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Discussion in 'General DIY' started by davejude, 19 Dec 2002.

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  1. davejude

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    I have moved into a house with a smoke alarm fitted which is faulty (going off at all times even after cleaning) the only information I have is that the model is SMK 839 would you know of the supplier name so I can contact them

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    Tell us more - Mains, battery, interlinked, part of a fire detecton system?
     
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    Probably worth buying a new one, Try screwfix, they have lots of new smoke alarms
     
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    as the last post said it would be easier and less hassle to get a new one, whicj=h is probably what the manufacturer would suggest, besides that may be a part number for a foreign made product, do you speak chinese?
     
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    please see forum rules 12 & 20
    also the post you replied to is 4 YEARS OLD
     
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