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Ross Trician

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evening guys.

been asked to look at a job which include atemping to get the olb alarm working,. it seems all in order but no one knows the code for the system.

is it possible to get a master rest for them???

thanks, Ross.
 
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Spudnik

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I think you can, but maybe contact the manufacturer?

They may give you the code, however, they may be a bit like Corgi and you have to be registered before they hand out codes.

Kinda makes sense i suppose.
 
i know some have an engineer mode well ones we use at work do but to acess that you need the engineers code so you will have to find that out somehow

but to put a new code in for the customer you will need the original
 
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johnnyb

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Hi Ross, If its an old alarm, is it up to scratch regarding sab outside it must not sound more than 20mins now by law, the strobe can stay on and flash, but if its old put a new panel in and new sounder outside.
 
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daver

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Most panels you can master reset even if they have NVM. Give us a manufacturer and model and we will see what we can do. Scantronic can be difficult.
 
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Guest123

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Hey.

For the later scantronic models, enter followed by 7890 will put it in engineers mode. Then 99 to exit.

Hope this helps.
 
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musicmaster050

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Make and model mate can sort it out for you
 
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Ross Trician

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Thanks for the reply folks, will get the details when I next go there.

was hoping to avoid replacing system, or parts of it as it's not a pating type job but doing it for a local youth type group.

I'm not overly conversant with alarm systems tho,

thanks again.
 
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Ross Trician

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Re: burglar alarms, updated...

Hello chaps,

I have somemore info from the alarm I looked at a while back.

it has on it, "scantronic" and has a model number of MI-BZ0309.

any help on a rest code or where to get one from greatly appreciated.

ross.
 
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