REPLACE THE SMOKE DETECTOR. Use a battery powered one.
The detector shouldn't go off unless there is smoke (duh) And from
experiance having a detector wired to the house is nice, but if the power
goes and and there is a fire.. well.. you'll never know until you are a
roasted lump of flesh.
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