MemberOctober 10, 2017 at 9:44 pm
I think so but they will need to be on the same channel. Look at the remote you have and open up the battery area. You should see two wires other than the battery wires. One green and one yellow. If they are both intact and not cut, then the remote is set for channel 1. If the green one is cut but the yellow one is not cut, then the remote is set for channel 2. If the yellow one is cut and the green one is not cut, then the remote is set for channel 3. If they are both cut then the remote is set for channel 4. Now you need to open up the front compartment on your stairlift and look at the transceiver board which is the green board attached to the bottom of the blue circuit board. Look to the left and you will see a small box with two switches. For channel one, make sure they are both switched to “On”. For channel two, make sure switch 1 is “Off” and switch two is “On”. For channel three, make sure that switch 1 is “On” and switch 2 is “Off”. For channel 4, make sure both switches are in the “Off” position.
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