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SOURCE: Skytech 1410 fireplace remote (8 yrs. old) has stopped working. Replaced batteries in the transmitter. The red light lights up when

It may need to be re-synchronized:

Make sure the receiver's slide switch is in the REMOTE position.
Press and release the LEARN button on the receiver.
When you hear the "Beep", press and hold the ON or OFF button for about 2 seconds on the transmitter.
You will then hear a series of beeps that indicate that your new transmitter has been accepted by the receiver.
If you press the LEARN button on the receiver and you hear no beeps, the receiver is unable to retain any more transmitter codes
(make sure the transmitter battery is properly installed and fully charged).
To delete all of the transmitter codes on your receiver, press and hold the LEARN button for 10 seconds. Then you will hear a
series of beeps, indicating that the receiver's memory has been cleared.

It could also be dead after 8 years. A new unit can be purchased here: Skytech Remotes. I would even suggest on of the new styles with a built in timer or thermostat.

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Remote for SkyTech Un3 will not work, need Manual


I have a direct link to the Skytech 1001-A owner's manual on my site here: Skytech 1001-A Fireplace Remote.
Simply scroll down to the bottom of the page to the "Download Owner's Manual" section. I try to keep it updated if the link ever changes.
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Need Manual for SkyTech Remote UN3


You can visit my product page here: Skytech 1001-A Fireplace Remote. Simply scroll down to the bottom where it says "Download the Install Manual", I keep an updated link to the owner's manual.
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Skytech 3301 thermo


Check to make sure your thermostat is set at a temperature that will turn the fireplace "on".
Double-check what your "swing" temp settings are set at, as this may effect how quickly the unit shuts off because it thinks it's too close to the target temperature.


If needed:Skytech's Tech Support number is 1-888-672-8929They are available Monday to Friday, 8am to 5pm EST.


If your remote needs to be replaced, the 3301 is available here:
Skytech 3301 Fireplace Remote
If you are looking to replace it, I would also highly recommend looking at Skytech's new 3301P2 remote. It adds a programmable thermostat, and a much nicer back-lit LCD screen. This unit is available here:
Skytech 3301P2 Fireplace Remote

Dec 15, 2012 | Skytech 3301 Thermostatic Gas Fireplace &...

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Skytech receiver batteries keep going dead


Joe,

The heat from the fireplace can have an adverse effect on the life of the batteries. Sometimes simply re-positioning the receiver to a cooler location under the firebox and/or adding a heat-shield can improve battery performance with the Skytech remote receivers.
As a test, you could even place the receiver outside the fireplace for a period of time to gauge the effect of heat on the unit.


According to the owner's manual for the Skytech 3301 Thermostat Remote:


"For REMOTE RECEIVERS that operate on BATTERY POWER, these heat conditions can cause batteries to discharge when temperatures exceed 115 degrees F. Studies show that alkaline batteries, when exposed to a constant temperature of 120 degrees F, can lose up to 50% of their operating power. When the battery cools down, it will partially recharge itself, but constant heating and cooling will reduce the battery's normal life expectancy."

Hope this helps!

Dec 01, 2012 | Skytech 3301 Thermostatic Gas Fireplace &...

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Skytech 1410 fireplace remote (8 yrs. old) has stopped working. Replaced batteries in the transmitter. The red light lights up when


It may need to be re-synchronized:

Make sure the receiver's slide switch is in the REMOTE position.
Press and release the LEARN button on the receiver.
When you hear the "Beep", press and hold the ON or OFF button for about 2 seconds on the transmitter.
You will then hear a series of beeps that indicate that your new transmitter has been accepted by the receiver.
If you press the LEARN button on the receiver and you hear no beeps, the receiver is unable to retain any more transmitter codes
(make sure the transmitter battery is properly installed and fully charged).
To delete all of the transmitter codes on your receiver, press and hold the LEARN button for 10 seconds. Then you will hear a
series of beeps, indicating that the receiver's memory has been cleared.

It could also be dead after 8 years. A new unit can be purchased here: Skytech Remotes. I would even suggest on of the new styles with a built in timer or thermostat.

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Dimplex optiflame remote not working


The DFI2310 uses a simple plug-in remote.
You can either order one from Dimplex, or use an aftermarket solution such as this one from Skytech: Skytech 1315G Electric Fireplace Remote.
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My skytech remote is blank I have changed the batteries what else can I try?


The Skytech 5301 Fireplace Remote's touch screen should never be blank, especially if it has fresh batteries (assuming they are installed in the correct orientation).
Skytech offers a generous warranty, you should contact their support team at 1-888-672-8929 to request service on your remote.

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Fireplace sparkignitor not activating All of sudden yesterday the remote would not initiate the fireplace spark igniter. First thing I did was replace the D batteries in the FP unit with tested good batteries. That did not resolve the problem when it had in the past couple of months. I replaced the 13v battery in the 1001 remote even though the light on the remote was strong. I went back to the FP D battery case and slipped a battery out to check connection and slipped back in. Just putting the battery back in initiated the igniter. I tested the remote see if would turn off the FP and it would not. So at bed time to turn off the fire I just pulled out one D battery. This morning I decided to trouble shoot the problem. First I slipped one D battery I removed last night back into the holder expecting the igniter to activate like it did yesterday. It did not. I started looking around at the other black box wired to the same place the pair D battery box is attached. I saw a big arrow and slipped the cover off. Low and behold was full four AA batteries I never knew existed. I replaced those four AA batteries correctly inserted and verified good batteries. Watched a Skytech 1001 "learn" button video and followed those instructions since I pulled the four AA batteries out and replaced them. I tried the remote and that did not work. Summary: with new batteries in the remote and both battery cages at the FP (one holding two D and the other holds four AA> I have reached the end of my troubleshooting expertise. Guess it could be the spark igniter but I go back to the strange event of me just popping out one of the NEW D batteries and popping it in and the igniter initiated. And the only way I could turn off FP other then turning off the gas was to pull one D battery. I did this morning spot the on/off switch on a housing that the two battery cages are connected to. Guess if I had known that was there I could have turned that switch off last night instead of popping out one D battery to kill the fire maybe would not have the problem tis morning. Guess it did not like that battery out over night. I did test it couple times yesterday by slipping one D battery out and back in and the fire would die and reignite each time I tested. Was about three times so I expected it to behave same way this morning. it did not. What is my next step? HELP, HELP.

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