Dave and Dana Posted May 15, 2022 Share Posted May 15, 2022 Hi, I have a new Ollie, hull #1081. Last night at 9pm, with no one inside the Ollie since about noon, I walk by and the CO detector is screaming, the red light is flashing, CO DETECTED! HUH? That morning I had noted the green light on the detector..... I have not used the heater in about a week. I am connected to shore power. I am way off the road, no nearby cars, trucks or even lawn mower. Have not used the AC in a couple days. Have not even used the inside stove once yet. It is new, and we haven't taken our first trip yet. I have run water thru the sink, when de-winterizing, no fog, mist or excess moisture. My indoor humidity ranges between 40 and 55. Fridge is set to Auto, and we are on shore power. Where did CO come from?? First thing I did was turn off propane tanks. Went inside.... no smell (yes I know CO is oderless), no fog or mist or any smell other than the smell of a new Ollie (fiberglass smell). Nothing running, furnace off, lights off. I pushed the silence button and waited outside. After a minute or two, it screamed again. Went inside an got my home CO unit and pluged it in and left Ollie door open. Came back a few minutes later. My home unit did not go off, and Ollie detector switched back to green. Any thoughts? False alarm? We did have a two hour thunderstorm in the afternoon, but after storm passed, I walked by Ollie at least twice and never heard the scream.... No nearby combustion going on, no nothing. Today, alarm is back to green. Dave TV 2020 Audi Q7, no weight distribution hitch. Ollie E2, Hull #1081, born April 2022. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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