How to Reprogram Your Garage Door Opener
For many different reasons, at some point throughout owning your garage door you will probably have to reprogram your garage door opener. There are many different reasons that you will need to reprogram your garage door opener. Some of these reasons are fairly obvious, but some aren’t as obvious. If for some reason your garage door stops opening when you press the remote for it, then you will need to reprogram your garage door opener provided that there isn’t a defect in the garage door opener or the garage door opener remote. Another reason that you will need to reprogram your garage door opener is if you lose a garage door remote or if it is stolen. If you do not reprogram your garage door opener, whoever has your garage door opener remote will be able to access your garage, and even your house.
Fortunately, reprogramming your garage door opener is quite a simple process. It varies from garage door opener to garage door opener, so while we can’t guarantee that one method will work for every garage door opener, it will be quite similar to this method.
There should be a button on your garage door opener that will say “learn” or something similar to this. Push the button, and there will either be an audible “beep” or you will see a light or an LED flash. After this, push and hold the button on your garage door opener remote. Most units will now produce a beep or a flash on the garage door opener after you have pressed the button. After this is completed, wait a minute or so, and then try to open your garage door with your garage door opener remote. If you do it properly, you will be able to open your garage door with the newly programmed remote!