The Turnip Carbon Monoxide Sensor is a life-safety device that alarms when dangerous levels of carbon monoxide are detected.
- Remove the mounting plate and pull the battery tab.
- Place the mourning plate on the ceiling exactly where you want the smoke detector and with a pencil, mark the location of the two screw holes.
- Taking care to avoid any electrical wiring in the ceiling, drill holes using a 5.0mm drill bit through the center of the marked locations. Push the plastic screw anchors provided into the drilled holes, and screw the mounting plate to the ceiling.
- Carefully line up the carbon monoxide detector on the base, gently press the carbon monoxide sensor back on & twist (this connects the batteries)
- Do not mount the CO sensor behind a door, cabinet, or other furniture - the sensor needs to be exposed to open air to operate correctly. Additionally, do not install within 3 feet of cooking appliances, hot air vents, or in areas where the sensor may be exposed to water.
- If there is only one potential source of CO (eg. a gas furnace), then the sensor can be mounted nearby that potential source. If, however, there is more than one potential source (a gas stove, a fireplace, and a furnace), then the CO sensor should be mounted just outside of rooms where people are sleeping.
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