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 Post subject: Au 2 Falcon Remote Help on 3 button remote
Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 4:30 pm 
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Hi all

Ive just purchased a 2nd remote for my Au 2 falcon XR6 and im confusing myself with the re-learning of the remote.

I understand the cycling of the system using the demister button thats ok, but when people have been saying to press the doors button to learn the remote thats where i get lost as the remote has the lock, unlock and the hazard (red) button. Do i have to press each button on the remote to learn it to the system? or do i just have to the press the 'unlock' button only on each remote to the learn the remote to the system?

Sorry if this has been asked numerous times..i did a few searches but none that brought up the multiple buttons question.

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Matty
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 Post subject: Re: Au 2 Falcon Remote Help on 3 button remote
Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 4:45 pm 
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just press either of the buttons... you only have to press 1 button so the module receives the remote signal.. most people will press the door unlock..
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 Post subject: Re: Au 2 Falcon Remote Help on 3 button remote
Posted: Tue Apr 12, 2011 4:57 pm 
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TROYMAN wrote:
just press either of the buttons... you only have to press 1 button so the module receives the remote signal.. most people will press the door unlock..


Ah righto cool.. so only 1 button needs to be pressed thanks for that mate :D
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