Smoke alarms recalled due to risk of not alerting consumers to fire

Universal Security Instruments is recalling more than 180,000 smoke alarms for the risk it may not alert consumers to a fire

Universal Security Instruments is recalling more than 180,000 smoke alarms for the risk it may not alert consumers to a fire

- On Wednesday, the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission recalled about 180,000 battery-powered smoke and fire alarms.

The defective alarms were produced by Universal Security Instruments and have the words "Universal" and "Smoke & Fire Alarm" on the front cover of the alarm.

Consumers are asked to immediately inspect their smoke alarms to determine if it will activate properly. The alarms are white and five-and-a-half inches in diameter. The model number and date can be found on the back of the alarm. Columbus fire officials say there have been reports that some of those devices may have been installed without proper activation and testing.

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The devices sold online through specialty wholesalers from July 2015 to December 2016 for $20, and were manufactured in Hong Kong.

If you have one of these smoke detectors, you can test if it is in working order by pressing the test button.

In March 2018, more than 400,000 Kidde smoke detectors were recalled because they may fail to detect smoke. If the alarm sounds, the device should be working properly. Call Universal Security Instruments at 877-612-6955 from 9 a.m.to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday or visit them at www.UniversalSecurity.com and click on "Product Safety Notice". If you press the "test" button and the alarm does not sound, it needs to be replaced immediately.

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