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      Brian BuchananBrian Buchanan

      Has anyone ran into a problem with hardwired Kidde smoke alarms? We have a new subdivision that the alarms are going off for no reason. Any information would be appreciated

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      so what i was told was that if they are installed properly (there is a sequence to installing and interconnecting them) they will do that. i have run into it numerous times over the last couple of months

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      John WilsonJohn Wilson

      Agreed with Nick. I learned of that problem about a year ago from one of my landlords that did a renovation.  He found it buried in the fine print of the installation manual.

      That being said, Kidde is the most common alarm in our new homes and haven’t had any issues there….maybe those electricians are aware of the process?

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