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The green wire connects to the backup lights control. When the gear shift is in "Reverse" this acts as the switch on the "Monitor" and turns the system on so you can see what's behind you to safely "Backup" Hope this helps you.
Depending on where box is and who wired it the red wire very well may be switched from inside. If you want to use the dusk on and off and sensor exclusively, in other words, you don't want it switched, cap off the red wire and don't use it. If you would like it switched, see if you can find a switch that will operate the red wire, probably somewhere around the nearest doorway out, or if you have a switch that you could never figure out what it was for.
An "earth fault" or ground fault is a condition where one of your circuits is grounded or shorted to earth. While all fire alarm systems are normally grounded for circuit board overload protection and personal safety issues, all circuits (bell circuit, smoke detector/heat detector/pull station circuits) should be free of earth grounds. I would suggest if you are not knowledgeable enough to troubleshoot your system you should contact a security/fire alarm installation company to fix the problem. If this is not a viable solution and you want to attempt this on your own try removing each circuit from the panel one at a time. While this will certainly cause additional system troubles, when you remove the circuit causing the earth fault the condition will disappear. You will then need to check all wiring, spice points and devices on that circuit to determine the faulted location.
First unwire the wall button. If the light will go off now replace the wall button. If not then you will need to replace the logic board on this unit(genie.com for replacement). Protect this with a surge protector as well 900 joules or higher. Thanks BB