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ZAPPAJOE52

05:55PM | 08/24/00
Member Since: 08/23/00
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I have a craftsman garage door opener that is about 2 years old with the Security+ remote system.

The batteries died in both of my remotes. I follow the directions to reprogram my remotes and it works for the first remote but not the second.

I program either one !! But not both of them - whichever I program first works fine but not the other !!

HELP !!! IT'S MAKIN' ME NUTS !!!

rctoyguy

07:12PM | 10/10/02
Member Since: 10/09/02
2 lifetime posts
Just moved to new house - unsure of age of openers... I assume they worked normally, but when I changed the dip switches in the remotes (just to be different from previous owner) I am experiencing the SAME problem. I can program either, but not both... My process has been:

1- be sure dip switches are same between both remotes

2- push "smart" button on opener, led flashes

3- push desired button on remote, door operates

HELP! This is CRAZY!

Thanks
Jeff

rpxlpx

07:56AM | 10/11/02
Member Since: 03/13/00
1678 lifetime posts
S-ears has a help hotline. I suggest you call them.

rctoyguy

12:56PM | 10/11/02
Member Since: 10/09/02
2 lifetime posts
Thanks - I guess I will have to. I thought I might find the answer here without wading through a voice mail helpline.

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