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Switch settings on stanley garage door opener

I have a Stanley model 3200 garage door. The remote is a generic one with 10 pin settings. "Someone" got ahold of it and changed the pin settings. Do you know the correct configuration?

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Check the pin configuration on the back of the Stanley 3200

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