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Old 10-22-2015, 06:51 AM   #1
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Have heard that these should be replaced every five years, and see that the manufacturer's shelf life is 10 years (not in service) for these.
Whats the real skinny, and do you have a link to manufacturer's pages that say when to replace them?

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The safe-T-Alert brands are the ones that need to be replaced every five years. The two that have ten year lifespan are the Atwood 32703 Digital Carbon Monoxide Gas Alarm and Atwood 32701 Non-Digital Carbon Monoxide Gas Alarm. Atwood no longer has this products info on their site so I personally called the manufacturer to confirm and they stated that these two should be replaced every 10 years.
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