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We are going to our cabin this weekend to do some atving, I activated our 207 this morning. We are leaving tomorrow morning, but it will be late in the afternoon before I get it up an running. My concern is we have no cell phone service in the area so will not be able to re-activate it at the cabin. Does anyone have any experience will it stay activated for 48 hours?
 

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So long as the receiver is fully working now, it will work in 48 hours, unless sometime between now and then a key change happens.
 

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I will cross my fingers then I probably will try it again tomorrow morning before I leave just in case. Thanks for the reply.:)
 

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Generally we have had good luck for a few weeks, but you never know when they might "hit" them and miss the one. Keep it plugged into power as long as possible and that seems to keep it active.
 

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Thanks fellows it worked fine thank goodnes as it rained all day Saturday. We played cards and watched hockey for most of the day. We did get in a great ride Friday afternoon & night as had heard the weather for Saturday. Had a heck of a time getting out on Sunday as changed from rain to snowing big time
 
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