How do I install a new valve cover stud(bolt/screw/double end threaded rod) to replace the one I snapped and already removed?
Yes, a typical smoke detector is calibrated for the ionization of normal air in the sampling chamber. If water gets in there, including steam, it can make the alarm go off. Of course, the water may also provide a low enough electrical resistance to cause other electronic problems inside the detector, if not a nearly instantaneous short-circuit failure.
Ok so as i read this i thought of how to make it.. your going to have to make some holes in your ceiling tho ok first get some fans.. ceiling fans but smaller.. then depending on the size of fan, make holes in your ceiling, now your going to have to find a way to make an automatic opening window, once you find that out continue.. now instead of the fan pointing downwards point it upward so it acts like a vacuum to suck the smoke out.. then put them inside of the hole not out side your going to have to find some way so they hold, now here comes the alarm part.. you ll have to rewire the fire alarms to turn on the fans just like you would when you turn the ceiling fan on.. now instead of battery powered alarms use an electric powered so it wont last only 5 minutes.. then Connect the automatic opening window and test it out now i don'tin couragee your trying thiscauses idk if itll work but if i had the money id test it out..