08:49AM | 05/21/11
Member Since: 11/10/10
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I have a Sear garage door opener that is about 12 years old. I replaced the batteries in the two openers for the cars. The openers now will not operate. Batteries are the same voltage. They will remember the codes for a bit but then seem to "forget" them. The opener on the outside of the garage which is also a wireless remote still works fine! Any ideas??


04:50PM | 06/22/11
Member Since: 06/22/11
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Hey Mike,

It is likely that you need to go ahead and reprogram your opener remotes. There is a button on the head/opener in your garage that you must push while simultaneously pushing the remote button: you must have the remote close to the opener head while doing this. This should fix your issue. Good luck.


10:35PM | 11/25/11
Member Since: 11/25/11
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Is something caught in between the linings?


09:50PM | 02/15/12
Member Since: 02/14/12
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Yes I think the problem is that when you changed the batteries, it could have reset the programming inside that recognizes the signal from the remote. All you need is to reprogram the remote so that it cant connect with the doors again.



02:52PM | 03/08/12
Member Since: 03/08/12
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02:54PM | 03/08/12
Member Since: 03/08/12
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garage doors can account for 20%-30% of the front elevation of your home. While a garage door is not something that you would buy on a regular basis, it can improve both the appearance and the security of your home.
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