I have a sentrol carbon monoxide detector whose green light is flashing and then it beeps every 3 - 5 minutes. the system is hardwired in the house. how can it stop it from beeping?
testing the alarm and opening doors and windows to allow fresh air in the house. The house was built in 2006 with no previous occupants, was used as a model home
Hi, I'm Mike and I'll be glad to assist you. Is it a battery combination smoke and CO detecter? The first thing would be to change the battery and the either blow it out with compressed air or vacuume it. Should it continue beeping the only way to resolve the issue is to replace it.
Mike, it is not battery operated, it is hardwired to the house.
If it has central station monitoring or it's hard wired to the house wiring. If the second, for years have had battery back up in the units and the beep is a low battery signal. Take a good look fo any indication of a battery compartment.
Mike, it is the 240-COe, there are three in the house, on each level, all are the same. There is no indication of a battery back up. The one on the top level is a steady green, and the one in the basement is a steady green. Only the main level is flashing green and beeping.
Is there any other solution, since there is no battery and the other two units seem to be working fine?
The units aren't serviceable. If cleaning them doesn't silence it then the only thing to do is replace it.
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