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Battery low signal but dont know how to change the battery

I have a Users Manual for a Networx NX-148 LCD Codepad Users Manual Our alarm is beeping every minute I have identified which keypad has the low battery but dont know how o change the battery. Please help

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The Fail To Comm message is not related to your low battery problem. A Fail to Communicate occurs when the alarm system tries to send a signal (alarm, trouble or restore) to a monitoring service but can't. Most often the causes are telephone related. Has your system been disconnected from it's phone line? Have you recently changed phone services from your main carrier to an internet provider that provides VOIP service? Sometimes alarm systems have a hard time communicating over these services. Whatever the reason for the

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Ensure that you have replaced batteries with alkaline type. To reset the whole system remove batteries and trip main circuit breaker for five minutes. The system gets reset when you drain power completely from all units.

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SOURCE: Can I adjust the volume on my GE Networx NX-148E

There are a couple of things you can do, you can silence the keypad via a programming change to the alarm panel, but this requires knowing the installer or 'go' code. On the other hand, you can change the tone of the keypad by pressing * 0 and using the arrow keys to adjust the tone up and down.

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