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My alarm randomly went off at 4am this morning (wasn’t set). I entered the code and it stopped. However, exactly an hour later it went off again at 5am and then an hour after that at 6am. 

 

The control panel has the follow message:

Fuse/Bat FAULT !!! CHECK!!!! 
 

The alarm hadn’t went off from 6am till earlier this afternoon I removed the fuse and this again set off the alarm about half an hour later and the panel now has this message:

 

’Kypad 1 tamper check’

 

Can anyone advise how I solve this issue and stop the alarm from potentially going off again during the night 

 

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3 minutes ago, Dh1311 said:

Can anyone advise how I solve this issue and stop the alarm from potentially going off again during the night 

 

Pick up the phone & call xyz alarms they'll repair it & place it on maintenance contract, oddly the maintained alarms give much less problems than unmaintained alarms ?

 

or lob a battery at it & wing it.....

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28 minutes ago, MrHappy said:

 

Pick up the phone & call xyz alarms they'll repair it & place it on maintenance contract, oddly the maintained alarms give much less problems than unmaintained alarms ?

 

or lob a battery at it & wing it.....

QFA Alarms are like cars they need servicing, even if your not using it, its on all the time as you discovered at silly o clock this morning 

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I did a repair today, battery fault (12 yr old)

 

New build block of faults, the system has never ever been set....

 

As the sensors had been wired n/o !

 

I wonder how many of the other 50+ flats have never been set or commissioned proper

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