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Whether you are looking to replace a broken unit or add to your existing one, the Chamberlain Clicker Universal Garage Door Opener Remote Control fits the bill perfectly. It is compatible with a variety of garage door openers. With a dual frequency/dual manufacturer design, you can open two different brand garage doors at the same time with this garage remote control. This Chamberlain remote garage door opener is ideal for families that have multiple cars. It gives everyone in the family an easy and secure access. It works with a single coin cell battery and attaches to the car visor. It is also easy to program and takes a few minutes to set up. This replacement garage door opener remote has a compact design and is simple to operate too with the bright LED light provided. Chamberlain Clicker Remote Control: Replaces your lost garage door opener remote control or adds an extra remote to your multi-car family Operates 1 or 2 garage doors/gates, even if they are different brands Chamberlain remote garage door opener attaches to your car visor Long-life lithium battery included Compatible with Genie, Linear/Moore-o-Matic, Stanley, Wayne-Dalton, Craftsman, Chamberlain and LiftMaster openers Chamberlain Clicker Universal Garage Door Opener Remote Control has a 1-year limited warranty Sleek design Replacement garage door opener remote is eco-friendly Bright LED light Genie(r) Linear/Moore-o-Matic(r) Stanley(r) Overhead Door(r) Wayne-Dalton(r) Craftsman(r) Chamberlain(r) LiftMaster(r) 300/310/315/372/390 MHz compatible


Whether you are looking to replace a broken unit or add to your existing one, the Chamberlain Clicker Universal Garage Door Opener Remote Control fits the bill perfectly. It is compatible with a variety of garage door openers. With a dual frequency/dual manufacturer design, you can open two different brand garage doors at the same time with this garage remote control. This Chamberlain remote garage door opener is ideal for families that have multiple cars. It gives everyone in the family an easy and secure access. It works with a single coin cell battery and attaches to the car visor. It is also easy to program and takes a few minutes to set up. This replacement garage door opener remote has a compact design and is simple to operate too with the bright LED light provided.


Breadcrumb Navigation Home > Parts & Support > How do I change the battery in a wireless keypad? Print Page Parts & Support Contact Support Thank You Installation Manuals Parts Center Support Videos Remote/Keyless Programming Product Registration How do I change the battery in the keypad? We have several different styles of keypads and therefore the steps on removing the battery cover are different, below are the instructions on how to remove the battery cover for each style. Please keep in mind that it will take quite a bit of force to remove, but do not worry about breaking the battery cover, as it is designed to be removed this way. 740CB/66LM The older style keypad has a screw holding the battery cover in place. You will need a Phillips head screw driver to remove the battery cover, once you remove the battery cover the battery cover should slid off. See below for reference. (940CB, 976LM, and 376LM) The second oldest style keypads have a pin hole at the bottom of the keypad cover, you will have to insert a small Phillips screw driver into the small hole at the bottom of the cover and gently pull outward to loosen and slide the cover down to remove. Below is a picture you can reference. (940D, 940EV, 977LM, 377LM, 877LM, and the 877MAX) The current style keypads have an oval cut out on the top of the battery cover. To remove the battery cover, insert a flat head screw driver in the oval cut out and apply pressure on the screw driver against the battery cover and slide the battery cover down then remove. Below is a picture you can reference.


Parts & Support Contact Support Thank You Installation Manuals Parts Center Support Videos Remote/Keyless Programming Product Registration How do I change the battery in the keypad? We have several different styles of keypads and therefore the steps on removing the battery cover are different, below are the instructions on how to remove the battery cover for each style. Please keep in mind that it will take quite a bit of force to remove, but do not worry about breaking the battery cover, as it is designed to be removed this way. 740CB/66LM The older style keypad has a screw holding the battery cover in place. You will need a Phillips head screw driver to remove the battery cover, once you remove the battery cover the battery cover should slid off. See below for reference. (940CB, 976LM, and 376LM) The second oldest style keypads have a pin hole at the bottom of the keypad cover, you will have to insert a small Phillips screw driver into the small hole at the bottom of the cover and gently pull outward to loosen and slide the cover down to remove. Below is a picture you can reference. (940D, 940EV, 977LM, 377LM, 877LM, and the 877MAX) The current style keypads have an oval cut out on the top of the battery cover. To remove the battery cover, insert a flat head screw driver in the oval cut out and apply pressure on the screw driver against the battery cover and slide the battery cover down then remove. Below is a picture you can reference.


Perfect wireless remote replacement for any remote garage door openers (I attached mine to the inside garage wall to replace two hard wired openers), or perfect inside vehicles to cover two garage doors in one unit. The two doors can be programmed differently and works for almost all door openers. My application was for two 15 year old Stanley garage door openers. Only issue was understanding the number of 'clicks' to input to designate the particular manufacturer one has. When you select one of the unit's switches to program by clicking it, that is one of the clicks the instructions then ask you to repeat for the manufacturer you have (in my case 16 clicks for Stanley). In error I kept putting the 16 clicks in after I clicked the switch I wanted to program (which made the number 17 and it did not work). Once that error was recognized I simply programmed each of the unit's two switches for each of my two door openers by copying the 10-12 'dip switch' settings from each of the original door openers onto the Chamberlain unit's internal 'dip switches' (you repeat this process for each garage door opener). The 10-12 'dip switch' settings are visible on the original garage units or inside the original hand held units (at least for my Stanley products). Entire process took 15 minutes once I wrote down the original door opener 'dip switch' settings. I'm totally satisfied, great for the price, size and utility!


How do I change the battery in the keypad? We have several different styles of keypads and therefore the steps on removing the battery cover are different, below are the instructions on how to remove the battery cover for each style. Please keep in mind that it will take quite a bit of force to remove, but do not worry about breaking the battery cover, as it is designed to be removed this way. 740CB/66LM The older style keypad has a screw holding the battery cover in place. You will need a Phillips head screw driver to remove the battery cover, once you remove the battery cover the battery cover should slid off. See below for reference. (940CB, 976LM, and 376LM) The second oldest style keypads have a pin hole at the bottom of the keypad cover, you will have to insert a small Phillips screw driver into the small hole at the bottom of the cover and gently pull outward to loosen and slide the cover down to remove. Below is a picture you can reference. (940D, 940EV, 977LM, 377LM, 877LM, and the 877MAX) The current style keypads have an oval cut out on the top of the battery cover. To remove the battery cover, insert a flat head screw driver in the oval cut out and apply pressure on the screw driver against the battery cover and slide the battery cover down then remove. Below is a picture you can reference.


We have several different styles of keypads and therefore the steps on removing the battery cover are different, below are the instructions on how to remove the battery cover for each style. Please keep in mind that it will take quite a bit of force to remove, but do not worry about breaking the battery cover, as it is designed to be removed this way. 740CB/66LM The older style keypad has a screw holding the battery cover in place. You will need a Phillips head screw driver to remove the battery cover, once you remove the battery cover the battery cover should slid off. See below for reference. (940CB, 976LM, and 376LM) The second oldest style keypads have a pin hole at the bottom of the keypad cover, you will have to insert a small Phillips screw driver into the small hole at the bottom of the cover and gently pull outward to loosen and slide the cover down to remove. Below is a picture you can reference. (940D, 940EV, 977LM, 377LM, 877LM, and the 877MAX) The current style keypads have an oval cut out on the top of the battery cover. To remove the battery cover, insert a flat head screw driver in the oval cut out and apply pressure on the screw driver against the battery cover and slide the battery cover down then remove. Below is a picture you can reference.