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Liftmaster Wireless Keyless Entry 877LM (2015-present with yellow learn button)



The Liftmaster Sears Chamberlain Keyless Entry Keypad 877LM is designed to work exclusively with the Security +2.0 garage door products. These units have a yellow learn button and 2 yellow antennas. Compatible with Liftmaster garage openers manufactured from 2015-now with a yellow learn/programming button and two yellow antennas only.

This LiftMaster Wireless Keyless Entry System 877LM can open the door using a private 4-digit code you program directly into the unit. It's simple to program it with temporary access codes for visitors or delivery personnel. 

  • Temporary password option enables visitors or delivery and service personnel to enter the garage without giving them your personal code.
  • Completely wireless‚ powered by one 9-volt battery (included)
  • Weatherproof flip-up protective cover
  • Backlit keypad makes numbers easy to see, even in the dark
  • One-button-to-close feature makes it easier than ever to close your garage door
  • Works only with yellow learn/program button operators
  • Works only for units 2015 to Present only - Liftmaster Brand only
  • Compatible only with Lift master Security+ 2.0 garage Door openers
  • Security+ 2.0 garage Door openers have a yellow learn/programming button
  • Equipped with security+ 2.0 rolling Code Technology that virtually eliminates radio wave interference
  • Keypad
  • Battery
  • Instructions
  • HomeLink Compatible
  • Rolling code technology
  • Easy programming
  • Dimensions: 2.4" x 6.2"
  • Battery: 9 volt
  • Model No: 877LM
  • Code Set: Learn
  • Color: Light Gray
  • Manufacturer: Liftmaster
Compatible with:
  • Works only with yellow learn/program button operators
  • Works only for units 2015 - Present only - Liftmaster Brand only
  • Security+ 2.0 garage Door openers have a yellow learn/programming button

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