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How can a furnace cause carbon monoxide poisoning?

Gas-powered furnaces produce carbon monoxide from the combustion process. The walls of the heat exchanger contain most of the carbon monoxide from the furnace. The gas is directed through your furnace's flue pipe and out of your home if the unit is operating correctly.

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