Expanded Recall: Kidde Recalls Residential Smoke Alarms and Combination Smoke/CO Alarms

Should a power outage occur at the same second that the device is performing a once-per-minute sensor health check, the device may go into a “latched” mode, causing it not to alarm in the presence of smoke and/or carbon monoxide. An affected device will sound if it receives a signal from an alarm in the same interconnected system. Once power is restored, a latched device will sound an alarm regardless of the presence of smoke and/or carbon monoxide.
Healthy Canadians – Recalls and Safety Alerts – Health Canada – Consumer Products

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