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robcarvalho

11:00AM | 11/13/02
Member Since: 11/05/02
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My control panel on mounted to my garage wall will not operate my garage door. All my remotes and keypad work fine, but the control panel just blinks a green light. I can use the light button to turn my light on and off, but it won't auto detect and turn on with motion. Does anyone have any ideas? I don't have the manual (bought the home...)

Thanks all in advance.

rpxlpx

02:39AM | 11/14/02
Member Since: 03/13/00
1678 lifetime posts
Did this just start to happen or has it been that way as long as you've had the unit?

Here's the procedure for reprogramming. I had saved this from an old post. Hope it works for you:

IF YOU HAVE A PREMIMUM CONSOLE -
With door closed, press the 4-digit password.
Press and hold Enter.
Press and hold the light button on the door (lower left corner).
Press and hold the door control button (main button).
After the opener light flashes, release all buttons.

IF YOU HAVE AN SRT LEARN BUTTON ON YOUR CONSOLE --
Press the 4 digit password.
Press and hold Enter.
Press and release the SRT button
After the light flashes, release the Enter button.
If neither of those procedures work, contact the mfr. at www.chamberlaingroup.com

(For parts, www3.***** .com)
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[This message has been edited by rpxlpx (edited November 14, 2002).]

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