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Unread 04-26-2009, 11:46 PM   #11
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Default Re: How do you kill the rev. beeping?

Both of you should think of the obvious, backing over the dog or the girl. Your not the first ones to ask and no one here will advise on the potential for harm. Yes the back up safety alarm is annoying to all of us. People have done this and been fine, others have killed or seriously injured there family pet with in days. Mine is still annoying me.
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Unread 04-26-2009, 11:49 PM   #12
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Any reason why I shouldn't.

Right now my two year old hears the cart beeping and comes running for a ride. I can never sneek out with the cart
Nice. Thats my main reason too. My 3 year old will wake up from a dead sleep if she hears it and gets mad if she can't ride.
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Unread 04-26-2009, 11:55 PM   #13
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Nice. Thats my main reason too. My 3 year old will wake up from a dead sleep if she hears it and gets mad if she can't ride.
IMO... 2 or 3 year olds are the FIRST ones I'd be concerned about!

yes... they'll come running... but at the same time, they'll know (if you tell them)
to stay the h*ll away from the back of the cart when it's buzzing!

that's it!...
my .02
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Unread 04-27-2009, 12:01 AM   #14
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OK lets not get too dramatic on the reverse buzzer disconnect everyone. Does your car have one ? I doubt it? Do you back thay out of your driveway everyday..I bet you do. Which has the bigger blindspot--I will bet the one WITHOUT the reverse buzzer but you still back that out the driveway where your kids live. No one asked where to buy an illegal handgun or how to poison their wife or where to score some good drugs...its just a little reverse buzzer on a little cart with great visibility.......just my 3 cents worth
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Unread 04-27-2009, 12:06 AM   #15
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OK lets not get too dramatic on the reverse buzzer disconnect everyone. Does your car have one ? I doubt it? Do you back thay out of your driveway everyday..I bet you do. Which has the bigger blindspot--I will bet the one WITHOUT the reverse buzzer but you still back that out the driveway where your kids live. No one asked where to buy an illegal handgun or how to poison their wife or where to score some good drugs...its just a little reverse buzzer on a little cart with great visibility.......just my 3 cents worth
O.K....O.K... point taken!

again... "do what you have to do"

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Unread 04-27-2009, 12:50 AM   #16
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I just PM'd this to Ox...

then realized... you ALL should know!

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There is a reason why I'm making such a "stink" about this...

When I was 11, I backed over a friend of mines leg with a riding lawnmower... with the blades ON!
Broke his leg in 5 places, and the blade cut between the sole of his shoe, and his foot!

over 35 years... and I still can't get over it!

I think if the lawnmower had a reverse buzzer... maybe it would have never happened...
Maybe... maybe not!

no blind spots... lots of visability...
I was just not paying attention

I just don't want that to happen to anybody else!

got it???
leave it hooked up!
If the kids come running for a ride... take them!
If you decide to disconnect it...
just be careful!

I'm out!

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Unread 04-27-2009, 12:57 AM   #17
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I just PM'd this to Ox...

then realized... you ALL should know!



leave it hooked up!
If the kids come running for a ride... take them!
If you decide to disconnect it...
just be careful!

I'm out!

I knew there had to be a story to it ..... My brother ran me over with the Craftsman rider too I got a couple of good cuts..... lucky for skinny feet
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Unread 04-27-2009, 01:03 AM   #18
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We all have reason to want it off sometimes... so sometimes I flip the switch to shut it off like early in the moring at a campsite or late at night as well. But for the most part I keep the switch in the on position just as a reminder.

rleetsc

The buzzer will be attached to your dash by 2 screws, (in my picture the buzzer is not attached and next to the 12 volt accessory port. The switch to control it also next to the accessory port.
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Unread 04-27-2009, 01:11 AM   #19
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Default Re: How do you kill the rev. beeping?

what i have done in the past istead of disconnecting the buzzer try throwing some electrical tape aournd it... still beeps but not so darn loud
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Unread 04-27-2009, 05:52 AM   #20
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We all have reason to want it off sometimes... so sometimes I flip the switch to shut it off like early in the moring at a campsite or late at night as well. But for the most part I keep the switch in the on position just as a reminder.

rleetsc

The buzzer will be attached to your dash by 2 screws, (in my picture the buzzer is not attached and next to the 12 volt accessory port. The switch to control it also next to the accessory port.
This is more what I was thinking. I would put in a kill switch for the buzzer.
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