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Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a colorless and poisonous gas produced during combustion. Some major producers of this odorless and tasteless gas at homes include furnaces, generators, and gas heaters. Propane, coal, wood, and natural gas are among the main fuels that generate this gas when burnt. Many homes do not have carbon monoxide detectors yet regularly use devices that produce the gas. Having detectors is critical as they flag carbon monoxid...

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