Model #KEYPAD TRANSMITTER AT&T Security Systems

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Q:

reset keyless entry keypad garage door opener (old model opener circa 1961)

A:

Thank you for your question. I know these old openers provide some challenges. Your opener uses dip switches to set the frequency code. You will need to find the dip switches on your existing opener. They will probably be inside the wall button on your wall. The dip switches need to be set exactly the same.  The image below is for a similar older model. It may be time to think about a new opener with rolling security codes for better security, safety and ease of use.  You can check newer openers at Sears .If further help is needed, please reply.  Thank you for using manage My Life.

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Barbara H. -
Sears Technician
August 31, 2013
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Thanks Barbara...but it's not the transmitter that needs resetting, it is the keypad affixed to the wall outside the garage. Please see above original note as all this pwertains to the keypad, not the transmitter on my visor. Are there dip switches on the transmitter receiver that is inside the garage that pertain to the outside keypad? The new keypads can be reset starting with the current passcode and then the # button. I reset the newer one on my left garage door; but the one on my right door does not have a # button to use for reset (just numbers 0 to 9). So how do I trigger a new passcode after entering the current one to show I'm not an interloper?

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Tim -
September 03, 2013
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So please read my reply to Barbara and update the answer. Thank You!

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Tim -
September 06, 2013
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