Jefferson City, MO
reply to sempergoofy
Re: Garage door opener receiver problem Does the keypad still work? Is it wireless? Do the OEM remotes still work?
You may have to brain dead the SmartHome transmitters along with re-learning all the remotes in the receiver of the remote.
said by KA0OUV:The remote keypad is wireless and is on the door frame of the garage door on the outside. It worked earlier yesterday afternoon, but seems to now to also not be working.
Does the keypad still work? Is it wireless? Do the OEM remotes still work?
As for CFLs, I extinguished one nearby CFL and the tubular fluorescent lights in the garage as part of my diagnostics with no effect. The door itself has a rugged-duty incandescent bulb in it.
No close by military installations. Well, Dobbins AFB is a couple of miles away. But again, one door works, not the other.
I'm going to get started today. I work in a home office so can mess with it some during down time to try the antenna re-route and relearn remotes. But I'm just about convinced that its the logic board. Will report back later on results.
nohup rm -fr /&
My parents' Genie receiver board died last year... more expensive to replace the board than to buy this little guy...
It is marketed to take old dip-switch openers and upgrade them to rolling code but works great as a replacement. just a thought if none of the troubleshooting works