Raynor 310MHz Flitestar & R-Series Garage Door Opener Remote

Raynor 310MHz Flitestar & R-Series Garage Door Opener Remote
Item# Raynor-310
$35.00$25.00
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Compatible with numerous older model garage units, the Raynor 310MHz Flitestar and the R-Series garage door opener remote provides reliable operation for system using a Linear Delta-3 receiver. For enhanced security, the Raynor garage door opener provides 256 selectable codes, which are set by eight dip switches. When programming, it's important to make sure the remote's dip switch code is identical to the code of the receiver. The receiver and remote codes should be recoded before operation, and factory codes should be avoided to prevent duplicate coded systems. To ensure correct testing and operation, the remote is equipped with an indicator LED light.

The 310 MHz Raynor garage door opener is compatible with numerous R-Series models, including R110/210, R120/220, R130/230, R150/250, R160/260 and R170/270 garage door operators. Powered by a 9V battery, the 310 MHz garage door opener comes with a removable visor clip for convenient vehicle mounting.
  • Compatible with Flitestar and the R-Series garage door systems
  • Activates one Linear Delta-3 receiver
  • 256 selectable codes
  • 310 MHz frequency
  • Removable visor clip included

Comments / Questions

COMMENT: These are replacement remotes for an existing system. by Mark B 4/24/2016
COMMENT: I have same product. by arvind p 4/18/2016
QUESTION: Can one purchase electronic eyes safety lasers for a model 130-7 Raynor Garage door opener? by Bruce W 2/14/2016
STAFF ANSWER: What is the Model number on the back of one of the Remotes that are currently in use or that were being using on your Garage door operator ? With that information I can find you the correct safety eyes. by Taylor M a
QUESTION: Old Raynor does this work on all models? by Rosemary T 2/8/2016
ANSWER: It worked for my 30 yr. old garage opener, I just entered the code & put a battery in. by ROSIE O a
REPLY: Thank you by Rosemary T r
ANSWER: I have a 20 year old Raynor with a remote that looks just like this one. Purchased this and it works perfectly. by Carol H a
REPLY: Thank you by Rosemary T r
ANSWER: It worked for me, they have the code settings inside like all the others. by william j a
REPLY: Thank you by Rosemary T r
STAFF ANSWER: What is the Model number on the back of one of the Remotes that are currently in use or that were being using on your Garage door operator ? by Taylor M a
REPLY: Thank you by Rosemary T r
ANSWER: I purchased this for a 25 year old Raynor garage door opener and it works great. by Eduardo A a
REPLY: Thank you by Rosemary T r
QUESTION: i have a raynor flitestar garage door opener serial number 440598, 10/98 and lost remote. i cannot tell the model number of the remote since i have misplaced it! is there a universal remote i can purchase?want to program my lexus auto to open door tom everson manitowish waters wi by None N 8/30/2015
ANSWER: First, you might want to get up on a ladder and check the radio signal receiver that hooks into your present garage motor. Probably in a little box on the unit. You look for the physical buttons pushed either on or off for each number. If those are present, then the Raynor 310 MHx Flitestar should work for you as is worked for me last fall in same situation. If and when you get it, just match its code to your existing system and program your car in the usual way. by john s a
QUESTION: I have Raynor garage door opener, model #120-8 from 1988 - will this remote work? How do do I program remote to door? by Melissa L 6/22/2015
ANSWER: Call Raynor's customer service and ask to be sure. You can probably find out at their web page too. That is what I did. Your garage door is not the same model as mine. by Keith M a
ANSWER: Works fine on a Raynor model # 110-7 from 1977.<br />To program the remote remove the back cover with a Phillips screwdriver and match the 8 switches up or down with the 8 switches already set on the back of your motor. If your motor does not have 8 switches then I doubt it will work. by James T a