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Old 10-19-2009, 09:31 PM
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Replacement door popper remote

So I bought a door popper kit 2 years ago and finely get it installed. Next day my daughter washed my pants with the remote in the pocket. Bought them off ebay but dont know who. Where can I buy just the replacement remote.

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Old 10-21-2009, 06:19 PM
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No idea on where to get a replacement remote but...

Have you tried opening up the remote and cleaning the innards with alcohol and a toothbrush? I have been able to breathe some life back into soaked electronics with this method.

Dry the heck out of it with a hairdryer afterwards, clean up the rusty battery contacts and you may be in luck. Worth a try.

You can also get a burnishing brush from electronics specialty stores that will really get in there and clean contacts without the use of destructive abrasives.
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Maybe a picture of the remote would help identify the maker of the kit, there are dozens on the market, Autoloc and Spal are two of the most common.
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