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How to remove a sensor from the system ?

The sensor is bad and I don't need it any longer.

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Do you know which sensor # or name it is? If so, open the front of the case and type in your master code. Then select "delete" from the top row and then either type in the number of the sensor unit (ex: 08) or hit the remote/sensor button and cycle through the ones you've got until you hit the right one. Hit the "done" button and you're finished.

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