A dangerous appliance might not give any obvious indication that anything is wrong, but there are some tell-tale signs that can indicate an appliance is faulty, and at risk of emitting carbon monoxide.
Check for signs of staining, sooting or discolouration on or around gas boilers, fires and water heaters
Check pilot lights and other gas flames that normally burn blue. If the flame changes to yellow or orange, it could mean that carbon monoxide is present.
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