Hasbrouck Apartment Carbon Monoxide Detectors
Your Carbon Monoxide Detector
Information for Current Hasbrouck Residents
Amanda's Law was enacted on February 22, 2010 in New York State and requires that carbon monoxide detectors be installed in all new and existing one- and two-family dwellings, multifamily dwellings and rentals having a fuel-burning appliance, system or attached garage. The majority of Cornell's residential buildings have internal fire suppression systems that include carbon monoxide detection. Apartments in the Hasbrouck community have individual carbon monoxide/smoke alarm detectors installed in each unit - one for every bed, and one in the common living space of each apartment.
Cornell University's housing contract requires you to test your devices weekly and certify in the online form.
Failure to do so will subject you to a fine of $60 for each week missed, and/or referral to the Judicial Administrator, and/or eviction.
Please test all devices and indicate that each has passed inspection by selecting "Y" in the drop down box in the "Passed?" column. If a device does not pass inspection, please indicate that by selecting "N" and provide notes in the "Comments" box. If a device requires service, contact your service center immediately or complete an online service request. Click on the "Save" button and exit the page. You're finished for the week.
How to test, inspect, and maintain your apartment's carbon monoxide detectors
Carbon Monoxide Detector Normal Operation:
The green light steady.
Weekly Testing, Inspecting, and Maintenance:
Push and hold the test button for three seconds until a short beep is heard. Release test button.
- The alarm will then test itself for proper operation.
- The red indicator light will flash.
- The alarm will sound with another four beeps with the red light on followed by a quiet period, and then another 4 beeps with the red light on.
- The unit resets itself with a final red light flash.
Important Contact Information: Hasbrouck Community Service Center
Monday-Friday: 8am - 6pm
Saturday: 10am - 4pm
Place a maintenance/service request
Emergency: Dial 911