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I have a honeywell alarm system.. it not working, the previous own disconnected the wires....

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Reconnect the wires.Its low voltage , it shouldn't shock you.

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Reconnect the wires then power up the system. then go to the keypad and press the # & * buttons at the same time the system should read 20 the ptess #20 and have somthing to write down the master programing code. then you can use it to program a new code.

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