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Carbon Monoxide safety and alarms
edited 29 October 2022 at 12:03PM in Energy
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"Crews discovered the colourless, odourless and tasteless gas was coming from a bucket of ash in the lounge."
co is produced by combustion so i thin that means they were maybe hot embers int he middle of the ash that were still burning oxygen? i can't find anywhere saying cold ash does the same so our stove which is completely cold in the morning when OH empties it is probably ok. (we normally put the last logs on at 10 so its dying by midnight have a co alarm thats right by the stove thats never even chirped)
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