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garage door remote troubles

Posted by rtdac (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 14, 08 at 13:10

Help! My original 92' Craftsman 41A3624 garage door opener is being opend by my wife's and my neighbor's home link systems that were programmed for newly installed Genies'. I have only programmed my wife's home-link to activate her Genie side and did not program it to open my Craftsman side. I have erassed all codes several times and even went as far as to unplug the Genie's while re-programming the Craftsman and visa versa. It's not just the home-link, the Genie remotes activate it as well. Any idea's to stop this?

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RE: garage door remote troubles

Hi if your systrem is a pre 93, it may be old enough it has simple logic with non rolling code and only a smaller number of codes.

Not sure if this will do it, but erase and reprog cman. Then ERASE both HOMELINKS, and reprogram them with older craftsman unplugged.

Dont program genie remotes yet. Trythat. if still opens older cman, repeat process but dont reprogram homelinks after erasures. Just redo the genie remotes. See what happpens and repost.

RE: garage door remote troubles

I have the same trouble. I have a 1991 1/2hp Craftsman Model# 139.53415SR. I just installed a new Genie Model# 2022 and the remote for my Genie opens the old Craftsman. I have come home several times to an open Craftsman garage bay while the Genie is closed as I left it. But every time I open my Genie bay the Craftsman bay opens as well. Did you find a solution to your problem?

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