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Can fireplace set off carbon monoxide detector?

Fireplaces and other fuel-burning appliances are the main sources of carbon monoxide exposure. Is this true? If a faulty fuel-burning appliance such as a natural gas burner is operating in an enclosed space which lacks good ventilation, dangerous amounts of carbon monoxide can be released and cause poisoning.

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