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- Date Accepted Into Depository: Wed, 30 May 2012 15:50:57 UTC
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- contactCity: Springfield
- contactOrganization: Office of the Illinois State Fire Marshall
- contactPhoneNumber: 217-785-0969
- contactState: IL
- contactZipCode: 62703-4259
- dateCreated: 01 19 2012
- dateLastModified: 01 19 2012
- description: As a new year has started, the Office of the State Fire Marshal warns residents across the state to pay special attention to the distinct signals sent by carbon monoxide alarms when their life has expired. Frequently, people may believe that a beep coming out of their CO means its time for a battery change, when in fact it means that the device needs to be replaced.
- govType: State
- language: EN-English
- numberOrIssue: January 19
- originatorJurisdiction: Illinois
- originatorOffice: Illinois Information Service
- volumeOrYear: 2012