|Item Weight||1.44 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 1 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||375LM|
|Batteries||1 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Battery Cell Type||Lithium Ion|
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Liftmaster 375LM Remote Clicker Universal Remote
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- Stanley from 1998 to Present; Overhead Door CodeDodger 2005 to Present
- Compatible with Chamberlain Craftsman Liftmaster; Genie Intellicode 1995 to Current
- Linear/Moore-o-Matic from 1997 to Present; Wayne-Dalton from 1999 to Present
- Remote, Visor Clip, Battery and Programming Instructions Included.
- Compatible keypad: 387LM
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The Liftmaster 375 LM Universal Remote is compatible with the following brands: Genie Intellicode 1995 to Present, Linear/Moore-o-Matic from 1997 to Present, Stanley from 1998 to Present, Overhead Door CodeDodger 2005 to Present, Wayne-Dalton from 1999 to Present, Craftsman, Chamberlain, LiftMaster, 300/310/315/372/390 MHz compatible, Not compatible with garage door openers manufactured by Marantec, Hormann, or Napoleon Lynx. Identical to Chamberlain Clicker Transmitter Universal Garage Door Remote Control #KLIK1U.
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I was able to get this remote programmed with my garge door opener and our gate fairly qwickly. The problem is, as other reviews have stated, the transmitter is way too weak. When using this to open the gate, we have to pull all the way up to the gate (like within a foot or two). We must then remove the transmitter from the visor and roll down the car window and point it at the reciever for the gate. I would estimate the range from the transmitter to the reciever to be under 10 feet.
Finally, this takes the oversized watch style battery (3032 or something like that). I would accept the additional size and weight if it accepted 9 volt or AA/AAA batteries.
If like me, you need a remote for different door/gate types this may be one of your only options. Just be aware that the range on this transmitter is not good.
My 1-star rating also is based upon the fact that the remote I received isn't the same as the photo in the advertisement, albeit, I could really care less what it looks like as long as it works. Nevertheless, the model number appears to be the same.
What I'm most frustrated with is the instruction manual on this little gem and how the remote I received, is made. #ErgonomicFail!
I'm sorry, but the only risk of "serious injury or death!" I can ascertain, is the the fact that I nearly killed myself trying to open the remote to ensure there was indeed a battery in there.
After slicing my finger open, to find the remote guts were in tact and it did contain the right battery, my frustration nearly got the best of me. I, however, put the hammer and Vodka away long enough to realize if I care enough about getting my $15.00 back, I'd need this box of death in one piece. Seriously though - a 9 month old baby could get the cap off of a child-proof prescription in half the time it took to separate the top and bottom pieces of the remote I was sent, which again, doesn't match the photo given for this product here.
In any event, I am going to return this, right after I make sure my surprise laceration didn't leave any skin cells and blood on the clicker.
Sorry, folks, but it may be better to submit an inquiry directly with the manufacturer of your garage door system before purchasing a "universal" remote.
It was very easy to program. Our garage door opener has a purple learn button. I hit the little button under the batter cover of this device, hit the learn button, clicked the button I wanted to associate with our door three times and the garage door opener clicked letting me know it was correct. Hit the little button inside the battery cover to store the code and it has been working great ever since.
We are able to engage the door from as far away as the neighbors driveway in a typical suburban housing track built in the 70's. This gives us plenty of time for the door to be up far enough to just pull right in.
I would buy this again and I would suggest it to friends.