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jb4
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Member since Apr 2013
12172 posts

Day 2 of smoke alarms going off for no reason

Other than moisture the 2 connected are about to face the hammer


tigersfan1989
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viv1d
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Member since Aug 2017
1333 posts

Make sure it is not also a carbon dioxide detector...


soccerfüt
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Typical Arky response to the warning of a canary in a coal mine.


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GeauxGoose
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Make sure you don't have bugs/spider in the alarm tripping it off. I had this issue and once I blew out the bug it fixed issue


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andouille
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Member since Dec 2004
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quote:

Make sure it is not also a carbon dioxide detector...


I think you mean carbon monoxide detector


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Splackavellie
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
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Member since Oct 2017
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Make sure it is not also a carbon dioxide detector...
Well in this case, sounds like it would doing its job.


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VABuckeye
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Naples, FL
Member since Dec 2007
32271 posts

Batteries failing?


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0x15E
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Make sure it is not also a carbon dioxide detector...


Hypercapnia can be a real bitch.


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DontThreadOnMe
Member since Jul 2022
364 posts

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Make sure it is not also a carbon dioxide detector...


And better hold your breath while you do so.


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redstick13
US Space Force Fan
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Member since Feb 2007
34744 posts

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Make sure it is not also a carbon dioxide detector...


So he just needs to stop exhaling to solve the problem.


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SuperSaint
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Sorting Out OT BS Since '2007'
Member since Sep 2007
129751 posts

If fire alarms are so awesome why’s the fire department budget’s still increasing.

Makes you think..,


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kywildcatfanone
Kentucky Fan
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Member since Oct 2012
101673 posts

Replace your batteries


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Masterag
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Member since Sep 2014
17647 posts

maybe you have a ghost


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csorre1
LSU Fan
Member since Apr 2010
5403 posts

I had some from a supposed bad batch a few years ago and ended up having to replace them to get them to shut up.

USI recalled the model.


Hogwarts
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USA
Member since Sep 2015
17483 posts

Vecna showed up to snap you like Strabger Things


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GuidoVestieri
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2021
463 posts

What kind of trailer you got?


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shallowminded
Georgia Fan
Member since Nov 2012
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Mine have done this before. All of mine are connected, so if one goes off they all go off. High humidity for a couple days has been the reason. I’ve pulled them down take them apart, and clean them out with some canned air.


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RodFarva
LSU Fan
Spurbury, Vermont
Member since Jun 2015
420 posts

Could be a build up of dust. Most household smoke detectors are photoelectric. Just hit em with some canned air to get the dust out of there.


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Cracker
Montana Fan
in a box
Member since Nov 2009
15576 posts

Maybe move some air like dehumidifier if your AC can’t keep up, ceiling fans maybe


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