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magicking
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Looing for Electronic Technician

Postby magicking » April 14th, 2008, 11:26 pm

Im looking for someone that can change a remote for me...I have a Viper 1 snake basket and it has the large remote control transmitter...I purchased a latch remote receiever with keychain remote transmitter and I would like to have it wired in and the old remote disconnected..or do I just need to find a different ( smaller ) remote transmitter to operate it..not sure what type it is(rf or other type..it escapes me right now ) not sure if there is another remote transmitter that will work with it. Any help would be much appreciated.


You can email me at: shomemagic@gmail.com
Michael King
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Kurt Lee Flickner
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Re: Looing for Electronic Technician

Postby Kurt Lee Flickner » April 15th, 2008, 2:52 am

the obvious option, is contact http://wirelesswizardry.com/
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magicking
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Re: Looing for Electronic Technician

Postby magicking » April 15th, 2008, 8:52 am

I just sent Kerry an email (thanks Kurt for the suggestion)...anyone else with this ability be sure and contact me..
Michael King
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Amos McCormick
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Re: Looing for Electronic Technician

Postby Amos McCormick » April 16th, 2008, 10:26 am

When I wanted to replace the remote, I contacted Terry Lunceford. He offered to do the work for me, but he also gave me the information so I could do it myself. It took a little cutting and scraping, but the finished product worked great.

Joe Finkler
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Re: Looing for Electronic Technician

Postby Joe Finkler » April 18th, 2008, 6:12 pm

Michael,

I met an electrical engineer from Arizona, who built a remote control ignition device for me for around $120. His name is Craig Filicetti and his e-mail address is cragfilicetti@yahoo.com. The Wireless Wizardry folks can definitely do the job, but when I asked for an estimate for a proposed project it was quite expensive.

Joe Finkler
Vancouver, CANADA

magicking
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Re: Looing for Electronic Technician

Postby magicking » April 25th, 2008, 5:48 pm

I have found someone to do the job..My Viper is in route to him now..Thanks to all that posted.
Michael King
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