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Garage door remote fob

Discussion in 'General DIY' started by Bratman91, 14 Jul 2020.

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    I have a Henderson electric roller door on my garage but have lost one of the two remote operating fobs. A new Henderson fob (if I can find one) is likely to cost around £50 but I have seen “clone” fobs at under £6. As I understand them, these simply clone the proper fob that I still have. I can’t see any reason why I should need two fobs with different codes and the “clone” fob appears to be all that I need. However, I would appreciate comments and advice if anyone has experience or knowledge of these things.
     
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    If yours is a fixed code rather than a rolling code than for £6 crack on
     
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    Sircerebus666, your comment has prompted me to do some research and I am almost certain that mine is a rolling code. I guess that rules out a clone device?
     
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