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  1. Long shot... I have a friened who's mum has a TS600 and they have lost the User Manual I've looked on Coopers site and searched Google however no success There is one site however that thread is locked out so no good. Does anyone have a pdf version they can share... thanks in advance
  2. Hello! I'm hoping someone can help me out with my alarm.... I've split this into a short story and a long story.... Short story... I need to remove all power from the remote LCD keypad (Menvier TSNET LCD) so I can perform a repair to the rubber keypad. Long story... The Remote LCD Keypad on the wall in our hall is not responding very well. When pressing the rubber buttons on the front, the press sometimes doesn't register, sometimes it does and sometimes a press registers twice! Anyway, this can be frustrating when trying to set the alarm and even more frustrating when trying to unset it. We went on holiday a month ago and set the alarm. We asked some friends to check on the house while we were away and gave them the code to unset the alarm - warning them that the keypad doesn't respond very well. When they came round they had problems. The alarm went off and eventually a neighbour (not sure which) managed to get the alarm off (possibly with the code but not sure). Anyway, when we returned from holiday the Keypad was completely switched off, not being powered by the internal battery. I looked at our electricity fusebox and could see that the security button was "tripped". I assumed that the neighbour had just turned off the electricity to the alarm which had turned it off (I thought that was odd as it didn't seem like a great security feature!). I left the alarm off, and decided (probably wrongly) to open the remote keypad to clean the rubber keypad points, to make it respond better. I took it apart quite easily with no problems, cleaned the rubber keypad points and put it all back together. I then switched the alarm back on at the mains and everything seemed normal - except that the keypad was still playing up. I did some research and found some rubber keypad repair solution which can be applied to the points to restore them. I bought some of this solution and started the repair... I switched off the alarm system at the mains, but the LCD keypad didn't switch off?! It said "Mains Power Off", I then thought ok, I need to wait for the battery to run flat. I waited all day, had an internal alarm saying "battery low", used my code to silence it and went to bed. At 3am in the morning all the bells were going off, I had to reconnect the mains and enter the code to switch it off. I'm really hoping someone can explain to me how I can turn the remote keypad off so that I can do this minor repair. I don't want to pay for an expensive engineer to come round as it will only take me 5 minutes if I can disconnect the power to the remote (like it was when I returned from holiday). (I tried to take the keypad apart when the mains were disconnected but battery still on but got a tamper alarm and had to retreat! But that's another story!) Hopefully there's someone that can help - I'd be very grateful! Thanks
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