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We have installed a new battery, do we need to reset the alarm

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SOURCE: where will if find a copy of the Chubb Secure 6000

Chubb Secure 6000 is actually just a rebadged / rebranded DAS-NX12.

Do a web search for "DAS NX12 manual" and you'll find all sorts of manuals including installation manuals and user manuals.

If you see the pictures of the DAS NX12 keypad in the manual you'll see its identical to the Chubb Secure 6000.

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1. The installer code (IC) is the code that allows you to access the system programming. If you forget your IC, your alarm company probably won't give it to you. This is because they use the same IC for many installed units and keep it a heavy guarded secret. If your forget your IC code, you're going to have to reset it.

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Read more: Ademco Alarm Resetting Instructions ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/way_5752912_ademco-alarm-resetting-instructions.html#ixzz3pC2j96jl

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