First time I've asked on this Stack; I hope this is on-topic.
I'm laying out a control panel. One of its functions involves an alarm, but under certain circumstances the alarm might be triggered repeatedly, which is annoying. So there's a button which prevents the alarm happening for a while, which is labelled "[problem] Alarm Silence" - not entirely grammatical, but I'm happy with it in context.
The alarm warns of a potentially expensive mistake, so you don't want to accidentally leave it silenced. So you should manually press this button again when silencing is no longer really necessary, and the control system will also do that for you if it notices you leaving the specific situation that causes multiple alarms. And in any case after a certain length of time.
Underneath the button is an explanatory note which currently says:
Silenced when lit.
Press to re-enable.
Also re-enables automatically.
I think that's clear, but I don't really like the word "re-enable". Can anyone suggest a good alternative, bearing in mind the limited space available on the physical panel? All the replacements I can think of - "activate", for example - imply that they will immediately sound the alarm. That's not what happens; re-enabling just allows the alarm to go off if it wants to, it doesn't actively cause it to sound.