Sears Craftsman 13953754 Wireless Garage Door Keypad - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


The so called experts are really not experts at all and have all diagnosed this problem incorrectly! The problem with your motor is that the Limit switch has either one of the contacts that shut the motor off ..came off the plastic housing ! These adjustable nylon screws clip to the housing that they are secured to sometimes the nylon adjusting screw pops off or it,s copper stop contact has popped off ! This contact or screw whichever has popped off can be snapped back on and in order to do this you would have to take the cover off , Note if your machine is older then 4-5 years it will have these adjustment screws that are called up limit and down limit adjustments on the side of the steel outer casing , anything newer then that has automatic sensing adjustments and will not have these turn screws for manual adjustment !Once the case is removed inspect the limit switch for eithe the contact coming off or the screw itself , simply snap it back in place and with the cover off do your adjustment for the limit of how high or low you want your door to be set at , This adjustment can also be found in the owners manual as well as on line ! Hope this helps you and yes this is the correct diagnosis for your problem , a stripped gear would have absolutely nothing to do with a motor that constantly runs since the sensor that makes contact with the machine when it hits it,s limit automatically stops the motor and since yours keeps running your problem is 100% positive with the limit switch!

Sears Craftsman... | Answered on Nov 09, 2017 | 189 views


When buttons stick on a keypad that's because their getting worn out , you need to use a different set of numbers that are not the same as the worn out ones! If I used the numbers 1-2-3-4 everyday for years at some point 1 or a few of the numbers will start to act up so what I suggest to all the customers is just change the numbers unless you like spending $49.99 on a new keypad ! This way you will save money and get to use the numbers you never used before! Now that's Smart! program any other numbers like 5-6-7-8 or 7587 or any combination you like except the numbers that were giving you problems ! Hope this helps you Sincerely Glenn

Sears Craftsman... | Answered on Feb 18, 2015 | 82 views


IF THE MOTOR IS JAMMED (JUST HUMS) LOOSEN THE CHAIN AND ADJUST THE LIMITS AND TIGHTEN CHAIN.

IF THE MOTOR ACTUALLY RUNS AND THE CHAIN DOES NOT MOVE THE DRIVE GEARS NEED TO BE REPLACED. THEY SELL A KIT THAT INCLUDES THE BUSHINGS AND SHAFT. DO NOT BUY THE SMALLER KIT AND DO NOT REPLACE ONLY ONE GEAR (THE OLDER WORN GEAR WILL CHEW UP THE NEW GEAR) THIS MAY BE WHAT YOU HAD DONE - IF SO CALL THE SERVICE GUY THAT DID THE POOR REPAIR AND HE SHOULD REPLACE BOTH GEARS UNDER HIS SERVICE WARRANTY. ANYONE WORKING ON THESE SHOULD KNOW BETTER.

GOOD LUCK.

STEVE

Sears Craftsman... | Answered on Feb 18, 2015 | 111 views


exactly the opposite of a safety problem. replace battery and reprogramto the motor

Sears Craftsman... | Answered on Nov 30, 2014 | 51 views


wiring diagram with the wires for the power cord outlined as to where they go.

Sears Building... | Answered on Feb 04, 2014 | 94 views


try unplugging it and plug it back in

Btw, I’m available to help over the phone in case u need at https://www.6ya.com/expert/brandon_a1f2045feb96cdb4

Sears Building... | Answered on Oct 28, 2013 | 35 views


eBay has plenty of garage remotes just search for your brand.

Building... | Answered on Jan 15, 2021 | 17 views


Most roller doors have a switch inside the control box for adding new remotes.

Building... | Answered on Jan 15, 2021 | 11 views


Flashing lamp typically indicates safety sensors are misaligned. The up/down arrows on the unit will flash codes that are more descriptive. Download your owners manual from;

https://support.partner.liftmaster.com

Building... | Answered on Dec 19, 2020 | 17 views


Sorry, I can't do that.
All you need to do is ensure your door can get a good signal from your router. Ensure theyare paired and the door software will do the rest.

Building... | Answered on Dec 01, 2020 | 18 views


Garage door remotes are at the mercy of any interference that other devices emit. If you have a florescent or LED light bulb anywhere around the garage or in the opener, change it out for a regular bulb.

Building... | Answered on Nov 14, 2020 | 18 views


Observe the green receiver sensor while the door travels. If it blinks, then likely the optical sensor is causing the door to return to open and flash for 5 seconds.This could be caused by poor sensor alignment or a loose track or loose sensor mount or poor wire splice if not a single length.

You can check receiver sensor alignment by slowly moving your hand, open palm, towards the center of the receiver blocking the transmitter emitter mounted to the opposite track.

Check in two axis, front-back and top-bottom. If aligned properly, the green lamp will turn off as your hand reaches near equadistance to center of the receiver regardless of direction.

Building... | Answered on Sep 30, 2020 | 26 views


https://www.homedepot.com/c/ah/how-to-repair-concrete/9ba683603be9fa5395fab90ac0cc189

Let the professionals at home depot show you what to do.

Building... | Answered on Aug 12, 2020 | 21 views


Unlikely salt damage - most likely the concrete was an inferior mix or was badly laid or both and there has been some water ingress with resulting frost damage.

It can be successfully patched but the trouble with patching concrete is the repair has to have a feather edge and concrete doesn't feather edge well and a cement feather edge doesn't age well at all.

To overcome this fairly common problem there are a variety of dry and ready mixed compounds designed for concrete repair that are variously reinforced with resins and/or fibres. They are convenient but quite pricey.

I prefer to use the old fashioned method and overcome the problem of the feather edge by chiseling out more of the original concrete to make a stepped edge at least an inch deep and to make the cavity a fairly even depth of at least an inch deep leaving only good secure concrete behind.

Once the cavity is prepared and free of dust, using a good quality pva adhesive, brush it well into the repair area including the stepped edge and mop out any surplus. Mix enough concrete for the patch using a suitably sized aggregate of 1/2 - 3/4 inch and add a little pva to the mix according to the instructions and fill the cavity, tamp well down, screed off level with the surrounding area and trowel the surface to a similar finish to the original.
Further brushing or trowelling might be needed later.

Building... | Answered on Jul 30, 2020 | 26 views


There are cement based compounds on the market that will allow you to just go over top of your tile floor. Make sure your tile floor is not loose anywhere, clean the floor well and use a patching compound over the existing tiles (this will fill in the grout lines and any uneven areas of the tile). It may take a couple of coats, maybe even 3 to get the floor smooth and level. You should be able to install your vinyl right on top of this and not have the added height of the plywood. If you insist on the plywood you could use a good quality construction adhesive with drilling and installing screws.

Building... | Answered on Jul 30, 2020 | 656 views

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