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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 146851 30-May-2014 21:59
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I've bought a Micron Z4120C (panl cover shows 7353) 4-pir alarm system. I've added a backup user code as the user Instructions said "1 2 3 4 then 1+3 together then 1 0 2 0 # then 1 5", but it result in changing the master code 1 2 3 4 to 1 0 2 0.

Because the default code 1 2 3 4 not working again, but 1 0 2 0 can set it armed/disarmed.




When I want to change it again it doesn't work any more, as "1 0 2 0 then 1+3 together" it beeps differently, I've called a technician to came and check, but he can't solve it without the programming manual.




could someone help me to solve this problem? Or how to set it back to factory setting? 

Thanks very much

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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 1060817 7-Jun-2014 11:46
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To set back to factory your alarm needs to have a phone line.

You then need to contact Micron who will login to your alarm remotely and reset it for you. They can also program as you need

Most other alarms have a reset function

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  Reply # 1065337 14-Jun-2014 09:00
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I had some pain with the Micron system at my old house a few years ago, manual link here if you still want it:

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