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aissecur

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  1. You could of simply put the bell in engineer hold off mode, removed the power to it & then you wouldn’t of had any messing with it
  2. Not sure I follow, have you been sniffing urinals ?
  3. You need to check the zine you trigger is programmed as a 12hr (ie instant alarm on zone) failing that press & hold 1 & 3 on the remote keypad to activate the panic, this will give you a full alarm condition
  4. If you want to keep your system operational I do hope you change your battery more often than once every 10years
  5. Hi, zone 7 factory setting is PA (personal attack), if this is not a pa zone then program it to what it is (12hr, EE etc)
  6. Ive got a nice piece of 25mm galv conduit with female bush (not the wife's) on the end protecting mine
  7. Have you tried ringing technical?
  8. As above possible damage charging circuit. If you don't know anything about these alarms with the greatest amount of respect should you (if you are a company) be touching them? You may rectify the fault but there may be other issues within the system - you could give your customer a false sense of security thinking all is ok - not being funny when I say that just an observation
  9. Yes defo a scanny fan back in the day, 9600 was my favourite
  10. Defo still in production.... I actually quote like the 595 & 600 (don't slate me too much lol)
  11. AC voltage in seems about right & you say you have disconnected the battery Have you power cycled it? (may be worth powering it off for a short duration then powering it back up) If all that fails then I suspect its a faulty PCB.
  12. just out of interest have you measured the AC supply on to the pcb? Should be between 18 - 20VAC
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