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Q:

I have a craftsman garage door opener #139.5362BSRT. I install a new keyless pad #3050 & a couple of hours later the garage door opener opened by itself.

A:

The Managemylife web site is a good resource to find out what may be happening with your Garage Door Opener. I did some research for you at Managemylife.com and found an excellent article that also has multiple expert answers at the bottom of the web page that addresses the most common questions that have been asked by other members. I hope this will help until your expert can answer your specific question. I attached the link below.

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Joseph P. -
December 06, 2011
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Oddly enough it may be the way the keypad is mounted. Loosen the screws that hold the device to the wall, or better yet take it off the wall and bring it in and just lay it there to see if the problem happens again. If it does there may be a problem with the keypad device. If the problem goes away then it's almost certain to be a problem with the mounting.

What causes problems is that the housing will flex when you screw the device to the wall. The flexing of the housing can cause the circuit board inside to flex as well. This will sometimes cause the keypad to trigger. Interestingly enough though, I've taken them and twisted them in my hands trying to get it to activate and can't get it to happen. But I've been out on many of them where I just loosened the mounting screws a few turns and the problem goes away.

Thank you for using Manage My Life!

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
December 07, 2011
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Every time our neighbor opens his garage door from his car our garage door is going up. How do we correct this?

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James -
December 07, 2011
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That sounds like a completely different problem. Do this: On the back of the opener you will see the "learn" button. Press the learn button and hold it down until the LED next to it goes out. then program back in the remotes and take the batteries out of the keypad and see if that problem still exists. If it does not, then put the batteries back in the keypad and program it in then see if the problem comes back.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
December 07, 2011
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I took the battery out of the keypad & reprogrammed both car transmitters. I put the battery back into the keypad & reprogrammed it as well. I don't know if this corrects the problem, will have to wait until the neighbor opens his door again. Does this sound logical? Everything seems to be working okay, but the problem may still be there.

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James -
December 07, 2011
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If the problem comes back, take the batteries out of the keypad and leave them out. Then see if the problem returns or not. If it does not come back with the batteries out of keypad then I would say there is a problem with the keypad (even though new). If the problem still happens then I would say there is a problem with the logic board.

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XX Wade_ -
Sears Technician
December 07, 2011
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Wade, I took the keypad off & brought it inside & left it lay on the table for three days & everything worked okay. So I just reinstalled it, being very careful not to overtighten any of the screws, let's see what happens. If I don't hear from you or you hear from me, I th ank you in advance for all your help. Merry Christima,, Jim

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James -
December 10, 2011
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Replaced gearing on my garage door opener with kit 41C4220A. Now the motor runs forward 3 sec and reverses?

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It sounds like the limit switch assembly is out of time with the door lift trolley assembly. That can happen when replacing the worm gear if, for example, you removed the components when the trolley was in the door-down position but re-installed them when the trolley was in the door-up position.

Even though the spacing between the limits is still approximately correct, the overall start point for the movement no longer allows the mechanism to move far enough. That creates binding before the limit setting can be reached and can reverse the opener.

To fix it you will need to remove the limit switch and then re-time it to the proper trolley position. If you move the trolley without the limit switch on the door could jam so remove the lockpin from the input gear on the limit switch and you can spin it to move the indicated door position on the switch without disturbing the prior limit spacing. You want to match the two so that, for example, the up-limit shows on the limit switch when the trolley is actually close to the up-position.

Once the start point is close enough the door should work normally but you may still need to fine-tune the exact upper and lower positions according to the procedure in your Owner's Manual or the door could over-extend and jam or reverse due to exceeding a load limit.

Another possibility is an issue with the RPM sensor, see link below for more on that.

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HVAC & Fireplace Bucket -
Sears Technician
April 29, 2008