Please provide information about the remote control for you ball machine: Machine model Date purchase or manufactured (approximate age is OK) Range (Does it work from behind the opposite baseline?) Size of remote Responsiveness (How often does it fail to turn the machine on/off?) Reliability (Have you ever had the remote repaired?) Any other information you would like to supply regarding the remote Remote controls are a source of concern for owners and users of tennis ball machines. Many have poor range, requiring you to walk to the net to run the machine on or off. Others have a history of repair problems. Some manufacturers require that you send the machine to the factory for repair when the remote fails. When remotes work well, it is difficult to imaging using a machine without one. When they have poor range, work intermittently, or fail prematurely, they are frustrating wastes of money. Remote controls are expensive - often adding 25% to the price of a ball machine. Those interested in purchasing a ball machine with a remote are very interested in what you have to say.