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3 button remote controls can be used as a replacement remote control for 80 Series,. 970 Series, and 370 Series LiftMaster remote controls.
Compatible with 315 MHz or 390 MHz garage door openers manufactured after January 1, 1993. Make sure the garage door opener has a working light bulb because it is a programming indicator.
For use with gate operators, commercial door operators, or other products that are 315 MHz or 390 MHz and have a Learn button. Refer to your product manual for the location of the Learn button.
Programming The Remote Control
To enter programming mode, press the Program button until the LED on the front of the remote control turns on.
Press and release the Learn button on the garage door opener, the Learn LED will light within 30 seconds.
Press and release the remote control button you want to use. Check to see if the garage door opener light bulb blinks. If not, wait for the remote control LED to light solid then slowly press and release the remote control button again. Repeat until the light bulb blinks. DO NOT press the button after the light bulb blinks.
To exit programming mode, press any remote control button except the button that was just programmed.
To test, press the programmed button on the remote control.
How to use the remote control
Press and hold the button down until the door or gate starts to move. The remote control will operate from up to 3 car lengths away on typical installations. Installations and conditions vary, contact an installing dealer for more information.
Additional buttons on the remote control can be programmed to operate up to 3 devices such as additional garage door openers, light controls, gate operators or access control systems.
The LED(s) on your remote control will stop flashing when the battery is low and needs to be replaced. To replace battery, open the case as shown. Insert battery positive side up (+). Replace the battery with only 3V2032 or 3V2016 coin cell batteries (depending on the model). Dispose of old battery properly.