Problem solved. Thank You Thank You Thank You!!! I too had "chirping wires". The chirp bounced throughout the house to the point where I had no idea which detector to replace.I thoroughly went through the house one by one. When all 7 smoke and carbon monoxide detectors were dismantled and batteries removed the chirping continued. Just as others stated, it seemed as if the wires were chirping. I thought I would have to get an expensive electrician in to do some rewiring. Just as a precaution, I climbed up into my cold attic and low and behold I found a detector I had no idea existed. House was built 7 years ago. That detector sent the sound down through out the house. Remember- Wires don't chirp. Thank You to those posts that suggested this simple, but overlooked possibility.
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