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That is sad, FYI these detectors have a service life of about 7 years, check the data plate to verify and scrap yours when it gets near that age. I have a spot on my service records main page for “due dates”.

John Davies

Spokane WA

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Yes, we found that our fire alarm had not been activated at delivery, luckily i happened to see the little protective tape that keeps the batteries separated sticking out!  

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