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Will the remotes work in the garage? If yes but not outside with the door closed you might have radio interferace with your remotes. You might have to chage to a your reciever and remotes to a different brand (frequency). Sometimes it is less trouble to change out the operator. Chamerlain changed frequency from 390 (old) to 315 (new). 

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I was having a problem with the remotes. Program one remote, and the other stops working and vice-versa. I found the solution to be as follows: Using 61LM single-button remotes for Lift-master WhisperDrive (belt drive) garage door opener, I set the dipswitches (find them by removing battery replacement cover) to identical settings in both remotes. Set the first dipswitch to the neutral (0) setting. Next -- and this is the important part -- press the learn button on the main door opening unit, and, while the small LED light is lit, press the button on ONE of the remotes. DO NOT REPEAT ON THE SECOND REMOTE. Upon doing this, I found that BOTH remotes at last worked. I then went on to program a keyless entry pad, which was accomplished by again pressing the learn button on the main unit, and then entering the number sequence I had chosen for my entry code on the keypad, and pressing Enter. Both remotes continued to function and the keypad functions as well.

Posted on Jan 17, 2009

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ok crystal,calm down this is an easy one! first locate the smart button on your openers , next you will press and hold down the smart button until you see an indicator light above it shut off, while your holding that button the light will be solid ,Now your ready to program your remotes ,first programm one side by taking each of your four remotes and pressing the smart button on machine then pressing the button on the remote you want to program,by doing that you will notice the lightbulbs on your machine shut off and go back on , This is an indicator that your machine has accepted the code , now do it with the other three remotes , after you,ve programmed all four ,go over to the other machine and repeat the process but this time you have to choose another button on your remotes since you,ve programmed all four remotes to the same button on each remote ,just choose the bottom button on your remotes this time to keep them seperated , hope this helps you and it is as easy as 1-2-3 your owners manual will describe exactly the same ,i know because i,ve installed over 27,000 machines working as an installer for sears, please leave a nice feedback rating if i was able to help you, good luck,Sincerely Glenn Mayer

Posted on Apr 01, 2009

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This is the most complicated way I know of coding a remote and I am a tech. who does this all the time.
Turn power off. Wait 3 sec's & turn back on. Quickly press program button on back of box twice. Lights will flash, bottom light will stay on. Press program button twice, & No. 3 light will start flashing. Press and hold your remote button until light stops flashing. Code will be accepted.

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Make sure the green light in the wall control is not blinking. If it is, press and hold the 3 seconds the lock button.

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About a remote for a garage door opener, how to program it.Bought a new remote and programmed it and now the old one don't work. How do you reprogram the old one?


The same way you programed the second one.
DO NOT hold the learn button down, just press it once and release it. Then press the button on the garage door remote and it will program to the garage door opener. Do the same for anything else you want to program to the garage door opener. When you hold the learn button down it erases all of the learned codes and you have to start over.

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On the Liftmaster remote control, there are two smaller push buttons to the left of the large button which opens the door. What are the two buttons used for?


You could program these buttons to operate other garage door openers or to control other devices that work on the same frequency. http://www.liftmaster.com/consumerweb/products/pflHomeConvenience.htm has light controllers that let you turn on or off a light in your home with the garage door opener. You can easily program one of the small buttons to control the lighting system instead of the main button. (Thus the light would be controlled independently of the door opening and closing.)

Single button remotes can be purchased but currently most garage door openers are sold with the 3 button versions. http://www.liftmaster.com/consumerweb/products/pflRemoteControl.htm

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells
(In my household, there are 4 garage door openers installed. When three of the door openers were on the same frequency, we could have had each one respond to a different button on a three-button remote. Now two are on a separate frequency so only two buttons have been programmed on the various remotes. (One group opens the house and workshop; the other opens the house and barn.))

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We have Craftsman 139.53684 gargage door opener with 2 remotes. Both remotes programmed and respond. Issue is after programming the 2 remotes, the homelink in the vehicles no longer respond. Can you not...


You must have an older vehicle or the homelink has reverted to an earlier technology and you will have exactly the situation you describe. You will just have to use the remotes that came with the opener.

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Press and immediately release the smart/learn button and walk over to your keypad and key in your 4 digit code and press enter.

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Programing garage door openers


Press the button on the garage door opener (red, green, or yellow) until the led starts to blink and within 10 seconds or so, ( I think it's actually 30 seconds) press the GDO control button on the remote and the opener should capture the signal and respond to it from then on. Any remotes that were set to control the opener will be wiped and the new one will be in control. There are instructions that came with the opener that show how to do this from the remote or the key-less entry. If you are talking about an in-car device then your vehicle manual may be needed too, but the main thing is to set the GDO to be looking for the code from the car remote and when you press the in-car remote the garage door should respond. If you have programmed a remote or key-less entry then it is about the same procedure.

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Program garage door opener in 2005 rx 330


There are 3 programmable Homelink buttons you can use for different remotes. Just to the right of the buttons there is an indicator light.

Decide which button you want to program. Point the none battery end of your remote 1"-3" away from the Homelink panel and press both the remote and desired Homelink button down and hold them down at the same time. After about 20 seconds, the Homelink indicator light will change from a slow flashing to a rapid flashing. You can then release both buttons,
If the garage door responds to the Homelink, your done! If not, your garage door uses a rolling codes transmitter and must be trained.
Find the training button on your garage door opener's transmitter (usually mounted on the ceiling). Press the training button and within 30 seconds press and release the programmed Homelink button twice. If the garage door opener operates, you're done! If not, press and release the Homelink button a third time and the garage door should respond. If it still does not, you may have a very old garage door opener with a none digital transmitter (like I did). In that case, you either need to buy a new opener or try to replace the transmitter with a modern digital unit (as I did). Advantage: cheaper than a whole new garage door opener.
Disadvantage: The newer openers incorporate safety features that my old opener does not have.

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Remotes won't open garage door, keypad will


If you look were the small wires attach to the opener there should be a red program button and instructions on how to program remotes.

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