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Re: Smoke and CO2 detectors

I seem to recall on my "home depot" CO alarm something about dosage over time triggering it rather than just a set level, but then it wasn't a cheap one. I'd have to go and dig out the instructions, but in any case, I think I'd be happier if it detected any CO as that almost always indicates a problem that has to be fixed.
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