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What causes carbon monoxide alarm to go off?

Fireplaces, wood burning stove, gas heaters, charcoal grills, or gas logs can produce unsafe levels of CO if they are unvented or not properly vented. Vehicles left running in a garage can cause exhaust to enter the home. A CO problem in the home can be caused by these things.

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