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Erratic beeping unit started making erratic beeping that runs approx. 1 minute and then quits, it does this at least 3 times a day. no apparent reason(spikes, brown outs etc.) Could this be that the battery is going bad ? it is 7 years old now and started doing this about a month now.

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This is a signal that the battery is dying, and is failing the self-test. According to Conext, the battery replacement alarm goes off for one minute every five hours. You should also see the replace battery light on the front of the unit lit. Changing the battery should solve your problem.

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That is probley it it is going bad or it has been unpluged from the sorce to charge it.

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