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craftsman opener / remote keypad issues

Posted by hodges (My Page) on
Tue, May 27, 08 at 14:14

I have a Craftsmans garage door opener with 2 remote openers and 1 keypad entry mounted outside the garage door. The problem I am having is I can get both garage door remote openers to work but not at the same time. When I get the 2cnd one programmed the 1st one don't work anymore. And I cannot get the keypad to work at all. I have the book and the instructions for reprogramming seem pretty easy but it's just not working. The keypad worked fine before I started messing with the remotes.

Any ideas ??

Opener Model # 139-53674srt2
keypad model # 139-53684



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RE: craftsman opener / remote keypad issues

Did both remotes ever work?

RE: craftsman opener / remote keypad issues

I can get them both to work now but not at the same time. I cannot say for sure that both ever worked at the same time. I think that they did when I 1st bought the house. Then I programmed the built in button in my new truck and didn't need the other one so set it aside for a couple years. Now the truck with the built in button is gone and I need the 2cnd remote again.

RE: craftsman opener / remote keypad issues

There is a problem where a remote will quit rolling the code and will cause the problem you have. You can usually tell which one it is because it is the one that will not work with the keypad and the other one will. But----you say your keypad is also not working. Try programming the keypad again and make sure you press and immediately release the learn button on the motor unit.

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