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If it is constant cycling beeps it is because it is in factory mode, when the car is new and you input the code it usually cycles beeps through all the speakers one after the other, it takes up to 5 minutes to stop and then will work ok, if it is a beep when you put the code in then the code is wrong, there is a 4 digit pre code on the side of the radio, if you go on renaults web site and put in your chassis number then the pre code, it will give u the code that renault gave that stereo, costs 15 or a dealer can also do it for you.
The answer to this is simple, Windows has a few nifty little tricks up its sleeve when it comes to a low battery, one of my youtube videos should clarify this for you :) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=onYsK-fjzbs
Usually, that's an indication that the battery is dying. You need to recharge it. If the headpiece is not holding a charge anymore, you need to replace the battery. Model of battery is CPP-512Q.
If the unit is fairly new, you can try reseting the battery by taking off the cap on the headset and then unplug the battery and plug it back in.
Generally a constant beep is the sign of a low or bad battery. However, it is noted the TalkAbout 250 is operated with AA batteries, and it is likely you have considered this and changed batteries. You might check your battery contacts, and clean them with a pencil eraser to assure they are making good connection. Otherwise, you may have a failing radio.
End of Cycle Signal
The End of Cycle Signal produces an audible sound when the
drying cycle is finished. Promptly removing clothes at the end of
the cycle reduces wrinkling.
END of CYCLE S_GNAL
Press END of CYCLE SIGNAL to adjust the sound level or turn off
NOTE: When WRINKLE GUARD _ is selected and the End of
Cycle Signal is on, a tone sounds every 5 minutes until the
clothes are removed, or WRINKLE GUARD _ ends.
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