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Start off using the "1-LOW" button to emit a shock to the dog's collar before attempting to use a higher signal, such as "4-MAX."
The method of programming a Innotek dog training collar may vary, depending on model.
Change the ID code in case of interference by other training units by pressing and holding "Program" on the transceiver, "Low 1," then releasing the "Program" button.
Make sure that the collar fits snugly around the dog's neck in order to send a consistent signal.
Your Innotek remote must be programmed correctly so that it will be able to transmit signal to the dog collars safely and effectively. Innotek collars are designed to teach dogs to respond to commands given by the trainer by emitting a small shock by way of a handheld transmitter. Some models support training multiple dogs with a single transmitter, sending a shock to more than one collar individually. Program your Innotek remote in less than five minutes.
Remove the metal battery cap from the transmitter, then place the 12V battery into the battery compartment with the positive(+) end facing out. Place the metal cap back onto the battery compartment after the battery has been properly inserted.
Remove the metal battery cap from the "Dog 1" receiver, then place the 6V battery into the battery compartment with the positive(+) end facing out. Replace the metal cap after inserting the battery. An amber light will begin to flash on the receiver.
Push the "1 Low" button on the "Dog 1" section of the transmitter within 30 seconds of loading the battery into the receiver. The remote is now programed to control the Dog 1 collar. Repeat the entire process to program the Dog 2 collar as well.
Power on the Innotek collar by matching the red paper dot on each of the two receivers with the one located on transmitter. A solid green light will become illuminated when the collar has been activated, whereas a red light will become illuminated when powered off.