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Combined alarms (CO and smoke) are used to "save space" so that you do not need to have two alarms mounted adjacent each other. When activated they will "pulse" differently according to what they have detected.  This makes them no use in kitchens, as the fumes/smoke from everyday cooking can still set off the smoke alarm. Heat alarms are best for most kitchens

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