"Cicada".....The instructions on how to set the limits is on their webpage. I've had to do it a couple of times. When I do, I take my laptop out to the coach, bring up the website instructions and follow them. The first time you read them, they sound complicated, but they aren't.
The small push buttons in the upper right corner trigger the reset. You do the reset once with the "key on" and once with the "key off" on both shades. With the "key off", you set the shade to go all the way down. With the "key on", you're setting the shade to come down to just where it doesn't block your view while driving. You can make things easier by determining where you want the shade to stop with the "key on", by putting some blue tape on the "A" pillar.
If you don't do both resets of each shade, "key on", "key off", the procedure won't work properly. Since it can be a little confusing, sometimes you have to do it more than once before you realize where you need to stop.
I like to set my "key on" levels just a little lower than eye line. This gives me some adjustment on really sunny days.
Don & Mary
2014 Newmar Dutch Star - All Electric - 450 ISL
2016 GMC Canyon 4WD Crew Cab