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Model:
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Craftsman Garage Door Opener 3-Function Visor Remote Control

Summary

Get better versatility with the 3-Function Garage Door Opener.

The Craftsman Visor Remote Control Garage Door Opener lets you control three different garage doors from the comfort of your car. The metallic hook slides onto the visor, and the slim, dark profile makes it easy to access when you need it, but easy to ignore when you don't. Designed to handle both billion and rolling code technologies, this remote is compatible with all Craftsman garage door openers built after 1993.

The 3-Function Garage Door Opener includes an LED light that lets you know when a signal has been sent to the garage door. The same LED also indicates whether the battery needs to be replaced. Ideal for multi-car garages, this opener controls doors from even greater distances. It also comes in handy if you've lost your older remote or you're in need of an upgrade.

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from Syracuse, New York

Comments about Craftsman Garage Door Opener 3-Function Visor Remote Control:

My Craftsman Garage Door Opener was a bit frustrating at first. I loved the look of it, the color and general design but my decision to purchase it was more the result of the clerk explaining how easy it was to set up. Once it was home and out of it's packaging, it seemed easy enough. The garage door opener was easy to set up. The remote however not so cut and dry. The first thing that needs to be done is you need to gain access to the program button by way of safety pin or paper clip. It needs to be poked until you see the colored LED light on the front light up. After that there is another button on the garage door opener that needs to be pressed as well. The light bulb on the opener should flash, if it doesn't, wait a moment, re-press the button on the opener until the bulb flashes. After tat, the opener should function. If it doesn't function - which was my case - don't return it right away before trying to move different distances away from the opener. I went back and fourth about 8 good times before The light would blink and ten had to reposition myself another 5 or 6 times before I finally got it. After that there was about a week I spent working with it to get it to function every time rather than being random. After that, I have not had an issue with it since.

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