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Sears Craftsman Compatiable Garage Door Opener Remote
1984-1992 Models

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Product Description
This Sears Craftsman Compatible garage door opener remote is made to work with 1984-1992 models of their garage door openers. It operates at 390 MHZ frequency. Included in the package are a set of 9 three position dip switches, a visor clip and a 12 volt battery. This garage door remote is simple to program by matching the 9 dip switch settings (+/0/-) that are inside the unit with the settings on your old remote control or opener. This remote is also compatible with the Sears Craftsman LiftMaster 66LM wireless keypad, which is the same as model 740CB, 139.53776 and 139.53876. The dimensions are 3 inches by 1.75 inches by .5 inches.

  • 390 MHZ frequency
  • Compatible with 1984-1992 models
  • 1 set of 9 three position dip switches (+/0/-)
  • Easy to program
  • Visor clip and 12V battery included
  • Compatible with LiftMaster wireless keypad model 66LM
  • Dimensions: 3 by 1.75 by .5 inches

  • See the Sears Craftsman Circuit Board and Remote Compatibility Chart for a complete list of Sears Craftsman compatible remotes.

    Compatible Sears Craftsman model numbers for this garage door opener remote are listed below.

    139.5310 139.53100 139.53200 139.53210 139.53300 139.53310 139.53315 139.53400 139.53403 139.53413 139.53500 139.53513 139.53600 139.53601 139.53602 139.53603 139.53604 139.53605 139.53606 139.53607 139.53608 139.53609 139.53610 139.53611 139.53612 139.53613 139.53622 139.53632 139.53639 139.53651 139.53708 139.53718 139.53315SR 139.53415SR 139.53614SR 139.53615SR 139.53618SR 139.53619SR 139.53625SR 139.53632SR 139.53639SR 139.53651 139.53651SR 139.53699SR
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    COMMENT: Appears to be the correct replacement for my old broken remote. I won't know until I try it . Thank goodness somebody has this at a price less than sears $40 !!!! by Tony A 8/15/2017
    COMMENT: lost opener by Ron L 4/16/2017
    QUESTION: I accidently changed the position on my dip switch +/0/-z and now the remote does not work. What should I do? by Nedra W 8/18/2015
    ANSWER: The dip switches on the remote have to be flipped to the same position as the dip switches on the back of the door opener or vice versus. by Jack C a
    ANSWER: The dip switches are made so they can be set to match "your" garage door opener. You have to align the switches on the remote to the same setting as the switches on the opener. You can change them to whatever you want if it's easier - all up, all down, not as secure as a random pattern as long as they match. The switches on your opener depend on the model of your opener but are most likely on the rear. Please note that you should maintain safety procedures if going on a ladder to look at the opener. :- by Carrie B a
    QUESTION: Date: 04/99 139.53681 HBW1255 Need Sears garage door opener remote 1997-99...please let me know which model to purchase for garage door opener. Do you still have this remote? by None N 7/7/2014
    ANSWER: how to found the learn button it not on the front by the light or the back to program the new remotes by b v a
    STAFF ANSWER: No you need the liftmaster 971LM by Matthew O a