Honeywell C8600A manual

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    69-1513EF-01 OWNER’S GUI DE RESIDENTIAL USE ONL Y C8600A CO Alarm[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 2 Features • Patented carbon monoxide (CO) alarm technology d etects CO similar to [...]

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    3 69-1513EF—01 d. Disoriented—Victim s are often aware they are not well, but are so disori- ent[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 4 WARNING Individuals with Medical Prob lems Alert. Inability of this de vice to dete[...]

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    5 69-1513EF—01 Developing Y our CO Safety Plan WARNING Actuation of your CO Alarm indicates the pr[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 6 • This CO alarm can quickly alert you to the presence of CO levels equal to or gr[...]

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    7 69-1513EF—01 c. Decide on a meeting place that is a safe distance from your house and make sure [...]

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    69-1513EF—01 8 • See Fig. 2 for multi-level residen ce CO alarm locations. • Mount the CO alar[...]

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    9 69-1513EF—01 Fig. 2. Multi-level residence CO alarm locations. Fig. 3. CO alarm wall mounting lo[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 10 LOCATIONS TO A VOID • Near an open window or door with fresh air entering the op[...]

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    1 1 69-1513EF—01 — V ent pipe connections vibrating loose from clothes dryers, fu rnaces, or wat[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 12 5. Remove and reinstall the battery in the correct (+/-) orientation as shown on t[...]

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    13 69-1513EF—01 NOTICE If no battery is installed, the battery door will not cl ose and the unit c[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 14 Fig. 6. Ins t alling alarm on mounting pl ate. Fig. 7. Inserting tamper-resist ant[...]

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    15 69-1513EF—01 12. Place one label next to the alarm and the other label near a source of fresh a[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 16 Red LED/Beeping Action Meaning Flashes once every 30 seconds. Normal operation; a [...]

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    17 69-1513EF—01 Maintenance Cleaning Y our Alarm CAUTION Cleaning Chemical Hazard. Can damage CO a[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 18 Replacing Y our Battery NOTE: When using the tamper-resistant lock- ing pin, be su[...]

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    19 69-1513EF—01 Limited Five-Y ear W arranty Honeywell warrants this product, excluding battery , [...]

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    Automation and Co ntrol Solutions Honeywell Internationa l Inc. Honeywell Limite d-Honeywe ll Limit?[...]

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    69-1513EF-01 MODE D'EMPLOI POUR USAGE RÉSIDENTIEL SEULEMENT C8600A Détecteur de monoxyde de c[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 22 Caractéristiques • T echnologie brevetée de détection du monoxyde de carbo ne[...]

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    23 69-1513EF—01 a. Faible exposition - Léger mal de tê te, nausée, vomissement, fatigue (sou- v[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 24 • Placer des détecteu rs de CO dans ch aque chambre à co ucher et da ns le cor[...]

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    25 69-1513EF—01 Mise au point d'un plan de protection contre le monoxyde de carbone AVERTISSE[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 26 appareils. Si ce réparateur découvre des problèmes au cours de l'inspectio[...]

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    27 69-1513EF—01 1. Installer les détecteurs de CO correcte- ment, selon les directives comprises [...]

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    69-1513EF—01 28 carbone soient remplacés six ans après leur achat. Le détecteur de monoxyde de [...]

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    29 69-1513EF—01 Fig. 1. Emplacemen t s des détecteurs d e CO dans une maison à un seul étage. F[...]

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    69-1513EF—01 30 Fig. 3. Emplacement po ur l'inst allatio n du détecteur de CO au mur . EMPLA[...]

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    31 69-1513EF—01 CONDITIONS QUI PEU VENT PROVOQUER LA PRÉSENCE TEMPORAIRE D E CO • Déversement [...]

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    69-1513EF—01 32 2. Retirer la plaque de montage à l'arrière du détecteur en tenant la plaq[...]

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    33 69-1513EF—01 Fig. 5. Insertion d e la pile. AVIS S'il n'y a pas de pile, la porte du [...]

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    69-1513EF—01 34 9. Pour utiliser la bu tée anti-sab otage, l'insérer dans l'ouvert ure[...]

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    35 69-1513EF—01 Fig. 7. Insertion de la butée anti-sabotage. 12. Apposer une étiquette près du [...]

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    69-1513EF—01 36 V oyant rouge/bip sonore Significati on Clignote une fois toutes le s 30 secondes.[...]

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    37 69-1513EF—01 Maintenance Entretien du détecteur MISE EN GARDE Les produits chimiques nettoyan [...]

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    69-1513EF—01 38 Remplacement de la pile REMARQUE : Si la butée anti-sabotage est util- isée, il [...]

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    39 69-1513EF—01 Garantie limitée de cinq ans Honeywell garantit ce produit, à l'exception d[...]

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    Solutions de ré gulation et d'automatisatio n Honeywell Intern ational Inc. Honeywell Limited-[...]