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I have 2 remotes,1 works,1 wont. blue coffin shape,315 MHz stamped on the back.After market clones wont work as remote signal is not 315 and when tested is showing a wide range 3-400 mhz.Nobody seems to know whats going on.Any ideas ?

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The radio frequency has been changed so the two are not compatible.

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The remotes you have are on a different radio frequency. They will not work.

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