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Old 10-05-2009, 19:09
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I have a scantronic 9427 style alarm in my house but i have never used it, but as i am going away tomorrow i would like to know how to use it and set the code for it basically, i've tried googling for manuals and there are a lot of threads about it but i can't seem to find a manual for that particular model, any help please?

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Old 10-05-2009, 19:22
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http://www.mrsecurity.com/usermanuals/index.html

no 9427 listed there, but may still come in useful

(should be same as 9448)
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Old 10-05-2009, 19:26
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Scantronic 9427 seems to be the make/model of the keypad. What details of make/model are on the alarm control panel?

EDIT: And I bet more people will look at your thread if you say in the title with what you need advice.
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Old 10-05-2009, 19:29
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http://www.mrsecurity.com/usermanuals/index.html

no 9427 listed there, but may still come in useful

(should be same as 9448)
I don't have the 4 digit code it is set to now what do i do?????
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Old 10-05-2009, 19:36
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I don't have the 4 digit code it is set to now what do i do?????
Tell us the make/model of the control panel.
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Old 10-05-2009, 20:12
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Tell us the make/model of the control panel.
it's a scantronic 9427, i have found the number but i want to change it as anyone could have it.
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Old 10-05-2009, 20:23
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it's a scantronic 9427, i have found the number but i want to change it as anyone could have it.
1 Press [6]
2. Press [ENT]
3. Enter existing [User code]
4. Enter new [User code]
5. Press [ENT]
http://www.mrsecurity.com/usermanuals/9448user.html

Its the same instructions despite the different serial number.
There's a few other forum posts (not DS) out there on same subject.
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Old 10-05-2009, 20:25
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it's a scantronic 9427, i have found the number but i want to change it as anyone could have it.
I don't think the alarm panel will be a 9427 - that's the designation of the keypad.

Anyway, here is a link to the user manual for a panel which supports the 9427 keypad. You will see instructions in there about how to change the user code:

http://www.jpalarms.co.uk/Docs/9448_...572_iss_2).pdf
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Old 10-05-2009, 23:51
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i think the OP needs to know the original code to change to a new code , and they don't know that code

maybe there is an general engineers code they can enter
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Old 11-05-2009, 12:58
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i think the OP needs to know the original code to change to a new code , and they don't know that code

I initially thought that might be the case, but in post #6 the OP tells us that she (now) knows the number and wants to change it.
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