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Chamberlain KLIK1U Clicker Transmitter Universal Garage Door Remote Control
If you need to replace a lost or broken remote control, or just want to complement your existing garage access system, the new Clicker universal remote control is the perfect single-source solution. It is designed to work with a variety of brands of garage door openers to give you convenient, secure, access to your garage and home. With it, you can operate two different garage door manufacturers and/or frequencies at the same time, so it's like having two remote controls in one. A single coin cell battery is included. It is compatible with Genie, Linear/Moore-o-Matic, Stanley, Overhead Door, Wayne-Dalton, Craftsman, Chamberlain, and LiftMaster.
Works with 99.9 percent of garage door openers
Features Smart Learn button
Programs in seconds
Program up to two openers
Design uses less plastic
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147 of 151 found the following review helpful:
Tip for those who complain of short rangeJul 23, 2010
I got mine set up fairly quickly. Didn't work the first time, so I reversed all the switches on the opener and did it again, and that did the trick. But I then found the range to be very short - less than 10 feet - no good! But what I also found was that I was expecting to press the button 16 times for a Stanley opener, yet 14 did the trick (i.e. the door was activated on the 14th press.) 14 is for a multicode (I take that to mean generic.) So I programmed it again, but this time did the full 16 presses, and now my range is very good - along the lines of 100 feet. Also, if you're curious (I was) - how does it control 2 doors with only 1 set of DIP switches? It remembers the settings during activation. So you set it to match one door, do the programming step, then set it to match the switches on your second door and do the programming step for it. Great unit and highly recommend!
118 of 124 found the following review helpful:
Wow! Am I happy!Aug 04, 2008
My Genie opener was installed in 1990, and I had dropped the remote for what turned out to be the last time. I had searched and found out that model remote was no longer made. I took a chance and ordered the Clicker. When the Clicker arrived, I found the reference to my unit. I knew about the DIP switches inside my existing remote, and the Clicker instructions told me to program the DIP switches inside the Clicker just the same. (This is only true for specific models of openers, remotes and year installed - others use the programming button on the receiver). I followed the clear directions: they seemed a bit odd, but I followed them exactly (17 clicks) and voila! ~ the garage door opened! I programmed the other door as well, and now I have one compact remote to open both doors. I cannot believe it took me so long to find the solution, and it took less than five minutes to program the two doors. Wow! Am I happy! The instructions are clear and detailed, and you just need to follow them exactly. I actually missed the first time and simply started over, following more carefully.
20 of 20 found the following review helpful:
Good product, bad instructions for Genie openersNov 21, 2012
By R. Marquez
This product works great but it took me forever to figure out how to program it. The instructions provided did not include accurate descriptions of programming. So here they are:
Genie Promax: Chain Glide 2 --- model: PCG700ML
1. Press and hold the program button on the remote (located inside the battery compartment) until the light on the remote stays on
2. Press the smart learn button located on the garage door opener. A red light should start blinking slowly.
3. Slowly press the desired button (button 1 or 2) until the red light on the opener stops blinking and turns solid red
(should be 5 times).
4. Wait until red light goes off!
5. Press program button on remote (the one inside the battery compartment)
Would have given it 5 stars but would should have taken me 2 minutes, ended up taking me 30 minutes of trial and error.
38 of 43 found the following review helpful:
Worked like a champJan 08, 2010
By E. Lee
This worked like a champ.
There are dip switches and a programmable mode so you can get most (not all) brands programmed into here.
Read the manual before purchasing to find out if you're brand may/may not be supported
As an FYI, the reason I purchased this one is because it covers almost every MHz that is used by garages. I programmed mine for a commercial building that is quite old.
A list of compatible devices included in the manual includes:
Brand / Type or Color of Smart button / years
Linear / Mega-Code / 97-Current
Chamberlin / Orange/Red / 97-03
Chamberlin / Purple / 05-Current
Chamberlin / Green / 93-96
Genie Overhead / Intellicode / 93 - Current
Stanely / Secure Code / 98
Wayne Dalton / Rolling Code 372.5 MHz / 99 - Current
Chamberlin / 9 Position /90 - 92
Brand / Description / Year
Chamberlin / 9 Position (or 9 Position Canada) / 90-92 (83-89 for Canada)
Genie / 12 Position / 85
Linear Multicode / 10 Position / 76
Chamberlin / 8 Position / 83-89
Stanley/Multicode / 10 Position / 76
Genie / 9 Position / 85
Linear Moore-O-Matic / 8 Position / 76
Chamberlin / 7 Position / 83-89
36 of 42 found the following review helpful:
Does have dip switchesApr 19, 2011
By Kelly Daniels
I have a very, very old Genie garage door opener without intellicode.. it requires 390mhz and 12 dip switches. This remote worked with my garage door. The instructions included are very easy to follow.
It is very lightweight (compared to the original remote), and much more compact than the original remote. It will work from across the street (just as the original one did), though I can't comment on whether it works from farther away then that since I have not done any extensive testing. It seems to have a slight delay from when I press the button to when it opens the door - slightly longer than the original remote had, but I can deal with that I guess. I don't know how long the battery lasts, or how sturdy the construction is. It uses one of those coin batteries, not the sort that I'd have laying around the house already... will be a pain if I have to change it often. So far so good, though.
This remote still works, and I have not yet had to replace the battery. I bought this remote in April 2011, and here it is Feb. 2013 and it still works as well as when I bought it. I'm impressed!
We finally had to replace the battery over the summer. It was not working every time we pushed the button, and it would not work from as far away as it used to. Putting in a new battery fixed all the problems. It was a little bit of a pain to get the old battery out, but I managed.
I also want to note that I have dropped this remote several times, a few times on concrete and a few times into wet snow, and the remote did not sustain any noticeable damage. I think it's held up really well. I've updated my review to 5 stars.
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