SEAV TXS Gate Opener Specifications
|Remote Dimensions||5.5 x 3 x 1.4(cm)|
|Made To Suit||SEAV TXS11 TXS2,TXS3, TXS4|
|Model Number||WGC409, RPC409|
|Battery Type||27A 12V Alkaline Battery|
SEAV TXS Gate Opener Compatibility
This SEAV TXS aftermarket remote control will suit the remotes pictured in the main image. Please note, if your remote control had yellow buttons this will not suit.
Whilst this remote may look similar to other black sliding cover remotes in the industry, this is not a ‘universal’ garage door remote.
This remote control is a duplicator remote. You MUST have a working remote control for this to operate your gate opener.
Compatible SEAV Gate Openers
- Please ensure the buttons on your original remote are blue
- Not suitable if your remote has yellow buttons
If you would like confirmation if this would work, please send a photo of your remote control to our team on our contact us page.
SEAV TXS Gate Opener Instructions
Step 1: Factory Code Erasure
1. Begin by pressing and firmly holding the top two buttons simultaneously. These buttons may display an unlock/lock symbol, numbers 1 & 2, or an up and down arrow. Keep holding them until you observe a brief LED flash followed by its extinguishment.
2. While maintaining your hold on the first button (lock, UP, or button 1), release the second button (unlock, down, or number 2). Next, press the second button three times. The LED will flash again, confirming the successful deletion of the factory code.
3. Release all buttons.
4. To verify the removal of the factory code, test the remote by pressing any button. If the deletion was successful, the LED should not respond when you press any button.
Step 2: Code Duplication from an Operational Remote
1. Position your new remote and the original operational remote close together. Experiment with various orientations, such as facing each other or back to back.
2. Press and hold the button on your new remote that you want to use for operating your door. The LED will quickly flash and then turn off, indicating that your duplicator remote is now in “learn-code” mode. Keep holding this button without releasing it.
3. Press and hold the button on your original remote that operates your door. This action will transmit the signal for your new remote to learn. Once you observe the LED light on your new remote flashing continuously, the coding process has been successfully completed.
4. Release all buttons, and then test your new remote to ensure its functionality.
How to Restore an Accidentally Erased Remote Control:
1. Press and hold the bottom two buttons on your new remote for 5 seconds. This action will restore the remote control that was accidentally erased.