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Q: How do I deprogram the memory feature?

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How do I deprogram the memory feature?

A: The memory feature can be deprogrammed from...

The memory feature can be deprogrammed from your transmitter with just a few steps: 1. Press the button you wish to program, and hold it for about five seconds. You will hear one tone after 1.5 seconds, and another after five seconds, at which point you can release. 2. Within three seconds of step 1, press the Unlock button.

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