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Take them out of the electric socket foe around a minute, then put the plug back in, press which ever number you want it to respond to on the remote, the red flashing light will stay on for a couple of seconds, then turn it off on the remote and then put it back on. Just as you did when new. They're brill and I use the… see more Take them out of the electric socket foe around a minute, then put the plug back in, press which ever number you want it to respond to on the remote, the red flashing light will stay on for a couple of seconds, then turn it off on the remote and then put it back on. Just as you did when new. They're brill and I use them every day. see less Take them out of the electric socket foe around a minute, then put the plug back in, press which ever number you want it to respond to on the remote, the red flashing light will stay on for a couple of seconds, then turn it off on the remote and then put it back on. Just as you did when new. They're brill and I use them every day.
By Fusspot234 on 28 November 2013
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SREMSOC1PK3 contains one socket one remote SREMSOC3PK3 contains three sockets and one remote
By Ianto on 02 October 2014
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Yes you can. I have just done this to prove you can. Just hold button down close to two or three units and they will program in to that one button.
By Stuart Neale on 28 January 2014
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Yes it works if you are in the next room
By Jean Winterburn on 04 December 2016
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the remote contoller states frequency range 433.92mhz
By jb on 04 April 2016
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Not a stupid question!,i use sticky backed velco to attach the remote to the wall,i use mine to control various lights
By Jan on 12 November 2016
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No out of the three I have in use, one of them is behind a cabinet and it works ok .
By dolly160 on 26 August 2014
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Sorry I don't know. I only use this set for two sockets upstairs. I have other 4 socket sets and they work fine. I would guess it would be okay on other sockets if they are the same make. Sorry I can't be more help.
By Watergypsy on 04 December 2015
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Turn the socket off at the wall socket it is plugged into, so that it is not receiving any power and the red light is off. Wait for 15 seconds or so, then switch the wall socket back on. The red light on the remote socket should now blink intermittently, meaning it can be paired to the remote control by pressing your c… see more Turn the socket off at the wall socket it is plugged into, so that it is not receiving any power and the red light is off. Wait for 15 seconds or so, then switch the wall socket back on. The red light on the remote socket should now blink intermittently, meaning it can be paired to the remote control by pressing your chosen number. see less Turn the socket off at the wall socket it is plugged into, so that it is not receiving any power and the red light is off. Wait for 15 seconds or so, then switch the wall socket back on. The red light on the remote socket should now blink intermittently, meaning it can be paired to the remote control by pressing your chosen number.
By DAVID M on 16 October 2014
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No, it will work
By Barkley Trading SELLER on 04 March 2016