Kidde recalls smoke detector due to alarm failure


The recall involves Kidde dual-sensor smoke alarms - models PI2010 and PI9010 - sold between September 2016 and January 2018 at Walmart, Menard's, The Home Depot, and other retailers nationwide.

According to the CPSC, anyone with a Kidde smoke alarm should remove their alarm from the ceiling or wall and look for a yellow cap on the inside of the alarm (see photo above).

Kidde has recalled almost 500.000 dual-sensor smoke alarms that might not detect smoke and alert residents to a fire.

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The battery-powered units, - model PI9010 - and the hardwired units - model PI2010 - have a date code of 2016 Sep.

About 452,000 units were sold in the USA and another 40,000 were sold in Canada.

Consumers should not try to remove the cap or fix the alarm, Kidde says.

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Kidde is recalling thousands of smoke detectors sold in the United States that could possibly fail to alert people to a fire. If no yellow cap is present, consumers should reinstall the smoke alarm and no further action is needed. Do not remove and discard the recalled alarm until you have received and installed the replacement.

No injuries have been reported. Consumers can also go online to and click "Product Safety Recall" and request a free replacement.

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