Accidentally Disabled Key Pad

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Old 05-09-17, 03:49 PM
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Question Accidentally Disabled Key Pad

I was trying to increase the volume on the key pad buzzer and accidentally turned the key pad off. By off, I mean none of the keys work any more. The key pad is completely unresponsive to any of the short-cut buttons or keys. On the screen the clock still works. It is an older DSC pad partitioned from a newer DSC Power832
PC5010. I did this by trying to make it louder the way I do on the PC5010: by holding down the 6 key until everything turned off except the clock. Please....

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Old 05-10-17, 02:16 AM
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What model is the keypad? The different models have different installer/user manuals.
 
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Old 05-12-17, 08:27 AM
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Sorry I couldn't find the Model number of the Key Pad, (It's at least 20 yrs old!) but in the meantime, the situation corrected itself and I am able to use it again. If I can find the number among the pile of papers I put away in a safe place so I wouldn't lose it (!) I will ask the question again. Thanks again for your reply to my call for help!

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