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Old 09-02-2005, 15:01   #1 (permalink)
Pacman
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Memory seats RRC

Silly question time...

How do you program the memory seats in a Classic RR? There's a "1" and "2"
button on it, and a green button too, but I've no idea on how to program
each memory. The manual doesn't cover it, and I can't find owt on internet.

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Old 09-02-2005, 16:02   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Memory seats RRC

so Pacman was, like...
> Silly question time...
>
> How do you program the memory seats in a Classic RR? There's a "1"
> and "2" button on it, and a green button too, but I've no idea on how
> to program each memory. The manual doesn't cover it, and I can't
> find owt on internet.


Can't speak for the RRC, but on the P38, the routine is - set seat & mirror
positions, press button 1, press and hold large button (perhaps equivalent
of your green button) untilo you hear a beep. Then pressing button 1 will
always restore those positions. Same for button 2. RRC may be similar.

HTH


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Old 09-02-2005, 16:02   #3 (permalink)
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Re: Memory seats RRC

so Richard Brookman was, like...
> so Pacman was, like...
>> Silly question time...
>>
>> How do you program the memory seats in a Classic RR? There's a "1"
>> and "2" button on it, and a green button too, but I've no idea on how
>> to program each memory. The manual doesn't cover it, and I can't
>> find owt on internet.

>
> Can't speak for the RRC, but on the P38, the routine is - set seat &
> mirror positions, press button 1,


***keep it pressed, and at the same time***

> press and hold large button
> (perhaps equivalent of your green button) untilo you hear a beep. Then
> pressing button 1 will always restore those positions. Same for
> button 2. RRC may be similar.
> HTH


Oops - missed a bit out (above).
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Old 09-03-2005, 04:01   #4 (permalink)
Pacman
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Re: Memory seats RRC


"Richard Brookman" <newsboy@nowhere.com> wrote in message
news:3nrvf1F328a3U1@individual.net...
> so Richard Brookman was, like...
>> so Pacman was, like...
>>> Silly question time...
>>>
>>> How do you program the memory seats in a Classic RR? There's a "1"
>>> and "2" button on it, and a green button too, but I've no idea on how
>>> to program each memory. The manual doesn't cover it, and I can't
>>> find owt on internet.

>>
>> Can't speak for the RRC, but on the P38, the routine is - set seat &
>> mirror positions, press button 1,

>
> ***keep it pressed, and at the same time***
>
>> press and hold large button
>> (perhaps equivalent of your green button) untilo you hear a beep. Then
>> pressing button 1 will always restore those positions. Same for
>> button 2. RRC may be similar.
>> HTH

>
> Oops - missed a bit out (above).
> --

Thanks, I'll try that.


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