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Do You Have an Armed Guard G Force Alarm Installed??

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I'm having an unbelievable problem in which I'm hoping someone can help me with. I have a 2004 Honda Goldwing that I installed an Armed Guard G Force alarm back in 2004. This alarm has been flawless and I'm just now in the need of replacing batteries in both remotes. I removed the batteries out of each remote which holds two of the CR2016 type batteries stacked (for some reason) in each one. I did observe how they were stacked upon removal. Now, no matter what configuration I place the batteries in, I can't get either remote to work. The red light won't even light up on the remote. I even tried replacing the old ones. Both remotes were working, triggering the alarm just prior to me removing the batteries. I'm just replacing them due to the red light looking a little weak in each one. If anyone has any idea of what could be the problem with this simple battery replacement, I would sincerely appreciate your input. Thank you. Ray
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I gave you a possible cause on another forum.

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I gave you a possible cause on another forum.
I cleaned all the contacts and batteries with rubbing alcohol, which cured the problem. Obviously, you can't just go on appearance alone. I won't make that mistake again. Thanks for all your help, I sincerely appreciate it. Ray
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I cleaned all the contacts and batteries with rubbing alcohol, which cured the problem. Obviously, you can't just go on appearance alone. I won't make that mistake again. Thanks for all your help, I sincerely appreciate it. Ray
Good to know, and you're very welcome.

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