• How to Clone a B&D MPC2/MPC3/MPC4 Garage Remote to New Remote

    Posted by James Boyle


     A how to guide to clone your MPC3 remote.

    Step 1: Erasing Factory Code 

    1. Press and hold the top two buttons at the same time (unlock and lock) on the remote we have supplied you. The LED light will flash 3 times. Continue holding both buttons.

    2. While still holding LOCK, release the UNLOCK button and then press it 3 times. The LED light will flash constantly to indicate that the factory code has successfully been deleted.

    3. Release all buttons.

    4. Test: press a button on the remote. If the deletion of the factory code has been successful, the LED should not work when you press any button.

    Step 2: Copying the Code from an Existing Operational Remote

    1. Place your new remote we have supplied, and your existing operational remote back to back

    3. Press and hold the button that operates your door you wish to copy on your original remote -- this will send out the signal for your duplicator remote to learn. When you see the LED light on your duplicator remote start flashing constantly -- then coding has been successful.

    4. Release all the buttons, and then test your new remote to make sure that it is working.

    How to Restore an Accidently Erased Remote Control

    Press and hold the bottom two buttons on your new remote for 5 seconds.

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  • RemotePro Celebrates Its 1st Birthday!

    Posted by James Boyle

    A year goes by so quick when you're having this much fun!

    Recently we celebrated our first birthday here at RemotePro. And what better way to celebrate this milestone with a large cake in the shape of a remote? This event just so happened to coincide with the birthdays of our two sales directors, Jason and Chris - so a happy belated birthday to them too! 

    We wouldn't have made it this far without our valued customers - so a huge thanks goes out to anyone who has visited our website or ordered a product - our primary goal is to continue delivering the highest level of customer service in 2014 and beyond.

    If you haven't already, make sure you check out our full collection of products today and if you have any queries or have feedback, don't hesitate to get in touch with our team. Here's to another year of success for RemotePro!

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  • Ford BA BF Falcon/XR6/XR8/FPV Remote Coding Procedure

    Posted by James Boyle


    Need to programme your Ford Falcon remote? No worries, the team at RemotePro have you covered. Just follow the step by step guide in the video above or read through the instructions below. View our full range of car remotes today.


    1. Sit in the car with your keys and remotes ready
    2. Close the driver side door
    3. In less than 10 seconds of closing the door, insert the key into the ignition and turn the key to the first click (accessories position) which will turn on the radio
    4. In less than 3 seconds of turning the key, press the rear demist button 3 times
    5. If done correctly, the door locks will cycle. If the door locks do not cycle, start the process again and try completing the steps faster or slower.
    6. Once in learn mode all existing remotes will be deleted from the car’s memory. Click any button on the remote until you hear the door locks cycle. Once the locks cycle this confirms the remote has been accepted into the car’s memory.
    7. Repeat the last step for each remote (if you can have more than one)
    8. Remove the key and step out of the car and test each button on the remote is performing it’s proper function.

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  • How to Program Your ATA PTX4 Remote

    Posted by James Boyle


    Programming your ATA PTX4 remote is hassle free and straight forward. Watch our handy video above or follow our steps outlined below to program your remote quickly today. 

    Coding to Motor – using original PT-X Remote

    Push and hold the door code button on your motor (do not let go of this button). Push and release any button on your new remote two times. Release the Door Code button and test. Tip: The Door Code button has a blue ring around it.

    Coding to Receiver - using an original PT-X Remote

    Carefully remove the screws from your control box cover. Remove the control box cover and locate your receiver. Tip: Your receiver will have one or two buttons with SW1 and SW2 printed next to them.

    Push and hold the SW-1 button on your motor (do not let go of this button). Push and release any button on your remote two times. Release the SW1 button and test. Tip: the SW1 button is usually red or black.

    If you want to code to receiver using a compatible PT-X Remote, just follow same steps as above.

    Coding via remote – using original and compatible remote

    Stand within 1-2 metres of your garage door or gate motor. Press the button on the original remote to open the gate or garage. Place both the new and old remote on a flat surface. Tip: have a pin or paperclip ready for the next step.

    Within 10 seconds of the previous step, place a small pin inside the coding hole in the centre of the blue remote and hold in for two seconds then remove the pin. Tip: the light will illuminate when the coding hole has been pushed correctly.




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