Keystone Heddolf P220-1KA One Button Gate & Garage Door Remote

Keystone Heddolf P220-1KA One Button Gate & Garage Door Remote

Item# P220-1KA
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Product Description

Create a simple, streamlined solution for your home with this Keystone remote from North Shore Commercial Door. The Keystone Heddolf P220-1KA garage door opener remote works with Allstar and GTO/Mighty Mule remotes and receivers, making it a great option for many homeowners. Plus, the easy one-button setup is a favorite among our customers since it makes it easier than ever to get instant access to your garage or storage space. The remote is a nine dip switch, three-position 318 MHz model.

This Keystone Heddolf P220-1KA remote is available online today. If you're unsure about compatibility or simply want more details about this model's specifications, see our "Comments/Questions" section below. You can check out previous queries or submit your own with the "Ask a Question" button.

This Keystone remote is compatible with the following models:
  • Allstar 9931T
  • Allstar 9931MT
  • GTO RB741
  • GTO RB742
  • GTO RB743
  • Transmitter Solutions model Firefly 318ALD31K
  • Transmitter Solutions model Stinger 318ALD31V

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: To replace an old one that broke. by Shipping D 10/2/2014
COMMENT: Compatible with gate by Janet N 8/18/2014
QUESTION: is this compitable with Allstar MVP190-110548 Receiver? by None N 9/25/2014
ANSWER: I do not know. I searched this site for for another remote to match the one I had. the site seems to have good information for their products ask them. by Michael D a
ANSWER: I use my gate opener with a different brand gate but if you get the correct frequency and set digital codes corresponding to your gate/door receiver code settings it should work. It's the frequency and code settings which determine compatibility. by Robert B a
ANSWER: Probably -- but I no longer have access to the receiver I had when I ordered the product -- given the price of the remote I'd buy it!! by Sam B a
STAFF ANSWER: Yes, it will work with that receiver. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Is it unusual to have them stop working after a year. I replaced the battery and that didnt help. Also one of them didnt work when it was new right out of the box? by Liz M 4/28/2014
STAFF ANSWER: Your receiver is probably bad and needs replaced. Receiver that goes with this remote is the Model P294-1ka 318MHz with 9 dip switches. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Is this transmitter compatable with my gate Receiver Keystone Model ER294\ by None N 4/16/2014
ANSWER: We are very pleased with our remote. Far more reasonable than what our installer charges us. We do not have a box to let us in so now every one in the family has a remote. Works great and is the same one we had.<br /><br />Thank you,<br /><br />Leo by Leo L a
ANSWER: yes by James J a
ANSWER: Unable to answer - don't have access to my receiver by Sam B a
ANSWER: It works just like the original one and we thank u again for your assistance. by Carolyn a a
STAFF ANSWER: Nope. it works with Receiver Model p294 that is 318Mhz. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Hi, <br />my device just has P220-1 no KA after the -1 . Is it the same remote. if it is how do I program it<br /><br />thanks by Cate B 4/1/2014
STAFF ANSWER: p220 and p220-1 and p220-1ka are the same thing. They can all work with eachother on the same system. by Matthew O a
ANSWER: Assuming they are the same device even though the model designator is different, you open the face cover and push the switches 1-9 to mate with the receiever's settings i.e. 2 up 2 down 5 center. Each switch has three positions up, center or down. The switches on the remote must match those on the receivers device or it will not function.<br />Hope this helps. by J O a
ANSWER: I can't say whether the "KA" is the same as yours but I would expect that if you've got the correct frequency that it is. As for setting the code it's merely a matter of setting the dip switches in the new unit to match the settings in the old. by Robert B a
ANSWER: When you open the battery compartment, you will see a row of small switches. Move the position of the switches on the new remote to that of the old remote. That should do it. Once you get the new remote working, make sure you change the switches on the old remote to something else before you throw it away. If you don't, someone can find it in your trash and use the code to gain access to your stuff.<br /><br />Hope this helped. by Kirk T a