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matrix733
post Feb 14 2008, 10:56 PM
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Hello All, I have a Mannix SM700 alarm system installed in my car. I lost the lcd remote and had to put it manual override mode so I could start the car and get it home.

I have the one way remote but it has lost code with the main unit. The unit only respond to lock/unlock signal in the manual override mode so I can't get the sequence to add a new remote to work for some reason.

Does anyone know of any other way to reset this unit?

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post Feb 29 2008, 01:17 AM
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Hello All, I have a Mannix SM700 alarm system installed in my car. I lost the lcd remote and had to put it manual override mode so I could start the car and get it home.

I have the one way remote but it has lost code with the main unit. The unit only respond to lock/unlock signal in the manual override mode so I can't get the sequence to add a new remote to work for some reason.

Does anyone know of any other way to reset this unit?

Thanks

6-5 code learning of one way remote
you shall take the code learning when you use new one way remote
1 leave a door open until completeing the code learning
2turn the key to the on position with pressing down the front brake pedal until completing code learning
3pressing buttons 1+2+3 together simultaniously
4 if succeded the long chirp sound will be emitted .and if failed no sound will be heard
5relaes the foot brake close the door and turn the key off.
This is taken from the user manual hope it helps
Thanks Ian
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