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Old 04-10-2007, 03:14 PM   #1
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Default K9 Classic alarm by Omega w/ Echo2 Remote

I just got installed K9 Classic Alarm by Omega w/ Echo-2 remote. I was told that Omega used to send in the Echo-2 box a wallet sized button combination card.

Basically, this remote has 6 buttons and hitting them and hitting various combinations of them do various things to the alarm. I was curious if anybody had this card or cheat sheet to the combinations and wouldn't mind scanning and posting it.

If I didn't find one, I was going to try and make one.

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