Jayco Eagle Fifth Wheels 2023 CO Alarm State User Manual
CO Alarm State
- If CO gas reaches unsafe levels, the alarm enters CO alarm state.
- Horn sounds with (4) rapid chirps, then a 4-second pause, and red LED flashes rapidly.
- Operate the SILENCE/TEST button to silence the alarm for 5 minutes.
- The original alarm state resumes after 5 minutes if CO levels still exceed safe levels.
- Immediately move to fresh air (outdoors or by an open door or window).
- Call 911.
- Do not re-enter the premises or move away from the open door or window until the emergency service responders have arrived, the premises have been aired out, and your alarm remains in its normal condition.
Propane Alarm State:
- If propane gas exceeds 10% of the lower explosive limit for more than 30 seconds, alarm enters propane alarm state.
- Horn sounds with constant beeps and the red LED will be ON.
- Turn off all propane appliances and gas valve at LP tanks.
- Ventilate the RV – open doors and windows
- Alarm can be silenced for 5 minutes by pressing SILENCE/TEST button.
- Red LED will flash each second while alarm is silenced.
- Original alarm state resumes after 5 minutes if propane levels still exceed the safe levels.
- Do not touch any electrical switch in or near the recreation vehicle.
- Do not start vehicle’s engine or generator.
If your alarm reactivates within a 24-hour period, repeat steps 1-4 and call a qualified appliance technician to investigate for sources of carbon monoxide from fuel-burning equipment and appliances, and inspect for proper operation of this equipment. Make sure that motor vehicle(s) are not, and have not been, operating in an attached garage or adjacent to the recreation vehicle. If problems are identified during this inspection, have the alarm serviced immediately? Note any combustion equipment not inspected by the technician and consult the manufacturer’s instructions or contact the manufacturer directly for more information about carbon monoxide safety and this alarm.
Alarm features and functions
- Includes an 85db audible horn, two LEDs, and a SILENCE/TEST button.
- Normal operation: The Green LED is ON steady. Red LED OFF, Audible horn OFF.
- Power OFF: Both LEDs and the audible horn will be OFF.
- Self Test: Green LED OFF, Red LED ON/Flashing, audible horn 4 chirps followed by constant beeps.
- CO alarm condition: Green LED OFF, Red LED Flashing, audible alarm 4 chirps.
- Propane gas alarm: Green LED OFF, Red LED ON, audible alarm constant beeps.
- Alarm Silenced (5 min. max.) Green LED OFF, Red LED flashes each second, Audible horn OFF.
- Low Battery (Below 8VDC): Green LED flashes each minute, Red LED flashes each minute, and the audible horn chirps each minute.
- End of life or another failure: Green and Red LEDs will double flash every minute, and an audible horn chirps each minute. The alarm should be replaced as soon as possible.
Vacuum the alarm cover at least once a year. Clean the cover by hand using a cloth dampened in clean water. Dry with a soft cloth. Do not spray the front panel of the alarm with cleaning agents or waxes. This action may damage the sensor causing an alarm or causing the alarm to malfunction. Do not paint the face of the alarm.
Testing the combination carbon monoxide/propane alarm
Test the alarm operation after the motorhome has been in storage, before each trip, and at least once per week during use. The SILENCE/TEST button tests both sensors and battery voltage. The SILENCE/TEST button is located on the front of the alarm. Press and hold the test button for 1 second. The alarm performs 2 cycles of the CO horn pattern (4 rapid chirps followed by a 4-second pause) followed by 2 cycles of the Propane horn pattern (constantly beeping). Green LED is OFF, Red LED is ON/flashing.
Pressing the test button does not check the sensor’s operation. Refer to the carbon monoxide/propane alarm manufacturers user’s manual provided with your recreation vehicle for additional information on testing the sensors. Repair or replace the combination carbon monoxide/propane alarm when the alarm no longer functions. As with any electronic product, it has a limited life. Alarms that do not work cannot protect you.
The carbon monoxide/propane alarm manufacturer strongly recommends the replacement of the detector five years after the date of purchase.
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