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According to the directions: Press B - bottom left button,to go into Alarm Mode. Press D - upper right button - to activate the alarm and press again to activate the Chime, which shows on bottom left as a bell. To activate these press D. To DEACTIVATE them press D again. Press B 3 times to return to Time Telling Mode. It took a few tries, but D and B are the keys to stopping that annoying chime!
There is no error code 4
The unit is probably set at 4 hours operation.
To change it turn unit off then back on
Now press and hold up arrow ti'll the unit beeps
now press and hold down arrow ti'll unit beeps again
Now either quickly press the up arrow or down arrow until you get the hours of operation you desire
once you have the hours flashing simply re-peat the long holding of the up arrow ti'll it beeps and down again ti'll it beeps once the beep then the # will quit flashing wait 10 minutes or so for chlorine generator to start
This could be several things, fortunately the device should actually be helping you to diagnose the issue. There are different beeps for different issues. They are as follows:
1 Beep Every 5 Seconds = Power Outage\Loose Plug Connection\Tripped Circuit Breaker\Power Cord Damage or Failure
2 Beeps Every 5 Seconds = Low Battery Alarm
3 Beeps Every 5 Seconds = Battery Needs Charging\Service\Replacement
3 Beeps Every 5 Minutes = The Battery is discharged and battery power is unavailable (If this continues battery replacement may be necessary)
1 Beep Ever 1/2 Second = Power Requirements exceed the UPS Capacity (remove some equipment to lighten the load on the unit)
Continuous Beep = Short Circuit / Input Voltage out of Range / UPS Fault (Likely replacement of entire unit)
That should help diagnose the actual issue. If it turns out the battery needs to be replaced they can be found online for around $20. A simple google search for Powerware 3110 Battery should return what you're after. Good luck!
When the unit beeps and the display flashes that means that you need to drain the water. It will not turn on until you drain it. If you have drained the water and it is still doing that then I don't know what's wrong sorry.
i got this from getupart from this site and he/she said....
1. Turn Off in back (wait few seconds for it to re-set) 2. Turn on in
back 3. Turn on in front and hold your finger on it 'till it turns
off again - (you get the beep on then the three beeps for reset
and it will eventually beep again and turn off) 4. Turn off in back
(wait few seconds for it to re-set) 5. Turn on in back 6. Turn on
in front hold finger for three beeps and damn it works!
The refrigerator is probably beeping because it is too warm. It has a sensor thaat will make it beep to warn you if it gets too warm. After being off for such a long time it will take a long time to get it cold enough again to stop the beeping. Give it time and it will stop.
This is an added extra and basically a new problem. Mine is brand new. I hold the left button down, and get the first beep, then hold the right button down, and it beeps multiple times, and stayes at 88. It took about 15-20 minutes of trying this before we got the 00. I think the lock mechanism is broken, as I can't get it locked either at the end, so I just let the system lock itself after 1 minute. We unplugged it and tried again, and still after multple time eventually got it to go to 00. I take it that this isn't normal.