Whenever i turn the power off it powers down normal but then the keypad lights up and does not go out until the battery goes dead. Also the battery does not last very long any more. tried a new battery and no difference.
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Re: Keypad stays lit when you turn the power off
U dnt hav to wait for the batteries go dead..just remove the batteries..and the lights wud turn off..and abut the the batteries..i guess there is a malfunction..please check in wih ur moto service centre...all the best
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Is the 5828V connected to an A/C adapter? If so the screen will stay lit - this is normal. If you do not have an A/C adapter - try an arm/away then a disarm and see if that makes it go to sleep. ... and if you don't have an A/C adapter - consider getting one as the keypad will then report on system changes - something you are missing with a battery only powered 5828V.
I know on the Ademco Lynx-Plus keypad / the alarm panel - the display will stay lit after you exit programming mode until you do an arm/away and disarm so it may be the same with your 5828V.
CHECKING KEYPAD OPERATION
A rapidly blinking LED over one of the keys of the keypad (or sometimes a "dead" keypad/console)
To determine if the control or keypad is faulty, do the following test:
1. Unplug dishwasher or disconnect power.
2. Open the dishwasher door.
3. Open console and disconnect the keypad ribbon connection from the control (at P1).
Make sure all other connections are made.
4. Put console back together. Do not close the dishwasher door.
5. Plug in dishwasher or reconnect power.
6. Wait 5 seconds.
7. Close dishwasher door.
8. Monitor the control's response:
If the control is OK (no longer sees shorts with the keypad unplugged),
it will respond by turning on a Drain Motor for 2 minutes.
Check and/or replace the keypad if the control responds OK.
If the control is not OK (still sees shorts with the keypad unplugged),
then the drain motor will NOT respond and will remain off.
If no response, replace the control.
Refer to user manual or company support, the keypad is giving you a error message of some sort, and it is dependent on the make and model on what that error message means so by referring to the manual or posting it would further help you in figuring out what the issues
Your keypad needs to be addressed. Within 30 seconds of powering up the panel, go to the keypad and hold down the 1 and 3 buttons. Most likely, Address 31 will pop up on the display. Push 1 then 6 then *(star).
Address 16 is the default address for the first keypad on the system.
It sounds like your 5V transformer isn't working. It could be the outlet it is plugged into isn't working, or the outlet is on a light switch that is turned off, or there is a problem with the keypad itself. The user manual says:
"AC-Powered Operation: When powered by the optional AC adapter, the keypad remains active at all times. If AC power is lost, the keypad reverts to battery-powered operation until AC power is restored On AC powered units you can get the status by viewing the display."
The only way I know of to keep it active is by using the transformer.
Turn on your dvd player, press the DVD mode button, hold down P+ and V- for a couple of seconds until the power button stays lit up...then enter 0005 on the keypad...then, once again, press DVD mode, hold P+ and V- until the power light comes on, and then just keep hitting the power button...
when your dvd player turns off, thats the right setting, immediatly press P+ and V- to store the code...
You may try removing power to D/W for a minute and reconecting. likely cause though is keypad (console). If a light above a pad stays on the pad is likely closed all the time. Normal is probably cycle most often used. you can test the keypad by removing power to D/W and accessing the control panel. remove conncter P-1 and using an ohmeter test resistance between 13 and 4 on the connecter coming from keypad. yes without very small clips or 4 steady hands it is a little tricky. in the field we use a breakout board. if you get any reading when not pushed pad is bad. you may find a manual inside the kickplate which explains the keypad sequence. it may be control but more likely keypad, even if test is inconclusive.
Hello, that is actually happening when the light that is on in the keypad. When its lit up, u will hear a slight humm. Its known as the keypad hiss amongst people in the know. That is the part that motorola used that makes the sound. its a very common thing. It was the first time motorola used that type of LED in the keypad flex. Hope that helps. Only way around it is to turn off the keypad light.