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Chamberlain 750CB Single-Button Remote Control Garage Door Opener

Chamberlain 750CB Single-Button Remote Control Garage Door Opener
Chamberlain 750CB Single-Button Remote Control Garage Door Opener
Chamberlain 750CB Single-Button Remote Control Garage Door Opener
Chamberlain 750CB Single-Button Remote Control Garage Door Opener
Chamberlain 750CB Single-Button Remote Control Garage Door Opener
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The 750CB has been discontinued. The 61LM will be sent as a replacement.
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Product Description
Replacing an older-model Chamberlain garage door opener remote has never been this easy. The Chamberlain 750CB single-button remote control garage door opener is easy to use and easy to program, and you can use it to open and close a single garage door. It works well when used as a second or third garage door opener for other members of your household, as well.

The Chamberlain garage door remote, model 750CB, is compatible with non-Security+ garage door openers. Its DIP switches give you more than 19,000 digital code possibilities per channel for added safety and security; there are nine switches inside, and each has three positions. A red LED light just above the control button indicates the battery strength and signals that you've sent a transmission. This remote includes a 12-volt battery for long-lasting power.

If your garage door opener has a green "Learn" button, which means it operates on a 390 MHz frequency, this simple Chamberlain garage door remote will work with your unit. Because it's small and convenient, it's easy to attach to your car's sun visor or slip into a pocketbook. This Chamberlain 750CB single-button remote control garage door opener gives you the versatility you need and allows you to control your garage without getting out of your car, which is particularly helpful on rainy and cold days.

The Chamberlain 750CB single-button remote control garage door opener might be the right choice for you if:
  • You only need to operate one garage door
  • You value the security and protection that its 9 DIP switches can provide
  • Your garage door opener's motorhead has a green "Learn" button or you know that it operates on a 390 MHz frequency
  • You want something simple, compact and easy to operate
DIMENSIONS:
  • LENGTH: 3-1/2 INCHES
  • WIDTH: 3/4 INCH
  • HEIGHT: 1-5/8 INCHES
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COMMENT: I HAVE A CUSTMER DOOR REMOTE IS NOT WORKING THE DOOR WORKING <br />FINE SO I LOOK THREW AMAZON AND I FIND IT NOW I CAN LOOK THREW MY <br />NEXT PROBLEM THANKS by johnson P 4/13/2017
COMMENT: Easy to find my exact 25 year old opener. Free Shipping! by Gary B 2/5/2017
QUESTION: I have a 750CB remote but my learn button is red, will this remote still work? by greg m 10/17/2016
STAFF ANSWER: It will not that remote works for the green learn button. by Taylor M a
ANSWER: Did u open the inside and set all the numera to match your old remote?<br />Then on the ceiling mount you press the button towards the rear of the unit .<br />Get down from the ladder and give it a click! It should work! by Jeanne F a
QUESTION: I have a 61lm unit but I have a difficult time making full contact when I press the button. Can this be remedied or do I need a new unit? by None N 3/25/2016
ANSWER: I have had problems over the years, and have tried several ways to build up on parts that are activated when you push to activate. Some have lasted a short period, but none can be better than purchasing a new unit that will last several years depending upon the frequency of use. I have six doors in service and that is my recommendation. Claude by Claude T a
ANSWER: We tried new batterues for a long time<br />that was not the problem . We were long overdue fior a new remote! It makes such a difference! I bough two new ones, and they work great! Well worth the money!? by Jeanne F a
QUESTION: I need a model 750 garage door remote replacement, can you assist me? by gary w 2/27/2016
ANSWER: I had a really old garage door Chamberlain model circa 1990 or 1991 for one big door. The 750CB did the job. I don't know what else to tell you. by Thomas L a
ANSWER: Very easy to program, just match switches inside the little replacement to match the numbers in the opener power box mounted overhead in enclosing opener motor.<br />You shouldn't have any trouble at all. by John A a
ANSWER: Simply do as I did. Just order a Chamberlain 750CB Single-Button Remote Control Garage Opener from North Shore Commercial Door. You will get it in just a few days and it will have instructions on how to program it. Easy peasy - nothing to it! by Ottis C a
ANSWER: Gary:<br /><br />Northshore does have that remote. Just order from their website and it is shipped promptly. I thought I had to locate someone locally to help with a replacement until I stumbled across this company. Great experience for me… good luck. by Jim W a
QUESTION: how do you program a chamberlin 750c remote opener? by jim h 1/15/2016
STAFF ANSWER: <a href="https://sep.yimg.com/ty/cdn/yhst-16416632405890/750CB-753CB-756CBinstructionManual.pdf?t=1575726869&" target="_blank">http://lib.store.yahoo.net/lib/yhst-16416632405890/750CB-753CB-756CBinstructionManual.pdf</a> by Taylor M a
ANSWER: Hold the remote up close to the motor of the garage opener. While holding the remote there, press the smart button on the back of the motor and press the button of the remote at the same time. The red button on the remote will blink slowly for a second or two then will start blinking quickly. At that point, it has been programmed!! The remote should then be able to operate the garage door opener. by Ottis C a
ANSWER: On the hand held transmitter open the cover with a small Philips screwdriver. study the position of the little sliding switches, then go to the receiver on the power unit and remove the cover. Then locate a similar set of little sliding switches. Now set the sliding switches exactly alike on the power unit and the hand held transmitter. you can use any position you care to but bot sets of the switches must be identical for the system to operate. there should be 9 switches to set. This works for me. Good luck! by Claude T a
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