You can bypass the controller and safety interlocks by bridging the purple wire at pin 1 and the yellow wire at pin 11 of the controller. This will allow the stand to operate at all times when the actuating button is pressed. There is no safety lock out to prevent the stand being used while the bike is moving, or to cut the motor when itís fully deployed though so beware.
If the primary relay should stick closed a thin blue wire from the secondary relay main input feed connects to pin 3 of the sounder unit which sets off an alarm and also triggers a +ve output from pin 6 of the sounder to pin 10 on the digidash which lights the alarm red LED warning.
If the wires should come off the left hand plunger switch with the stand fully up and the bike moving the alarm will also sound. Damp in the switch or simply a poor connection often causes the alarm light on the digidash to glow very slightly and the alarm to sound.
The sounder is on the control unit, located on the rear LH side next to the regulator, which bleeps as the stand reaches full deployment plus the system is designed so that you cannot repeatedly actuate the stand without a minute or so between attempts. If you try again too soon it emits an intermittent bleep.
If you have done the bypass mod, you may also need to snip the visible wire(s) to the sounder to prevent it from bleeping all the time as it still senses the fault.