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Old 02-03-2009, 08:26 PM   #15
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I have had a problem with my detector alarming.
Since my coach is a 2004 I figured it might be the age of the detector. I bought a new one from Camping World only to find a manufacture date of 2005 on the new one.
Is the age problem with use or date made? Anyone know?
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Frank, use of the co detector or any detector that is contaminated with substances has an effect on the life of the detector. The more concentrated the pollutant the shorter the life. This is not to say that a none used detector does not have a life span because it does. You would want to try to find the freshest detector available if you are going to keep it for many years.
I stumbled across this post but many more would be expecting to see a new discussion for your question. Try starting a new topic for new comments or questions in the future. Thanks.
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