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Old 11-01-2015, 05:27 PM   #15
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Just a monitor...

That system is just a monitor ... it does not control the gas delivery.
Just pull the battery or the wire if it is hardwired. Of course if you have a poor sense of smell, then get someone whose sense of smell is good do a smell check to be sure you aren't replacing a working detector.
You can buy a battery powered replacement on-line quite inexpensively.
Make sure it does both gas and carbon monoxide for better protection... or add a separate carbon monoxide detector.

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Buy a new detector, install it. If it sounds the alarm. Start looking for leaks. Don't depend on your nose or anyone else.


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