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Nobody has that part. When you replace opener stay away from craftsman. Go to Home Depot and buy a chamberlain, they are not that expensive, you should be able to buy one for $125.00 which is a little motor than a replacement motor .

Building... | Answered Yesterday


To have your lights come on automatically when you walk into an open garage you must START with the lights ON. To turn the feature on, turn the lights on manually with the wall switch, then press and hold the LIGHT button for about 10 seconds until the motor unit light bulbs flash.

Now, if the light bulbs are on, manually turn them out and then walk out through the open door. The light bulbs should come on.

To disable this feature, start with the light bulbs OFF and everything else is the same.

Sears Craftsman... | Answered 3 days ago


notify manufacturer or locksmith

Building... | Answered on Jun 06, 2019


Hello, Debbie -

I hope you have the user manual for your garage door opener so you can check it to find out what the beeping sound means. If you don't have the manual, you can add the name of the garage door opener manufacturer to your question by using the Edit feature, so that I or someone else can look up information specific to that particular make of garage door opener.

Many instructions I have found for a variety of makes of garage door openers state that the beeping can mean the back up battery for the garage door opener needs replacing. See the information here:
https://www.garagedoorrepairco.com/garage-door-blog/garage-door-opener-beeping-replace-backup-battery

Building... | Answered on Jun 03, 2019


Google (Mastercraft)(manual) without parens.

Building... | Answered on Jun 03, 2019


Locksmith may help, or law enforcement if an emergency.

AAA in the United States includes locksmith service by calling the AAA number.

Building... | Answered on Jun 02, 2019


Since you did not specify make or model, replace button, check wires to button. The are plenty of guides on line. Google your question.

Building... | Answered on May 30, 2019


Here is a rather silly video that could assist you, although it isn't actually for your actual door, all such doors have a similar set-up.
http://precisiondoor.net/videos/program-liftmaster-remote

Building... | Answered on May 29, 2019


I am not aware of any manet thing on a garage door opener so you are going to have to give some more information.

Building... | Answered on May 29, 2019


I had the same problem. Although it appeared to be the logic board, on mine it actually was the connectors between the logic board and the power supply board.
There are 2 connections on the logic board. One white connector with wires going to the main unit, and another set of connectors that plug directly into the smaller circuit board that holds the step-down transformer (120vac - 22vac). These pins were not making good connection between the boards. I simply bent the pins slightly so they would make better contact on the logic board and have not had a problem since. This must be a weak point on these door openers. Purchasing a new logic board would work too, as the connectors are newer and tighter.

Sears Craftsman... | Answered on May 28, 2019


The opener you've have cannot be retrofitted with sensors. The control board inside opener is not designed to use one. If you go to Home depot Chamberlain openers start at $128.00 is similar to yours includes may upgrades, including Security+2.0 technology,. This does not use DIP switches which are not secure.

Building... | Answered on May 28, 2019


contact the makers. there are too many kinds

Building... | Answered on May 27, 2019


If you're having to hold that inside button down to bring it down that is because of your sensors being out of alignment. On the bottom left and bottom right of your garage door track are your photo eyes and if they're not cleaned and pointing toward each other, then they will not allow the door to close. It will only close with the inside button because it is hardwired and when you hold the button down it shoots a continuous current that bypasses Those sensors. Remotes and keypad are wireless and must have photo sensors aligned to work

Building... | Answered on May 25, 2019

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