<VV> Carbon monoxide detector

Chris C ricorvair at cox.net
Wed Nov 28 11:20:46 EST 2007

Am I being foolish.  I got ceiling mount ones (about $20 each at 
Lowe's), and have 2 in the basement (near the furnace), 1 upstairs, 1 in 
each corvair).  I presumed the ceiling mount ones will work under the seat.

Oh yea, and 1 in the garage (fire extinguishers on each wall).

Brandes, Guy wrote:
> Hi All, Menards has battery operated ones that fit under the seat for
> fairly cheap.  The disposable ones don't give out any warning and must
> be placed where they can be seen.  This isn't the place to be cheap!
> Regards,
> Guy Brandes
> 65 VAIR 140
> I use a disposable carbon monoxide detector called "Dead Stop."  It is a
> small plastic square with a circle in the center that changes color if
> it is 
> exposed to carbon monoxide.  It comes sealed in clear plastic wrap and
> once opened 
> is good for a certain period of time.  I forget now how long but it's 
> certainly long enough time to get you through until the next summer.
> It's available 
> at most pilot shops at small airports or on-line.  Google "dead stop"
> and 
> "carbon monoxide."
> ~Bill Stanley
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