Are there areas where a residential CO alarm cannot be installed?
Thur Sep 12, 2002
· Do not install CO alarm behind furniture or drapes, in closets or areas that will block air flow to a CO alarm.
· Do not install CO alarm within 12 inches of corners, windows that can open, exterior doors, heating and return air vents, or other drafty areas.
· Unless the alarm is UL listed for residential unconditioned area use, not in a garage, furnace/boiler room, utility room or any unconditioned (no heat or cooling) of the residence.
· Note: Older homes and manufactured homes may not be as air tight as newer homes. Use caution when selecting an installation on outside walls and near windows.
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