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Clicker garage door keypad works inconsistently

I have a clicker, wireless keypad; 1 year old; new battery.

i also have a liftmaster garage opener; 12 years old; just replaced the gears.

the keypad (and all the remotes) have worked great until recently, they are working inconsistently. i reprogrammed all the remotes and still running into the same problem.

is there a relationship between the remotes and the gear problem?

any recommendations a fix?

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No relation. did you plug rpm sensor and logic board connectors on well.

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