bleeping alarm sigma S30

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  1. goldwinger

    goldwinger Funster

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    hello, After entering a code that was supposed to stop the bleep when arming the system, then pressing the small button to cut out the internal sensors.

    I have upset the system as I now have bleeping when I arm the system, 24 bleeps every time.

    I am informed that 24 bleeps means a magnetic door switch is not working , I have had them all checked they are all ok.

    Does anyone know if it is possible to undo what I have done.

    Is it possible that an alarm installer would have a code to return the system to normal working.

    We are booked on a ferry on Thursday.

    Have you ever had a day when you wish you had left it alone. I have tried all the codes.

    Does anyone know a person who can help near leeds.

    Many thanks for reading.

    Pass the pills love lo
     
  2. staging lady

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    Sorry can't help as I don't know the system. Our alarm cheeped even tho all the doors seemed ok. We took it back to the installer and all magnets on doors had to be replaced. Can you get through to the installer before you go?
    Lucille
     
  3. goldwinger

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    Thank you for repling, I was hoping to find someone local so I do not have to take it Newark
     
  4. old-mo

    old-mo Funster Extra Special Life Member

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    If you think it is the touch magnets it may be worth having a word with your local house alarm installer..

    All touch magnets work on low voltage, so I can`t see it being a problem.

    Worth a try might save you a lot of running around.. :thumb:
     
  5. DESCO

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    Don't know your alarm, we had one that beeped turned out to be a battery on door magnet as it was not hard wired but wireless, just a thought.
     
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