Once you replace the batteries in your smoke alarm and/or your carbon monoxide detector, press the test button to make sure that your alarm is properly working. It is good practice to continually check your batteries once a month and maintain them as needed. If you here a "chirping" noise, that is your detector alerting you that the batteries are dying and should be replaced immediately.
If you need assistance checking or installing a detector, contact fire station 51 at 928-757-1207 and someone will come and assist you.
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Post by: Lieutenant Ron Hood, Pinion Pine Fire District