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The garage door opener is 1970's model 450
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If its a lighter grey colored intellicode remote: There should be a small slot on the side of the remote. Use a coin such as a dime or a penny, stick it in the slot and twist. The remote should split in half and you'll see the coin-shaped battery. After you replace the battery, you can snap the 2 pieces of the remote back together.
If its a dark grey/black intellicode remote: The back cover should partially flip open to reveal the battery. This remote takes a 12volt N-size battery.
If its a keypad remote you are referring to: The bottom half of the keypad's face should slide straight down to reveal the battery (you should see and arrow and some thumb grips). All Genie keypads take 9volt batteries. Source(s): I am a genie technician
Posted on Nov 20, 2009
On some of the remotes you will find a toggle switch to change frequencies, this might help. Note all new openers are operating on a different frequency than slightly older ones due to military interference. Even though both might be intellicode they might not work together on the same remote. Sometimes some openers are harder to program than others. So lets try to program the harder one. You need to find and press the learn button on the motor head. Then press the button on the remote once. The led light by the learn button should not flash. If so try it over. The light should either stay lit or go out after the first press. If it does press it again and then a third time. If it ever flashes during the program process try again. The third or fourth time the motor should operate. If not you either have a bad remote or more than likely a bed logic board. Thanks BB
Posted on Jun 06, 2010
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There is a button on the motor head you can press. Press it then press the button on the remote 3 times and try it. If not try it again. Genies are bad for not coding in the first time. Make sure there are new batteries in it. Thanks BB
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
SOURCE: I have a Genie garage
Unfortunately the device pairs itself with the receiver with its own identifier, both remotes would need to have the same identifier or code that is sent to the receiver for it to accept both, right now the other is giving out a different signal, maybe you can take the remotes apart and see if there are switches inside that define its code, once both devices send the same code they will work at the same time.
but right now as both devices have their own code it will not work.
there might be no way for you to change it, you are pretty much on your own on this one.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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