Gas Odor When Unit Is Off
- What to do when a gas odor is present and the unit is not in use?
- How do you turn the gas supply off?
- Where is the gas shut-off valve?
- Should the gas company or a service technician be contacted if there is a gas odor?
- What to do when carbon monoxide detector is going off due to unit gas leak
Do not use a unit if there is a gas odor present when the unit is not in use.
- Turn the gas supply source off.
- The gas shut-off valve can be almost anywhere within the home.
- The valve should be within easy access and is usually found directly behind the unit, in an adjoining cabinet, or beneath the unit in the basement or crawl space.
- If the gas odor is still present even after turning the gas supply source off, contact the local gas supply or utility company.
- If a gas leak is confirmed, even without the presence of gas odor, discontinue use and contact Factory Certified Service.
- Wolf cannot provide normal carbon monoxide levels as they vary based on where the reading is taken and the conditions in each home.
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