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Blackout of 2003

Discussion in 'Security Alarms' started by Michael Ferer, Aug 15, 2003.

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  1. Just looking to see some coments from dealers who were affected by the
    blacout and how they handled it, and what they are offering to give the
    customer piece of mind
  2. RH.Campbell

    RH.Campbell Guest

    It had both troubles, "low battery" and "loss of clock", plus it had been in
    service for four years. Whenever I do a takeover, I always replace the
    battery whether it needs it or not, so this battery has probably failed due
    to old age. Batteries are cheaper than a service call...

    You're right about the damage to a battery from deep discharge. I'm not out
    of the woods yet....

  3. AM-Team

    AM-Team Guest

    The only way giving the customer peace of mind is this:

    It's fully independent from the mains.

    Some comments from Sarasota will follow...........

    Aloa Oheeee :)

  4. RH.Campbell

    RH.Campbell Guest

    Yeah...right....some comments from others will follow as well. I'm amazed
    you're still in business pedalling that junk !

    Just goes to show, there's a sucker born every minute....

  5. Mark Leuck

    Mark Leuck Guest

    It could be worse, I understand people in Belguim like to buy THIS junk
  6. RH.Campbell

    RH.Campbell Guest

    Gawd, who'd of believed some people could be so stupid.....

  7. Frank Olson

    Frank Olson Guest

    I guess Robert "forgot" he was ignoring him...
  8. Petem

    Petem Guest

    even worse we have proof that someone used it for 5 year and didn't even
    tested it...
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