I've got the remote as well. When it works it's pretty nice but it seems a bit "glitchy".
Luv, my receiver is behind the wall in the basement just ahead of the stairs. There is a small "hatch" that gives access to it when removed.
There are relays that control the slides, stabs and landing gear. Our remote has a button for an additional slide that we do not have and it seems to confuse the receiver it I try to use that function. It also seems to not like having its buttons pushed in a rapid sequence. The manual switches are also connected to the receiver.
On our first outing I couldn't retract the big slide (ODS) and wound up wrenching it in by hand (45min). Back at the storage site I tinkered with it and, Presto!, it began working. It's been out and in maybe 5 times since with no problems.
In my tinkering I discovered that should one slide refuse to move (like due to a bad relay) I can connect it's wire to another slider's control. I didn't try it but I could probably touch the power wire directly to the battery feed on the receiver and get a slide in that way (kind of like hotwiring a car).
I've also noticed that it will keep the motor running for a second after I've stopped pushing the button.
But it is nice to be able to walk around a slide as it's moving in or out to check for obstructions and the like, so it's nice when it works which it mostly does.
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