Have you moved into a new house or misplaced your garage remote control? Perhaps the remote is malfunctioning or you want to erase the code on your keyless entry keypad? Resetting your garage door opener and other devices linked to it can help solve these problems. The exact method might vary from one brand of garage opener to another. Not to worry though, we’ll take you through a simple general process you can use to reset a garage door.
Here’s what you will need to get the job done:
Step-by-Step Guide on how to reset a garage door
Resetting allows you to delink a remote control or keypad from the garage opener. You might want to do this if you have misplaced your remote, want to deactivate a remote from opening your garage, or need to change your keypad pin code. Once you do so, you can program the control or keypad for convenient opening and closing of your garage door.
Follow these easy steps to reset your garage door either from the opener unit or control panel.
Reset Garage Door Using The Opener Unit
There are two ways to go about the resetting process. You can do it using the garage opener unit, which hangs over your garage. Alternatively, you may use a separate door control panel if you have one of these. Below are the steps for delinking a remote or keypad using the opening unit:
Step 1. Locate the LEARN button
- Inside newer garage opening units is a button labeled ‘Home’ or ‘Learn’, which plays an important role in resetting and programming…