Skylink 69P Universal Garage Door Remote Control
Amazon Price: $26.99 $12.76 You save: $14.23 (53%). (as of November 21, 2014 7:46 am –
Operates most national brand garage door openers up to 2004 ( Small enough for carrying in a pocket or purse. Fits in any new car remote housing compartment. Ideal for convertibles, motorcycles and bicycles. Operating range of 100 feet and more. 12-volt alkaline battery included. FCC/IC approved. One year warranty. Mounting bracket included.
Product Dimensions: 2 x 1 x 0.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces
Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Item model number: 69N
Batteries: 1 12V batteries required. (included)
Skylink 69P works with Craftsman Garage Opener but not with another Craftsman remote.
Have a Craftsman 1/2HP Garage Door Opener model 139.53970SRT manufactured 9/2000 with ‘RED’ learn button and no DIP switches. 3/2011 purchased the Skylink 69P remote to replace our 2nd Craftsman remote (model 139.53859) which was damaged beyond repair. Was able to successfully get the Craftsman opener programmed for the Skylink 69P, but was NOT able to successfully add the still working Craftsman remote (139.53879) at the same time. Was able to program the Craftsman opener to ‘learn’ the Craftsman remote, or the Skylink 69P, but not both at the same time. We need two functional remotes. Called and discussed issue with Skylink customer service. They agreed that this has been a problem with some Craftsman openers. Don’t know why. I wish this issue had been included in the product description so it wouldn’t have been a surprise. Skylink assured me that the Craftsman opener would successfully operate with ‘two’ Skylink remotes. So, I purchased a second Skylink 69P to replace the still functioning Craftsman remote. Was SUCCESSFUL in getting Craftsman opener to ‘learn’ and operate with both Skylink 69P remotes. Total cost of two Skylink 69P remotes is slightly less than cost for one Craftsman remote. All is well that ends well.
great replacement remote
I bought this for an old genie opener from the mid 90s.
The good: It works. The programming instruction is clear and easy to follow. I prefer these kind of jumper settings, rather than the “clicker” where you pressed buttons in certain sequence to program. The unit is small and light, can put in pocket.
The bad: The mounting bracket is not that useful and I can live without it. I also notice the lag time and takes a while for me to get used to. Range is minimal, as expected in universal remote of this size. And is anyone going to make a multi-button portable universal remote? (not the clicker..)
Bottom line: For the price this is a good deal. It advertises that it supports a wide range of models. It is a great replacement or secondary remote.
This product works perfectly for my old Stanley Vemco 310 frequency door opener. Great product but a bit flimsy and the screws are very small so you may need to "upgrade" them for installation – meant for screwing into wood, but you can deal with that easily and retrofit a bit (or not). Works great.
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