,.‘..,’ TROUBLESHOOT1NG No.lb20 (AND 1006) TROUBLE: I . EXCESSIVE DRAIN OF PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT POWER SUPPLY OR REPEATED REPLACEMENT OF PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT BATTERY. (See also Part I, Section HI. REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE A. Short circuit in protective circuit wiring (remove wires from terminals A and B and from termina I s C and D; remove wires from protective circuit power source; see Part I, Sect ion H for finding short circuits). in sensitive B. Short circuit (located uppermost above 5 and 6). NOTE: TROUBLE: 2. relay terminals coil or replace defective wirA. Repair ing (check for pierced insulation inprotective circuit wiring caused by tacks, s-tap les orpinching. Check where wires go through walls or around pipes). B. Replace sensitive resistance check low’s value (see HI. I. When using separate power sources cut black jumper between terminals as shown in Diagram B and 3 on terminal 2. When using a common power source CUT black jumper between terminals as shown in Diagrams B and 3’on terminal BELL(S) Low bell battery age ( in the case power supply, be are fully charged 24 hours wlthout Improper clapper or power supply voltA. Replace battery if voltage meaof a rechargeable sures substantially less than 6 sure that the batteries volts,while the bell is operating. - charge batter i es for Allow rechargeable batteries to a load). charge ful ly. bell mounting to jam. B. Makechanges.in has caused in bell wires (see D. Short circuit I, Section G for troubleshooting connection). bell (if possible, E. Defective system with new bell). test 159 www.PDF-Zoo.com A and C, board. REMEDY line run does not conform to B. Bell specified procedures (see note at the end of this section: see also. Part I, Section G). C. B, DO NOT board. OR OTHER SOUNDING DEVICES DO NOT GIVE FULL SOUND. PROBABLE CAUSE A. relay if indicates too Part I, Section C. Part bell Inspect position. jamming. bel I wiring. mounting Correct and bell dome any binding or D. Replace wires to bell, ful to avoid conditions cause short circuits. E. Replace bell if being that necessary. carewill PROBABLE CAUSE REMEDY F. Short circuit in coil of latching Idrop) relay (located above terminals I and 2 on relay panel 1. Coil resi’stance should measure 50 ohms. F. G, Dirty G. Replace keyswitch type (see catalog). or corroded keyswitch contacts. H. Dirty or corroded latching (drop) relay contacts (located above terminals I and 2 of relay panel I. TROUBLE : 3. Replace latching relay if reststance check indicatessubstantially less than 50 ohms. proper H. Clean and/or burnish relay con-facts with burnishino tool and spray cleaner (catalog Nos. 316 and 317). BELL CIRCUIT DOES NOT LATCH ON ALARM. WHEN THE CONDITION CAUSING ALARM IS CORRECTED, THE BEL L STOPS EVEN THOUGH THE KEYSWITCH REMAINS IN THE NIGHT POSITION. PROBABLE CAUSE TROUBLE: with REMEDY A. Dirty contacts on latching (drop) relay (located above terminals I and 2 on relay panel). A. Clean relay contacts with burnishing tool and/or spray (see catalog Nos. 316 and 317). B. Open circuit in coil of latching (drop) relay (located above terminals I and 2 on relay panel. Look for approximately 50 ohms with an ohmmeter placed across coil winding). B. Replace latching relay if ohmmeter check on coil reveals an open circuit. 4. WITH SYSTEM ARMED (KEY IN NIGHT POSITION), BELL DOES NOT OPERATE WHEN PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT iS BROKEN. (See also Part I, SectionHI. REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE A. T-k Stuck failing contact In protective to release on entry. A. Check each operation. circuit contact Replace for proper as necessary. or discharged bell batB. Disconnected tery or power supply (be sure any rechargeable batteries in Recharge-APacks are fu I ly charged; charge batteries for 24 hours without a load). of bell battery B. Check connections or power supply to terminals 3 and 4 of control panel. Replace defective batteries if they do not measure substantially close to 6 volts when the bell or other sounding device isoperating. or shorted wires C. Disconnected, broken, between relay panel and bell. Check wiring between terminals I and 2 on control panel to the bell. C. Check wiring and repair or replace as needed (.see Part I, Section GZ. www.PDF-Zoo.com 160 I-+ ! REMEDY PROBABLE CAUS.E d. E. Dirty keyswitch E. Replace type (see catalog). or corroded keyswitch contacts. ic TROUBLE: bell clapper. Free or adjust If necessary, F. Bound 5. FALSE ALARMS OCCUR DUE TO SWINGERS I.N PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT. Part I, Section HI. F. A. Swinger tective or intermittent circuit loop. B. Weak batteries ed pdtier source circuit (check to 4 ma. current test; 6 ma. in power sources C. Dirty 6. or break in pro- keyswitch contacts. bel I clapper. replace bell. (See also Replace batteries if defective. Be sure that any rechargeable batteries in Recharge-A-Packs are fully charged (charge batteries for 24 hours without a load) after which a voltmeter should be used to measure voltage duringBELLTEST function. C. Replace keyswitch (see cata log). with proper type AMMETER READING ON CONTROL PANEL IS 0 MILLlAMPS OR LESS THAN 3 MILLIAMPS IN ALL POSITIONS OF THE KEYSWITCH EXCEPT BELL TEST (NORMAL READING WITH DRY CELLS USED IN PROTECTIVE CIRCUIT IS APPROXIMATELY 3-4 MA; NORMAL READING WITH RECHARGE-A-PACK IS APPROXIMATELY 6 MA. DO NOT USE A RECHARGEA-PACK TO POWER PROTECTIVE ClRCUlT IN NO. 1006 CONTROL). REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE A. A protected point of entry powering B. Dead batteries circuit (measure voltage teries when in operation. normal reading). is open. protective across bat3 volts is 161 www.PDF-Zoo.com proper or equivalent A. Use No. I2 tester to locate faults. (See Part I, Section H for instructions!. dr insuffidiently char-%-B. supplying protective panel ammeter for 3 draw during circuit the case of rechargeable supplying 6 volts). corroded with REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE TROUBLE: Clean relay contacts with burnishing tool and/or spray (see catalog Nos. 316 and 317). contacts on protective ci,rcui’t D. Dirty xsensitive) relay (located above terminals 5 and 6 on control panel). A. Check alI windows and dOQrS in DAY and NIGHT protective circuit. Close any doors and windows left ajar. B. Replace batteries. Be sure there is no shorted wiring causing shortened battery life. REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE C, Weak Recharge-A-Pack powerlng protecC. tlve clrcult. All discharged batteries of this type should be charged for 24 hours wlthout a load (DO NOT power protective circuit of No. 1006 control wtth a Recharge-A-Pack). D. A break circuit or short wiring. exlsts In protective E. Open circuit in the sensitive coil (located uppermost above 5 and 6 on relay panel). F. Defective panel ammeter. If alarm systern works normally but ammeter reads zero when key is in ClRCUlT TEST position (with all points of entry closed), a defective ammeter is indicated. G. Dirty_. or switch. TROUBLE: 7. relay terminals corroded contacts of key- Be sure Recharge-A-Packs are fully charged and operating wlth>n thelr maxlmum output capacity. After charging sufflclently, use a voltmeter to measure battery output under operatlng condttlons. D. Repair or replace defective wiring, Check wiring at relay panel for shorts between screw terminals A and B and .C and D. E. Replace sensitive relay if ohmmeter check reyeals an open circuit. F. Replace ammeter with proper (see catalog for details). G. Repl pria ce keyswitch e type (see A. Break wires, relay with approcatalog). ,A, in night contacts, coil. REMEDY loop protective circuit foil, or sensitive A. Check cribed B. Sticking iatching relay or sensitive 8. relay contacts (latching relay is located above terminals I and 2 on the rear of relay panel; sensitive relay is located uppermost above terminals 5 and 6 on the rear of relay panel). .8. STEPPING ON FLOOR MAT (IF A. Too much resistance floor mat. lmbrober mat in wires I, circuit Section as desH. 1 iE ALARM. REMEDY from installation. 162 www.PDF-Zoo.com protective in Part Vi’sually inspect relay contacts for sticking condition. Clean and burnish as required (use burnishing tool and/or spray cleaner, catalog Nos. 316 and 317). Replace relay if cleaning fai’ls to cure condition. USED) DOES NOT TRIP PROBABLE CAUSE B. type ALARM SOUNDS WHENEVER KEYSWITCH IS TURNED TO N GHT POSITION. PROBABLE CAUSE TROUBLE: ' A. See Installation Series Controls, Notes pages on 1000 1’04-105. B. See Installation Series Controls, Notes pages on 1000 1.04-105. (-, TROUBLE: 9. BELL OR OTHER SOUNDING DEVICE’DOES POSIT ION OF KEYSWITCH. NOT OPERATE DURING BELL TEST e REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE may exist in the power supA. Problems relay contacts, ply, bel I, bel I wiring, or terminal connections. A. or B. Dirty switch. key switch B. Replace type (see catalog). corroded jumper C. The white of the keyswi tch ting this jumper ing capability). TROUBLE: IO. contacts in key- wire on the rear has been cut (cuteliminates bell test- WHEN USING A SIREN, HOWLER, OR BLASTER, See TROUBLE 4, D, and F. C. Restore function Sections with B, C, proper jumper if bel I test is desired. THERE IS NO SOUND OUTPUT ON ALARM. REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE exist with particular soundA. Problems ing device and/or module supplying signal. first making the checks A. After outl ined below, see the Troubleshooting Section for the partitular soundina devices and modules beina used. B. Wiring do not to sounding deB. Check all wiring vices. Repair or replace as required. In the case of sirens using driver modules, check for a blown fuse. C. Polarity at relay breaks permit and/or short device(s) to to driver panel. module circuits operate. is reversed proper polarity. Bear in C. Observe mind that terminal I on relay panel is negative (-1 and terminal 2 is .positive (+I. or discharged bell batD. Disconnected tery or power supply (be sure any rechargeable batteries in Recharqe-APacks are fully charged; charge batteries for 24 hours without a load). D. Check connections or power supply to 4 of control panel. fective batteries measure substantially volts when the bell sounding device is leading from control panel to E. Wires sounding devices do not conform to specified procedures. in wiring (see E. Make changes at the end of this section; also Part I, Section G). www.PDF-Zoo.com 163 of bell battery terminals 3 and Replace deif they do not close to 6 or other operating. note see TROUBLE: I I. WHEN US I’NG A STROBE LIGHT AS AN ALARM INDICATOR, FLASH WHEN ACT I VATED. f, THE LIGHT FAILS PROBABLE CAUSE A. Polarity reversed B. Trouble burned wiring. in strobe out strobe C. TROUBLE: to light. circuitry, breaks in Low battery or power supply voltage (in the case of a rechargeable power supply, be sure that the batteries are fully charged - charge batteries for 24 hours without a load). PROBABLE CAUSE Power source or defective. B. Defective C. Dirty tacts x5 TROUBLE: B. Correct required. particular or battery trouble as battery if voltage measures C. Replace less than 6 volts while bell is operating. Allow rechargeable batteries to charge ful ly. THE TROUBLE REMEDY disconnected buzzer. A. Check connections of power source or battery to terminals 3 and 4 of the control panel. B. Rep I ace buzzer. or corroded sensitive relay con(this is the relay above termiand 61. contacts with burnishC. Clean relay ing tool and/or spray (catalog No. 316 and 317). contacts D. Stuck or jammed day circuit fai ling to release upon entry. D. Check each contact for operation (see Part I, Replace as required. proper Section -6. Dirty or switches. keyswitch E. Replace type (see catalog-). appropriate / :_ A. Observe proper polarity. To terminal I of the relay panel attach TQ termithe negative (-1 wire’. nal 2, attach the positive (t) wire. 12. WHEN’A POiNT OF ENTRY ON THE DAY CIRCUIT IS DlSTURBED, BUZZER DOES NOT SOUND (KEYSWITCH IN THE DAY POSITION). A. ‘f---y REMEDY strobe light lamp, TO 13. corroded contacts on key- with HI. BUZZER SOUNDS AT ALL TI’MES WHEN KEYSWITCH IS IN DAY POSITION. . 5. A., A .break contact REMEDY PRCBABLE CAUSE ::., ..-.,. _ A. Check day circuit for all in wiring or foil or and open ties of breaks (see Part exists in the day,circuit loop. HI. possibiliI, Section f-7 ,164 www.PDF-Zoo.com REMEDY B. Break in sensitive relay uppermost above terminals on the relay panel). TROUBLE: 14. coil located 5 and 6 B..Replace sensitive relay if resistance check indicates an open circuit in the coil. EXTERNAL DEVICES ATTACHED TO CONTROL PANEL (DIALER, ETC.) DO NOT ACTIVATE ON ALARM. PROBABLE CAUSE A. Incorrect wiring B. Di t-l-y relay closure to C. Faults vices. TROUBLE: of contacts external in the device COMMUNICATOR, REMEDY to panel. supplying device. individual DIGITAL dry attached A. Use relay panel terminals I and OR -2 to supp ly power to the device by using its own power source, an external device can be activated on, a I arm by dry contact closure, obtained from black flying lead and terminal no. 5 on panel. B. Clean and burnish contacts of reversing relay (use No. 316 and/or 317 burnishing tool and contact spray cleaner). de- C. Be sure wiring is connected correcth and power supply or batteries are not discharged. See Troubleshooting Section for each device emp loyed. 15. WHEN US ING NO. 1020 IN MODULARM OR MINI-MODULARM APPLICATIONS, STAT I ON DOES NOT RECEIVE SIGNALING VOLTAGE FROM THE PANEL. PROBABLE CAUSE A. Incorrect wiring REMEDY A. hookup. L _. 8. Be sure wiring conforms to Installation Instructions (leased telephone I ines must be attached to terminals 5 and 6 of panel. The red and black flying leads go to the source of power, notably No. 497 or 492, or No:89-24 or an equivalent amount of dry cells). Telephone lines exceed the 2 to 3 mile B. Use a Telephone Line Voltage Boostet-, No. 349 for telephone lines length limit (maximum resistance in exceeding the maximum resistance lines should be no more than 1250 ohms). I imit (see appropriate instructions contained in unit for proper use). As an alternative, a No. 8924 Energy Pack can be used to prov i de greater vo I tages where the telephone line resistance exceeds 1250 ohms (see Diagram B in the Installation Instructions). 165 www.PDF-Zoo.com THE CENTRAL ‘L;’ REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE /7 C. Dirty or reversing terminals TROUBLE: corroded relay contacts on relay (located just above 5 and 6 on the relay panel). 16. ON ALARM, NO SUCH INDICATION OR MINI-MODULARM UNIT. IS RECEIVED AT THE CENTRAL STATION MODULARM REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE TROUBLE: C. Clean and/or burnish reversing relay contacts (use No. 316 burnishing tool and No. 317 contact cleaner). A. Dirty or corroded reversing relay contacts (located just above terminals 5 and 6 panel). A. Clean and/or burnish reversing relay contacts (use No. 316 burnishing tool and No. 317 contact cleaner). B. Open coil of reversing relay (measure coil resistance with an ohmmeter. No resistance reading indicates an open coil). B. Replace relay above terminals 17. A TROUBLE INDICATION MONITORING STATION. IS SHOWN ON THE MODULARM UNIT AT THE CENTRAL REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE A. Telephone by a break (located directly 5 and 6 of panel’). line trouble possibly in the lines. caused A. Trouble must the telephone be repaired. company. ,A Consult B. Be sure power supply is deliverB. Defective power supply or weak bating proper voltage. Measure output teries not supplying enough current voltage across terminals 5 and 6 to register with modularm circuitrv (in corresponding termiand across cases-where telephone I i ne res i stance block. nals on te lephone junction exceeds 1250 ohms, see REMEDY section within specificaBe sure it falls under TROUBLE 15, Secti on B). tions. TROUBLE: 18. HOLD-UP DEVICES DO NOT ACTIVATE SILENT ALARM WHEN CONTROL KEYSWITCH IS IN THE’DAY POSITION (OR LOCAL AND SILENT ALARM WHEN KEYSWITCH IS IN THE NIGHT POSITION). REMEDY PROBABLE CAUSE A. Broken or particular. disconnected wires hold-up devices. to the 166 www.PDF-Zoo.com A. Check wiring. Be sure to use the yellow flying lead and terminal 3 of the relay panel as connection point for the N.O. contacts of the hold-up switch. ‘. TROUBLE: 19. THERE ARE PROBLEMS WITH THE ENTRY/EXIT DELAY FUNCTION WHEN SUCH A MODULE IS USED WITH THE,NO. 1020 PANEL (DOES NOT APPLY TO NO. 1006 CONTROL). PROBABLE CAUSE A. Improper power B. Improper from No. or broken 355. C. Errors source in operating used connections REMEDY in panel. to and A. The No. 355 module should in conjunction with a No. No. 492 Recharge-A-Pack. be used 497 or B. Review wiring installation Diagram C in the Installation Instructions. as per C. Be sure familiarization with the operating in the Installation control. NOTE: WIRE RUNS FOR BELLS OR OTHER SOUNDING DEVICES. For runs of up to 50 feet, use I6 gauge wire. For runs between 50 and 100 feet, use I4 gauge wire, or preferably double I6 gauge’wire (thus having four wires going to the sounding device). For wire runs of over 100 feet, see Part I, Section G of this manual. 167 www.PDF-Zoo.com is obtained procedures found Instructions.