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  1. #14
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    Wonder if the sensitivity of a CO2 detector is as good as the sensitivity of the old H-10 sniffing R22???
    After all... the more sensitive, the better it finds a leak... [/QUOTE]

    I believe that a good quality co2 or co detector could be made just calibrate to the air youare breathing and then tweak the sensitivity a tad and start checking.

  2. #15
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    CO2 is harmless. CO is accepted as O2 by our lungs and will kill.

  3. #16
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    It can asphyxiate but so could a tank of refrigerant.

  4. #17
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luscsmith View Post
    A battery store such as Battering Plus can put new cells in that battery pack for you.
    You can buy a replacement battery for 20 bucks or so on Fleabay. 2.3 ah @12 volts
    Doug

  5. #18
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    Have the Barcharach H-10pro and love it. Works much better than the older model I had.

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