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Marantec D302/D304/D313 Digital/Comfort Garage Remote

Marantec D302/D304/D313 Digital/Comfort Garage Remote

Regular price $17.69 AUD
Regular price Sale price $17.69 AUD
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If your remote looks like the Marantec remote's pictured in the center of our listing then our remote will work for you!

Please note this is a duplicator remote which will require you to have an existing operational remote.

These units are brand new & RRP at $70!


Replaces Remote Models:

Comfort 220
Comfort 250
Comfort 252
Comfort 270
Digital 302
Digital 304
Digital 313
Not compatible with remotes that operate on 868.3MHz


Transmitter Frequency: 433 MHz
Battery: 23A 12V
Coding Type: Fixed

Remote Includes:

Free Battery
Free Coding Instructions
Free Keychain
Long Range
Heavy Duty Design
In-built Battery
Button Protector

Duplicate Coding Instructions

Step 1: Erasing Factory ode 1. Press and hold the top two buttons at the same time and do not let go (these will either be an unlock/lock symbol, numbers 1&2 or an up and down arrow). After a few seconds the LED will flash and then go out. 2. While still holding the first button (lock, UP or button 1) release the second button (unlock, down or number 2) and then press it 3 times. The LED light will flash again to indicate that the factory code has successfully been deleted. 3. Release all buttons. 4. Test: press a button on the remote. If the deletion of the factory code has been successful, the LED should not work when you press any button. Step 2: Copying the Code from an xisting Operational emote 1. Place both your new remote and original remote together. You may need to try different positions, head to head, back to back ect. 2. Press and hold one button on your new remote you wish to operate your door. The LED will flash quickly and then go out to indicate that your duplicator remote is in the “learn-code” mode. Do not release this button. 3. Press and hold the button that operates your door on your original remote – this will send out the signal for your new remote to learn. When you see the LED light on your new remote start flashing constantly – then coding has been successful. 4. Release all the buttons, and then test your new remote to make sure that it is working. How to Restore an Accidently Erased Remote Control Press and hold the bottom two buttons on your new remote for 5 seconds

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