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MrWaghorn

Accenta Issue...

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Hi all!

 

So after coming back from a weekend away I noticed the outside siren was flashing, but no alarm inside or out.  When I opened the front door it did the usual entry beeps but REALLY LOUDLY and when I entered in the code it displayed numbers 1-8 and a load of zeros then TP and TP. There were reports of power cuts nearby but the oven clock was still showing the correct time. Also the alarm itself is about a year old so I assume its not the battery. 

 

If anyone has a suggestion to what the cause may be please let me know. 

 

Thanks in advance - MrWaghorn :)

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Hi: It's showing that while you were away, your system went into alarm for some reason. Could be due to the power flashing on and off at some point.

To reset, enter your user code then X twice. Should now hopefully be back in day mode.

Directions for this and viewing the event log are in your user manual.

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Yes its back in day mode. 

 

The user log - DOY! How couldn't I have thought of that haha. 

Thanks for the help - MrWaghorn :)

 

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Your welcome, glad we could help.

If you've any other questions about the system, please ask & we'll do our best to help.

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