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I have a .jpg of the instruction sheet. Will try to attach it
here....Image too large. Will try to post to some website.... and
'link' to it. Try
this:https://plus.google.com/photos/100903026198536275257/albums/5791492699132616113/5791492779753760034 Or maybe: http://s110.photobucket.com/albums/n112/rogwild/?action=view¤t=SECUREPROINSTRINSIDE2_zpsc65a470b.jpg
The jack you are talking about to which the phone alarm system wires are to be connected is called------ RJ31X jack -----------this is the direct link for the manual click the link directlyhttp://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/GE%20INTERLOGIX/SIMON%203-_Eon page number 3 of manual its listed.after click on the link click download option so the manual will get downloaded.then see page number 3 all instructions with diagram is shown properly.-----------------if you dont want to down load the manual and want to check all the connections directly ,instantlyjust click this another link directly and check out all the clear instructionshttp://www.systemswebstore.com/faqfiles/alarm_system_phone_connection.htm----------Note:in some jacks instead of white wire there is yellow wire.so yellow wire connection and white wire connection is same.this will help.------ thanks.please keep
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Hi, Hot is ok in an alarm box, especially inside where you see your finned heatsink and capacitors, if it beeps it might be because you have a communication problem, a weak backup battery or else. Check if you have any codes being displayed on your LCD or LED and check in the signification in your user manual if any. If you are connected to an alarm central they should be able to tell you what is the problem by connecting remotelly to your system. If not, well I need more details.!
Download the manual. I can't remember if it is in the User's Manual or the Programming Manual but a sequence to reset the security code is detailed in one of them. Also, it soulds like the telephone line was wired through the system for full seizure. To defeat this, you will need to take it out of the phone lines at the outside telco box. How it is wired is that the alarm panel intercepts the telephone line first and then feeds the circuit back out to the main junction where the telco comes into the house.
Am not familiar with an SSC-960, there are however SVR-960 (4 versions) by
Normally Samsung follows similar installation procedures and the differences in
their model are advance features and the length of recording time. If this could be of any help,
is a users’ manual for a 1280 hrs model. It includes installation procedures.
Alternately you can try Google for “svr 960 pdf” but when I tried it most that
I can get are German language versions.
be of some help/idea.Good luck and kind