I have a 1996 London Aire 40' diesel pusher with a Trekmate Motorhome Security System (Model 737 PG). While at a dealer's consignment lot, someone stole my owner manual. The security system buzzer now comes on every 72 hours and keeps depleting the house batteries. Putting the battery system in "Store" doesn't help - the security system still works. If I'm able to go to the storage yard and if I can get in, I can reset it every third day. I remember that somewhere in the manual was instruction for turning the system off. But I got's no manual.
We are the rig's third owner and #2 didn't know the system's code. I recently found that there is, on the system controller, a paper sticker which has a series code and a system code. Is one of them the "secret word" to get the system completely turned off?
If you have an owners manual for this system, I'll reimburse you for the cost of copying it and mailing it to me. If you know where I can find the manual on line, please send me the web address. I live in Central Florida and can drive up to 200 miles to you if you prefer.
If no one has a manual, do you know what are the steps for turning the system to "OFF"?
Someone suggested just unpluging the controller. Do you know if that works? Several years ago, I accidentally unplugged one of the wires and the starter wouldn't. After two days of diagnosis, we finally found the problem was in the security system, not in the engine.
Thanks to all for your consideration. Don Parker