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I have a electronic wireless key finder T-Detector-1068, how

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I have a electronic wireless key finder T-Detector-1068, how do I set it up?
Submitted: 4 years ago.
Category: Consumer Electronics
Expert:  Russell H. replied 4 years ago.
I would like to try to help with your question - and I must apologize for nobody having responded sooner.

I need to know a little about the circumstances in which your key finder is being used, or in which you are trying to make use of it.

- What maker or manufacturer is your key finder?

- What equipment or other item(s) are you trying to use it with (or set it up for use with) ?

Customer: replied 4 years ago.


Here is the link to the product. I have the five items as shown in the picture.


I am trying to get them to work!

Expert:  Russell H. replied 4 years ago.
That page is currently inaccessible to me. I will try to read it again later and get back to you.
Expert:  Russell H. replied 4 years ago.
I still cannot acces that link, so I will need to ask for information, even vague info, as to what is involved in the setup/problem. Thanks.
Customer: replied 4 years ago.

Go into, click on images, go down the page until you see wireless key find and when you click on it is on the page.


There is a master key which when you press the button should result in one of the slave "key rings" to beep.



Expert:  Russell H. replied 4 years ago.
Thanks for the links, Malcolm. Trait-Tech's webpage is still inaccessible to me, though I can see the image fine, thanks.

Since I cannot access their own information, and have not dealt with this sort of wireless system, I have no specific advice to offer, I regret to have to say.

In general terms... some points to check on:

1. have batteries been properly inserted in *all* the units of this wireless system? observe the polarity of the batteries carefully (+ side or pole, versus - side or pole).

2. have procedures in the manual (or whatever other documentation came with these devices) been followed properly?

3. If batteries are fresh and procedures have been followed properly, then the next question is, Are there any sources of wireless interference locally? such as a Wireless-N router, a cordless phone, etc.? if so, try turning them off temporarily. And unplugging them. See if the wireless key finder works under those (interference-free) circumstances. Any source of radio noise that includes the frequencies the wireless key finder works on, will possibly prevent the wireless system from working.

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