GE 51208 GE Personal Keychain Security Alarm User Manual

User's manual, Personal security alarm, Warning

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Before attempting to use your Personal Key
Chain Alarm, remove the insulation tape between
the alarm housing and the battery compartment

The GE Personal Key Chain Alarm requires

(4) LR44 batteries (included). Test the batteries
by pressing the pushbutton on the leftside of
the unit. Replace the batteries once the red

light does not illuminate. Average battery life
for typical usage is 6 months.

1. Access the battery compartment by removing

the three screws on the back of the unit and

separating the front and

back halves.

2. Insert (4) LR44 button

batteries noting polarity.

3. Replace halves and secure

with screws.


Remove batteries before storing

the Alarm for extended periods. Batteries corrode

overtime and may cause permanent damage to

the unit Different types of batteries or new and

used batteries should not be mixed. Depleted

batteries should be removed from the unit and

disposed of properly.


(see figure on page 3)

1. To activate siren, hold alarm in one hand and

pull on cord with the other, pulling metal
pin out of alarm body.

2. To stop the siren, insert the metal pin back

into the alarm body.


1. Press and hold pushbutton on leftside of unit

Red light will illuminate.



Push to test

batteries or

activate light


Limitations of Alarm Products

This product should be tested weekly to make

sure it is working properly. The product, if used
properly, may reduce the risk of burglary,
robbery, fire, or other adverse events. However,
GE HEP is not an insurer, this product is neither
insurance nor a guarantee that such an event

will be prevented, and users should protect
themselves with proper insurance. GE HEP

makes no representation that this product
cannot be compromised or circumvented,

that it will provide an adequate warning,

or that it will prevent any personal injuries,
property damage, or other losses. Like any
alarm product, including expensive commercial
systems, it may be bypassed, it is subject to
compromise, and it may fail to warn for a variety
of reasons, including, but not limited to;


improper installation or positioning; improper
maintenance; tampering; dead or improperly
installed batteries; sensing limitations;
component failures; smoke may not reach
detectors; for wireless systems, the functional
range may be adversely affected by certain
environmental conditions, radio frequency
interference and obstructions between the

transmitters and receivers; for systems using
telephone lines, the lines may be out of service

or disrupted; for infrared products, intrusions
may be outside of a product's designed range
and certain environmental conditions may
impact performance and audible alarm signals
may be outside of hearing range, muted by
doors, walls, and floors, unheard by deep
sleepers or the hearing-impaired, or
overwhelmed by other sounds.

Personal Security Alarm

User's Manual

Risk of personal injury

• Prolonged exposure to

alarm siren may cause

permanent hearing loss


Questions? Call 1-800-443-4924

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GE Home Electric Products, Inc.

Nela Park, Cleveland, OH 44112