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LEDGEWOOD, NJ - MARCH 24: 'Operation Fix-It' technician Manfred Shultz changes the batteries on a smoke detector inside a senior's home on March 24, 2014 in Ledgewood, New Jersey. The progam, run by Hope House, a division of the non-for-profit Catholic Family and Community Services, provides home repair services for elderly and people with disabilities in Morris County, New Jersey. Repair services, such as weatherization, plumbing, carpentry, masonry and electrical are charged on a sliding scale for low income residents and are free for seniors living on a fixed Social Security income. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)

Las alarmas de Universal Security Instruments modelo MI3050S y MI3050SB están siendo retiradas del mercado al parecer por no activarse apropiadamente causando riesgo de falla para alertar a las personas si hubiera un incendio. La compañía ya ha recibido 134 reportes de fallas de estas alarmas, y pide a los consumidores que si las compraron las devuelvan o cambien por otras.

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