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itsmass

02:46PM | 11/03/08
Member Since: 11/02/08
2 lifetime posts
Bvwindows
I recently bought a house that has a moore o matic xx150 garage door opener. I would like to change the codes on the remote openers and am at a loss at how to do this. Any suggestions???

Billhart

07:07PM | 11/03/08
Member Since: 04/25/05
1918 lifetime posts
All of the places that sell replacement remotes references to Linear.

I don't know if they bought out Moore-o-matic or if this just made the electronics for them.

But I don't have any idea of how to match them up to your model.

http://www.aaaremotes.com/linearx.html

Start with the Delta 3 look if any of the remotes look like yours then click on that and there will be a link for programing instructions.

If none match then try the Delta 3.

If noe match then try the opener manuals.

Or you contact aaaremotes to see if they can direct you.

or Linear tech support.

http://www.linearcorp.com/technical_support.html

itsmass

04:20AM | 11/04/08
Member Since: 11/02/08
2 lifetime posts
Thanks I will give it a shot.

BV002773

10:36AM | 12/11/13
None of the links work.

BV002787

07:46PM | 12/12/13
Try using ThermaDoor I personally think they provide the best.

http://www.thermadoor.com.au/
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