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Old 06-28-2018, 08:15 PM   #1
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carbon monoxide detector beepng

My carbon monoxide detector is starting to beep when I'm not hooked up to 110 or hooked to my truck. When sitting out in my driveway unhooked it will beep after awhile, I push the reset button it will stop then after awhile it will start again, I'll plug in the 110 and it will stop. Dose anyone know what it could be does it have a back up battery there's nothing in the manual thanks for the help
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Old 06-28-2018, 08:34 PM   #2
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A low charge in your battery will cause that. When you hook to 110v, that supplies 12v through your converter. Hooked to your truck, it gets 12v through the plug cord.
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Old 06-28-2018, 10:44 PM   #3
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Probably bad trailer battery

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I had same problem. Called company that made the alarm and they sent me a replacement alarm for free. Said the unit was bad

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CO detector to sensitive ?

Had my RV for 3 years now, and we still have the occasional problem of the CO detector waking us up at wee hours of the morning. I know it has to do with low batteries. It just seems that it is warning us to soon. I donít think the batteries are that low. Is there a way to tweak the battery alarm or just turn that function off?
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Old 10-24-2018, 12:56 AM   #6
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Had my RV for 3 years now, and we still have the occasional problem of the CO detector waking us up at wee hours of the morning. I know it has to do with low batteries. It just seems that it is warning us to soon. I donít think the batteries are that low. Is there a way to tweak the battery alarm or just turn that function off?
Had same issues with alarm going off during night. Battery were full charge and ended up being defective alarm. I called the company and was sent a replacement alarm for free Installed and issue issue.
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Had same issues with alarm going off during night. Battery were full charge and ended up being defective alarm. I called the company and was sent a replacement alarm for free Installed and issue issue.
Thx, Iíll give that a try.
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