At the keypad, enter [*]  The yellow “Trouble” Light will flash, and a number 1 through 8 will appear on the keypad.
Light 1 - Press key 1 for more details, if number 1 light stays on the main battery backup needs replacing. If number 2 thru 8 comes on call for service.
Light 2 - Power Off to alarm panel, (power off, breaker off, transformer bad or unplugged).
Light 3 - Telephone Line Trouble, no phone line working on the alarm system phone jack.
Light 4 - Failure to Communicate, on the last alarm the system could not make a call to the monitoring station, (this will only clear off after a successful alarm communication to the monitoring station).
Light 5 - Zone Fault, press key 5 for more details, the zone light with fault will come on. A wireless device has not checked in, smoke det. missing, etc.
Light 6 - Zone Tamper, press key 6 for more details, the zone with the tamper condition will come on. A wireless device has a cover not on, check the device cover.
Light 7 - Wireless Device Low Battery, press key 7 for more details, the zone/s with a bad battery will come on, replace the zone device battery, then open door/window should clear this trouble. If no zone light comes on after pressing key 7, then it is a wireless four button remote keyfob that needs new batteries (usually 2, 2025 batteries). Should you have 2 or 3 remotes it would be wise to just change the batteries in all of them.
Light 8 - Loss of Time/Date - Step 1 – At your keypad, enter time/date programming by pressing [*] + [Master Code] +  Step 2 – Enter [HH:MM] [MM/DD/YY] Step 3 – Press [#] to exit Note: Program the time using military standard (e.g. 8:00 pm = 20:00 hours)