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Love Your RV: Why our RV carbon monoxide was beeping

Love Your RV: Why our RV carbon monoxide was beeping

WASHINGTON — A little while ago I got a call from my wife telling me the carbon monoxide detector was going off. She, of course, was a bit worried.

The CO alarm was there when we bought the RV new, a brand called Costar. She told me CO detectors front writing lists – Alarm (4 Beeps) and Trouble/Service 1 Beep. So What the heck was two beeps?

I told her best thing to do was take it off the wall (it comes off with a twisting motion) then go outside with it and see if it stops beeping.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

One comment

  1. Yes, but did you buy Certified RV Units? The UL Certification for CO, LP and Fire/Smoke detectors are different. Usually, these units are not available at your local box hardware store. Buy on-line or from a local RV supply store. I recommend you update your excellent article to warm others to only install RV Certified units.

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