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post #1 of 8 Old 05-03-2008, 08:56 AM Thread Starter
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Help with Gorilla alarm

I need you help guys. Just got this Gorilla cycle alarm 7007 from fleebay. Installed that thing as described (red cable to the plus, blk to the minus of the battery etc.). Now I have to programm the alarm I push the button of the transmitter those 10 seconds but there's no chirp. no matter what I do or which butten I push there's no chirp no flashing light fo the LED!!!!!!

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Might be a stupid question, but did the remote come with a battery ?
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LOL checked this one first but thanks for the hint hehe

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and you're sure it's not a combination of buttons you have to hold ?
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Yes I am at least that's what the operation instructions says: Push "close" button on the first remote transmitter within 10 seconds of connecting power to alarm. You will hear 1 chirp.

Thats what I tried several times...BTW I do only have one remote tranmitter

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did you do it fast enough and within that 10 secs?
unplug the alarm, plug the alarm then press the button asap!

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I think I did but I'm going to try that again later, you might be right

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So I just reinstalled the whole kit and tried it with a new install again. As you said Lucky10R I was to slow bit now the alarm works fine!

Thanks for your imputs guys

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