How Do I Factory Reset My Honeywell L7000?
You can factory reset your Honeywell L7000 by loading a Default Configuration from within Installer Tools. This will load the original default settings for the panel and essentially restore it to factory default. The entire Honeywell L7000 Panel must then be reprogrammed from scratch.
When loading a Default Configuration, there are four main options to choose from. These options basically load the same settings, with some very minor differences. You can see all the details on page 27 of the Honeywell L5200/L7000 Programming Guide.
There is no way to change the values associated with the Default Configurations, so loading one will always result in the same predetermined settings. Specifically, Default Config 1 is associated with the exact default panel settings. For our example, that is the Default Configuration we will be loading.
After loading a Default Configuration, the whole panel must be reprogrammed. All of the Zones will be reset, which means all sensors will need to be reprogrammed. All system settings will be reset, and they must be readjusted if needed. Additionally, the Installer Code will be reset to its default of 4112. Again, you can see the Programming Guide linked above for more information.
To load Default Config 1 and restore factory default settings, complete the following steps:
1. Enter Programming. Start from the main screen of the L7000. Choose Security > More > Tools > Installer Code (default 4112) > Program. You are now in Programming.
2. Load the Default Config. Press the down arrow on the right side of the screen. Choose Default Config. Then choose Default Config 1. Then press Yes when asked if you are sure. The panel will beep three times to confirm.
3. Exit Programming. Keep pressing the return arrow in the upper-right corner until you return to the main screen. Make sure to choose Yes when asked if you want to allow the installer to re-enter programming.
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