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What are sources of carbon monoxide?

Any fuel-burning appliance that is not adequately vented and maintained can be a potential source of carbon monoxide, including:

  • Gas appliances (furnaces, ranges, oven, water heaters, clothes dryers, etc.)
  • Fireplaces, wood and coal stoves, space heaters
  • Charcoal grills, automobile exhaust fumes, camp stoves, gas-powered lawn mowers, and power tools

The most common sources of carbon monoxide accumulation in the home include:

  • Blocked chimney opening
  • Improperly operating fuel burning appliances
  • Disconnected, corroded, or blocked appliance vent pipes
  • Cracked furnace heat exchangers
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