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    Morning After - Carbon Monoxide Issues

    Thanks for your insights. As you said, the overnight burns have helped, but it just delays the CO spillage until later in the day when we let the fire burn out.
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    Morning After - Carbon Monoxide Issues

    Thanks for the reply. I have multiple combo smoke/CO detectors around the house. In the basement I have one with a digital reading that you can see the "peak level". I will reset it before bed and when I wake up, it will ultimately be in the 15-20 ppm range.
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    Morning After - Carbon Monoxide Issues

    Hello all, we recently moved into a new home which was outfitted with a wood burning stove in the unheated basement. At night, an hour or so before bed we will open the air intake fully to burn any additional logs and coals as best as possible. In the morning, irregardless of whether the air...