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Garddude
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« on: Jan 11, 11, 03:07PM »

We own a business and are trying to remove user access codes for arming and disarming our PK5500/5501 alarm system and the directions in the manual are not getting the job done..

How do we delete user access codes?
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« Reply #1 on: Jan 11, 11, 03:14PM »

Welcome to the forum.

PK5500/5501 are keypad models, what system do you have?

What procedure did you use?
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« Reply #2 on: Jan 11, 11, 03:22PM »

That is the problem were having with the manual...  The manual we have is for several models and there is no actual model number visible on the front of the keypad.. 

Unfortunately, I do not have the manual with me at this time...  To the best of my recall the directions tell you to select the user number and use (*) in the first digit of the code to be deleted...  We first hit * 5 I think then the 4 digit master code...
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« Reply #3 on: Jan 11, 11, 05:00PM »

The procedure is the same for most DSC systems; however, it varies some depending upon the keypad model (the 5500 and 5501 are two different models).

Let us know:

Which system you have
What keypad you were using
What part of the procedure didn't work

If you need help finding the system model, take a look at the following FAQ:

How do I find out which make/model home security alarm system I have?

User Manuals for many DSC systems are available for downloading from the forum's DSC Manuals Downloads Section (link in left column).
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