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smoke detector

noun as in alarm that senses smoke or fire


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That means it will sell Pixel phones, earbuds, Pixelbook laptops, Chromecasts, Google TVs, Stadia controllers, and Nest-branded speakers, smart displays, thermostats, smoke detectors, cameras, Wi-Fi routers, and doorbells.

Forget Daylight Saving Time, I get my reminder to change the batteries in my smoke detectors every time the Left-wing Voice of San Diego puts out another one of their error-filled, false-narrative hit pieces against me.

The measure would have required smoke detectors and carbon monoxide alarms in newly constructed homes and older homes for sale if the residences had fuel-burning appliances.

You still need a carbon monoxide alarm if you have a smoke detector, but combination units are available.

The smoke detectors, he discovers, had been maintained by AmeriCorps volunteers, who now install faucet filters instead.

Coming next: a smoke detector that could be a real disruptor.

Investigators have said that the house was under renovation and a new smoke detector system had not been activated.

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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to smoke detector, such as: danger signal, emergency alarm, fire alarm, fire bell, fire detector, and heat sensor.

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