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||I have the same problem during
particularly aggressive cooking. How
about a "snooze button" which de-
activates the alarm for, say, two hours?
Then you wouldn't be dependent on
someone to reactivate it.
||that approach didn't seem half baked enough.
||All my smoke alarms have 'hush' buttons. It silences the alarm for 15 minutes, save for periodic chirps to indicate that it is in hush mode. A bit like those alarms cars have to tell you the door's open. I know the door's open; I don't intend to leave through the window.