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    2GIG GC3 - How to Bypass Sensors

    Force Bypassing

    If you want to arm the system when a sensor is open or activated, you can bypass the sensor by following the steps below.

    1. Below the Sensors Not Ready list, press Bypass All.
      Image of home screen with a door sensor showing open. "Bypass all" button circled in lower-left quadrant.

    2. Enter your 4-digit user code.
      Image of user code screen used to bypass non-ready sensors. Pin pad on right side indicated.

    3. Arm the system to Arm Stay or Arm Away.
      Image of home screen with the number one place between the two arming buttons. This indicates the number of sensors that are temporarily bypassed.


    When a sensor is bypassed, it will stay on bypass for that arming sequence. After the system is disarmed, the bypassed sensors are automatically taken off bypass.



    Manual Bypassing

    If you want to bypass a sensor that is not currently open or activated, or if the system is already armed, you can do so by following the steps below.

    1. At the Home screen, press System Settings.
      Image of home screen with "System Settings" highlighted in red.

    2. Enter the 4-digit master code.
      Image of code screen used to protect system settings.

    3. Press Bypass Sensors.
      Image of Settings screen with "Bypass Sensors" circled in red.

    4. Tap the toggle switch to the right of each sensor you want to bypass.
      Image of Bypass Sensors screen. Sensor names on the left. Bypass toggle switch on the right.

    5. Press the Back arrow twice to return to the Home screen.
      Image of back arrow icon.

    6. Arm the system to Arm Stay or Arm Away.


    When a sensor is bypassed, it will stay on bypass for that arming sequence. After the system is disarmed, the bypassed sensors are automatically taken off bypass.

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