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Topic # 50113 23-Nov-2009 00:06
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Have had a solution 880 a few years ,wont respond to what is said in manual. 8 is constantly in display panel can anyone, explain how to rid my panel of this .Alam goes off ramdomly,ie cant use alarm. Please help.

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  Reply # 275352 23-Nov-2009 08:29
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Im assuming this is a house alarm..........

Has the battery been replaced since youve had it ?

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  Reply # 277139 28-Nov-2009 01:21
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no it hasnt, how long do they last, had the system for 5 years, inside the keypad flap it has "tampers " written opp. no. 8.


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  Reply # 280192 7-Dec-2009 23:10
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That means either that the alarm panel cover is removed or loose, or the external siren cover is loose, causing the pin-switches (or tamper switches) in them to go from closed to open, resulting in an open zone on the panel.

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