Generator exhaust leak into RV
Has anyone had a problem with exhaust gases leaking into a Greyhawk RV? When I have to run the generator, the CO monitor goes off in the middle of the night. I even cut the wires to the integral CO monitor and purchased a plug in. It also went off, which indicates that I truly have a CO leak into the RV. I am guessing that the CO level cannot build up in the daytime because the door is opened so much. After we retire for the night, however, the CO level apparently builds up enough to set off the monitor. Scares the you-know-what out of us and worries us. I have to turn on a fan and turn on the vent in the bedroom to keep the monitor from going off. Not desirable in hot weather!