Dept. of Military Affairs: Fall back safely as daylight savings time ends

CONTACT: Andrew Beckett | ngwi.pao@mail.mil | 608-242-3211
MADISON, Wis. — As you turn back the clocks around your home this weekend, take advantage of the time change to replace the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
“Those devices can be essential to alerting you to a fire or carbon monoxide leak in your home, so it’s important to regularly check them and make sure they are working properly,” said Wisconsin Emergency Management Administrator Brian Satula. “The time change on Nov. 4 provides an excellent opportunity and a reminder to make sure that’s being done.”
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