05:46PM | 08/16/10
Member Since: 08/15/10
1 lifetime posts
My Liftmaster Security + keypad has worked well for 7 years. Today it quit opening the door. You can put in the code and it will close the door but won't open it. I replaced the battery with no different result. The keypad will blink for about 15 seconds. I tried to change the password but couldn't. Any suggestions?


10:07PM | 02/22/12
Member Since: 02/14/12
9 lifetime posts
I have seen many people with problems with their garage doors but your might be the first of its kind I have encountered. The circuit in the remote might have rusted inside since it has been in use for 7 years. Maybe its time to get a new one? I am sure Liftmaster would have spares available.


11:12AM | 05/01/15
Member Since: 05/01/15
1 lifetime posts
I know it has been 5 years, but did a new keypad work?


05:51PM | 11/01/16
This has happened to me twice. All you need to do is reprogram the remote keypad. On the motor unit find the "learn" button. Push it. You will have 30 seconds to enter the 4 digit code you want to use on the keypad. Then press and hold the "enter" botton. Watch the motor unit for the lights to flash. That is your sign the code has been learned. I simply entered the same code we always use, not a new code. This has fixed the problem both times.


12:23AM | 01/17/18
Interesting. I pressed the learn button, and the same code (on try three I tried a new code) the light blinks but they my keyless entry still keeps blinking.

Any idea why this would happen?
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