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Ids 816 alarm system problems

I installed a new system. On power up, all led's on the keypad flashes. When I press the #key zone 1-8 and ready led's keep on flashing. Cannot arm the system?

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My indicator lights are not working on my control panel eg, power light etc, yet all the numbered keys are lit up. When I take the plug out the wall then the whole control panel does not work, need help please, I am not currently able to arm the alarm.

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This just means that your drum life has nearly reached his end.
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"Zone not ready" indicates the windows sensors are not seeing the magnet piece to indicate the window is closed. Are your sensors built into the window jams or are they external wires you can see?

If you have external wires, look for broken wires or broken/missing magnetic bars.

Did the painters paint the window jams? If so, they may have painted over a sensor, though paint usually does not affect the functionality of a magnetic sensor.

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on the 3 way pager press function 2 times then press unlock. that will get it out of valet mode

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The flashing light does not mean you have an alarm. They were not standard in the 3-series.
You can get one installed or if you want the dealer can program the lights to flash when locking and unlocking doors even with out alarm. This is called "acknowledgement without DWA"

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The standard PIN code can be changed following thesequence below:
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ii) Type in to the keypad the "existing PIN code" then *
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* 17856 * must then be entered within 30 seconds ofdisarming the system. This is then followed by a 2
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It is important to remember the * key is used to separatethe various parts of the code like this:
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