A 18-year-old female asked:
Can heat production in the oven part of the stove cause carbon monoxide poisoning?
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Dr. Qura Rashidanswered
Allergy and Immunology 8 years experience
Depends: Unlikely in an electric stove. Household appliances, such as gas fires, boilers, central heating systems, water heaters, cookers and open fires which use gas, oil, coal and wood may be possible sources of carbon monoxide gas. It happens when the fuel does not burn fully. Hope this helps.
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