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    Default Hills Reliance Remote Kit S1890A Programming Help



    With the Hills Reliance Remote Kit (Activor) DAS No. S1890A.

    Does anybody know how to program button 3 to arm partition 2 and button 4 to disarm partition 2.

    cheers
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    Button 3 & 4 control the 2 relays on the receiver. Connect the relays to zones on the panel program the zones as keyswitch zones and put the zone into the area you want to control.

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    Having a problem with my S1890A remote kit. The FOBS buttons 3 and 4 work well still , but buttons 1 and 2 stopped working on all FOBS. These buttons are for arming area 1. I lost my instruction leaflet to help me out here so if anyone has an idea on how to get buttons 1 and 2 going again please help. I am thinking a feature may have been changed and I am not sure which ??.

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    manual here -->

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    Thanks bet2win...I did actually end up finding this about 2 hours ago and thought I would get back here to let you know, As it urns out the receiver is faulty. The coms is down and brings up a communications fault on my reliance128. I still have thw 2 relays working so I can open the gate and garage. Unfortunately the 2 buttons 1 and 2 are useless and I had to remove the comms Green cable to the receiver so I don't have the fault up.\

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