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Can anyone help? I have just purchased a used Coachman Pastiche from a dealer, it has the IDM 2000 alarm fitted, However, i do not know the code, the dealer does not know the code, they advised me to call cec plug in systems, but their line seems to be disconnected!!

Does anyone know how i can enter a new code without knowing the original code?

Please can someone help??

Regards

Allan :no:

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Just added reply above but should have put it here!! Thanks Curley, Hopefully will solve the problem!! Vicki

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Press and hold the "F" key until you hear 5 "pips". This restores the alarm to Factory Settings. The code no. is then "1234".

Can anyone help? I have just purchased a used Coachman Pastiche from a dealer, it has the IDM 2000 alarm fitted, However, i do not know the code, the dealer does not know the code, they advised me to call cec plug in systems, but their line seems to be disconnected!!

Does anyone know how i can enter a new code without knowing the original code?

Please can someone help??

Regards

Allan no.gif

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<img src="http://www.touringandtenting.com/forums/public/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/pepper.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":pepper:" border="0" alt="pepper.gif" /> <img src="http://www.touringandtenting.com/forums/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/pepper.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":pepper:" border="0" alt="pepper.gif" /> <!--quoteo(post=421294:date=Apr 21 2009, 05:33 PM:name=sussex engineer)--><div class='quotetop'>QUOTE (sussex engineer @ Apr 21 2009, 05:33 PM) <a href="index.php?act=findpost&pid=421294"><{POST_SNAPBACK}></a></div><div class='quotemain'><!--quotec-->Can anyone help? I have just purchased a used Coachman Pastiche from a dealer, it has the IDM 2000 alarm fitted, However, i do not know the code, the dealer does not know the code, they advised me to call cec plug in systems, but their line seems to be disconnected!!

Does anyone know how i can enter a new code without knowing the original code?

Please can someone help??

Regards

Allan <img src="http://www.touringandtenting.com/forums/style_emoticons/<#EMO_DIR#>/no.gif" style="vertical-align:middle" emoid=":no:" border="0" alt="no.gif" /><!--QuoteEnd--></div><!--QuoteEEnd-->

Thanks, thats really helped me too will try it this weekend.

Vicki

Hi Allan

I have an Abbey Spectrum with same alarm

if you find the main box for the system mine is under seats there is a reset button and the original manufacturer's code is 1234

then you can set your own code if you like.

Hope this solves your dilema

Thanks

Curley

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now anyone reading this wanting to break into a caravan now knows how to overcome the alarm ?!?

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Can anyone help? I have just purchased a used Coachman Pastiche from a dealer, it has the IDM 2000 alarm fitted, However, i do not know the code, the dealer does not know the code, they advised me to call cec plug in systems, but their line seems to be disconnected!!

Does anyone know how i can enter a new code without knowing the original code?

Please can someone help??

Regards

Allan :no:

Hi Allan

Can't help you as my alarm is an IDM 1. But try this link it may be of use to you.

www.a-tconsulting.co.uk/caravan_tech/problem_page.html www.a-tconsulting.co.uk/caravan_tech/problem_page.html

Alan

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:pepper::pepper:

Can anyone help? I have just purchased a used Coachman Pastiche from a dealer, it has the IDM 2000 alarm fitted, However, i do not know the code, the dealer does not know the code, they advised me to call cec plug in systems, but their line seems to be disconnected!!

Does anyone know how i can enter a new code without knowing the original code?

Please can someone help??

Regards

Allan :no:

Hi Allan

I have an Abbey Spectrum with same alarm

if you find the main box for the system mine is under seats there is a reset button and the original manufacturer's code is 1234

then you can set your own code if you like.

Hope this solves your dilema

Thanks

Curley

Happy days are here again

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:pepper::pepper:

Hi Allan

I have an Abbey Spectrum with same alarm

if you find the main box for the system mine is under seats there is a reset button and the original manufacturer's code is 1234

then you can set your own code if you like.

Hope this solves your dilema

Thanks

Curley

Happy days are here again

If that's the case then it's no different from the IDM 1 then

Alan

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