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Okay, so maybe they wouldn’t be your first choice for a rainy-day read or bedtime story, but our user guides, service manuals and material safety data sheets can be extremely helpful when it comes to things like troubleshooting. Finding the product documents you need is simple. Just search by typing or selecting the model number or name of your product below.
For Fire Extinguishers:
The model number will be located on the label in the bottom right or left hand corner. It will say MODEL before it and give you a list of models.
For Smoke and CO Alarms: The model number is located on the back label on your alarm. To find it you'll need to remove your alarm from the ceiling or wall. Most alarms are attached to a mounting plate and can be removed by turning the alarm counterclockwise. See the alarm removal instructions for details. The number will be labeled MODEL.
Kidde Alarms: If you look at the back of the alarm, you will see the name of the product and the model number in bold text below the logo.
Firex Alarms: If you look at the back of the alarm, you will see where the text is split into two columns, with text on the left and text on the right. The model is the text on the top of the left hand column after "Model."
For more information about your specific product, please refer to your user's manual found in the Document Finder.
Can't find what you are looking for?
Please make sure you entered the correct model number. If you still cannot find your document, please contact Kidde Support.
Replace smoke alarms every 10 years. Alarms monitor the home every minute of every day and their lifespan is not infinite. If you don't know how old your alarm is, you should replace it today.
Kidde carbon monoxide alarms have a proven life of seven to ten years, depending on the model type. As of 2013, ALL Kidde carbon monoxide alarms have a 10 Year life, with the following exceptions: Model KN-COEG-3 (900-0113), KN-COPE-I (900-0232) and KN-COPP-3 (900-0099). Important Note! carbon monoxide alarms do not detect the presence of carbon monoxide when in end-of-life mode. Replace your carbon monoxide alarms before the end-of-life warning. If you think your carbon monoxide alarm is nearing its end-of-life, replace it today.