default GE Simon installer code

Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Chub, Mar 12, 2006.

  1. Chub

    Chub Guest

    can you panel hackers reset the Simon installer code?
    I have a commercial customer that purchased a house with one of these. I
    told him to contact original company to get code but if that fails I would
    like to know what my options are.
    TIA
    Chub, Mar 12, 2006
    #1
  2. Chub

    Turb0 Guest

    Yeah its like some HUGE secret that the alarm co's want to bone you up
    the hoop for a piddly service call. This should work for a Simon 2 but
    may work for a v1 and v3

    Reset Memory to the Factory Defaults
    If it becomes necessary to set all programming back
    to the factory defaults, do the following:
    1. Open the Control Panel cover.
    2. Unplug the transformer and the battery.
    3. Simultaneously press Cancel, Clock Set, and Minutes.
    4. Restore power to the panel with either the battery
    or the transformer while pressing these three buttons.
    5. Plug in the transformer or connect the battery.
    NOTE: If Phone Lock is on, options 04, 05, 06, 08, 09,
    12, and 13 will not reset to their defaults.


    Chub:
    > can you panel hackers reset the Simon installer code?
    > I have a commercial customer that purchased a house with one of these.

    I
    > told him to contact original company to get code but if that fails I

    would
    > like to know what my options are.
    > TIA
    Turb0, Oct 21, 2006
    #2
  3. Chub

    Mark Leuck Guest

    "Turb0" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > Yeah its like some HUGE secret that the alarm co's want to bone you up
    > the hoop for a piddly service call. This should work for a Simon 2 but
    > may work for a v1 and v3


    You'll then need another piddy service call to reprogram your now defaulted
    panel

    >
    > Reset Memory to the Factory Defaults
    > If it becomes necessary to set all programming back
    > to the factory defaults, do the following:
    > 1. Open the Control Panel cover.
    > 2. Unplug the transformer and the battery.
    > 3. Simultaneously press Cancel, Clock Set, and Minutes.
    > 4. Restore power to the panel with either the battery
    > or the transformer while pressing these three buttons.
    > 5. Plug in the transformer or connect the battery.
    > NOTE: If Phone Lock is on, options 04, 05, 06, 08, 09,
    > 12, and 13 will not reset to their defaults.
    >
    >
    > Chub:
    > > can you panel hackers reset the Simon installer code?
    > > I have a commercial customer that purchased a house with one of these.

    > I
    > > told him to contact original company to get code but if that fails I

    > would
    > > like to know what my options are.
    > > TIA
    Mark Leuck, Oct 21, 2006
    #3
  4. > Yeah its like some HUGE secret that
    > the alarm co's want to bone you up
    > the hoop for a piddly service call...


    Bingo!
    Robert L Bass, Oct 22, 2006
    #4

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