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Fire Code Warning

Vonnie08 asks:
Feb 14th 2008, ID #109991

Fire Code Warning

How do I get rid of the Fire Code Warning without having to delete items that are public property in the game?


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Lucario Mover answered:
Added 20th Feb 2008, ID #235842

There is not other way you can get rid of it, but every item you will be selling or deleting like fridges or even windows, will lower it's meter.

ALCADIUS answered:
Added 21st Mar 2008, ID #243588

You can't take it out but you can buy a extinguisher or place alarms in every room to have less chance of a fire.


dnextreme88 answered:
Added 22nd Jun 2008, ID #263650

You cannot get rid of it unless there is a code for that.

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Guest said: 19th Nov 2014 | REPORT
you're lie
Guest said: 8th Jul 2017 | REPORT
Oh my gosh learn your grammar
Guest said: 1st Jul 2018 | REPORT
No grammar man its Gonna be fine
Guest answered: Added 12th Aug 2011, ID #431495

There may be one : circle square r2 l2 circle l1

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Guest said: 15th Apr 2013 | REPORT
yes I think you do
Guest said: 26th Aug 2013 | REPORT
u just have to put fire alarms in every room to make it easy but thanks
Guest said: 22nd Jun 2015 | REPORT
what code that can remove warning
fire code
Guest said: 26th May 2017 | REPORT
There are some GBA cheats for The Sims 2 at code.twink . But why when i put the code on my codebreaker and enable it.. but the cheat cant work?
Guest answered: Added 30th Apr 2012, ID #502617

I am having the same problem. I place a house and it says you are in violation of the fire code-but only when I place large houses! I wish I knew how to answer you're question.

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Guest said: 4th Mar 2013 | REPORT
save your money up and then evict a family off a lot and rebuild your house from ground up. fire code doesnt matter unless you have no alarms or no way to put it out. just keep in mind the fact that it gets to the point where the fire code wont allow you to place anything else.
Guest said: 17th Apr 2013 | REPORT
Type in r2 r1 r2 r1 it works
Guest said: 6th Sep 2016 | REPORT
Guest answered: Added 8th Jul 2012, ID #521425

Apparently Doors make the fire code go up majorly. So if you have a lot of rooms then you should either get cheaper doors or take out a wall or two.

Sims2NDSExpert answered:
Added 30th Dec 2012, ID #560878

If you use wood and tile as flooring instead of carpet, the meter won't go up as much. Also, don't buy a lot of rugs; these are apparently flammable!

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Guest said: 16th Nov 2014 | REPORT
what you need to do is put fire alarms in some rooms and also especially have a fire extinguisher handy at all times
babyback925 answered:
Added 16th Nov 2014, ID #646627

What you need to do is put some fire alarms and have a fire extinguisher handy at all times

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Guest said: 8th Oct 2015 | REPORT
there is no code that works

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