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U will have to re program the keypad follow the directions on the lid of the keypad now on some models u have to hold down * # at the same time until it stops blinking then enter your 4 digit code press enter hold for 2 sec if opener does not release and press again as soon as u hear the opener click or light blink press 0 to store code then wait 60sec and try
A Stanley garage door keypad is wall-mounted, battery-operated device
that allows you to open your home's garage door electronically without
having to manually lift the door or use a pull chain. The keypad uses a
four-digit access code that you program after the keypad is initially
installed. You can change the code, disable the keypad manually by
entering a invalid code and reset the keypad if the device is not
working properly. After you reset your Stanley garage door keypad, the
device is ready to accept a new access code.
The wall control is hard wired to the opener and doesn't use the receiver. The keypad does use the receiver. If you have hand remotes that work then it is your keypad that has quit working. Without remotes you cannot know if it is the keypad or the receiver.
You can try programming but if it still doesn't work then your keypad is just bad. Locate the smart/learn button on the rear of the motor unit near where all those white wires go. Press and immediately release it and then walk over to your keypad and key in your 4 digit code and press enter.
Anytime a door opens and/or closes randomly or doesn’t work consistently I look for a smashed wire between the motor unit and the wall button.
If the wire is smashed the insulation becomes so thin that power will leak thru the insulation and activate the door or interfere with the remote signal.
Loosen the staples with a small screwdriver and slide the wire about ½ inch to move any areas of thin insulation away from the staples.
The second thing would be a bad wall button or a remote with a sticking button.
Or a remote in someone’s purse that gets the button pushed by other stuff in the purse.
The test is to disconnect the push button wires at the power unit. If the self operation / interference stops you have located the problem. If you reconnect the wires and disconnect the wire at the wall button this will tell you if the problem is the wire or the button.
In your case the expansion of the wall in the afternoon may be enough to cause pressure on the wire to increase the problem – works in the morning but not the afternoon.
Also after you change the batteries you need to reprogram the remotes.