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I want to move the wall switch on my garage door opener. How does the cover come off?

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If it the deluxe wall button, it has a big white button and a small lock and light buttons. Take a screwdriver and pry out on the top of the big white button. You will see a screw that is holding it. Take this one out. There is another srew that the button is attached to. Just slide up on the button and it should come off the wall.

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