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Jangeles

07:52PM | 03/06/05
Member Since: 03/06/05
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I have an overhead door model 200XL and I accidentally pull off the cable antenna. I opened the case and I do not know from the board where to connect this cable that allows me to use my remote control from normal distance.

I could not find any diagram either.

regards

JA

Jim D

11:12PM | 03/06/05
Member Since: 01/06/01
345 lifetime posts
Jangeles - hi, can you please provide the manufacturer & model number off the label of your garage door opener (GDO)? It'll be hard to do any research otherwise.

On the circuit board, an antenna connection normally has "ANT" next to it, printed right on the circuit board. The antenna cable was probably soldered to the board, although some GDOs did have them connected by a screw. You can look inside the case of your GDO again to see if you can tell where a soldered connection may have been ripped loose, or see if there's a lug washer attached to the circuit board with nothing attached to the lug wsher.

I hope this helps some - regards! Jim D/West Point, VA
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