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Old 20-12-2012, 11:23   #1 (permalink)
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Default Strikeback alarms transfer of support

A question for Eddie?
Having purchased a second hand van with strikeback T fitted would you be good enough to outline the procedure for transferring support to the new owner? I'm sure it's in the manual but I've mislaid it already.
Also the arming fob, is the battery user replaceable or is it a new jobby?
Also the bike loop LOL where will I find it ? I found the enabling switch in the cab doorway

EDIT Sorry I should have said questions :-P
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don't know if it is any help but i bought a MH with the Vanblitz system ,

i just phoned them and told them i was the new owner , i then emailed a copy of the log book and they registered the MH to me for 20 then told me how to reset the system over the phone ,
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Surely it would have been more apropriate to phone or pm this enquiry, bit late now you've told the world and his thieving brother where the bike loop arming switch is.

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Is that bad it's not like anyone can operate the switch without breaking in first so what's the problem am I missing something?
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Is that bad it's not like anyone can operate the switch without breaking in first so what's the problem am I missing something?

Bad, bad?

You have compromised thousands of people.

Thanks though for telling me where the switch was as I would never have found it
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Hi Andy

Give the office a call on 01823 321992 /353235 and they will outline the procedure and security check

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