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Chamberlain 3/4 HP Chain Drive Garage Door Opener
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Discontinued Chamberlain

3/4 HP Chain Drive Garage Door Opener

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Chamberlain garage door openers are strong, durable and made by the world's largest manufacturer of garage door openers. With more than 40-years of experience Chamberlain has revolutionized the industry and played a vital role in taking the garage door opener from a nice-to-have "extra" to a home convenience necessity. Each model offers the ultimate in safety and security features and is available with innovative accessories designed to make home access even more convenient. Installation of our models is also fast and easy because each is equipped with our quick-install rail system and easy to follow step-by-step instructions.

  • Open doors easily up to 7 ft. in height
  • 3/4 HP chain drive opener includes two 3-button remotes, wireless keypad and deluxe motion control interior wall pad
  • Quick-install rail system
  • Lifetime motor warranty
  • Two 100-watt lights (bulbs purchased separately)
  • 8 ft. Chain drive extension kit (425-2541) will accommodate 8 ft. high garage doors with this opener

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how much is it to be installed

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West Knoxville, TN
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April 5, 2014
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We got it at Home Depot and they charge $97 for installation It was worth it.
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March 4, 2014
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I use homedepot standard installation cost $97
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February 18, 2014
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If you have a pre-existing opener it it's place it is very simple to do yourself. Any experienced tech should need 2 hrs, and maybe $150.00 to do it.
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Gainesville, VA, USA
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February 11, 2014
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Basic install is $ 97.00
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Melbourne, Florida
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February 9, 2014
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Check with your local Home Depot. Sometimes they have specials when you buy the unit.
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February 6, 2014
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Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. The Home Depot partners with installers and home service professionals who meet the highest standards for experience, know-how and customer service to get your installation project done right. We screen and perform background checks on all of our service installers to ensure they have all applicable licenses and insurance before we send them out on Read More
Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot. The Home Depot partners with installers and home service professionals who meet the highest standards for experience, know-how and customer service to get your installation project done right. We screen and perform background checks on all of our service installers to ensure they have all applicable licenses and insurance before we send them out on any job. Unfortunately, we cannot give an estimate without conducting a consultation of the job. Please call us at The Home Depot Home Services at 1-800-557-5221 to schedule an appointment. Read Less
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Is everything included?

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SI, NY
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March 13, 2014
ok, here's the deal. My husband wants me to pick up a chain and some other stuff to repair our 15yr. old ear splitting noisy garage door opener.

I refuse.

I want a newer, quieter model.

I'm not very knowledgeable about garage door openers, so can someone answer these questions for me?

Is there anything I'd need to buy to have my husband install this? He can do it.

Is it really quiet?

Do I need to measure my garage door or anything? It's only a single garage door.

Does this come with the inside button to open the door?

Is there anything that I really need to know before I order this 'cause if I buy the wrong thing I'll seriously never hear the end of it..
thanks
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ARIZONA
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March 25, 2014
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YOUR RIGHT ABOUT NEW ONE .15 YEARS IS BURN OUT FOR BOARD I THINK..I THINK FOR SINGLE DOOR YOU CAN GET AWAY WITH 1/3 HORSE...QUIET ENOUGH FOR US..I CAN'T HEAR IT IN SIDE HOUSE..INSIDE BUTTON FOR SURE...GOOD LUCK
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mesa,Az
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March 20, 2014
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It is advertised as a quiet one. Well compare to my old one it is very quiet. Everything u need comes with it.
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northeast montana
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March 18, 2014
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This model is very quiet. I expected more noise because it was a chain drive so I was surprised. Everything he will need was in the package and yes it comes with a indoor button with a motion sensor that turns on both lights in the door as soon as I step into the garage. My wife loves that. You should have an idea of the size of the door but this will work on most residential doors with no problem. If it Read More
This model is very quiet. I expected more noise because it was a chain drive so I was surprised. Everything he will need was in the package and yes it comes with a indoor button with a motion sensor that turns on both lights in the door as soon as I step into the garage. My wife loves that. You should have an idea of the size of the door but this will work on most residential doors with no problem. If it is a single door you are set. This unit also comes with an outdoor wireless control which is really nice. Read Less
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ca
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March 14, 2014
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1. This type is not as quite as belt drive, but it is much better for heavy door.
2. I just replace it with my old opener
3. It has inside button
4. It takes me 1 hr to replace it with my old opener
hope it is help
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March 14, 2014
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Everything is included for standard 8" one or two car door.
Other packages have more remotes, etc - at a bit more cost. Watch the sales.
Chain is louder than belt drive. But Belt costs more. Tradeoffs.
Took me a several days in freezing weather to install an opener first time. "Measure twice, cut once."
Next time, I figure a leisurely 2-3 hours.
One issue with these Chamberlain openers is that the lens
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Everything is included for standard 8" one or two car door.
Other packages have more remotes, etc - at a bit more cost. Watch the sales.
Chain is louder than belt drive. But Belt costs more. Tradeoffs.
Took me a several days in freezing weather to install an opener first time. "Measure twice, cut once."
Next time, I figure a leisurely 2-3 hours.
One issue with these Chamberlain openers is that the lens covers tend to flop down.
No fix from Chamberlain short of a design change.
But no big thing: just put a small duct tape tab to hold it up. I used a hair drier to soften and bend the plastic lens cover so it clips more firmly to the drive unit. Good luck.
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Does the security code change all the time so that no one can access the code?

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Columbus, NE
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March 8, 2014
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March 23, 2014
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Yes, this opener using a rolling code system.
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mesa,Az
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March 20, 2014
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The code randomly changes every time it is in use. According to the manual it has a million of random codes to reset to.
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St. John, IN
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March 11, 2014
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You can program in a temporary code to give a friend or neighbor access that lasts a certain length of time that you determine. Otherwise the code will not change unless you change it.
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March 10, 2014
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The manufacturer claims it does.
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does this unit come with the chain bar inclued

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Cape Coral, FL, USA
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February 25, 2014
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The opener comes complete with all parts necessary to operate a 7' garage door.
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Minnesota
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February 18, 2014
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If by "Chain Bar" you mean the rod that guides the door open, then yes. You assemble it when you do the install. Directions are pretty clear and it is simple.
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Gainesville, VA, USA
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Yes it comes in the same box with the opener.
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Yes, comes as a complete unit.
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Customer Reviews

3/4 HP Chain Drive Garage Door Opener is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 67.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Won't work near military bases, Cell phone towers, or wireless electrical meters. I purchased this and now I am being told by Chamberlain that I have to invest an additional $200 in the myQ system because their openers won't work near military bases, Cell phone towers, or the new wireless electrical meters. They do not disclose any of this in their advertisements or in their manuals.
Date published: 2014-02-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value; it comes with all the bells & whistles! Great service, the product was shipped free directly to my home, which I received within two days of the order. Home Depot contracted a very reputable local company to install the opener at a very reasonable price. I couldn't be more satisfied with this purchase and transaction.
Date published: 2014-02-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice Opener - Easy Install It's not very often I take the time to write a review, but this was a more complicated project that most people debate on whether or not to do themselves, so it's appropriate. My situation: Detached, 2-car Garage with a 16' wooden door. Replacing an old/broken opener. If I were to focus on the actual install of just the opener for my garage door, I'd agree with the other reviewers and say it's a 5-6 hour project. This assumes the installer is moderately handy and has no other prep-work. For me - it took about 10 hours total. This included a run to my local box store to grab supplies, figuring out how to balance the garage door, lube all moving parts, remove old opener and hardware, remove/replace old joists in my unfinished garage ceiling. On to the install. The directions were very good - no real issues except for me occasionally jumping ahead and doing something too soon. No real need for a second set of hands either. You should be able to mount/hang everything with the use of a chair, step stool and/or step ladder. Be creative. The only issue I had with any of the parts was actually with an accessory. The cable used on the quick-release lock (7702CB) is really short. My garage door already had an old one in place (no key though) at about waist-level. The cable was a good 12-16" too short to reach the trolley release. As for the programming, no issues with the two remotes that came with the unit, or the secondary wireless control panel we're using on the inside of the house (Liftmaster 378LM). However, we have a 2005 Acura MDX with "Homelink" that struggled to connect with the 2.0+ rolling security codes. After LOTS of searching online and trying multiple methods, I finally got it connected. Better directions in the manual would be appreciated. TIP# 1 - When running your wires for the safety sensors and the control panel, tap your staples in just enough to keep them in place. I found it extremely helpful to leave a gap where I could route some of the wires together back to the opener unit using the same staples. Don't pound them in until you're completely done and everything works... and be very careful NOT to pound them in too much where they could pinch or damage the wire. TIP #2 - Don't jump ahead on the directions ;-)
Date published: 2014-03-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Quality, powerful opener Our old opener failed around Jan. 22. I bought the Lowes Canada version of this opener; model LC750. It is exactly the same as the PD752D except instead of the blue cover it has silver diamond plate. Luckily for me our old 1/2 hp chain drive opener and the new opener's mounting points matched exactly. The owner's manual is well written and illustrated. My install took about 6 hours, but I took my time and had to stop to warm up during the day. Final adjustments are well explained in the manual and easy to accomplish. We have a heavy 45 year old wood double car garage door. This Chamberlain model is quiet for a chain drive. No chain noises. You only hear a low hum as it operates. The noises I hear are made by our wood door and the old hinges and tracks. The 3/4 hp Chamberlain chain drive is powerful. Our garage door moves through the open and close cycles like a hot knife through butter. The range of the remote is impressive. We had to be closer than 40' with our old opener's remote. The Chamberlain responds from at least 100', I have not tried from further. I can have my garage door open when I reach it with the car. Chamberlain safety features are impressive and reassuring. The opener has only been in use for 2 weeks but we have not had any issues. I am very pleased with this opener and proud that I was able to install it with no problems. I expect we will not have to replace this opener for many, many years!
Date published: 2013-02-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very nice opener Great price via the Deal of the Day and home delivery. Like the sensor that turns light on as someone walks near - helpful in a dark garage. Took a point off because the lens covers do not stay up - design flaw. Had to put small tape to hold in place. Other than that, works well, looks fine.
Date published: 2014-03-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not very impressive the range on the remote is only 10-15 feet.i talked to support(janelle)nice lady,is sending a mother board for me to instal my self.HOPE IT GETS BETTER !
Date published: 2013-01-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Basic Opener The double-wide garage door opener that came with our house died on January 1 this year. Couple days later I installed a PD752DS 3/4. Instructions are pretty straight forward, I'm relatively handy, but have never done a garage door opener before. The install was straightforward, instructions were easy to follow. Between removing the existing opener and installing the replacement it was about a 5-6 hour job, most of the time spent looking for this tool or that (no exotic tools needed, but a socket wrench with an extender was a life saver). Operationally, the door seems so much more quieter, even though it's a detached garage that's not an issue for us. The speed is much quicker than what were were used to and the range of the remote is easily 2x longer - I can open the door coming off the street (into an alley), about 200' 6 or 7 30' wide lots away. It's been in about a month, no issues/problems - let's see if it can last a couple of decades!!
Date published: 2013-02-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value This door opener is a great value for all the bells and whistles it comes with. It does its intended job perfectly and didn't take me too long to install by myself, very clear instructions. I love that it includes a motion sensor to turn on the lights for you and has the added bonus of securely locking down when you're on vacation, just by simply pressing a button. The ease of use is fantastic.
Date published: 2014-03-12
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