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I have moved into a house with an //.National Installer.// accord xpc alarm system (red, green and blue buttons, has 'paddle' key fob disarm feature). The panel has been trouble free, however that has just changed. Maintenance has revealed that the panel has been locked with an engineers code, so currently whole thing is disconnected and shut down to stop the noise.

How will the service engineer get around this, right now I have a great system that doesn't work until we can get back into it and bypass or reprogramme the code - unless there is a code that will bypass all?????

No doubt //.National Installer.// will be able to help, but will charge mega bucks in the process!!

Would very much appreciate any help or advice offered.

Paul

Fleet

Hants

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Guest rjbsec
Maintenance has revealed that the panel has been locked with an engineers code,

All professional panels have an engineers code - either //.National Installer.// or another installer familiar with the panel should be able to help.

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All professional panels have an engineers code - either //.National Installer.// or another installer familiar with the panel should be able to help.

*QFA*

The panel can be reset to it's factory defaults quite simply. you need an engineer familiar with this panel.

Regards

Bellman

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anyone have any idea how to program a new key fob.  The keypad is not the later mark 7 with A and B buttons and integral key fob reader.  Mine has a key fob scanner next to the key pad.

 

Thanks All...

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On 07/04/2006 at 22:31, leesutton said:

What area are you in????? :whistle:

Your sig www link doesn't work.

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1 hour ago, norman said:

Your sig www link doesn't work.

Probably went bang shorty after posting in 2006

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yes it's a pyronix sa reader .   I don't have the master fob or card so is there a way I can operate it using new key fobs??  Ive always used the keypad to arm and disarm.  Now we have an elderly person staying who finds it difficult using the keypad so a key fob would be ideal.   

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7 hours ago, neonred said:

yes it's a pyronix sa reader .   I don't have the master fob 

Have you looked inside the panel it may be there..

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11 hours ago, PeterJames said:

Probably went bang shorty after posting in 2006

Ah, never noticed the date, doh! 

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2 hours ago, norman said:

Ah, never noticed the date, doh! 

Yeah well when yor age your age you stop noticing lots of things 

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2 hours ago, PeterJames said:

Yeah well when yor age your age you stop noticing lots of things 

Apparently age affects the speech too, have you had a stroke?

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1 hour ago, norman said:

Apparently age affects the speech too, have you had a stroke?

No just slighly pissed, I got a case of Bishops finger for fathers day 

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Thing is,  I am happy to use our keypad but we have an older member of the family now who will only activate the alarm if its easy for her as she is petrified of it going off in case she does it wrong.  Key fob is perfect for her.   She is nervous of losing a key or not being able to use the key switch in time. Key fob would be the best thing for her I think.

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