LiftMaster Keypad Not Working? Here’s Your Solution

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    If you’re dealing with a LiftMaster keypad that’s refusing to cooperate, you’re not alone. Luckily, our team at Boston’s Garage Door has dealt with this issue countless times, and we have the knowledge to help you troubleshoot. Below, we’ve compiled a comprehensive guide to addressing common LiftMaster keypad problems.

    Troubleshooting a Non-Working LiftMaster Keypad

    One of the most common issues we see is a LiftMaster keypad not functioning as expected. Here’s a quick troubleshooting guide for when you find yourself in that situation.

    Problem Possible Cause Solution
    Keypad not responding Dead batteries Replace the batteries following this guide.
    Keypad blinking rapidly Faulty wiring or circuit board Try resetting your keypad. If that doesn’t work, contact a professional for assistance.
    Unable to program keypad Incorrect process Follow our detailed programming instructions
    Opener hums but doesn’t move Motor issue This may require a motor replacement. Contact a professional for assistance.

    Need Professional Help?

    At Boston’s Garage Door, we pride ourselves on providing top-notch, reliable services. We’re equipped with the latest technology and trained experts who are ready to tackle any garage door issue. From garage door repair to overhead door keypad issues, we’ve got you covered.

    Service Areas

    We are pleased to offer our services to a wide range of areas, including but not limited to:

    1. Lexington
    2. Woburn
    3. South Boston
    4. East Boston
    5. Bunker Hill, Boston
    6. South Boston Waterfront

    Frequently Asked Questions

    How often should I change the batteries in my LiftMaster keypad?

    The lifespan of batteries can vary, but generally, they should be replaced every 1-2 years. If you notice your keypad is less responsive or the light is dim, check the batteries first. For a detailed guide on changing LiftMaster batteries, visit here.

    My garage door opener hums but doesn’t move, what could be the problem?

    This issue can be caused by a problem with the motor. It’s best to contact a garage door repair service for assistance. It may require replacing the garage door opener.

    Can I program my LiftMaster keypad myself?

    Yes, you can! It’s a simple process that requires a few steps. For detailed instructions, see our programming guide.

    What should I do if my garage door wheel is off track?

    First, do not operate the door. This could lead to further damage. It’s best to contact a professional to get it back on track.


    Your LiftMaster keypad not working shouldn’t ruin your day. With our step-by-step troubleshooting guide, you’ll be able to identify the problem and find the right solution. From battery replacements to motor issues, our team is ready to assist. If you’re in Boston or the surrounding areas, we’re just a call away.

    Don’t let a faulty LiftMaster keypad put a damper on your day. Contact us at Boston’s Garage Door, and we’ll be there to help you fix your garage door issues in no time!

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