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SCHOONER

05:07PM | 10/14/08
Member Since: 02/17/05
2 lifetime posts
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Hi Guys

This is a beauty if you can figure this one out I'll send you a brand new car of you choice !!!

ONLY KIDDING GUYS . . . LOL

All kidding aside here's my crazy problem.

We have a LiftMaster 1/2 hp by Chamberlin,Chain Drive.

It work great before I lost the darn remote and we went to Sears and got 2 other remotes generic.

Now the garage doors works intermittently. And it rarely works when we approach the door when in our cars. What a pain in the butt.

We press the remotes again and again and finally the door opens.

HELP GUYS. Show me/Tell me.

P.S. The batteries are fine.

I'm at your mercy.

Thanks Guys

GOD BLESS

Schooner

ktkodama

04:45AM | 10/15/08
Member Since: 08/06/08
2 lifetime posts
Schooner,

I am going to assume that you bought a Clicker replacement garage door opener remote. I have always had issues with the clicker brands.

Make sure that the antenna on the garage door opener is hanging down from the opener, and not caught up in the light cover.

You may want to return the clickers to Sears, and buy Chamberlain remotes from Home Depot or Lowes.

Have you or anyone else been in the attic above the garage since this started happening?

Kevin Kodama

Kevin@RepairGarageDoors.com

www.RepairGarageDoors.com
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