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Old 02-13-2012, 10:20 PM   #41
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Just an FYI, my CO detector was making a real high pitch squeal (like when your ears ring) all the time. After reading someones post about it, I called the manufacturer of the detector and they advised that they had a batch that had a loose speaker coil in them that caused the squeal, and they had me send the old one to them and they replaced it for no charge. My TT production date was somewhere around 6-2010. I was very pleased with the CO detector manufacturer on that one.
Also, if you check your regular house CO detectors, they all have the 5 year replacement dates also. It's the detector material, it gets used up after the 5 years.
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Old 03-28-2012, 08:29 PM   #42
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Just an FYI, my CO detector was making a real high pitch squeal (like when your ears ring) all the time. After reading someones post about it, I called the manufacturer of the detector and they advised that they had a batch that had a loose speaker coil in them that caused the squeal, and they had me send the old one to them and they replaced it for no charge. My TT production date was somewhere around 6-2010. I was very pleased with the CO detector manufacturer on that one.
Also, if you check your regular house CO detectors, they all have the 5 year replacement dates also. It's the detector material, it gets used up after the 5 years.
ours is making the same noise even after a replacement. When you got yours back from the manufacturer did it have the plastic clips on the ends?
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Old 06-19-2012, 12:14 PM   #43
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Mine was going off today at 5am. Its a 2010 JayFlight and the stick says it expires Dec. 2011
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Old 06-19-2012, 01:00 PM   #44
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Just talked to MTI after being given the heave-ho from Jayco. According to the lady who answered the phone, a technical bulletin came out on this and she sent it to me. She said to ignore the Dec 2011 date and go with 5 years from date of purchase. BTW, she also said the unit has a 10-year shelf life.

Here's the content of the technical bulletin:
Cpa0912, This may be your situation as well
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