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For Concord panels, enter Group 34 (GAS); for all other GE Security panels, enter Group 29 (AUXILIARY). 5) Select the desired sensor number. 6) When the control panel prompts you for sensor activation, plug in the CO alarm and wait five seconds for the unit to stabilize.
Note If the panel does not acknowledge learning or receiving the signal within 67 seconds, unplug the CO alarm for 10 seconds and repeat step 6. Refer to the “Troubleshooting” section if the control panel does not acknowledge receiving a signal. 7) At the panel, exit the PROGRAM mode.
2) Check the outlet for the correct AC voltage using a voltmeter. If the meter reads 0 volts, replace any blown fuse or reset the breaker switch at the main electrical panel. 3) Contact GE Security Technical Support at 1-800-777-2624 if steps 1 and 2 above do not resolve the problem.
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ITI/North American Sensor Carbon Monoxide Alarm Installation Instructions...
Introducing the GE Your GE Security Carbon Monoxide Alarm is an effective product for detecting the presence of carbon monoxide Security CO Alarm (CO) by continuously monitoring for CO in your home. What is CO? Carbon monoxide is a dangerous and poisonous gas produced by the incomplete combustion of fuels such as natu- ral gas, propane, heating oil, kerosene, coal, gasoline, or wood.
Maintaining the Alarm Maintaining Your CO Alarm and Using the Test/ • Ensure the Alarm Vent is free of dust and debris by vacuuming the vent periodically (see Figure 1). Reset Function Using the Test/Reset Function 1. Set your control panel to SENSOR TEST mode. Note If you do not set your panel to sensor test mode while using the Test/Reset function, an alarm signal will be reported to the central monitoring station.