Room smells of exhausts or diesel

meta lon

Guru
? Bit confused..get a carbon monoxide tester Now..
It could be drains but it may be gas ?
 

Hugh Manatee

Veteran
I always wondered where all the tyres go. You put them on the car with plenty of thread and they get smaller over time.

I have a bad feeling that the answer is into the water cycle in the form of tiny particles.
 

twentysix by twentyfive

Clinging on tightly
Location
Over the Hill
Stop testing those engines indoors
 

ColinJ

It's a puzzle ...
? Bit confused..get a carbon monoxide tester Now..
It could be drains but it may be gas ?
I can tell you from a personal near-death CO experience*** that you can't smell it so CO was not the source of the smell! Mind you, it is a good idea to have a CO detector anywhere that there is a gas appliance.




*** A faulty gas fire in an upstairs room rendered me unconscious for over an hour. I eventually came round with a thumping headache and managed to crawl downstairs to safety before blacking out again! :eek:
 
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