Liftmaster Wall Control Battery Replacement

    A Liftmaster garage door wall control is one of the most fundamental features of a garage door.

    This wall control enables you to open and close your door at the push of a button.

    This is an advantageous feature to most homeowners since you can access your garage without getting the remote inside your vehicle.

    However, the Liftmaster wall control does not have unlimited battery power, and sometimes you won’t be able to open the door because of a dying power source.

    So, if you notice that your garage door is slowly moving up than before, it indicates that the battery is running out of juice.

    In this article, we will talk about Liftmaster wall control battery replacement.

    If you don’t know to change the battery, you can ask for help from our expert technicians.

    At A1 Garage Door Pittsburgh, we have a team of professional garage door maintenance specialists specializing in fixing problems on different garage doors.

    Our certified technicians will replace your battery quickly and correctly.

    We are available 24/7.

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    What To Consider Before You Change Your Wall Control’s Battery?

    The wall control is designed to make things easier for homeowners to access their garage.

    With Liftmaster wall control, you can easily unlock your garage door to get or put some stuff inside your property.

    However, there are some circumstances wherein a garage door won’t open.

    Due to this, most homeowners thought their wall control’s battery was dead.

    But sometimes, they accidentally push the lock button and think they need new batteries for their wall control.

    A battery can last for around 2 years based on daily usage.

    If you regularly use your garage door to place your vehicle or do some activities inside, your battery might not last for a long time.

    To make things right, before you try to change your battery, check first the lock button if you’ve pushed it or not.

    If you didn’t push it, it indicates that either you have a dead battery or need to replace your wall control.

    We recommend you call a professional garage door technician to help you install a new wall control unit.

    How To Remove Wall Control Unit Cover?

    Removing a Liftmaster wall control cover is difficult.

    You need to take out the cover by using a screwdriver to loosen up the screws on each side of the body, pull the top side toward you, and drag it down.

    Removing the body may be challenging, but you can still manage to do it.

    The tool you need is number r 1A35QB, and it is available in the market for $12.09.

    How to Reset a LiftMaster Garage Door

    How To Replace Your Wall Control Battery And Garage Door Opener’s Motor Unit

    This task is quite tricky since you have to deal with screws and screwdrivers.

    But, this section will guide you on how to replace your wall control battery and reset your garage door opener.

    Here’s the step-by-step process.

    How To Reset Your Garage Door Motor Unit

    First, you need to find the “LEARN” button on your garage door opener’s motor unit.

    This will take at least 30 seconds.

    During those 30 seconds, you need to press down and hold the learn button at your remote control to operate your garage door.

    When your garage door opener’s unit light starts to blink, you need to release the remote button.

    How To Replace Your Liftmaster’s Wall Control

    In contrast to the garage door opener’s motor unit, here are the simple steps to change your Liftmaster’s wall control battery.

    First, you need to disengage the wall control from the wall.

    After removing the wall control, get your screwdriver and start loosening the screws.

    Afterward, take out the cover of your wall control and take out the old battery.

    Once you’ve removed the old battery, get the new one and insert it.

    You should dispose of the old battery correctly.

    After inserting the battery, close the cover and secure the body using the screwdriver.

    Re-install your Liftmaster wall control on your wall, and you’re done.


    If you need help in changing the battery of your Liftmaster wall control, you can call A1 Garage Door Pittsburgh.

    We are open from Monday to Friday, including weekends, without an extra charge fee.

    Additionally, we offer garage door repair services in both commercial and residential properties.

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