Testing of smoke/carbon Monoxide alarms

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Can anyone advise if the legal requirement for testing an alarm is working is satisfied by simply pressing the test button to confirm if the sounder is working or does it require a "competent" engineer to come out and test with I assume smoke/CO to prove the unit is working.

I only ask because the letting agent I am using is now saying simply pressing the test button and proving the sounder is working is not enough and pushing for me to pay for an engineer to visit the property to certify the units are working.

10/04/2018 20:42

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