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Alarm goes off for no reason. No longer have alarm button.

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First make sure your battery isn't dying. Batteries discharge more frequently in the summmer because the distilled water in the electrolite evaporates in the heat.

Next since you don;t have the cliker I would disconnect the Alarm
horn . Its probably the cheapest way out.

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