Liftmaster 41A3504 Residential Garage Door Opener Antenna Extension Kit

Liftmaster 41A3504 Residential Garage Door Opener Antenna Extension Kit



Item# 41A3504
$30.00$25.85
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Liftmaster 41A3504 Residential Garage Door Opener Antenna Extension Kit

Use this kit to extend the range of your Liftmaster Garage Door Opener.

Comments / Questions

COMMENT: Review of the same problems we're having with our Liftmaster on Amazon. by Danielle P 6/25/2014
COMMENT: the manual indicated to try this, and it had 5 stars by Bill B 5/21/2014
QUESTION: My main interest is in getting my home link car remotes to work at longer range. Should I mount the antenna low at car level or high on the door for best results? by Ron A 8/21/2014
ANSWER: I've mounted it just over the garage door. I'm not seeing that this antenna is delivery that much more range in general. I suggest experimenting in your garage by having someone hold the antenna in different locations. With RF signals, your environment really skews the outcome. by Rushang S a
ANSWER: I found it worked better the higher I mounted the antenna. I recently moved my antenna from the top of he garage door to the attic above the garage and can open my garage with the home link about 50', but with the remote opener I can open about 75'. It may just depend upon your terrain, my house sits lower in a cul-de-sac so going higher in the garage probably helps. by Dwayne D a
ANSWER: High will allow the antenna to pick up from a farther distance. This worked for me. by James C a
ANSWER: I installed the antenna high on the door but did not help to increase the range. by ROBERTO L a
STAFF ANSWER: This would assist that range. At the very least it would increase your range by 15 feet. Likely much further though. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: I have 3 lw3500 chamberlain openers in a metal pole barn{garage} I can only open the doors right in front of the doors, do I need 3 of these or only 1? by tim m 1/19/2014
ANSWER: You will need 3 and they do help we had the same problem with 5 of our doors by R I a
ANSWER: hi, I used this extension and works great i can open my door from 45 foot away. is really easy to install. by roberto V a
ANSWER: Need one for each opener by J O a
ANSWER: I would start with one. Then go from there. Mine works pretty well. by M I a
ANSWER: You would need one for each opener. by S E a
QUESTION: is unit simple to install myself? by charles s 12/3/2013
ANSWER: I found it quite simple to do. by J O a
ANSWER: pretty simple, good instructions by J I a
ANSWER: Yes - very easy by M A a
ANSWER: Absolutely, cable cutters and a good pair of pliers do the job well. I took my time and even used a longer cable and it took less than 20 minutes. by N I a
ANSWER: Yes. You cut one end of the cable and connect to the antenna on the door opener by twisting the wires together or use an electrical cap that is used to connect wires. The other end involves installing to a good location to receive the car open signal. by M E a
QUESTION: will this work with a craftsman opener? by jim p 8/27/2013
ANSWER: I have a Chamberlain and it works great. If you have a single strand antenna wire hanging down from your opener, this will work. Installation was easy, just follow directions. by K E a
ANSWER: The item is an antenna extender, as long as the antenna on the craftsman opener is one that hangs down you should not have a problem. by James C a
ANSWER: If the garage opener has the antenna wire that hangs down then it should. You will be connecting this coax to that wire. by Dwayne D a
ANSWER: I would think so, but I don't know. As long as the Craftsman operates in the same frequency band as the Liftmaster/Zchamberlain it should work fine. All it does is put a short antenna outside the garage that attaches to the existing antenna via a coax cable. Simple, and works great. by James W a