The carbon monoxide alarm goes off from soldering in my home. What
do you suggest to eliminate this problem?
You need to be shure your fully oxidising your torch gas.
This means if it just propane or butane your air supply to the torch
is not bunged up with crud.
If its propane and oxy, you need to make your flame more oxidising.
Be careful tho, as this will affect your metal if your not using the
right flux for the flame.
One other thing to consider, if you are soldering on a carbon block,
you scavenge all extra O2, and will produce CO. You will need to
provide plenty of free air to get plenty of required Oxygen.