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The Genie Company has a guide for LED lamps that are compatible with their rolling-code Intellicode radio links, found at http://www.geniecompany.com/data/news/press-release_led-replacement-bulb-notice_09-24-2014.pdf, dated 14 September 2014. |-----------|---------------------------------|--------------| | | | ...


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Why can't you install a proper receptacle near the opener? If you don't want to fish cable through the wall/ceiling, you could use conduit run along the surface of the wall/ceiling. Installing a replacement cord on the opener likely voids the warranty, and UL listing of the opener. Using a cord in this manner is also a code violation (according to ...


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Both an extension cord and a properly-installed replacement cord (possible built from an extension cord) are viable, temporary solutions in my experienced but unlicensed opinion. You will not overload a 14 gauge cord with a typical 1/3 or 1/2 hp opener. (I'd avoid the lighter 16 gauge cords even if your current plug cord is 16 gauge--you're adding length.) ...


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Many garage openers and remotes use a standard radio code for communicating, with the ID number programmed by a bank of DIP switches; you just have to set the remote's DIP switches to match the opener's. It sounds like your door, though, works with remotes that each transmits a unique ID, and your opener's controller can be taught that ID. There are, ...


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Good question and a really frustrating situation. We've all been there when we lose a part to something that works fine but is now obsolete and cannot get parts for, easily. As ArchonOSX mentioned, your best bet is to find one on eBay, Craigslist etc. However, you would most likely need to get both the receiver and remote together and make sure they are ...



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