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Try searching around here to find similar or hopefully exact opener. Stanley no longer is in the garage door business, and the company that bought them out went bankrupt.
All you need is to use a multimeter to check the input voltage to the control board , ALso check the motor with a test to confirm the fault on the control board.
Only if you are tech savy can you be able to identify the faulty part as the control board circuit needs to be checked for the drive parameters.
If not get help to replace the control board or send it for repair to the dealer.
Will likely need a little more info. I am presuming this is the wireless version since it's a Digi Code. However, my first thought is that the problem is not necessarily with the keypad. Most likely could be a programming issue. Have you tried to clear the memory on the Logic board on the Garage door opener and then re-program all of the openers, including the keypad?
Some Logic boards have a dedicated slot for one wireless Keypad that is made specifically for that brand of opener.
A helpful hint: When programming the keypad, have another person help you. Have them push the program button according to the programming instructions for your GDO Make.(Garage Door Opener)
Then you key in the required sequence for programming your keypad immediately after the programming button has been pressed. This reduces the amount of time the logic board wireless memory is in the learn state.
Sometimes stray radio transmissions operating at or near your openers frequency can inadvertantly be programmed into your openers logic board. Especially if there are other same manufacturers GDO units wireless remote transmitters in use within close proximity operating on the same frequency.
Another possible cause is in your hard-wired wall control button or wiring to it. There could be a short in the contacts causing the opener to operate, or a short in the wire to the wall control button. I've run into smashed wires that have had the outer insulation pierced and the metal staple shorts across both wires. (this is not good for the logic board, as it can damage sensitive circuitry on it. Causing more Costly repairs)
One way to isolate the issue is note when this occurs. Is it always the same time every day? Or is it completely random?
I hope these possible solutions help
If one of your neighbors remote
controls is inadvertently programmed into your receiver, you door
will open when their remote is activated. If this happens you will
need to clear out your receiver and reprogram your remote controls.
Press and hold the smart/learn button for 6 seconds or until you see
the small LED light near the button turn itself off. If the above
steps have been followed and the symptoms continue, there may be an
electronic short in either the wall control button or the receiver
logic board. In this case, remove the wall control wires from
terminals 1 and 2 on the motor unit. Should the symptoms persist
after the wires are removed, replace the receiver logic board. If the
symptoms stop with the wall control wires removed from the motor
unit, replace the wall control button, and the wires leading to the
wall control button.