A blog article about how Liftmaster got involved in giving their customers a replacement code to the new Garage Door Opener if they forget the original code after using it even once. In addition, they have implemented a code that lasts ten years and no need to grab maps like those of the old days!
What is Happening with the Door Code
Code change is underway for Liftmaster garage door openers that include a Chamberlain MyQ product. The new code will be sent to your Chamberlain MyQ device and will need to be entered in order to operate the door. If you have not yet received the new code, please visit www.liftmaster.com/myq for instructions on how to obtain it. If you have already received the new code, do not change it- the existing code will continue to work until your Chamberlain MyQ device is upgraded or replaced.
Why is the Door Code Changing?
We are excited to announce a new code change for the Liftmaster garage door openers. Starting January 1, 2020, the new code will be 9999. This new code will help improve security and add an extra layer of protection for your home. The new code will also help avoid potential conflicts with other smart home devices.
Change your Garage Door Opener Code Now
Garage door openers are one of the most common pieces of equipment in a home. If yours is out of date or not working properly, changing the code on your liftmaster garage door opener can fix the issue. Code change instructions vary depending on the model of liftmaster garage door opener you own, so be sure to read your owner’s manual carefully. Here are general steps for changing your code:
1. Remove the cover on the control unit by unscrewing the four screws that hold it in place. This will expose the buttons and lights on the front of the control unit.
2. Use a voltmeter to test each of the twelve voltdc power lines coming into your control unit. If one or more of these lines are low in voltage, replace that line with a new cord from your electrical supply.
3. Restart your liftmaster garage door opener by inserting all twelve buttons at once and pushing the power button for two seconds. The green light will turn on and you’re ready to change your code!
There is no need to remove anything else from your garage to change your code – simply follow these simple steps and you’ll be up and running again in no
Adding A New Remote Opener to My Account
Adding a new remote opener to my account was very simple. I accessed the online account management page and selected the Add a New Remote Option button. I entered the basic information for the new opener and clicked submit. The new opener was now listed in my account and I could access it using the built-in remote or by using the new remote that I had just added.
If you’ve ever had difficulty changing the code on your Liftmaster garage door opener, this guide is for you. In this article, we’ll walk you through the steps needed to change your code, and provide a few tips along the way so that you don’t experience any difficulties. If you’re having trouble with your current code or if you’d like to add security features to your garage door, read on!