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Reset garage door motor signal

Posted by zenwarp (My Page) on
Fri, May 26, 06 at 6:52

My wife has a remote built into her Land Rover Discovery. I think you call it a homelink. She divorced me and the house is mine now. How do I reset the signal in the motor so her car can't open the garage door? How do I change the key-pad number on the outside of the door so she can't use that either? I use a small remote that has a red light and a row of switches in side of it. The unit is a craftsman 1/2 hp. The number on the back of it is HBWO777. It also has one green button and one green LED on the back of it.

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RE: Reset garage door motor signal

On the back of the motor unit near where all those white wires go you will find a button. Press and hold it for 6 seconds. At this point none of the remotes will work including the keypad. Now to program your remote, press and hold the button on the remote and then press and immediately release the button on the back of the motor unit. This will get your remote going. To program the keypad, press and immediately release the button on the back of the motor unit again and then walk over to the keypad and key in any 4 digit number and press enter. You will be set.

RE: Reset garage door motor signal

Thank you so much :)

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