In most cases, low battery alerts will make a beeping sound. You can silence them by pressing the [OFF] or [#] buttons on your panel’s keypad. Before silencing your alert, you should consult with ADT for guidance on where and how you can find a replacement battery for your system.
Similarly, it is asked, why is my ADT keypad beeping?
The number one reason why your ADT alarm system may be beeping is because the batteries in the keypad are running low or are dead. When this occurs, your system, just like a smoke detector, will randomly beep to let you know that the battery is dead and needs to be replaced.
Also, how do I silence my low ADT alarm? For many of our most popular systems, beeping alarms and low battery trouble beeps can be silenced by pressing the [OFF] or [#] buttons from the keypad. If this does not work, please refer to your system user’s manual for specific instructions.
Additionally, how do I silence my security alarm?
Most standard systems will allow you to stop the beeping using one of the following methods:
- Disarm your system by entering your unique code.
- Arm your system and immediately disarm.
- Press the status button on your keypad.
How do you disarm a house alarm without the code?
Access the Main Control Panel of Your Alarm System
- Locate the main access panel of your home alarm system.
- Remove the AC power to the home alarm console from the wall directly.
- Use your console’s access key (or another item such as a small screw) to unlock and open the system’s backing.