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Why wont my 3 remotes (hand held factory in remote)only work to open the door ? They no longer work to open the door.I did replaced the batteries and reprogramed, craftsman 3/4hp chain driven garage d

Changed the batteries on all 3 remote controls and reprogrammed, still not work both ways ( open and close) Still can close the door but why not open when I need to get back in my home?

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SOUNDS LIKE SOMEONE MAY HAVE PRESSED THE LOCK / VACATIONS SWITCH ON YOUR WALL CONTROL. IF STILL NOT WORKING AND THE LED IN THE WALL SWITCH IS NOT FLASHING TRY AGAIN TO PROGRAM YOUR REMOTES.

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