Choosing location for kitchen appliances

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My kids refer to the smoke alarm as "the tea alarm". As they are 3 and 5 it isn't cheek unfortunately. Of course this is hubby's fault. If only he'd fit a decent ventilation system!
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According to building regulations, a smoke alarm should not be fitted in or near a kitchen. You should use a heat sensing alarm there. You should then have ionisation or optical alarms (at least one per floor and near every bedroom) interlinked and mains powered.
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Christian this alarm is in the hall close to the living room door about 10 ft from the kitchen door. Must just have a smoky pan set or something. Cough.
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