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Compatible Garage Door Opener Remote 390 MHZ 109130-3901

Compatible Garage Door Opener Remote 390 MHZ 109130-3901
Compatible Garage Door Opener Remote 390 MHZ 109130-3901
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Product Description
Heddolf brand remote controls for Overhead Door garage door opener systems are an affordable alternative for homeowners who need a replacement or spare remote. Heddolf remote controls with the part number 390HEDD are designed for 390MHz garage door openers and are compatible with Overhead Door garage door opener remote transmitter part number 109130-3901. These remotes can only be used with garage door openers that operate at a frequency of 390MHz and the Heddolf replacement remote controls will work with nine dip switch Overhead Door garage door openers. Simply set the switches on the Heddolf remote to the same position as the switches on your current remote to allow the Heddolf remote to work on your garage door opener system. If you do not have the old remote, you will need to review the dip switch settings on the garage door opener itself and set the remote switches accordingly.



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COMMENT: My old remote control was not working quite as well. It's difficult to find an old 390 MHz remote with 9 DIP switches for a 1993 garage door opener. This remote control did the job well. by Ray T 7/14/2017
COMMENT: Price and compatibility by Ed B 6/14/2017
QUESTION: I got this to replace my Overhead Door109130-390. I set the 9 pins to match and it doesn't work. My one remaining Overhead door remote does work though. Any suggestions? by Cathy M 12/29/2015
ANSWER: Be extra sure that the dip switches are correctly snapped in place. I had the same problem that we couldn't get remote to open door and we discovered that when I put one dip switch in the middle position, the dip switch did not click correctly in the middle position. After we where sure that all dip switches were seated correctly, the remote worked perfectly for us. by Mathilde T a
ANSWER: You must take your old opener apart and set the new opener keys to exactly the same numbers in the same slots as the old one. by Dennis R a
REPLY: I did that but still no go. by Cathy M r
QUESTION: How many switches does this have? I have an Overhead Door model 455. My remote has 9 switches with each one having 3 positions. by Jeanne M 8/23/2015
STAFF ANSWER: 9 each with 3 positions on each.<br />This is 390Mhz though. Make sure you order the right MHz frequency. by Matthew O a
QUESTION: I have a model 555 overhead door opener. The remote has switches to change codes. Will this work? by Dennis I 3/13/2015
ANSWER: I don't know the model number I replaced but it seemed from my research that as long as the frequency is correct and it has the same number of dip switches it should work. It did for my condo and the condo board sells them for 3 times as much as I was able to buy here. by Keath B a
QUESTION: This should work with my Overhead Door 556, correct? It's the same MHZ and item number but looks different. This one actually looks like a better quality by T H 7/31/2014
ANSWER: It worked fine on my garage door opener by George K a
ANSWER: It worked perfectly with mine. Not sure we have the same model my manual says Overhead Door model 456, but it's the same MHZ 390. by Flavio B a
ANSWER: Thanks! by T H a
ANSWER: Yes I just bought the same transmitter and set the pins and it works great by gary t a
ANSWER: Yes I just bought the same transmitter and set the pins and it works great by gary t a
ANSWER: I have 3 and they work break and yes much better quality and 9v battery. great company to deal with. by William W a