Among the security and technological developments in garage door openers, the wireless keypad has become one of the most popular since the 1990s. Manufacturers like Genie, Craftsman and LiftMaster offer versions of the overhead garage door keypad. These systems allow the owner to open the garage door using a security passcode from outside of the garage or inside the house. Programming of the wireless keypads can be done in minutes at home, and without any previous training or experience.
Open the cover of your keypad half way and press and hold the "Prog" key and the "8" key on your keypad. While pressing the buttons, open your cover all the way.
Wait for the indicator light to blink once and turn off, release the buttons and close the cover of the keypad.
Open the cover of your wireless keypad again to begin the programming, and wait for the indicator light to blink once and turn off.
Press "3-5-7" on your keypad and press the "Prog" button on your keypad.
Enter a security code (of up to eight digits) using the keypad and press "Prog." Wait for the indicator light to blink twice and close the cover of the keypad.
Press the learn code button on your remote garage door opener and wait for the indicator light to flash. Open the cover of your keypad.
Enter the pin number that you just created on the keypad and press the "Send" button on your remote four times. Press the button once a second until the door responds, and your keypad will be programmed and ready for use.