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How do I program my MVP remote?

The MVP remotes come factory programmed with a random code, so, unless you wish to use more transmitters than the receiver will hold, there is no reason to program the MVP remote to any specific code. However, you can do so, if you wish.

For 1 channel MVP receivers or MVP operators, select a random 9 digit trinary (+, 0, or -) code. Press and hold the "+" button, then the "-" button until the red LED on the remote starts blinking, then release both buttons. The red LED should blink 2 times, and then stay on bright. Press the button you wish to use to open the door ("+", "0", or "-"). Then press in the 9 coding switch positions selected above. The red LED should blink each time a button is pressed. After the last button is pressed, the red LED should blink 2 times and then go out. You can learn the selected button into any MVP operator or stand alone receiver, using the appropriate procedure. If a remote with this same code has already been learned into the device, it will not be necessary to learn the new remote. You can program additional buttons to operate additional 1 channel MVP receivers or MVP operators using the above procedure.

For 3 channel MVP receivers, select a random 8 digit trinary (+, 0, or -) code. Press and hold the "+" button, then the "-" button until the red LED on the remote starts blinking, then release both buttons. The red LED should blink 2 times, and then stay on bright. Press the "+" button,press the 8 coding switch positions selected above, then press the "+" button again. After the last button is pressed, the red LED should blink 2 times and then go out. At this time, the "+" button should operate channel 1, the "0" button should operate channel 2, and the "-" button should operate channel 3.

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