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mountainboater
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Posted: October 04 2008 at 08:52 | IP Logged Quote mountainboater

Has anyone had CO trouble when running their generator on their Silverton.  I have an 07 43 Motor Yacht with a Kohler Gen. and have very high readings when at anchor or docked.
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Posted: October 13 2008 at 07:03 | IP Logged Quote djustice

I have a Silverton with Kohler genset. I have not had any
CO problems while running the generator. You do not say
if the readings are when the CO monitor alarms, but if so,
you have some exhaust gas entering the cabin. This may
happen when the sliding door is open and wind is blowing
back toward the door. You door configuration is different
but same principle.

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