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    Encore Firefighter module install/programming

    The firefighter wired smoke alarm audio detector is for the monitoring of your existing wired, and/or your local 120v Interconnected smoke alarms.

    Mount within 6" of smoke alarm/detector, line up side markings to detector.

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    Access system configuration (logo>installer code> system configuration)

    Use right arrow to find an empty/unused zone
    Down arrow
    Change unused to (09) 24-hour fire
    Down arrow
    Enter (0637)
    Down arrow
    Manually enter serial #, or learn serial by shift then learn and hitting firefighter learn button
    Down arrow
    Equip age (0) new
    Down arrow
    Loop 2(2)
    Down arrow
    Enter descriptor
    Down arrow
    Reports enabled (1)
    Down arrow
    Supervised enabled (1)
    Down arrow
    Chime disabled (00)
    Down arrow
    Summary screen (check it carefully, make sure programming is right)
    Then 'skip', 'end', 'exit'
    Panel reboots

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    We had a Tech support call from one of our customers today in regards to their Encore Firefighter Module for 2GIG http://buy2gig.com/Encore-Products-F...er-Module.html
    Customer Smokes were 16 years old. they were Firex
    detectors without a date. The problem was they were constant sounding
    versus the new standard (3 beeps and a pause). We recommended replacing all five of the
    smoke detectors and the customer tested the system again without a flaw. Quote from Customer "System works
    perfectly now. Thanks for your assistance."

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gS69afS9k3E
    Michael Ferer
    "The Source For Do It Yourself 2Gig Alarm Parts & Alarm.com Plans"
    http://buy2gig.com
    1-877-661-8941

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    Contrary to popular belief, using the TEST button on smoke alarms/detectors doesn't actually tell you if the fire alarm device will work in the event of a fire.

    You should test your fire alarm devices at least every 6 months with an aerosol smoke detector tester (available on eBay, amazon, etc)

    http://www.homesafeguard.com/smoke_check.html
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