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I have Craftsman garage door opener model 139.53675SRT2.I have two remotes which all of a sudden will not work. Wall pad works, and keypad works. What gives?

My two adult children were here helping me in the garage, and were operating opener from the wall pad in the garage.

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    Judy Berg Lundquist Nov 06, 2014

    Which button on the wall pad is the lock button - they may pressed that in error?

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1. Check batteries in the remotes.

2. Someone may have reprogrammed the opener without realizing it. Look at the instructions for the unit and follow directions on matching the remotes to the opener. This may involve setting some tiny DIP switches in the opener and the remotes.

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meerkat1 your receiver has quit working which is part of the logic board. The logic board runs around $80.00 for the part alone. Might be time to get a new opener.

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what keypad are you using with new opener? Frequency has changed. can't use old one. you probably never needed to change things; just needed to follow proper coding procedures.

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It is related. One of the buttons on your wall control is the lock button and has a lock icon on it. Press and hold it for 3 seconds. The blinking should stop and your remote should now work.

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SOURCE: Remote control for garage door suddenly stopped working.

Press and hold for 3 seconds the button on the wall control with the lock icon. There you go.

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SOURCE: Craftsman Model 139.53684 Security+ Keyless Entry

To answer your question the opener is in vacation mode. Press and hold for 3 seconds the button on your wall control with the lock icon. The green light will stop flashing and you will be back in business.

Posted on Dec 08, 2009

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