First Alert Onelink Wireless Combination Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice & Location Feature

First Alert Onelink Wireless Combination Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice & Location Feature

First Alert Onelink Wireless Combination Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice & Location Feature First Alert
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First Alert Onelink Wireless Combination Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice & Location Feature

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Hi does this product come delivered as a "hard-wired" plug in? If yes, what does the plug in part look like?

Mac

Mac, we don't know what you are asking us?? product ???

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how do you get them to go together please help

gloria parker

trying to send you the owners manual, keeps coming back asa bad e mail address?

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had a power failure...now that the power is back on...how do i reset the alarms. They just keep beeping. Tried the button to see if they (three of them) were working and they are but the beeping just keeps going.

Frances

I have the smoke and monoxide model SC07, what does 3 blasts mean. there was no smoke in house so I took it off the ceiling, but cannot undo it to check on battery. How do you open it up?

LOL am I

when linked together, what is the range between detectors?

Tack

HOW DO I CHANGE BATTERY

JOHN

First Alert: Onelink Wireless Combination Smoke & Carbon Monoxide Alarm with Voice & Location Feature Does this model run on batteries? Thank you, dee

dee

Hi Dee. This uses 2 AA batteries.

Peter

Which way do the batteries go? It seems as if whatever way I put them in it keeps chirping. (yes, they are new!)

ss

The smoke alarm should not work at all if the batteries are not installed correctly. New batteries could have low power level just from long shelf life, so it's possible it's still a battery problem. Have you tried a pair of batteries from another package, or tried the batteries in another device? A flash light that uses AA is a good low tech way to see if batteries are good or not [bright light vs dim] when a battery tester is not available. It is possible the smoke detector failed. Another possibility is the smoke alarm is at it's EOF (end of life). The beep may be an indicator that it is not longer at peek effectiveness, check your manual or online to see if your smoke alarm is smart enough to indicate it reached it's EOF.

Terry