CHICAGO (CBS)–  The Chicago Fire Department is warning residents to check smoke alarms.

If you have a Kidde Trusense smoke alarm, or combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarm, it may not sound in a fire.

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission issued the recall Thursday night on near 226,000 alarms.

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You should contact Kidde for a free replacement, either through their website or call 844-796-9972.


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CBS 2 Chicago Staff