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Left stove on 14 hours, could this have caused carbon monoxide poisoning?

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In brief: Maybe

Gas stoves could be faulty.
Get your home checked for carbon monoxide levels. Detectors are available at numerous hardware stores, and by most codes, should be present in homes. Your utility company could also check the situation.

In brief: Maybe

Gas stoves could be faulty.
Get your home checked for carbon monoxide levels. Detectors are available at numerous hardware stores, and by most codes, should be present in homes. Your utility company could also check the situation.
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