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Hello, the beeper is soldered on the control board, there would be no way to stop it without locating on the board and removing it. I wish there was another way, but there is not to get that to stop whining.
There is nothing you can push or do to stop that issue. If you have unplugged i for a minute and plugged it back in and it starts to whine, you would need to replace the board or remove the beeper on the board to stop it. I wish there was another way, but sometimes they fail and I have seen that happen , but those are the only two solutions to fix it. The right one would be to replace the board.
Yes if it is really humid the humidity levels could cause the low voltage circuit to conduct on the alarm and could cause the issue. I was not aware that it was that humid in your house. Unfortunately there just is no magic push button sequence to fix this issue, as a 20 year tech you understand.