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  1. Yes Im just waiting for the stool sample to come back from the lab
    3 points
  2. don't buy her any xmas of birthday pressies util she's paid my invoice
    3 points
  3. when your mobile telephone rings & you have no idea who the caller is you can answer it by saying - hello, You could screen your calls by not answering, however I ain't going to leave voice mail messages in a mail box which doesn't state who it belongs too. Should you ring back at some point I have no idea who you are unless you give me at least a hint of your name & address I've not saved your details into the handset, I answer every call (unless blocked) with hello, I could not give a shinny shit whether your job gets repaired or not.
    2 points
  4. gently twat the keypad with the handle of screwdriver... this will simulate the day 2 day movement of the house, eg - kids slamming doors, a fat wife waddling up the hallway, a dpd van bouncing over the kerb outside delving ebay tat... if it doesn't go into tamper the spring doesn't need touching I'd bin the controls & put something better in
    2 points
  5. They doing you a favour , complete rubbish you just got used to
    2 points
  6. Your HA "alarm" won't work without internet or power so its not really an alarm. A big bag of relay will bodges your 800l onto your HA However a more commercial alarm panel & a bag of relay is probably a better starting point
    2 points
  7. If you have changed the batteries already and closed the lid on the detector correctly. Come out of the room and leave it for 5 mins then go back in let the detector see you if that doesnt work call the installer.(Which is what you should have done in the first place)
    1 point
  8. it will need to be replaced or chnage the code to not use that button, but at 20 yr old id be looking at replacing it
    1 point
  9. No idea, never seen one. T4 and 5 are just a link. T8 and 9 are -ve rails, one would likely be for the bell. Four top pins could have been SAB battery? One side of top pins is T6 the other is via the 1W resistor to -ve It's the era I'd expect tamper switches to be microswitches with flying leads from terminals. It would be logical to have all the field wiring on the first few terminals and the rest for the bell internals.
    1 point
  10. Your dogs eating furniture again?
    1 point
  11. for a super-duper alarm man like me 2hrs 1/2 hr to replace the rkp 1 hr to swap the controls 1/2 to fake some paper work & demo to the end user
    1 point
  12. it look like its "mint" condition
    1 point
  13. As above hope its a better one for you all
    1 point
  14. yes you could, however lets say £100 per yr ? let say the visit costs £50, 1 man 1 hour of travelling & on site time , 30mins of admin time, including a vehicle NI pension & all that stuff that's less than £1 a week to provide a 365 day 24hr service, with out maintenance in place you'll be unlikely to find anyone who'll want to repair an alarm at short notice or out of hours you may find that having the alarm maintained is a requirement of dad's contents insurance, I'd advise checking the policy before making changes however if you don't want it don't have it, well your dad will have to inform the provider in writing ...
    1 point
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