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    Our just started beeping tonight! New battery is what's needed.

    The one at our old house did it too. It was a wired in one that would not stop beeping, drove us insane. Took 2 MONTHS for someone to come look at it, loose wire was the culprit.

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    Get an electrician out to see it if a new battery doesn't work. Fraaking annoying when they do it.

    Won't affect your bubs hearing though.

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    Ours would not stop beeping it was wired into the home and had batteries. We just got an electrician out and replaced the whole thing. It was driving us insane as well as our dogs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by starla View Post
    Ours would not stop beeping it was wired into the home and had batteries. We just got an electrician out and replaced the whole thing. It was driving us insane as well as our dogs.
    Ours is doing it too!!! How much did it cost to get a whole new one fitted by the electrician? Do they provide the alarm?


 

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