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Car alarm wont turn off

I have a car fitted with a Clifford GS 470 alarm. The car was not started for about 5 months and the battery went flat. When I put in the new battery the alarm would not stop. I tried both alarm remote controls and put in the valet code (I think it is the right one) and the alarm will not stop

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Try changing the batterys in the remotes mate

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