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Need to reprogram remote for navigo 401. It was dropped into water. took apart, blew out with air, cleaned with isopropyl alchol, reassembled, replaced batteries. light up with all functions, but does not operater receiver. have tried programming, but must be doing something wrong, or rf is not transmitting. any help is appreciated. thank you in advance

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I DID SOME MORE RESEARCH ON LINE AND FOUND THAT I NEEDED TO RESET THE RECEIVER CHANNEL FIRST BY PUSHING THE UP/DOWN BUTTONS ON THE FRONT OF THE NAVIGO 401 RECEIVER. tHEN PUSHED THE "SAT" BUTTON ON THE REMOTE UNTIL ALL FOUR BUTTONS FLASHED ON AND OFF.. WITH THE RECEIVER ON, THEN I PUSHED THE CODE FOR THE CHANNEL, (EG: 001, 002, 003) PROBLEM SOLVED. THANKS FOR YOU INTERST IN LOOKING FOR A SOLUTION. I HAD TRIED JUST SETTING THE REMOTE TO NO AVAIL, THEN TRIED SETTING THE CHANNEL ON THE RECEIVER FIRST AND IT WORKED.

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