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  Reply # 2016618 16-May-2018 08:04
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Garage door specialist same brand will open it. No glass to clean up.

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  Reply # 2016664 16-May-2018 09:49
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After you do regain access to your garage consider

 

OpenGarage: an Open-Source WiFi Garage Door Opener

 

https://rayshobby.net/wordpress/introducing-opengarage/

 

I have had mine for at least a year now and love it. Not very expensive either.





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  Reply # 2016671 16-May-2018 09:54
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I have a nodemcu esp8266 with a relay and reed switch to hook up to my home automation hub (hass io) bit hasn't got around to installing it yet.




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  Reply # 2016737 16-May-2018 11:18
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kiwijunglist: I have a nodemcu esp8266 with a relay and reed switch to hook up to my home automation hub (hass io) bit hasn't got around to installing it yet.

 

yell hate it when that sort of thing happens. 





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  Reply # 2016799 16-May-2018 13:00
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OP do not forget your responsibility to post the answer when you solve this. A lot of people will want to know.

 

 





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  Reply # 2016808 16-May-2018 13:18
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gzt: Garage door specialist same brand will open it. No glass to clean up.


Is my remote a 303mhz 8 dip tiltamatic?

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  Reply # 2016821 16-May-2018 13:34
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I think i can buy this.

https://www.garagedoorremotes.co.nz/product/windsor-replacement-garage-door-remote.html

Which is also on aliexpress.

FOR Doormate remote control 303MHZ garage door remote
http://s.aliexpress.com/NVz6nQjM?fromSns=Copy to Clipboard




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  Reply # 2016865 16-May-2018 14:23
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kiwijunglist: I think i can buy this.

https://www.garagedoorremotes.co.nz/product/windsor-replacement-garage-door-remote.html

Which is also on aliexpress.

FOR Doormate remote control 303MHZ garage door remote
http://s.aliexpress.com/NVz6nQjM?fromSns=Copy to Clipboard

 

How long are you prepared to wait for it to me delivered from China?




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  Reply # 2016871 16-May-2018 14:28
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4 weeks is fine. Lawn grows slowly in winter and i don't park the car in the garage.




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  Reply # 2016909 16-May-2018 15:05
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how are you going to program it?




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  Reply # 2016918 16-May-2018 15:21
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With brute force.




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  Reply # 2016922 16-May-2018 15:25
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with a brick?


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  Reply # 2016925 16-May-2018 15:30
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kiwijunglist:

We can't find our spare remote and this one is locked inside the roller door garage. The only way in and out of the garage is through the automatic door. I think these openers have dip switches inside to select the code, so I presume that if I can borrow a remote from someone then I can get into my garage without breaking a window.

Unless someone has some other ideas.

 

 

It'll almost certainly use a Princeton 2262 encoder, those things are tri-state but no-one ever wires them up that way so you've got at most 256 combos to go through, 128 on average. You can also get scanners that brute-force them from China, the chips don't implement any kind of lockout so it should only take a few seconds. Depends on how long you want to wait to get the scanner in the post.

 

 

Or you could also Shifty Bob down the local pub whether he can help you get in...

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  Reply # 2016927 16-May-2018 15:32
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aht that kind of brute force eh




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  Reply # 2016955 16-May-2018 15:35
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Princeton 2262 is 433mhz??.

Had a reply from a garage door person and said it would be this 303 mhz remote.

https://www.remotewarehouse.co.nz/collections/tiltamatic/products/tilt-a-matic-garage-remote-tom-01




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