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LiftMaster TC1 TriCode One-Channel Garage Door and Gate Remote Control

LiftMaster TC1 TriCode One-Channel Garage Door and Gate Remote Control
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Product Description
Control multiple doors from one device with the LiftMaster TriCode garage remote control from North Shore Commercial Door. This simple, streamlined product makes it easy to select your door with a three-position slide switch and 10 dip switches. In addition, it has a red LED indicator light for easy set up and use.

This LIftmaster TC2 TriCode one-channel garage door and gate remote control is being shipped in place of the TC1 model. These two devices are the same except for an extra button on the newer model. You can ask questions about this product from our staff and customers by using the "Questions" feature below.

  • 1-channel remote control
  • Replaces the TC1 model
  • 10 dip switches
  • 3-position slide switch
  • 9V battery included
  • One-year warranty
  • Compatible with multi-code formats
  • Dual frequency capability at 300 MHz and 310 MHz
  • Red LED indicator light

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COMMENT: It matches existing. by Phillip W 1/23/2014
COMMENT: Great pricing and low shipping costs. by Kevin C 1/21/2014
QUESTION: is this 315 megahurtz? by None N 12/27/2013
STAFF ANSWER: The Liftmaster TC1 Remote is 3 different Frequencies, hence the "Tri-Code" name. It works on the following: Multi-Code 300MHz.. Linear Delta3 310MHz. and Stanley 310MHz by Matthew O a
QUESTION: I am looking to replace a Chamberlain TC-1. Is this liftmaster brand the same? by John H 9/25/2013
ANSWER: I have no idea but it worked fine for me and I have a Craftsman opener. My bet would be it will work for you. by Steve N a
STAFF ANSWER: yes. same by Matthew O a
QUESTION: will this remote work with an older liftmaster 1050-9 garage door opener? the original remote has 9 dip switches and a 9-volt battery by Robert S 7/25/2013
ANSWER: I don't believe it will work its frequency does not<br />match,you need 390 or 315 MHz I believe. by FSW C a
STAFF ANSWER: wht is the model on the back of the old remote by Matthew O a
QUESTION: Which model to use for Liftmaster with Orange set button?. by None N 1/20/2013
ANSWER: Do not order a TC!. The correct remore is Liftmaster 1 button CPTK1 by Alan B a
ANSWER: 971LM worked for me. by Steve N a
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