LiftMaster 61LM Garage Door Remote

LiftMaster 61LM Garage Door Remote

LiftMaster 61LM Garage Door Remote

LiftMaster 61LM Garage Door Remote:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. Needed a replacement remote for my old garage door opener and I was having a really hard time…so grateful I found this! Works perfectly! If you have a pre-1993 opener do your homework, but this worked great for my Wayne Dalton/Chamberlain 200 model with 8DIP switches. I left the ninth one in the neutral mode and it works perfectly. Completely easy to program. So happy I don’t need to replace the whole opener since it’s still in perfect condition. It’s a door I don’t use very often and so not having a remote has not been a big deal until I went to replace a section of my driveway and needed access to that side of the garage via remote! And, I’ve always known that if I moved I would have to replace that opener since it had no remote...but now I do!new york mall,max 80% off,at the price of surpriseLiftMaster 61LM Garage Door Remote
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LiftMaster 61LM Garage Door Remote

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  • This 61lm lift master remote uses 9 trinary dip switches to set the code
  • 390 MHZ Frequency, works on models from 1984-1992
  • Also compatible with wireless keypad model number 66LM (same as model 740CB, 139.53776, 139.53876)
  • 12V battery and visor clip included
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Product description

1. Frequency: Check the back of your remote to make sure the frequency of the remote is 390mhz (megahertz) or says liftmaster, chamberlain, or sears craftsman. All of these use the same frequency of 390mhz.2. Dip switches: Open the battery compartment on your old garage door remote and look to see how many dip switches (tiny switches in a row) it has. If your old remote had 9 dip switches, then it's a match for this remote. If you don't have your old garage door remote, you can also look to see how many dip switches are on the back of your garage door opener (the overhead unit in your garage). The number of dip switches on the back of the opener is the same as on the remote.

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LiftMaster 61LM Garage Door Remote

LiftMaster 61LM Garage Door Remote:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. Needed a replacement remote for my old garage door opener and I was having a really hard time…so grateful I found this! Works perfectly! If you have a pre-1993 opener do your homework, but this worked great for my Wayne Dalton/Chamberlain 200 model with 8DIP switches. I left the ninth one in the neutral mode and it works perfectly. Completely easy to program. So happy I don’t need to replace the whole opener since it’s still in perfect condition. It’s a door I don’t use very often and so not having a remote has not been a big deal until I went to replace a section of my driveway and needed access to that side of the garage via remote! And, I’ve always known that if I moved I would have to replace that opener since it had no remote...but now I do!new york mall,max 80% off,at the price of surpriseLiftMaster 61LM Garage Door Remote