How Do I Clear a Check 901 Expansion Module Tamper On a Honeywell Lyric Controller?
You can clear a Check 901 Expansion Module Tamper on a Honeywell Lyric Controller by locking the side expansion module cover back into place and then arming and disarming the system. The trouble condition should clear after you disarm if the expansion module cover is properly secured.
The side expansion slot on a Honeywell Lyric Alarm System is used for inserting a cellular communicator. The two (2) most popular cellular communicators used with the Honeywell Lyric Security System are the Honeywell LYRICLTE-A (AT&T LTE) and the Honeywell LYRICLTE-V (Verizon LTE). If the cover for this slot is removed, then it could indicate that someone was trying to disable the system's cellular communicator. For that reason, the system will go into a trouble condition to make sure that you are made aware of the issue. The trouble will clear once you reapply the expansion slot cover and then clear the trouble by arming and disarming the system.
Shown Below: You can see an example of a Lyric expansion slot cover that has been removed:
Complete the following steps clear a Check 901 Expansion Module Tamper on a Honeywell Lyric Controller:
1. Silence the Trouble. Press the Home key to silence the trouble sound. This will let the Lyric panel know that you are aware of the trouble condition.
2. Reapply the expansion cover. Take the cover for the Lyric expansion slot and reapply it. The cover should lock into place. If you are having trouble securing it, then it may be facing the wrong way.
Shown below: On the left is a poorly seated side slot cover: On the right is a properly seated side slot cover:
3. Clear the trouble condition. You can clear the trouble condition once you have locked the expansion cover into place. The Lyric requires you to clear the trouble condition because it wants to make sure you are aware that the expansion cover was removed or tampered with earlier.
The best way to clear the issue is by arming and disarming. From the main screen, click Security. Then choose Arm Away or Arm Stay. Then enter a valid code to arm the system. Once the system begins arming, press Disarm. Enter the same valid code, and the system will disarm. By doing this, you're ensuring that the code you are using is valid. This should clear the trouble.
4. Confirm the trouble clears. Check and make sure that the trouble condition has cleared. If it hasn't, return to Step 1, and make sure the expansion cover is properly applied. Then clear the trouble condition by performing the process described in Step 2. If the trouble condition will not clear, and the side slot cover is properly seated, the internal tamper switch may be defective. Contact your alarm dealer for further troubleshooting.
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