Smoke alarms are the early-warning systems, which are designed to alert you for any possible fire house hazards. For every six months, you will need to replace the batteries and check the units for once a month to make sure it performs better. A beeping alarm means that there is a problem with the unit, which is a dead or dying battery. Removing the battery does not stop the beeping on most devices as the battery is important for proper operation. The beeping can be stopped by discharging the system; here are the steps on how to do it.
You will need:
- Replacement batteries.
- First, disconnect each of the smoke alarm from the ceiling or wall mounts and disconnects the wires.
- Then, remove the batteries from each of the units and press down the “Test” button until the beeping stops. Press the button discharges residual electricity in the unit down.
- Next, install the new batteries into the units.
- Reconnect any electrical wires and remount the units on the ceiling or wall. The alarm will flash a green light if it’s functioning properly. If the beeping problems continue, replace the unit.
- Remember that the linked alarms will continue to beep if you remove the batteries from one unit. You will have to discharge and disconnect each alarm at the same time before reconnecting any of them.
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