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How to Test Smoke Detectors
We recommended that you check the manufacturer's instructions for the proper method to test your smoke alarm.
Generally, most battery-
You can also test using real smoke. Light a match and blow it out directly under the smoke detector. The unit may take several moments to detect the smoke and sound the alarm. It the test fails, replace the batteries and repeat the test. If the unit still does not react, or it's a hardwired unit, you may need to replace the device.
Before choosing an electrician to repair or replace your smoke detectors, read some of our customer Reviews and learn why you can trust Nisat Electric to do the job right.
Our Master Electrician maintains three licenses including Electrical Contractor, Master Electrician and Journeyman Electrician. For additional information about our licenses including how to verify our licensure status, please visit our Licensure page.
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