Allstar 190-110925 110925 MVP Quickcode Remote 318 Frequency Garage Door Opener

Allstar 190-110925 110925 MVP Quickcode Remote 318 Frequency Garage Door Opener

Item# 110925
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Allstar 190-110925 110925 MVP Quickcode Remote 318 Frequency Garage Door Opener Instruction Manual
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Product Description

This miniature Allstar garage door opener model #110925 is ideal for slipping into a pocket, attaching to your keys or clipping onto a car visor. The compact design makes it ideal for use in tight spaces. Best of all, this MVP garage door opener can operate up to three separate garage doors, so you won't have to carry around multiple devices.

This item is compatible with the MVP Keyless Entry (MVP-WKE) as well as the Allstar garage door opener MVP by Allstar, MVP Super Quiet and the Challenger 9000M series with MVP radio systems. To learn more about how the Allstar Remote QuickCode works or how to set up your unit, please see the "Questions" app on this page.

  • Convenient 3-button design
  • Battery and visor clip included
  • Simple programming instructions for quick setup
  • Made for use with up to three garage doors
  • Size: 1 5/8" x 3 1/8"
  • Frequency: 318 MHz

Comments / Questions

COMMENT: We've used these remotes for 12 years.<br />We have expanded now to three vehicles,<br />so we need an extra set. by Joe K 3/24/2015
COMMENT: Replacement by Glenn S 3/5/2015
QUESTION: How do I change the battery? by Charles C 2/20/2015
ANSWER: It's made in two parts; take a small flat tip screw driver and pry it apart along the seam. It will pop open and you will see the battery. by Tyler P a
QUESTION: How do I reprogram the quick code remote? Someone else keeps opening my garage door by None N 1/23/2015
ANSWER: look on the back page of your instruction booklet and you will find a code. Enter that code. If that doesn't work, check to see if the instruction book gives you a way to change the code in the opener. If not, call the manufacturer and they can walk you thru the process of changing the code in the opener. It sounds like someone changed their code to yours. Happened to my sister and she had to change her code. by Virginia J a
ANSWER: 1. Press and hold the + button. The red light will come on. Keep holding the + button and press the - button until the red light flashes. Release both buttons and it should flash 2 times and stay on. You are now in program mode. <br /><br />2. Push the button you want to program. The red light will blink once and stay on. <br /><br />3. Enter the 9 digit code combo of +, -, or 0. Write down the 9 digit code for future reference. <br /><br />4. If a valid code is entered it will blink twice. <br /><br />5. Program the other buttons if needed the same way. <br /><br />When done the red light will go out eventually when the programing mode tines out. <br /><br />Now you have to program the wall unit. <br /><br />1. Press and release the small hole on the front of the wall unit. Below the "stop" button The work light and red button on the back of the opener will turn on. <br /><br />2. Press and hold the button on the transmitter. When learned by the opener the work light and the red light on the opener will go out. <br /><br />It may seem complicated but keep trying. It does work. by Gregory C a
QUESTION: How do I reprogramme this unit? by None N 1/9/2015
ANSWER: The original garage door unit came with a code. It has a pattern of + and - symbols. Your garage door unit. You have to use THAT pattern to program it with the other openers you have. <br />If you do not have that original coded pattern, you may want to contact the place where you first purchased your door opener. by Deb M a
ANSWER: Ask a tech savvy young friend to do it for you. It worked for me. by Maxine Z a
QUESTION: what is the recommended battery number? by None N 12/12/2014
ANSWER: The transmitter uses 2 CR3032 3-volt batteries. by DAVID C a