The chirping is the low or no battery signal. Trying to replace the battery with a fresh one is most often the problem if you try to use an Energizer battery. It won't go in the swing-out drawer, it's about 2 mm too long no matter what you do. There's a tiny metal seal around the end of an Energizer .. it's about 2mm thick. Use a Duracell and it scoots right in easily, socket end first, larger socket to the left. Blessed peace .. which the manufacturer does not tell us about.
Please help with hard-wired smoke detector issue...
Electric Smoke detectors go off once a day
Beeping/chirping new house a.m. hours
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