Chief Fire Officer Graham Stagg said: “We are also asking people to test the smoke alarms of elderly and vulnerable family members, and neighbours too. If you are visiting a relative or friend, please make sure they have a working smoke alarm on each floor of their home.
3. Twice a year – vacuum and wipe the smoke alarm casing to ensure dust isn’t blocking the sensor chamber. (For mains wired alarms, switch off first.)
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