DID YOU KNOW YOUR SMOKE ALARM HAS AN EXPIRY DATE?

Most people don’t.

Le Reflet (The News) - - CACLIQUE -

Re­place your smoke alarm eve­ry 10 years to make sure it stays in pro­per wor­king condi­tion.

1. Re­move the smoke alarm from the wall or cei­ling.

2. Look at the back of the alarm for the date of ma­nu­fac­ture. 3. If it was made less than 10 years ago, put the alarm back on

the cei­ling or wall.

4. If it was made 10 or more years ago or you can­not find the

ma­nu­fac­ture date, re­place the alarm with a new one.

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