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Sharkworks Sesame Install

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Tried to install the Sesame today in my 2004 GT3. I programmed my garage door opener and tested the transmitter with the battery first. Once that worked, I proceeded with the rest of the installation. It wasn't 5 minutes but it was pretty straight forward. Once I had everything wired, I tested the Sesame and nothing. The light on the transmitter was coming on but the door opener wasn't doing anything. I tried a bunch of things to no avail, so I removed the Sesame from the car, put the battery back in, and began testing it. Basically, the door opener doesn't see any signal unless I have the Skylink transmitter within about a foot of the GDO. If I even hold it at arms length, the GDO doesn't pick up a signal.

Am I doing something wrong or is the Skylink bad? I tried a brand new 12v battery to make sure it was a power problem. Any suggestions are welcome. I sent an e-mail to Sharkworks support but thought I would also ask here in case anyone else has already run into this problem.


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