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    May 4, 2007, 10:38 AM
    Smoke detectors going off
    Our smoke detectors are wired and have a battery in them. Theyare going off during the day about 10 20 times during the day, but after 6pm they do not go off at all. I changed all batteries and re set the breaker in the box but nothing.Please help me because they are driving my wife and kids crazy during the day.


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    May 5, 2007, 03:27 AM
    Dust and humidity can be causing the false alarm. Is there one located in basement, garage or attic, someplace that can have particles in the air?

    You may need to try disconnect each one at a time to find the one that is setting off all the others.

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