Carbon monoxide alarm

Discussion in 'Announcements & FAQs' started by Off The Grid, Jul 2, 2014.

  1. Off The Grid

    Off The Grid New Member

    1
    Jul 2, 2014
    Georgian Bay
    2004 Sea Ray 400 Sedan Bridge
    Not sure
    We were docked at our marina plugged into shore power when one of our carbon monoxide alarms went off in the guest cabin. We have had this happen before when anchored in a bay overnight and the house batteries died. It has never happened when plugged in. Any suggestions for why this would happen or how to fix it?
     
  2. ziekman@cox.net

    ziekman@cox.net Active Member

    Jun 23, 2009
    Old Saybrook, CT
    2012 45 Yacht
    D6 Volvo Penta IPS
    It's a low battery voltage warning. Think of it, the detector would do you no good, if your battery died. Even though you're plugged in, that doesn't mean your batteries are charging sufficiently, or holding a good charge. You will want to check them, for starters (no pun intended).
     
    Last edited: Jul 2, 2014
  3. GrandMaster

    GrandMaster New Member

    727
    Mar 27, 2012
    Fort Lauderdale, FL
    1995 Sundancer 290
    Generator, AC
    Twin Mercruiser 4.3L
    Was a boat nearby running its generator or engines? Could have been actual CO from that as well.
     
  4. MonacoMike

    MonacoMike Well-Known Member

    Sep 15, 2009
    Indiana lakes and Lake Michigan
    2000 Cruisers 3870
    97 270 Sundancer
    85 Sea Ray Monaco 197
    8.2 Mercs,
    7.4 BII
    260hp Alpha 1
    Check you battery water level as the fumes can set off the CO detector.

    MM
     
  5. nawaz

    nawaz New Member

    1
    Nov 19, 2014
    Pakistan
    rweyghtyhrth
    ertgwergt
    Thank you both, Seatech is where I was leaning too. I took a picture last night and all I can see printed on the fitting is "INCH" and "15mm"
     

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