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X-Man
North Lincs,
United Kingdom

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22 Dec 2015 11:45
No instructions. But if it is like ours you plug it in and let it warm up for 5 minutes, stick the probe down the exhaust and read off what the CO % is. keep the filter clean and if you need to calibrate it then you can buy a gas sample with a set % and see what yours is. I expect there is a pot somewhere inside to adjust it. TBH its probably going to be near enough unless someone has fiddled with it.
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