Hi everybody, I have been a reader of this news group for a few years now and find it very funny, interesting & helpful. So now I'm in trouble maybe some one out there could help me. My question is - How do you change the Master User Code on a Detection Systems (Now Bosch)Abacus 6/14Com Intruder Alarm Panel? - User Manual is lost and Engineer Manual ignores this bit. I have to do this over the telephone as the person lives 80 mile away - needs to be simple - so as not to loose the code completely and end up having to drive there. I thank you in advance regards, Father Jack
With system in day mode enter exiting master code and press "no" within 20 sec. Keep pressing "no" until display reads "Co" Press "Yes" Press "1" Press "Yes" Enter new code and press "Yes" Enter new code and press "Yes" again
should get a short confirmation tone and screen should be "U-"
Hey, as long as we're talking "riding", here's what I did on my motorcycle holiday....three weeks on the road....11,000 kms (6600 miles)....Ottawa to Marquette, Michigan....south and west around the Great Lakes and up to Regina. Then down to North Dakota and across Hwy 2 to Montana (love those fast, straight highways with no speed limit to speak of....over the "Going to the Sun" Highway across Glacier National Park. Then south through the mountains of Montana into Utah....south along Hwy 89 to Kanab, Utah...three days at a motorcycle rally...lots of nice people...good food and companionship....local runs to the Grand Canyon, Zion National Park with new found friends. Then down Hwy 160 and across the long, hot Arizona desert and back up to Durango, Colorado...then up the million dollar highway to Ooray and up to Denver. Then four days of hard slugging on the Interstate at 85 mph to 105 mph to Detroit, then home again......
Bike never missed a beat but I sure did. Not as healthy as pedal biking, but yah gotta love that 100HP motor doing all the work...:)) Loved that free air conditioning but there were times I wished it had a control dial !!! Very little rain during the trip, but the heat was brutal at times. Also got caught in a vicious hailstorm in Utah...who said it doesn't rain in the desert....Still, would do it all again in a flash. Maybe a bike rally in California next year.....
I guess the only thing it had in common with your travels is we both were on two wheels....:))
So does pushing the mower. Our property's pretty hilly in spots.
Nothing like walking through a spider web to relieve "boredom". Icky!
The "jabs" are far from "useless". I come here for the entertainment (beats Oprah), the "kicks and giggles" as Bob W. put it, and to talk shop. Besides, Robert presents such a frequently large target with his many gaffs, blunders, lies, and "attitude"...
In Vancouver you're liable to have a couple of cream puffs chase you down, never mind "the chicks"...
Heh. That still "boggles". If you could gear up to maintaining a steady cruise of 40 mph then you'd be able to use our freeways. I imagine that technology isn't far off. What would scare me is the "Vancouver drivers". It's also way to wet at times.
Get yourself a bar-mounted GPS. There are several excellent models around. My old one is a Garmin. It works but there are much better units now. Tell it where you want to go and what kind of roads you want to use / avoid. The best ones beep and flash a turn arrow for a few seconds before each turn. Some even talk... "Turn left onto Rodriguez Ave. 250 feet ahead."
If you can push a mower 25 miles I'd agree with you
They can indeed be entertaining however yours aren't in my opinion, even when he's not saying anything you tend to pop in a jab when he's not even part of the discussion
Haven't seen that, Mace or a small firearm should protect against that
I wouldn't consider doing the freeways even if I could do 40 unless they had decent shoulders. The only way to go faster than about 25 for long periods is with a faired bike. the maximum speed record attained by one of those is
81 mph, with a car blocking if I remember correctly it's 150 set 30 years ago, apparently nobodies been stupid enough to try it again.
Yeh ....... sure. You go ride on your fag bike ....... I'll take a trip to Hawaii or charter a sail boat in the British Virgin Islands. Or, maybe I'll take my boat up to Newport and spend the week. Or no, maybe, maybe ...I'll do that next month. Or, ya know what? Maybe I'll just head right on out to Cape Cod or Nantuckett. Haven't been there in a few years. And .... Maybe in between, I'll take a few days and drive up north, see some relatives and THEN when I return, I'll get ready for my San Diego trip.
How's the dull life there Markie? Keep on peddlin. That's got to be as mentally invigorating as ....... uhhhhh watching a baseball game. Nah ......... lets make that ...... watching paint dry. But ..... Well then, now that I think of it ........I guess anything is better than .......... your job.
Oh Markie, you're such a dullard. Riding a fag bike is "getting out" is it? Ah ha ha ha ha ha. I'd tell you to get a life. But it's obvious that if you haven't done it by now ....... well ....... you know the rest.