Kidde Recalls Combination Smoke/CO Alarms
Name of product: Kidde NightHawk combination smoke/carbon monoxide (CO) alarms
Hazard: The alarm can fail to continue to chirp when it reaches its seven year end of life if the batteries are replaced, leading consumers to believe it is still working. This poses a risk of consumers not being alerted to a fire or CO incident in their home.
Visit This Link For Remedy Info: https://cpsc.gov/Recalls/2016/kidde-recalls-combination-smoke-co-alarms
Safe Neighborhood Campaign
Unless you see a fire start, you can only find out there is a fire if you’re awake to smell the smoke. If you happen to be asleep, a smoke alarm is the only way to save your life and the lives of everyone sleeping in your home. Smoke alarms are intended to sound an alarm when they sense smoke. Smoke rises so place the alarms near the ceiling or directly onto the ceiling. Make sure there is a smoke alarm on every level of the home, inside each bedroom, and outside each sleeping area. Always follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for installation and lifespan of smoke alarms.
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