Model #13953684 Craftsman garage door opener

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Q:

I have a garage door opener model 139.53664SRT2 with two three function remotes and a keyless entry. Only 1 will program.

A:

Your garage door opener is the security+ rolling code version. The keyless entry is the correct model for your garage door opener.

I suspect the remotes you are using are not security+ remotes. The correct remotes for your garage door opener are 139.53778 for the standard size and 139.53758 for the compact remote.

The correct remotes will have blue touch pads. If your remotes have gray touch pads they are the older billion code technology.

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Jimmy K -
Sears Technician
February 25, 2009
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How do I program my keyless entry remotes to control my 2 garage doors separately?

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I recommend erasing all of the codes in both garage door openers. One of the garage door openers may have a memory that is full. Erasing all of the codes will allow you to program all of the remotes for each door separately. Once you have all of the remote codes erased, unplug one of the garage door openers to completely disconnect electrical power. Use the LEARN button on the garage door opener that is still powered up to reprogram all of the remotes that you want to use on that unit. The instructions for programming the keyless entry remote are shown in the image below.

After you program all of the remotes on the first garage door opener, unplug it to disconnect electrical power. Plug in the second garage door opener and program all of the remotes that will be used on that unit.

After programming all of the remotes, test the remotes with both garage door openers plugged back in to check the operation. This should fix your problem unless you still have weak batteries in one of the remotes.

If you need more help, resubmit your question with additional details and the full model numbers of the garage door motor units.

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Lyle W -
Sears Technician
April 15, 2009