I have a domino keyless entry pad that was working fine (7 years old), then was getting finicky for a couple of weeks, and now just stopped working tonight. The keypad was lighting up but I went ahead and replaced the batteries anyway. I follow the simple steps to program in a new code but when I switched the button back to operate (from program) it does not trigger the door to open or close. I noticed that sometimes when I push a button it does not light up unless push harder or multiple times.
I should add that the garage door works fine from the button inside the garage or from our vehicles. Do I need to replace the pad? Thanks for any help you can offer.
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Re: Can't get Domino keyless entry pad to work
Call Domino. Sounds like button on pad worn out. Confirm by trying new code with ALL FOUR numbers different. If it works, you can just change you code. If you have patience, find the bad button , ie: If code were 6529, try 6666 and see if it works. If not, 6 is 6. If yes, try 5555. You get the idea.
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Try disconnecting the alarm putting in a valet mode and start the vehicle with the car key. If you don’t know how to put in a valet mode, check your alarm manual. After if the car start them the problem is the car alarm, make sure all the doors, trunk, hood are close if still not working check if the hood, trunk switch are working properly.
Well, I'd go back and tell them about the doorlock problem. I know that 2 years is a little late to start complaining, but it's most likely a really easy fix.
The most probably causes are that the power doorlock output was either not programmed, programmed incorrectly, or it's not connected or improperly connected to the vehicle servos. Have the installer check the programming, especially the doorlock pulse duration. It's also possible that the remote is simply not sending the doorlock signal. Could just be a bad button. Have them switch the doorlock function to the right "AUX" button temporarily and see if that works. But in any case, the system needs to be tested to find out exactly what is causing the doorlock failure.
Yes, you purchased the wrong wireless. You must get a Genie keyless and there are two types of Genie keyless (GWKP & GWK-BL) depending on which Genie operator you have. You might think about a wired keyless entry (Domino GD-1). Then if you change your operator you don't have to change your keyless.