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Low battery warning, how do i stop it as it is now the middle of the night and I can't go to a store till next morning?

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Remove the battery. If it has a low battery because it have no online power, restore that power. If it has online power and stills complains about not having a battery, cut power to it. If there's a silence or clear button, try that. If it's a monitored system, the company may be able to silence it for you.

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