key fob prob

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  1. firebird123

    firebird123 Funster

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    I have just bought a second hand Autotrail Apache 700, made in 2002.
    It has a "Sigma" alarm system, when I first bought the MH 3 weeks ago, the fob, to, automatically open, close doors and arm alarm worked ok.
    Yesterday, I noticed a tiny (2inch x 2inch) key pad stuck to the inside windscreen, in front of the driver, not knowing what it was (the previous owner had not said) I touched it with my finger, and a red light flashed.
    Oh dear since then the automatic key fob will not work !

    Any ideas anyone ?
     
  2. tonyidle

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    The keypad is used to program some of the alarm functions & can be used to turn off the alarm if the fob fails. You need to contact a Sigma supplier for a handbook. You'll also need the PIN to access keypad functions - that should be with your documentation.
     
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    I have the handbook, its like trying to understand Chinese.... no PIN to be seen.... Many thanks any way
     
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    I hope you got this sorted. We have a CAT 1 Sigma alarm system but it needs a rocket scientist to understand it. I have disabled the movement sensor as far to complicated to disable it over night and then reenable it the following day. Superb system if it wouldn't keep locking us out....
     

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