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X10's keychain remotes have long been a favorite for control and convenience. The SlimFire Keychain Remote turns on and off two lamps or appliances and brightens and dims lights connected to any X10 Lamp Module or Wall Switch Module.

  • Extremely easy to set up and use
  • Controls 2 lights or appliances
  • Small and sleek enough to fit in any pocket

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Questions

How do I program my Slimfire remote?

Why won't my remote control my modules or wall switches?

When I transmit a dim command, my transceiver (TM751) dims the light all the way down and then the transceiver locks up until I unplug it. Why does this happen?

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