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Wannabe Geek


# 248333 20-Mar-2019 07:58
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Hi, unfortunately some buttons were punched on our alarm system in error and now when we go passed some sensors in the house, the system beeps. Have had a "google" search and checked our manual, but it doesn't seem to show a fix. Looks like a hardware reset may work?, but not something I could do. Any thoughts or is it off to an alarm installer?

 

 

 

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Master Geek
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  # 2202216 20-Mar-2019 08:56
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This is the manual https://cms.dsc.com/media/documents/User_Manuals/PC585_User_Manual_ENG_29005154R003.pdf

 

Check if the chime mode has been activated refer page 5 & 15.

 

Hope this helps. 




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Wannabe Geek


  # 2202218 20-Mar-2019 09:00
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Thanks. Unfortunately mine is not an LED or LCD display which the manual on pages 5 & 15 seem to relate to.


 
 
 
 


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  # 2202235 20-Mar-2019 09:30
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Hi there - that should not matter.

 

Page 10 under Functions keys discusses this capability with reference to your key pad PC1555RKZ

 

I had this keypad in a previous house and the page 15 instructions to enable the feature "* [4]" worked.

 

This quick guide could be helpful too https://cms.dsc.com/download2.php?t=1&id=14219




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Wannabe Geek


  # 2202256 20-Mar-2019 09:58
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Thanks for that. Will give it a go tonight.

 

 

 

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  # 2206920 29-Mar-2019 10:57
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All fixed thanks. Even though we do not have a chime function on the alarm, I cancelled the chime function and the beeps no longer occur. Thanks for all your help.


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