Chamberlain KLIK2U Clicker® Universal Wireless Keyless Entry System

Chamberlain KLIK2U Clicker® Universal Wireless Keyless Entry System



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Product Description

Clicker® Universal Wireless Keyless Entry System KLIK2U

If you need to replace a damaged or non-functioning keyless entry, or just want to complement your existing garage access system, the new Clicker® Universal Keyless Entry is the perfect single-source solution. It is designed to work with a variety of brands of garage door openers to give you convenient, secure access to your garage and home. And as with all our LiftMaster products, delivers the latest technology in security, convenience, and performance.

•Completely wireless – powered by one 9-volt battery (included)

•Single manufacturer/single frequency design – you pick the manufacturer and frequency for the garage door you want to open

•Weatherproof, slide-up protective cover

•Backlit keypad makes numbers easy to see, even in the dark

•Easy to program

•1-year limited warranty

Compatible with the following brands:

•Genie® •Linear/Moore-o-Matic®

•Stanley®

•Overhead Door®

•Wayne-Dalton®

•Craftsman®

•Chamberlain®

•LiftMaster®

•300/310/315/372/390 MHz compatible

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Already have it and have been happy with its performance. This is a replacement for a ten-year-old unit. by Steve G 4/1/2015
COMMENT: Because it is universal and wireless by Lynette A 9/21/2014
QUESTION: is it compatible with ALL Craftsman doors? by Joan R 4/14/2015
QUESTION: how do I program it? by None N 4/5/2015
QUESTION: How do you open the devise? by Tom L 3/7/2015
STAFF ANSWER: Slide the cover straight up. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: will this device work on RSL12v lift master elite sliding gate? by None N 11/1/2014
STAFF ANSWER: What model remotes do you currently use ? I can tell you based on that. by Matthew O a