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Old 04.01.2012, 12:55
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Re: Carbon monoxide in cellar?

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O... I just wanted to know whether anyone has any similar issues in their cellars and whether it's necessary to ventilate permanently or only e.g. only when the boiler is on (obviously it's generally not on when we are out during the day)...
Yes, we had a new boiler of a different type, and we had to take the glass out of a (very small) window in the cellar to have sufficient ventilation. Had a similar situation in the UK, which was daft as the house was draughty anyway...

Relying on remembering to open the window is unsafe.
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