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Author Topic: MA1000e w/ RP1054e error code  (Read 1119 times)

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MA1000e w/ RP1054e error code
« on: September 03, 2017, 05:47:24 AM »
Today after a power outage, my system showed this code - it is 0 with it's bottom right vertical leg missing. The system had a steady tone (same one you get when entering an alarmed house), but it wouldn't go away. I tried holding 9 and few other things I found online.  fire/trouble light was on. Nothing was flashing and no other lights were on. I had to disconnect the battery to have it go away.

Any idea what this code is?
Thanks!

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Re: MA1000e w/ RP1054e error code
« Reply #1 on: September 03, 2017, 10:03:43 AM »
That's an older system but generally pretty bulletproof.  I've seen 1008e panels take lightning hits so badly that components are blown off of the circuit board, and they keep working.

It wasn't three dashes on top of each other, was it?  that means it's in programming mode.

Try powering down for a few minutes, then back up.  If that doesn't help, the system is done.  You could probably find another 1000e board online somewhere, but those are a different animal to program.
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Re: MA1000e w/ RP1054e error code
« Reply #2 on: September 03, 2017, 05:59:57 PM »
Thanks for the quick reply! After power came back, I plugged in battery first and I got no. 8 on the display but no tone. Connected the power and it is working now. I ordered a new battery as the old one is now 15 years old!

Good to know that this panel is built to last :)

It wasn't three dashes, just a zero with a missing leg. hopefully it had something to do with battery being old.

 

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