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Skylink 89 Universal Garage Door Keypad

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  • Operates most national brand garage door openers since 1975 (see compatibility chart).
  • Wireless system that provides the convenience of entry into your garage without the use of a remote or keys.
  • Standard soft-key back-lit keypad. Two 3V lithium batteries included.
  • 1-year warranty.
  • Note: Model 89 is not compatible with "Securecode" manufactured by Stanley®.
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Product Description

Operates most national brand garage door openers up to 2002. Wireless system that provides the convenience of entry into your garage without the use of remotes or keys. Please refer to compatibility chart to make sure your garage door openers is compatible.

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Operates most national brand garage door openers up to 2002. Wireless system that provides the convenience of entry into your garage without the use of remotes or keys. Please refer to compatibility chart to make sure your garage door openers is compatible.

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Technical Details

Part Number 89
Item Weight 2.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 1.2 x 2.2 x 6 inches
Item model number 89
Batteries 2 Lithium Metal batteries required. (included)
Style Keypad
Item Package Quantity 1
Coverage 100 Feet
Batteries Included? Yes
Batteries Required? Yes
Average Battery Life 4500 hours
Warranty Description 1 year

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ASIN B0095FUCX6
Customer Reviews
2.9 out of 5 stars 809 customer reviews

2.9 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #7,677 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#74 in Home Improvement > Building Supplies > Building Materials > Doors > Garage Doors, Openers & Parts > Keypads & Remotes
#625 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
International Shipping This item can be shipped to select countries outside of the U.S. Learn More
Date First Available September 11, 2012

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Compatible Brand Chamberlain, Sears, Lift-Master Billion Code TM Chamberlain, Sears, Lift-Master Security + Chamberlain, Sears, Lift-Master 8/9-DIP Genie/ Mastercraft 9/12-DIP Genie /Overhead Intellicode
Year 1993 - 1997 1997-2002 1983-1992 Since 1983 1993-2010
Frequency 390MHz 390MHz 390MHz 390MHz 390MHz
Compatible Brand Linier / Moore-O-Matic DT Linear MegaCode Martec/Teckey Multi-Code Pulsar/ Allstar / Allister Stanley DIP
Year Since 1975 Since 1985 Since 1993 Since 1976 Since 1985 Since 1976
Frequency 310MHz 318MHz 300MHz 300MHz 318MHz 310MHz

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Style Name: Keypad Verified Purchase
Horrible... do not buy. This may be the most inexpensive wireless keypad for sale on Amazon but often there's a reason that something is the cheapest... Programmed and installed the keypad without a problem, instructions aren't very well written but if you are capable you'll figure out the programming. I programmed this keypad correctly and it opened and closed the garage door several times. After a few days of use, it began to function like the keypad was sending the open/close signal multiple times. The garage door would begin to open or close, then stop after about 12 inches of travel and then reverse. After a few attempts the door would eventually open. After a few more days, the keypad would not send a signal on the first or second attempt and would then open the door. Wanting to give the product the benefit of the doubt I cleared programming on the opener and reprogrammed all remotes. Keypad worked great again... for a few days... then the same issues began again. i logged onto Amazon to submit for a return only to find that my return window through Amazon closed on 12-2... I was logging in on 12-3... bummer... Per the instructions and manufacturer website there is a one year warranty on this item so I contacted the manufacturer directly to submit for return and was told that yes, I could send it in for evaluation... by shipping to their offices in Canada... which would cost about twice as much as the amount I would be credited. Pretty solid business model... Make a cheap opener and ship a bunch to the USA that will work ok for some but not for others. For the ones that don't work, it's too costly to send it back so no need to replace or credit. Buyers beware. Spend a few dollars more for a known brand that is in the US and will actually honor their warranty.
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Have a Craftsman 1/2HP Garage Door Opener model 139.53970SRT manufactured 9/2000 with 'RED' learn button and no DIP switches. 3/2011 purchased the Skylink 69P remote to replace our 2nd Craftsman remote (model 139.53859) which was damaged beyond repair. Was able to successfully get the Craftsman opener programmed for the Skylink 69P, but was NOT able to successfully add the still working Craftsman remote (139.53879) at the same time. Was able to program the Craftsman opener to 'learn' the Craftsman remote, or the Skylink 69P, but not both at the same time. We need two functional remotes. Called and discussed issue with Skylink customer service. They agreed that this has been a problem with some Craftsman openers. Don't know why. I wish this issue had been included in the product description so it wouldn't have been a surprise. Skylink assured me that the Craftsman opener would successfully operate with 'two' Skylink remotes. So, I purchased a second Skylink 69P to replace the still functioning Craftsman remote. Was SUCCESSFUL in getting Craftsman opener to 'learn' and operate with both Skylink 69P remotes. Total cost of two Skylink 69P remotes is slightly less than cost for one Craftsman remote. All is well that ends well.
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I bought this for an old genie opener from the mid 90s.
The good: It works. The programming instruction is clear and easy to follow. I prefer these kind of jumper settings, rather than the "clicker" where you pressed buttons in certain sequence to program. The unit is small and light, can put in pocket.

The bad: The mounting bracket is not that useful and I can live without it. I also notice the lag time and takes a while for me to get used to. Range is minimal, as expected in universal remote of this size. And is anyone going to make a multi-button portable universal remote? (not the clicker..)

Bottom line: For the price this is a good deal. It advertises that it supports a wide range of models. It is a great replacement or secondary remote.
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I didn't have any trouble following directions and configuring this device for my garage door (one of them). So of course it worked right away, and I was happy. A little while later I wanted to demonstrate it for someone else, to confirm that it did indeed work. Oops, demo failed! Try again. So I put it away saying I need to check the config. Tried it again a day later (without any re-config), it worked. Then didn't. It seems to be sending a signal (the led is flashing), so I suspect that the electronics is faulty, causing it to send incorrect signals with some randomness.

So no excuses, no support calls, this is now classified as a junk product. It should just work, the way my regular door openers work, and the cars (homelink) work, every time without fail.
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Well, where do I begin. Lets see, in August 2010 I went to Lowes, Home Depot, Wall-Mart, Target, Sears, and several Hardware Stores, looking for a universal garage door remote control for my 1980 Stanley garage door opener. I was told that I won't find it due to the age of the model. They were right, not even a universal control was made. But then I went to ACE Hardware, and they was the only place that helped me research remote controls online. They have remote controls through SkyLink so they gave it a shot. I found what I was looking for but unfortunately they could not order it for me because that particular type was not contracted through ACE? So I went home and placed the order online and it actually worked out better because it was much cheaper through Amazon. I have to say that the remote control was easy to program and I have not had any problems to date. I will be ordering a second one soon. Thank you, SkyLink for making remote controls for much older model garage door openers.
Sincerely,
Victor
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