Chamberlain/LiftMaster/Craftsman 940EV Garage Door Opener Keypad Entry (Grey) from Chamberlain

Price: $37.00 $36.98
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Product Description

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Manufacturer Description

Get the added convenience of being able to access and control your Chamberlain, Craftsman of LiftMaster Garage Door Opener without using a remote control or key. The Chamberlain 940EV Keyless Entry offers wireless installation and allows use of a 4-number pin security code to open and close your garage door. It is designed for hassle-free wireless installation and programming. Includes a cover for weather protection. Seamlessly fits into any home design.

Product Features

Works with most major brands: Compatible with Chamberlain, LiftMaster and Craftsman garage door openers from 1993 to present (openers with safety sensors). Single-button Closure Temporary Pin Can Be Programmed For Deliveries/guests Easy Installation & Programming Within Minutes Compatible With Any Chamberlain Remote With Safety Sensors From 1993 To Present

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