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Old 03-10-2020, 05:06 PM   #1
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Low battery beep

Our 2016 Canyon Starr 3911 Handicap coach has developed a 'cheep' somewhere in the front of the coach. I am sure it is a low battery warning for a CO or some kind of device, but it does not last but an instant and is not giving me enough time to figure out where the device is located.
Can some of you guys direct me to the location? Thanks
Perhaps also tell me what it looks like? I see something that is about a quarter to half inch thick and maybe 2 1/2 inches square on the ceiling above the cabinet that contains the televator lift for the TV
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Check your smoke detector (Not the Smoke/CO unit). Mine fooled me for awhile.
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Me say CO2 Detector
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CO detector. Carbon MONoxide.

CO2 is carbon dioxide, which is what we exhale.
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Old 03-10-2020, 06:06 PM   #5
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The smoke detector on our Canyon Star was above the front passenger seat. Who knows if Newmar kept that position over the years. We had no passenger side slides.
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Our 2016 Canyon Starr 3911 Handicap coach has developed a 'cheep' somewhere in the front of the coach. I am sure it is a low battery warning for a CO or some kind of device, but it does not last but an instant and is not giving me enough time to figure out where the device is located.
Can some of you guys direct me to the location? Thanks
Perhaps also tell me what it looks like? I see something that is about a quarter to half inch thick and maybe 2 1/2 inches square on the ceiling above the cabinet that contains the televator lift for the TV
Replace the battery in the smoke detector on the ceiling above the passenger seat.
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