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    Got the need to put in a remote, anyone have any good luck with aftermarket, Princess Auto , Amazon etc.
    Thanks in advance..

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    I made my own remote for my lucky duck from a cheap Amazon transmitter/ receiver. I sealed it up with pvc tubing and hot glue. For the cost of it (maybe$20), I've used it 2 seasons without a problem. The lucky duck uses a usb plug for the remote so it was an easy deal, I'm not sure how the Mojo is set up.

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    I ordered one of these for my Lucky Duck and so far, so good....lots of Youtube out there to help with wiring.....

    https://www.12vmonster.com/products/...lt-power-relay

    TurkeyJohn

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    Quote Originally Posted by Turkeyjohn View Post
    I ordered one of these for my Lucky Duck and so far, so good....lots of Youtube out there to help with wiring.....

    https://www.12vmonster.com/products/...lt-power-relay

    TurkeyJohn
    This is the same type of deal mine is, this one has a box on it mine came as just the circuit board with no protection.

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    I bought an after market one on amazon 8 years ago for my baby mojo and it still works. Nice remote with a slide cover that protects the buttons. Plug and play installation
    "Give a man a fish and he eats for a day, Teach a man to fish and he eats for the rest of his life"

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