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Liftmaster Sears Chamberlain Remote Control Transmitter 61LM

Liftmaster

PART NUMBER: LM-61

Old Part Number: 61LM ( also 61WD )

Liftmaster Sears Chamberlain Remote Control Transmitter 61LM

This original equipment replacement part is for chamberlain, craftsman, lift-master, sears, master mechanic, and Wayne Dalton garage door openers built between 1984 and 1992.

Old part numbers for the 61LM remote

  • Liftmaster part numbers 50LM, 53LM, 54LM, 61LM, 62LM, 63LM, 64LM
  • Chamberlain part numbers 50, 53, 54, 750CB, 753CB, 756CB
  • Sears craftsman part numbers 139.53100, 139.53200, 139.53300, 139.53400, 139.53500, 139.53600, 139.53110, 139.53210, 139.53310, 139.53610, 139.53315, 139.53315SR, 139.53403, 139.53413, 139.53415SR, 139.53513, 139.53602, 139.53603, 139.53605, 139.53606, 139.53607, 139.53608, 139.53609, 139.53611, 139.53612, 139.53613, 139.53614SR, 139.53615SR, 139.53618SR, 139.53619SR, 139.53622, 139.53625SR, 139.53632, 139.53632SR, 139.53639, 139.53639SR, 139.53651, 139.53651SR, 139.53699SR, 139.53708, 139.53718, 139.53758, 139.53778, 139.53778, 139.536006, 139.536036
Includes:
  • Remote control
  • Visor clip
  • Battery
  • Instructions
Features:
  • Red LED light
  • 8 or 9 three position dip switches
  • Frequency 390 MHz
Specifications:
  • Frequency: 390 Mhz
  • Dimensions: 1.5" x 3.5"
  • Battery: 12 volt
  • Model No: 61LM
  • Part No: LM-61
  • Code Set: dip switch
  • Color: Black
  • Manufacturer: Chamberlain
  • Warranty: Mfg 1 year
Compatible with: Liftmaster, Sears, Chamberlain, Master Mechanic, and Wayne Dalton garage door openers built between 1984 and 1992.
  • Liftmaster circuit boards: 41D2737, 41D2742, 41D2745, 41D2835, 41D2951, 41A3039, 41A3040, 41A3063, 41A3066, 41A3090, 41A3519, 41A3519-1, 41A3622, 41A3623, 41A3625, 41A3626, 41A3627, 41A4201, 41A4201-1, 41A4201-4, 41A4201-5, 41A4201-6, 41A4201-6A, 41A4201-7

List of compatible opener models:

For openers manufactured from 1984 - 1989

  • Liftmaster models - 1040, 1045, 1046, 1050, 1055, 1056, 1060
  • Wayne Dalton models - 100WD, 200WD, 300WD
  • Chamberlain models - 140, 150, 240, 350, 450, 550
  • Sears Craftsman & Master Mechanic models (see paragraph below on the manufacture date)
For openers manufactured from 1990-1992
  • Liftmaster models - 1140, 1145, 1146, 1150, 1155, 1156, 1160
  • Wayne Dalton models - 110WD, 210WD, 310WD
  • Chamberlain models - 700WHC, 701WHC, 1000, 2000, 4000, 4001, 5000
  • Sears Craftsman & Master Mechanic models (see paragraph below on the manufacture date)

To determine if this remote control is correct for you, look on your existing remote control, or wall button for the color of the LED light. If you have a red light this is the correct remote control for your garage door opener.

For Sears Craftsman, Master Mechanic and all other garage door openers manufactured by Chamberlain group Locate your manufacture date to determine the correct remote control. This date is found on the logic control panel of the powerhead hanging in the garage(generally found behind one of the light covers).


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