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How do you get a remote garage door opener to operate an old door the new one is 315 mhz,1/2 h.p. old one we are trying to set is 41A315-6d.

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SOURCE: Craftsman new 315MHz Garage door remote programming with old openers

The radio frequency has been changed so the two are not compatible.

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Engine won't program a new remote


Please clarify your question ! What do you mean by engine? The remote sends a signal to the logic board that syncs up with it, make shure they are the same frequency so if the logic board is 315 MHz the receiving board should be the same , don,t think because they look alike that they are , please check the data tag on the opener and on the garage door opener to make shure that the frequency is the same !

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I bought a new Chamberlain garage door remote control (Model 953EV/EVC) but my garage door opener is date 1991. Can I get this remote to sync with it? I have one remote dated 1993 that came with the...


The 953EV/EVC remote is designed to work with garage door openers at 315MHz (more or less). Your older unit doesn't work at that frequency. I'm not positive but it could be 300MHz.

You need a retrofit unit to use the new remote. See https://aclickawayremotes.com/Liftmaster/355LM-2-315-Mhz-Garage-Door-Opener-Conversion-Kit/index.html for one that works with Chamberlain units.

I hope this helps.

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This is a dual frequency transmitter. (315/390) You need to select one button to program the TYPE 1 frequency of 390 MHz. Here's how:

Backwards compatable programming instructions for GT3-R dual-band remote: This is a 3 button remote, which can be used to operate up to 3 garage doors using IntelliCode radio controls. This remote is defaulted to operate the new IntelliCode 2 Genie garage door openers, but you can also program individual buttons to operate other IntelliCode 1 (pre 2011) models of Genie garage door openers made from 1998 to present. To change a button to operate a pre 2011 IntelliCode opener, the default IntelliCode 2 setting must be changed to IntelliCode 1. An LED light on the remote displays which mode the remote button is in: Red = IntelliCode 1 / Green = IntelliCode 2 To set one of the 3 buttons to be IntelliCode 1 (red), follow the instructions below:
  1. Select a button on the remote that has not been programmed.
  2. Press and hold that button for 10 seconds. Both Red and Green LEDs come on and stay on.
  3. Press the same button twice to toggle IntelliCode selection from IntelliCode 2 to IntelliCode 1.
  4. Press the same button again to confirm toggle. the LED should be Red. The IntelliCode selection for this button is set to IntelliCode 1.
You are now ready to program the remote to your garage door. Follow accompanying instructions for "Programming to IntelliCode 1 Genie garage door opener," or see below instructions: Programming Instructions: Gently press the Receiver Learn Code button on the power head receiver of your Genie garage door opener (motor head on ceiling in garage). This small, black, unmarked button is located behind the light lens at the motor head and is nearest the floppy 6 inch antenna wire that protrudes from the motor head. When pressed, a radio signal indicator light will start blinking red for 30 seconds. After pressing the Learn Code Button, press your transmitter button twice for your system to grab the frequency and code it in. (Keep the transmitter you're tuning at least 2 feet away from the power head while tuning.) Press the transmitter button once more to test the system and start your door moving.

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I have a clicker model KLIK2U and forgot the code. How do I reprogram without the old code?


It's really easy to reprogram your unit:
Step 1. Hold down the (*) and the (#) keys until the keypad stops flashing.

Step 2. Determine your opener ID using the list below:

*1= linear garage door openers manufactured from 1997 to
present.

*2= Chamberlin, Sears, Craftsman, LiftMaster, Master
Mechanic and Do it garage door openers manufactured from
1997 to 2004 ( Orange learn Button)

*3= Same as *2 above, but manufactured from 2005 to present
with a (Purple learn Button)

*4= Same as *2 above, but manufactured from 1993 to 1996
with a (Green learn Button)

*5= Genie Intellicode and Overhead Door garage door openers
manufactured from 2005 to present (315 MHz).

*6= Same as *5 above but manufactured from 1995 to present
(390 MHz).

*7= Stanley garage door openers manufactured in 1998 to
present.

*9= Wayne Dalton garage door openers manufactured
in 1999 to present.

Openers with learn Buttons

Programming: Enter the PIN that you want to use, remember
(4) digits only. then press #

Enter ID # from list above, for example 2 then #

Press and release the Learn button on your
garage door opener.

Enter your (4) digit PIN and press (0),
for Genie and Overhead door units press
(0) twice. To test and use wait for light to go out
on keypad, Enter you PIN and press (0).
Note: If opener doesn't function repeat programming.

From: Cybersensi@aol.com for further
Instructions if required.




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Craftsman new 315MHz Garage door remote programming with old openers


The radio frequency has been changed so the two are not compatible.

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New code entry does NOT override old code on Craftsman 315 keypad


yes. Press the learn button for 8 seconds to clear the remote memory. Reprogram all remotes and keypad

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I can't get my old remote to work with my new garage door opener


buy new remotes. New opener is 315 mhz, old are 390 and not compatible,

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