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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If detector is more then 5 years old it will beep every 30 seconde to wirn you the sensor in the detector needs to be replaced. bying a new detector would be better.
Posted on Sep 28, 2009
1. Change batteries.
2. Clean it.
3. Swap it with another location if you can.
If it still does not work properly consult the local fire dept. for free.
You may have to take it in repairs if all fails.
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Posted on Apr 23, 2010
Some models of Carbon Monoxide Detectors will give an audible beep every 25-30 seconds after it has sounded an alert alarm. This may have happened when there was noone home to hear it. A periodic beeping sound may also indicate it is time to change the battery.
Solution: Install a new battery and check your manual for instructions on how to reset the system. Check the expiry date on your unit, it needs to be replaced after 5 to 7 years, according to the manufacturer specifications.
If you are in doubt that your Carbon Monoxide Detector is not working effectively, REPLACE IT. Your safety and your peace of mind is worth it.
View most Brands and Models of Carbon Monoxide Detectors online.
Posted on Jul 27, 2010
Relocate it to an area of fresh air - outside will work.. Does it still beep?
If yes, recover the new battery and toss the unit.
Do you have it located in a steamy damp area? Laundry room, bath room etc.. That will cause it to malfunction too..
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
SOURCE: I tested my digital carbon
When you pressed pressed the Test button, it did exactly what it should. It was testing itself and the one set of numbers was for co and the other was for gas, The ' 0' means it tested fine and there is no presence of gas or co in the home's atmosphere at this time. :)
Posted on Mar 07, 2011
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