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CO Sensor beep every 30 secs


RiccardoCanetta

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Hi all,

I have 2 CO Sensors since a few years. One of them had battery low and was beeping every 30 secs. I replaced the battery, which is now reported ok, but it still beeps every 30 secs, with no led turning on. I tried everything, including factory-reset and re-adding to ZWave...

 

Any idea?

 

Thanks
Riccardo

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You can have a look at the led color, so you know what the message is. 

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12 minutes ago, RiccardoCanetta said:

Hi, thanks, that's the point - led doesn't turn on when the beep is heard, every 30sec!

 

it happened to me with a bad battery, I put a rechargeable one and it did exactly the same thing

 

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  • On 11/26/2023 at 11:03 AM, petro_cz said:

    it happened to me with a bad battery, I put a rechargeable one and it did exactly the same thing

     

     

    Hi, I tried buying a VARTA battery but result is the same... I'll open a case with Fibaro

     

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    Riccardo

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    Remove battery, press button a couple of seconds to drain the capacitor, insert battery.

    (like on the smoke sensor).

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