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dragonryce

11:10AM | 08/08/04
Member Since: 08/07/04
3 lifetime posts
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Hi, i just bought a keyless pad and when i program it to my Craftsman 1/2hp garage door the remotes don't work but the keyless works. If i program the remotes the keyless pad doesn't work! I have spent about 2 hours trying to get them to work. If anyone knows how i can fix this, please i would really appreciate it.

Thank You =D

Don123

02:26PM | 08/09/04
Member Since: 08/03/04
4 lifetime posts
You didn't say where you purchased the keypad but I can assure you it is the wrong one for your operator. There are two technologies involved. A 'fixed code' and a 'rolling code'. Your receiver will accept both technologies but will work with one or the other and not both. Take the model number off the back of your motor unit and get the right keypad. Don

CuteFace

04:57PM | 09/20/04
Member Since: 09/19/04
1 lifetime posts
Hi,

I have a similar problem. One of my remote is out of battery so I replace with a fresh new battery. Then I try to register the remote with the receiver. Everything went ok until I use the other remote and find out that it doesn't work anymore so I try to register it. The receiver won't accept it until I clear all codes, from there on only one remote can be programmed.

weird huh, they both worked before.

CF
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