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If Your CO Detector Alarm Goes Off

  • Make sure it is your CO detector and not your smoke detector. 
  • Check to see if any member of the household is experiencing symptoms of poisoning. 
  • If they are, get them out of the house immediately and seek medical attention. Tell the doctor that you suspect CO poisoning. 
  • If no one is feeling symptoms, ventilate the home with fresh air, turn off all potential sources of CO -- your oil or gas furnace, gas water heater, gas range and oven, gas dryer, gas or kerosene space heater and any vehicle or small engine. 
  • Have a qualified technician inspect your fuel-burning appliances and chimneys to make sure they are operating correctly and that there is nothing blocking the fumes from being vented out of the house.

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