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Change your smoke alarms to photoelectric today.

Current research available online suggests that ionization-type smoke  alarms are unreliable and the photoelectric-type substantially more  reliable. In the interest of fire safety, we recommend that only  photoelectric-type devices be installed. Change your to photoelectric  today.

Albany fire chief urges switching smoke alarms: http://t.co/OBj9Kkh via @sfgate

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Read more: www.theworldfiresafetyfoundation.org

Fire Chief Marc McGinn displays the back of a photoelectric smoke detector which displays a "P" on the back which designates it as a photoelectric device at the Albany Fire Albany department, in Albany, Calif. on Tuesday August 10, 2010. Fire Chief Marc McGinn is calling for the immediate removal of what he claims are fraudulent, deadly ionization type smoke alarms from all stores and homes in America and replacing them with photoelectric devices.

Photo: Michael Macor / The Chronicle

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