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Q: How do I use the HomeLink Transceiver?

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How do I use the HomeLink Transceiver?

Once the HomeLink system has been programmed, you can use it by simply pressing the HomeLink Transceiver button that you wish to use. An indicator light will illuminate to confirm that the signal is being transmitted.

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