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goattt

05:55PM | 09/14/06
Member Since: 09/13/06
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I recently bought a condo that not only included my fridge from a previous thread, but a garage door opener that doesn't have a electronic opener. Is there a place I can find out if I can get one? I know you all love model #'s so here's what I copied down...unsure which #'s you need....

139.536275RT // 24332A00710

It's a Craftsman 1/2 HP.

Billhart

04:13AM | 09/15/06
Member Since: 04/25/05
1918 lifetime posts
The GDO is a fixed appliance and part of the condo. Unless there was a disclaimer then there should have been a remote with it. You could ask the seller for a replacement. Specially if the GDO was on the sell sheet.

Apparantly there is a typo in your model number.

139.536275RT

I tried 139.53627SRT, but no match on that one either.

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

BTW, I don't know SRT, SR, SRT1, etc are. But I wonder if they the same base model, but with or without the 2nd remote and/or keypad.

If, after you recheck the number and still can't find a match contact aaremotes.

But I suspect that you have a billion code version.

Also you should be able to get a remote from Sears. Check in the store before trying to get one as a replacement part.

There are also universal remotes that will probably work.

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

Also most home horror and hardware stores have remotes that will probably work.

Chamberlain/Liftmaster/Sears all use the same remotes, but you need the right series.


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