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Bought a universal remote for craftsman/sears garage door, now our neighbors can open our garage with there universal remotes..help how do we stop this

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I would go ahead and change the password on the remote and then I would REPROGRAM the remote with the garage door mechanism. It is supposed to have a rolling code. Perhaps your neighbor,s password is coincidentally the same as yours. Stranger things have happened. Below is a link to your instruction manual on-line.
Hope this helps,
Best Regards,
Mark

http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/aaaremotes/976LM-manual.pdf

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