Simon XT- Turning off Trouble Beeps

Simon XT- Turning off Trouble Beeps


To turn off the trouble beeps at your key pad:


Scroll down on the Simon XT until you see "System Programming"

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Immediately press "OK" 

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Enter your Master Code and press "OK"

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It will display "Access Codes"

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Scroll down until you see "Siren Options"

Press OK 

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Scroll down until you see "Trouble Beeps" or "Piezo Beeps"

Press OK (it will start Flashing "ON")

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Scroll down until it is flashing "OFF"

Press OK. 

Press Status 5 times

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You're done!



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