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    Default P-Reg Omega - SAFE after changing battery

    All,

    Not a Vec C issue I know but is a Vaux never the less...

    Neighbour has a P-reg Omea and just put a new battery on it, but rather than CODE on the display where you can enter the code - its saying SAFE..

    I cant for the life of me remember the method for getting it out of SAFE mode into where you can enter the code..

    Anyone remember??

    Cheers in advance

    Anthony

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    Isn't the SAFE message just the same thing? i.e. needs a code entered.

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    hmm - could be I guess...

    Could be that he is entering the code wrong... how is this actually entered - anyone know??

    cheers all

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    On my old vec you held in the volume knob and some other button (top left) , till the safe disappeared or flashed and then use the numbers to input the code.... sorry thats all i can remember

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    Hi to put in code. turn of ignition and radio. turn on ignition hold AS button on radio and turn radio on still holding the button. the display will then show 10 ---- entercode and the press as button . and the it will be music to your ears.

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