NFL News has learned that at least 20,000 homes in the Dallas area have been affected by a smoke detector malfunction.
According to a source with knowledge of the situation, the problem has been plaguing many homes for days.
The source says the problem is primarily related to an older model of the Smelter-Inlet smoke detector.
The older model is not designed to detect CO 2 and is meant to detect a fire or a gas leak.
When an older smoke detector goes out, it usually starts emitting a red light.
This is usually followed by an audible buzz, which can be heard on a nearby microphone.
This sounds like a gas line, but it’s actually a smoke signal.
It’s very hard to tell what’s coming from the sensor.
As long as the smoke detector is still working, it’s not going to cause problems.
However, the newer models are more accurate and they’re designed to alert people when smoke is detected in the room.
The problem is most noticeable when the sensor is not on, the source says.
That means the sensor can only pick up a signal that comes from the room, so it won’t be able to detect smoke coming from anywhere else.
This can be frustrating for owners who are trying to maintain their home.
Many homeowners have been trying to fix the problem for months.
Many have been turning on the alarms, but not always getting results.
Some people say they can’t afford the replacement parts and have been getting replacement detectors for years.
Some have reported their devices will not start emitting a sound when the smoke detectors are off.
The problem also seems to affect older models of the smoke alarms, as the older models don’t have the power to pick up the new noise.
This is why many owners are opting to buy a new sensor.
The newer model is less expensive, and owners are willing to pay more to have a device that can be turned on at a time when it should be turned off.
While some owners are saying they can fix the issue, others are having difficulty.
Many are saying their smoke detector won’t work when the sensors are on.
The source says many owners say they want the old smoke detectors to function.
The issue has been reported to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
This means the agency is investigating the problem and will decide whether to issue a recall or take legal action.
The NFL says owners should contact their team doctor to find out if their smoke detectors work correctly.