When a garage door opener does not work properly, try to troubleshoot the garage door opener and any access entry devices such as remote control and wall button. A garage door remote is one of the core problems an opener does not work properly. Try to troubleshoot your garage door opener remote by doing simple step such as changing the old batteries with new one. A malfunction remote control is caused by a missing memory on the receiver. Try to program the remote again according the instruction in the manual. Check also the antenna wire alignment and get the proper direction of the antenna wire.
If your garage door remote control still does not work properly, you need to get a new remote to replace the old or broken remote. Garage door opener remote from Stanley, for example, are found online at hardware stores.
Although the Stanley Company has no longer produced garage doors/ garage door openers and accessories related to the opener, you still find some of the accessories such as keypad and remote online. Find the garage door remote from Stanley such as:
- Stanley SecureCode Remote Control Model 5909. This remote opener from Stanley has three buttons remote control transmitter. The remote will operate with all SecureCode garage door openers that work with 310 MHZ frequency. You can operate up to three SecureCode garage door openers. You can program the remote easily by following the step on programming instruction that comes with the remote.
- Stanley SecureCode Mini Remote Control Model 370-3352. Get this mini remote control transmitter as your remote replacement to control all SecureCode garage door openers except the Satnley dip-switch system (digital). This remote will control up to three SecureCode garage door openers that work with 310 MHZ frequency. Program instruction and battery are included as one package of remote purchasing.