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Remote/homelink and touchpad problem

Hi. I have the Chamberlin openers (2 of them). I also have remotes, and a keypad mounted outside. Finally, I have homelink in every one of (3 of them) my cars.Here's the problem I have. I can either get the keypad to work, or my remote transmitters to work, but not both of them. It seems that when I program the touch pad, my remote stops working, but the touchpad works fine. If I program the remote (and subsequently the homelink in the cars), then the remotes and homelink transmitters work, but not the touch pad. Please help!!!

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  • AmyJoMac Mar 25, 2009

    I have a Lift Master garage door openner and a Clicker brand wireless keypad mounted outside the garage door. I can either have the keypad work, or the HomeLink function in my car work but not both. What gives?

  • clarkco2002 May 11, 2010

    what model opener is this on?

    let me know

    clarkco


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Your keypad is not the same "generation" as your remotes. You operator will work with your security plus remotes or your old keypad but not both. Yor cheapest solution is to replace your keypad.

Posted on Feb 07, 2009

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    David Warner Nov 21, 2012

    Thanks for your information Joseph.

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