I have stated this many times on this forum, but will say it again.
Power down the system before working on the wiring!
You said the trouble was momentary. Usually that means some spike got into the system. In this case it was zone wiring and some orange wire going to a socket below the panel. Is the orange wire the 120 Volt AC power coming into the panel? If the trouble was momentary and does not come back you are OK. In the future shut down the panel before doing any wiring work.
The power input wiring and low voltage system wiring should always have separation. The drawing below from the installation instructions shows the non-power limited wiring area. Low voltage system wiring should be kept out of that area. 120 VAC wiring should be kept out of the upper area of the panel. System wiring and 120 VAC power or other NPL wiring should not go through the same conduit or knockout hole.
I went through the pictures posted previously. I found some messy wiring that should be corrected. The cable going to the power terminals in the picture below has a lot of shield material showing. The silver side of that foil shield is conductive! If it touches components on the zone board below you may be shopping for a replacement. All your wiring should be done in a workman like manner. Cut off unused shield foil and other fragments and tape the end or put some heat shrink over the end.