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We are trying to install a garage door opener and our home is pre-wired with cat5e cable and not sure what colors to hook up

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I like to use the blue wire and the blue/white wire for one side - blue/white connected to wire with black trace>

Do the same with red and red/white on the other side.

Use green for the wall control.

Hope this helps

Posted on Oct 05, 2010

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