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What does reset config mean on a menvier alarm panel

I have a menvier Ts790 alarm and a fuse failed the battery took over until this failed. I have replaced the fuse and the system is now operational but display says config reset. The system appears fine what does this message mean and how do i clear it.

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is the alarm factory? if so a call to the dealer can help

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SOURCE: the alarm system keeps flashing

try locking than unlocking passenger side door.

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