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Any pointers please.
Dont know if you have the same set up as a MG ZS Mk2, my one was down to a soggy sounder, but can also be down to door/bonnet switches.

Soggy sounder, has a "how to" repair if you go into search, but it may be something else on your TF.

Can you put it on a T4 fault reader, old MG garages used to have them, cost a bit but can point you in the right direction.

Best of luck.

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It's actually cured itself.
I disconnected the battery for a couple of days as the car was not in use.
Reconnected rather gingerly - no problem - been sitting there ever since with no repetition of the alarming for no reason.
I guess it could be damp in somewhere as we did have some torrential rain and now we've had some sunny weather to dry things out.
Thanks anyway for the enquiry.
 

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The alarm on our MGF has done this twice, once durring heavy rain and once durring high winds, locked it with the key and left it like that for a couple of days.
 
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