ALERT Alarm Service & Repairs
- Does your ALERT Alarm have the “SYSTEM” led flashing?
- Does your ALERT Alarm have the “TROUBLE” led flashing?
- Is your ALERT Alarm FALSE ALARMING?
- Is it FALSE ALARMING when not even armed?
- Does your ALERT Alarm need a SERVICE?
 Battery Failure
 Mains Power Failure
 Telephone Line Failure
 Wireless Detector Battery Low
 Remote Control Battery Low
 Wireless Detector Supervision Failure
 Zone Inactivity Timeout
After listing any faults the memory of past events will be displayed
Press The [ Memory ] button to exit
The only troubles we suggest you try to fix yourself are  Power Failure,  Telephone Line Fail and  Zone Inactivity.
For  What your alarm is telling you is that a zone e.g. sensor hasn’t been triggered for some time. If you have been on holiday for a while try walking in front of all your sensors. If this doesn’t work – it’s time to give us a call
For  Check that your phone is working
For  If you are experiencing a power cut, the problem will resolve itself when the power returns. Check that a plug pack powering the alarm hasn’t been inadvertently turned off or knocked out of the socket. Check your fuse box to make sure that a fuse hasn’t blown. If they are all good — it’s time to call us