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Follow these safety tips:

  • Always leave gas alarm plugged in. This alarm uses both a battery and power from an electrical outlet. If left unplugged, the battery will die out in less than 24 hours. A chirping noise indicates that the alarm is unplugged, the battery is weak or the alarm must be replaced.
  • Install at least 20 feet from gas appliances or a gas meter. If that distance isn’t possible for a gas appliance, it can be as close as 5 feet away from the gas appliance though nuisance alarms due to cooking may occur.
  • Test the alarm after installing. Press the TEST/CO SILENCE button. A blue light will flash and the alarm will beep four times to indicate it is working. 
  • Replace this alarm after 7 years. 

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