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Sears Garage door opener locking light

Posted by Namrezy (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 27, 11 at 14:14

My locking light continues to blink on the Premium control console of my Craftsman 1/2 HP model 139.53975SRT1. I lose my remote use and my keylock use after a day or so. My safety reversing sensors are solid amber and solid green. I can reprogram everything but it fails after a day or so. I press the small lock button for two seconds to unlock the console but it doesn't unlock. I have unplugged the power from the unit and restarted everything to no avail. Anyone else run into this problem. It all started a week ago when the door came down on a shovel that was in the way. The door stopped properly and went back up and that's when my problems started. The blinking light is very rapid.

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RE: Sears Garage door opener locking light

You may have a bad console. You can eliminate this temporarily by removing the wire that goes to terminal #1 on the rear of the motor unit. You may also have to program your remotes. Normally when the lock function is on the keypad continues to work.

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