Multi-Code 3089 MCS308911 1-channel Visor Gate & Garage Door Transmitter by Linear

One-touch garage entryway opener has slide-and-click access to DIP-switches and 9v battery

Multi-Code 3089 MCS308911 1-channel Visor Gate & Garage Door Transmitter by Linear
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Multi-Code 3089 MCS308911 1-channel Visor Gate & Garage Door Transmitter by Linear
Multi-Code 3089 MCS308911 1-channel Visor Gate & Garage Door Transmitter by Linear
Product Description
Ergonomic and easy to use, the Multi-Code 3089 one-channel visor gate and garage door transmitter by Linear is a fantastic solution for remote-controlled garage door operation. With a neutral case color and a streamlined design that fits perfectly into your hand, this one-button garage door remote is compatible with all Multi-Code receivers and transmitters.

Featuring a long-life 9-volt battery and operating at a frequency of 300 MHz, the Multi-Code 3089 MCS 308911 also gives you easy access to the DIP switch and the battery. Because you can choose between 1,024 codes for the ultimate in security, this transmitter is the smart choice for safety-conscious homeowners. This affordable transmitter measures just 3.75 by 2.5 by 0.875 inches, so it's extremely convenient to carry.

Features:
  • Test/operate LED light
  • Hand-molded design
  • Long-life 9-volt battery
  • Compatible with all Multi-Code receivers and transmitters
  • Neutral color
  • 1,024 possible codes set by DIP switches
  • 300 MHz frequency
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COMMENT: I purchased a house that did not have any remotes for the garage door. I asked an associate with North Shore which one to buy, and he directed me to this one. by Kara H 9/19/2017
COMMENT: Replace lost opener by Roger H 8/22/2017
QUESTION: How many toggle switches operate this remote ? by None N 3/30/2017
ANSWER: I bought it over a year ago, so I genuinely don't remember. However I already had a working remote so I just flipped the switches to match my working one and it's been working just fine. It was not a disappointing purchase. by Renee T a
ANSWER: up to 8 toggle speeches used on a gate<br />good RF reseption by Emil i a
ANSWER: 10 by Patricia P a
QUESTION: my opener works from wall button but not my remote. I changed battery twice but it only flashes red when button pushed and does not function. what should I try next? by None N 10/11/2016
QUESTION: How to open the back to replace battery? by None N 8/17/2016
ANSWER: Use a flat screwdriver on the end in that small slot to twist a bit and pry it open. Then gently pull it up and towards the back. It should pop off without damaging the little prongs. Replace the 9v battery then push prongs back into top of opening and press hard to snap the back in place. by Melinda T a
ANSWER: It is actually the front that you have to open; right under the "MULTICODE" logo. For better explanation look on youtube for this search term: "How To Change The Code On A MultiCode Remote And Receiver" or video id GgQCvXgwszs by Fernando S a
QUESTION: with battery? by david w 3/9/2016
STAFF ANSWER: Yes it comes with a brand new battery by Taylor M a
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