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Message Subject New law requires carbon monoxide detectors in homes in Minnesota
Poster Handle mopar28m
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The requirement was supported by safety advocates, who said the detectors, which cost between $20 and $50, could save 100 lives a year in Minnesota and spare others from illness caused by carbon monoxide, an odorless, invisible gas.

Except that carbon monoxide is heavier than air, and unless you install the detectors at ground level, they WON'T really help that much.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 299632

I had one for many years. The battery went bad. I couldn't find one to replace it.
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