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Old 06-06-2005, 11:21 PM   #11
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Oh i've tried it all. I either get auto UP with no down, auto DOWN with no up, no up OR down, or just a buzzing from the thing. I think i'll just call this one a bust.
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Like hell you will.

Does the module plug have the "A B C D" markings on it?
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grey to pink
blue taps into the dark blue.
cut brown and attach each end to a brown on the module.

If it doesn't work, Reverse the browns.


Did you try that yet?
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Answer # 1: Yes it has A, B, C, and D pin markings. Grey to pink: Check. Blue tapped to blue: Check. Brown tried both ways: Check. Still nothing.
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Umm.. stupid question, is the switch working correctly? I'm not sure if you got a new switch or something.. just curious. Maybe the module is defective? Could be more than just poor wire placement.


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Switch works perfect when left alone. It'* not the module, i tried 2 of them.
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wth... it should work.

Got a multimeter? Maybe you've got poor connection to the door and the module needs more power?
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Just an uneducated thought, since I don't know anything about these things: Does the module need to be grounded (attached to the door)?
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Nope. A for effort though. The module is all plastic, no grounding required.
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