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Old 05-02-2015, 07:58 PM   #1
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remote control

Just purchased a 2015 Cardinal 3676. Since Forest River doesn't deem nessasary to provide an Owners manual I have had to rely on this Forum to discover how things work. My most recent question is, how to make the remote control work. I push the "ON" button and a green light comes on. Then I push any one of the 4 buttons that are labeled "slide", "awning", "patio light", and "bedroom Slide" and it's corresponding light comes on. Then I push "the extend" or "retract" arrow and all lights on the remote go out and nothing happens. Am I doing something wrong, or failed to do it in the correct order? Or is it like everything else with this 5th wheel, just poor quality control?

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Old 05-02-2015, 08:02 PM   #2
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If yours is like mine you have to enter a code first. The default code on most is 0000. The remote made need to be charged up too.
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