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My garage door opener stopped working, I hit the reset button and it started working again, the wired remote on the wall works, but my 2 wireless remotes do not work, I have followed directions to reprogram them but nothing helps--- any suggestions

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IS THE LED FLASHING ON THE WALL BUTTON??

IF THE LED IS FLASHING THE LOCK FEATURE HAS BEEN ACTIVATED. PRESS THE LOCK BUTTON ON THE WALL CONTROL AND THE LED SHOULD STOP FLASHING.

NOW YOU CAN REPROGRAM REMOTES AND YOU ARE ALL SET.

Posted on May 29, 2010

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