Q: How do I erase the function button codes on the universal garage door opener?

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How do I erase the function button codes on the universal garage door opener?

The Universal Garage Door Opener comes with a control panel with programmable function keys. These keys can be erased at any time. To erase the Function button codes.

  1. Hold down the two outside Function buttons.

  2. When you see the lights flashed, the buttons are erased.

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