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My detector start to beep once a while, seem to react to the fat the electric plate is starting.

It's possible that your smoke alarm is mounted too close to the kitchen, which can cause false alarms. Most household smoke alarms are the ionization type, which respond to the presence of gases in the air which are caused by combustion, as opposed to visible smoke, but kitchens are better protected using heat sensors to prevent false alarms. Many companies now make heat sensors that can tie into the existing smoke alarm system...check with the manufacturer, an electrician, or your local hardware store.

Jan 12, 2016 | Home

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New smoke detector, new batteries, red light flashing is that normal

copied from the manual, available at the kidde website

RED AND GREEN LED INDICATORS This smoke alarm features separate red and green LED indicators. The LEDs indicate the following: GREEN LED CONSTANT ON - AC power is present. OFF - AC power is not present. RED LED - Can be seen through the Push-to-Test button. Blinks once a minute - Indicating presence of a working battery. Blinks once a second - Smoke alarm senses smoke and simultaneously sounds an audible alarm. Blinks once every 10 seconds - Smoke alarm is quieting an unwanted alarm (Model ADC only). (Interconnected system only): OFF - Another smoke alarm in the network has sensed smoke and is signalling this alarm.

Nov 14, 2015 | Kidde 4618 Firex Hardwire Ionization Smoke...

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How do I stop the bleeping on a Kidde smoke alarm that has no batteries?

It has to be taken apart and the sensor has to be cleaned with a mild soapy solution and completely air dried before you apply power to it again.

Sep 26, 2015 | Kidde Ionization Smoke Alarm 1275 - I12040

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Why does alarm activate when there is no smell of smoke or fire not a battery operated unit 120v hard wired unit

The unit probably needs replacing (every 10 years by code for 120V smoke alarms; NFPA 72). Note that most 120V devices are of the ionization type and must be disposed of appropriately. The label on the under side of the device often has instructions. Also try searching for your model on the manufacturer's website.

Sep 15, 2014 | Home

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What are the different types of smoke alarm sensors

There are 4 different types: optical, ionization, fixed temperature heat alarm, and multisensor alarms.

Jan 16, 2013 | Home

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Firex i4618

This is a smoke alarm and is not intended to be connected to your alarm system. While there is often a way to connect a listed relay for that purpose, connecting your smoke alarms to your alarm system can cause as many problems as not. Because the devices are not made to interface directly with the alarm system, proper supervision is usually not achievable. Loss of power might even cause false alarms. Some alarm companies even have policies in place forbidding such connections. Additionally, in the event of a false alarm you will need to call an electrician because most alarm technicians are not licensed to work on high voltage smokes. As a rule, you're much better off to add a few LV or RF smoke detectors to your alarm system for monitoring than to try to interface smoke alarms. Hope this was helpful.

Feb 01, 2012 | Kidde Firex I4618/4618 Ac/dc Ionization...

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I have a series of 7 kidde ionization smoke alarms model 1276 hardwired with battery back up. The problem is all of the alarms will go off during the middle of the night for no apparent reason. The only...

Don't know for sure, but if your smoke detector is more than 5 years old, than you have to purchase new one (that's their average lifetime). Take a look on amazon: Amazon com smoke alarm . I hope I have helped. Cheers

Jul 23, 2011 | Kidde 1276-9995 Hardwire Smoke Alarm with...

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Our smoke detector keeps chirping spontaneously. Already replaced the batteries without silencing the chirping. The only way we have found has been to totally unplug it from the unit! What could the...

First try vacuuming out any dust that may be in the unit. If that doesn't work, replace the smoke detector.

Most detectors have an expected life of 10 years but I've seen some fail sooner. There are two types: one uses a beam of light that gets interrupted by particulates. The other uses ionization to interact with and detect the smoke. Ionization ones work with a small amount of radioactive material.

The photoelectric ones are good for identifying smoldering, smoky fires. The ionization type of best for fast flaring fires. For really good protection, get a smoke detector with both methods. (It will be more expensive though.)

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Nov 26, 2010 | Kidde Smoke Detector

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My smoke detector periodically goes off when I am cooking although no smoke is detected.

You most likely have an ionization type detector which detects ionized particles of combustion. This type of detector does not look for smoke density but for ionized (excited) molecules in the air. Water vapor from cooking can and will set off an alarm. Burning a piece of toast in the toaster with little or no smoke will also cause a false alarm. Try moving the smoke detector further away from where you cook. This will most likely solve your problem. Hope this helps.

Jun 26, 2010 | GE Security Simon 3 Wireless Home Security...

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Alarms go off with humidity.too sensitive.Any

All smoke detectors, whether they are of the photo-electronic or ionization type, can false alarm due to steam. There are basically two solutions to your problem. Either move the detector further away from these areas (I have found keeping a smoke detector at least 6 feet away from the bathroom door normally works) or if that is not practical, after showering try to evacuate steam by either opening a window or turning on the exhaust fan for several minutes before opening the bathroom door.

Oct 30, 2009 | Kidde 1275 Hardwire Smoke Alarm with Hush...

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