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How To Match Dip Switches!

Posted by quafina44 (My Page) on
Sun, Apr 5, 09 at 18:59

Hi, I just bought an universal garage remote (KLIK1U).

My old garage receiver has 9 dip switches with the setting: -,0,+.

The remote has 12 dip switches with the setting: -,+.

It says to match the garage receiver with the remote dip switches.

How do I do it? The receiver has three positions (-,0,+) with 9 dip switches. The remote has 12 dip switches with two positions (-,+).

Thank you :)


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RE: How To Match Dip Switches!

You can find the programming instructions here.

http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/aaaremotes/KLIK1U-114A3485.pdf


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RE: How To Match Dip Switches!

Thanks,

However, I already have a manual.

The garage opener is Allister All Access 3000. Only way to get the remote to work with it is through dip switches.

Furthermore, I tried setting all my dip switches to one side on both the receiver and the remote. No go. Really frustrated and it feels like I must be doing something wrong.


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RE: How To Match Dip Switches!

Looking at the instructions for the universal remote I don't see where Allister is listed.


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RE: How To Match Dip Switches!

Return any remote entry system that is still using DIP switches and a fixed code.

Rolling code units are far more secure (as in essentially unbreakable codes).


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