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Old 01-04-2011, 07:29 AM   #1
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Man found dead in RV

Tragic story, a reminder to all. Please check and replace all batteries in smoke and co testers.

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Tragic story, a reminder to all. Please check and replace all batteries in smoke and co testers.
And test them regularly.
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I saw a post (not sure which forum) just last week where someone was having problems with the CO sensor beeping and someone suggested he unplug it. I sure hope this wasn't that individual. Not having a CO sensor in good operating condition is rolling the dice, and not a game you want to play. I had one save my life at home when the furnace malfunctioned and preach to any that will listen to not be without one.
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