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Can you get carbon monoxide from a wood burning stove?

The answer is yes, you can get carbon monoxide from a wood-burning stove. Additional fuels such as gas, oil and solid minerals can also cause carbon monoxide poisoning. Is that correct? It's only bad equipment that puts you at risk of carbon monoxide poisoning.

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