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> Copy your old or discontinued remote controls with our CL400 copying remote! <
If you have remote controls that are now discontinued or too expensive to replace, then we have a solution!

Our CL4000 cloning remote is an affordable and modern replacement for your existing remotes.

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If your existing remote is on the 433mhz and is Fixed Code then the CL4000 will most likely copy your remote.

You can tell if your remote is fixed code if it has little dipswitches inside.

The CL4000 is only £23+VAT and is very easy to use and programme.

To see more details and to purchase the CL4000 see here:

Heres a selection of the remotes that can be cloned by the CL4000:

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Simple 4 Step Programming Instructions
1. Clear memory and prepare for programming - Hold down buttons 1 and 2 until the blue LED fashes - this takes around 20 seconds.

2. Place the original and the clone remote close together.

3. Press the button to be programmed on both remotes and hold until LED fashes steadily on the clone remote.

4. Programming is complete - Repeat steps 2-4 to program extra buttons.
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