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Old 08-14-2014, 09:03 PM   #1
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Glendinning RLC Problem

I have a Glendinning RLC installed and the remote control is not working. The manual switch works fine. I have replaced the control relay and the remote controls. It still isn't working. When I push the remote button it only moves the cable about an 1/8"

Any suggestions out there.

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Old 08-15-2014, 08:02 AM   #2
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I have a Glendinning RLC installed and the remote control is not working. The manual switch works fine. I have replaced the control relay and the remote controls. It still isn't working. When I push the remote button it only moves the cable about an 1/8"
Any suggestions out there.
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What is a Glendinning RLC??
Why not use the manual switch since it "works fine"?
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Old 08-15-2014, 05:31 PM   #3
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What is a Glendinning RLC??
Why not use the manual switch since it "works fine"?
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I have an automatic water hose reel called Glendinning but can't imagine needing a remote. Maybe dead battery if it's wireless?
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Glendinning RLC CM7 Cablemaster

This is a Power, power cord reel

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I have the automatic power cord reel too but don't know the name of mfg. Still don't have a remote. Switch is on the unit (in/out). You must have the upgraded model. Only thing I don't like about it is the 15' cord that's stored in the "tank". Had to buy another 15' cord just to reach some pedestals. Good Luck
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What is a Glendinning RLC??
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I agree.
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Yep. We have the same product. I have a 40' cord. They will hold any amount of cord, it depends on the storage capacity.
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I have a Glendinning RLC installed and the remote control is not working. The manual switch works fine. I have replaced the control relay and the remote controls. It still isn't working. When I push the remote button it only moves the cable about an 1/8"

Any suggestions out there.

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Check the power connection to the remote box. Sounds like the voltage to the motor drops when you activate the remote.
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Change the battery in the remote
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Andy,
You were exactly right. I had only a little over 11 volts to the remote and it takes a minimum of 12 and a max of 24.
You had the answer, Thank You
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Gled I could help.
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Thank you for the update.
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