I just got through installing two new Sears Craftsman garage door
openers to replace the Craftsman openers I installed 30 years ago and
were performing intermittently, stopping or reversing when there were no
apparent overloads to the doors travel.
So, I sprung for two new Craftsman openers and they work slicker than
snot on a brass doorknob.
It was interesting to note how much lighter the main rail and traveling
components have become over that time, but they look like they'll
probably hold up for the rest of my years.
Anyway, the point is that I'm left with four working garage door
One Craftsman 139.53708 One Button Control
One Craftsman 139.53718 Three Button Control
Two Chamberlin Liftsmaster 61LM One button controls
That I'll never need.
These are all the earlier style transmitters with dip switches inside to
set the code.
I'd be happy to give them to folks on this group who could use them. I
think I can mail one or a pair of them in a padded envelope for less
than $5, so if someone wants them just email me after removing the
obvious upper case words from what shows here, and we'll work it out.
(W1BSV + Brass Rat '57 EE)
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