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jpb888

11:12AM | 05/26/05
Member Since: 05/25/05
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Hi. I have 10 year-old Craftsman Garage Door Opener that we bought with our house. This morning, the wall mount switch inside the garage, the light on the switch began blinking. I have read on this forum that means it is now in the locked position, hence the reason my other remotes will now not work. The problem is, I don't know how to switch it back out of the lock position. There is only one long rectangular button on the inside wall switch with the green light behind the middle of it blinking. Can anybody help me out? ***** and the Craftsman Web site have no way to download the owners manual, and everybody I have talked too hasn't been very helpful. I know there is an easy fix to this, any help would be appreciated.


Billhart

02:00PM | 05/26/05
Member Since: 04/25/05
1915 lifetime posts
I have a newer Chamberlain and I coupled the instructions and then realized that you said that your control only has the one button.

Based on mine I would say to try and hold the button down for 2 seconds. But on mine you do it with the separate Lock button.

Chamberlain makes the Craftsman units and are very similar in operation and features.
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