Bought it with the extra remote $54 parts/shipping. Followed instructions. Even added the 12 volt power supply. Lights blinked like they were supposed to. Still inoperative. Troubleshoot completed with a good opener, and a defective brand new Sky Link controller, right out of the box too. Found and bought an original set of controllers later on the net for $14 that work fine. Problem: Sky Link. Solution: Not Sky Link.
No. All retailers and suppliers will prevent a solution to force you to buy an entire brand new garage door opener ($250-$500). That's how they make $. Replacement antique remotes are rare, and sold even less for outrageous prices if found at all. New add on kits and remotes are typically inoperative despite "brand new". The extra remote$ you can buy with these are also NOT GOING TO WORK either. Smart remotes (2017) are taking over and pushing out universal remotes that could program after 1983 that will somehow just not be available, even through name brand suppliers for openers and remotes of the same brand to force an upgrade $$$$ by simply not supplying earlier model parts and assemblies for household functions you will not do without from now on, and they know it. Going shopping for an entire new opener is most likely what you'll end up doing, and it's no accident that your stuck with one option after a lot of aggravation. For security reasons you don't want previous dwellers to have entry devices (keys,controllers) to your home anyway. ESPECIALLY IF THE REMOTES WERE'NT REALLY LOST, AND ARE BEING HELD AWAY BY PREVIOUS RESIDENTS FOR...
Regarding your question, you can purchase the keypad separately. Please visit https://www.homedepot.com/p/SkyLink-Non-Universal-Wireless-Keyless-Entry-System-KN-318/301981489 to order the keypad.
YES THIS WILL WORK ON A MARTIN GARAGE DOOR MOTOR AS WELL.
If you have a craftsman made from 2012 and newer, no 3rd party product will work with it. You need to contact Sears. If you are in Canada, you need to contact Liftmaster/chamblerlain for the proper remote control.
Yes, this product can be connected to your garage door opener.
Yes it should work with this opener, as long as it is a single-press operation opener.
This Universal remote control kit will work with Overhead garage door openers.
You should purchase a 12VDC, 100ma, 3.5m plug adapter, to hopefully resolve your issue. If you need further assistance, please call us back directly (when you are with the units), so we can thoroughly walk you through programming (1800-304-1187).
It may, because the garage door opener you have is quite old. You can purchase the DC-12VGB from Home Depot's website.