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Old 09-11-2010, 11:01 AM   #11
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I had an apartment where the smoke detector was put just outside the kitchen - and apparently was set to be extremely sensitive. Every time I cooked pizza in the oven - and opened the door to see if it was ready - the released cloud of steam, etc. ALWAYS set off the farking thing. After the second or third time, my neighbors got used to it and stopped banging on the door to see if I needed rescued -- or a fire extinguisher. I finally attached a plastic grocery bag to the ceiling and covered it during food preparation.
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