How to Change the Battery in a LiftMaster Garage Door Remote
Changing the battery in your LiftMaster garage door remote doesn’t have to be difficult. In fact, the process is fairly straightforward when you have simple steps to follow. The pros at Precision Garage Door Service® are here to show you how to change your LiftMaster remote battery using easy-to-follow instructions.
Before You Start
Before you change your garage door remote’s battery, you must do the following:
- Before you raid your tool box for batteries and screwdrivers, check your wall control unit first, as the lock/vacation button may have accidentally been pressed. If so, then your problem might be solved and there is no need to change your remote battery.
- Determine what type of battery your remote uses by checking your user guide or doing an online search.
- Get a flat head screwdriver to pop open the remote casing and access your battery.
Changing the Battery in Your LiftMaster Garage Door Opener
Watch as Precision Garage Door Service of New Jersey provides instructions on changing your garage door remote battery. In this video, you'll notice we're working with a nickel-sized wafer battery, which normally has a lifespan of two years. Don’t forget to check your own battery to see what specific type your garage door remote uses.
After Battery Changed
After you have changed your battery, your remote still may not be working. This is likely because you typically need to reprogram your remote. For tips on doing this, please see our video on How to Program Your Garage Door Codes.
Trust Precision Garage Door Service to Help Your LiftMaster Garage Door Opener Work Like New
If a battery change doesn’t fix your problem, our team of garage door technicians can help. Give us a call at (877) 301-7474 or find the Precision Garage Door Service technician nearest you to get started on your repairs.