jbcollier

Smart ED alarm issue

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The alarm wasn't consistently sounding the horn when engaged and it had started going off in the middle of the night.  A wee bit of searching on the internet came up with the diagnosis: front service compartment cover not pushing the sensor pin far enough in.  One solution is to fit a plastic rivet where the pin strikes on the cover.  Still under warranty as it's not even a week in service yet so I didn't want to be drilling holes.  I just fit a rubber vacuum cap with a 3/16 ball inside onto the sensor's pin.  Sleeping much better now, thank goodness.

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