaura
    Sal Santamaura Member Posts: 529
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    I have a big-box CO detector on each floor of my house (required by local code). But in my bedroom, I also have an earlier model of one of these:
    http://www.aeromedix.com/co-experts-2017-ultra-low-level-carbon-monoxide-detector

    Ditto, except my older CO Experts detector reached its end of life and was replaced with that current version. :)
    Jean-David Beyer