Overhead Door ® / Genie garage door opener OCDT-1 CodeDodger ®

Overhead Door ® / Genie garage door opener OCDT-1 CodeDodger ®

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Overhead Door Remote Model OCDT1 Has been replaced with the Genie Model: G1T-BX that is shown in the pictures below the old style remote. The Default Picture of the Original Model is specifically shown for visual replacement purposes. When ordering on this ad we are selling and shipping the Genie Labeled Model G1T-BX
Item# O1T-BX
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
The popular Overhead Door OCDT-1 CodeDodger garage door opener remote control has been replaced at North Shore Commercial Door with the one-button Genie G1T. This remote is designed for garage door opener systems operating at 390MHz and 315Mhz that also Utilize CodeDodger or Intellicode security. Note that customers who order an Overhead Door garage door opener OCDT1 remote will receive the G1T-BX remote as a direct replacement. G1T Model remotes are labeled as Genie brand remotes, but Genie and Overhead Door are the same company and their parts are interchangeable. All G1T-BX remotes can serve as replacement remotes for residential Overhead Door Co 390MHz garage door opener systems from 1995 to present. The CodeDodger Access Security System is a digital code changing system on Overhead Door garage door openers designed to prohibit thieves from grabbing the radio signal that opens your garage door. The access security system eliminates the need to set a security code when a garage door opener is installed and all remotes come with their own continually changing access codes. Access codes are automatically changed each time the remote controller is activated and the remote will not respond to the same access code more than once. When you program the remote it stays in sync with the receiver and the will work as the internal memory code is ""Rotating"".

Compatible replacement remote control for the following models:
  • OCDT-1
  • OCDT-2
  • OCDT-3
  • GIC90-3
  • GIT-1
  • GIT-2
  • GIT-3
  • OCDT-1
  • OCDT-2
  • OCDT-3
  • ACSCTG Type 3, ACSGT, ACSGT Type 3
  • ACSCTO Type 1

Compatible Models:
  • Flash Light Remote – OCDFT-1
  • Keychain – OCD390-4
  • 1 Button – OCDT-1
  • 2 Button – OCDT-2
  • 3 Button – OCDT-3
  • Wireless Keypad – OWKP

FCC ID: B8QACSCT, Series II Electronics. A 12V battery, visor clip and instructions are included.

Comments / Questions

COMMENT: It appears to be what I need for my system - reasonable price and no tax.<br /><br />Thank you by Linda B 7/25/2016
COMMENT: I previously had the Overhead Remote but it's worn out and I wanted to replace it. by BEATRICE S 7/25/2016
QUESTION: how do I know which door opener to order? by Gerri B 7/24/2016
QUESTION: how to program remote control OCDT-1 CodeDodger? by Barbara B 7/11/2016
STAFF ANSWER: <a href="http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/yhst-16416632405890/G1t-BX-Manual.pdf#_ga=1.233142875.453626176.1467309363" target="_blank">http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/yhst-16416632405890/G1t-BX-Manual.pdf#_ga=1.233142875.453626176.1467309363</a> by Taylor M a
QUESTION: How do i get a new garage door opener. the one i have is worn out? by Garry v 7/11/2016
ANSWER: i ordered an identical model replacement. came with easy instructions to program and it's working perfect. by miguel d a
ANSWER: i just shopped on line and found this sight. I compared the one I was going to replace with what was available and matched it. The replacement was smaller than the one I had, but was priced right and worked very well. Still works. I would use this sight again. by Linda W a
ANSWER: Garry I bought a townhouse and the remote I was giving was worn out. I was a little apprehensive of buying a new one online as opposed to getting it through a distributor. By the look of things that's exactly the remote I had. The remote worked seamlessly and is sleeker to boot. hope this helps you out.<br /><br />Bryant by Bryant D a
QUESTION: I need another door remote but the model number does not match yours. Will it work? by Pat T 7/9/2016
ANSWER: It works but not as well as the big one. Sometimes you have to hold it for 30 seconds to get it to open. It's always works if you are in the garage. I would try to find the big one. by David B a
ANSWER: My replacements have worked perfectly. by Kathy N a
ANSWER: Yes by Quintan T a
ANSWER: You still have to program it to work with the opener, but the genie remotes work. They don't have quite the same range as the larger Overhead remotes but they did work with my opener by Kenny M a