Hi,more info than you were asking for but its all important. You will probably find a sticker somewhere that says something to the effect of "never operate without shore power" Basically that function consumes an immense amount of power to operate, doing that on a not fully charged battery is double trouble and can harm your pump due to insufficient juice. Best practice is to be hooked up to shore power and if that is not available have your truck hooked up with the engine running which will be supplying your rig power from its alternator. That being said those remotes do not really have a good range in many cases, sometimes just being on the opposite side of the trailer will break the signal. Stopping and starting like that is typical when the signal breaks slightly. Best practice is to stand at the front of the rig for best reception. One other point for those with 5th wheels, when I first started playing with my remote I started to use it to adjust the trailer height while sitting in the truck while hitching. No worries if you are extending the front legs but do not use the remote to retract unless your 5th wheel is sufficiently under Trailer Pin. Sometimes when releasing the retract button it will keep going. Imagine the damage that could do if partially on and it slips off.
2015 Cedar Creek 34RLSA Touring
2004 Silverado Duramax Crew Cab Dually