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emicolas
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« on: Apr 25, 09, 11:50PM »

Our DSC started beeping tonight very regulary. The green ready light and the yellow system light were on. Did the *2 and all that happened was the system light kept flashing until it went off and back to a green ready light.

What to do?
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Ken_in_Pittsburgh
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« Reply #1 on: Apr 26, 09, 09:01AM »

Welcome to the forum.

       First, what keypad do you have? Next, what exactly did you see and hear from the keypad when you pressed *2?

                                                      --Ken
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emicolas
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« Reply #2 on: May 01, 09, 10:24PM »

We have the 1555.

When we press *2, it just does the normal beeps when you press the buttons, and then there aren't any beeps. The other day, the system light would just flash after pressing *2. No red lights anywhere.

Update:
We unplugged the alarm after I posted so that we could get some sleep without it beeping. The next day, we plugged it in again, it eventually started the beep beep again that day. *2 had the system light on, and my husband said the 8 red light was on. Pressed *2 again and the red light next to the 1 came on. Then I'm not sure what my husband did, but the system light went off. It's been off for days. It just started beeping again. Did *2--red light for the 1 comes on. According to the manual, it says we need to call the installation company. *sigh* A further *sigh*: the system light has now turned itself off.

Is there a way to find out what's wrong without calling them? It'd be nice to not have to pay for a possibly unnecessary visit!

tia.
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bnd75
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« Reply #3 on: May 02, 09, 12:00AM »

try this, do *2, you should have No. 1 red light on, press 1 again, see which light is on now. I guess it should be no. 1 again. If so, you need call alarm company to get your backup battery changed unless you want to do buy battery and intall it by yourself. after you change your battery , you need to reset your clock again to avoid trouble. (no. 8 red light)

Jay
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