Programming the Liftmaster 387LM Universal Wireless Keypad
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Programming the Liftmaster 387LM Universal Wireless Keypad
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To program the Liftmaster 387LM Universal Wireless Keypad you will first need to determine what

brand garage door opener you have and if has DIP switches or a learn button for programming.

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3 Position DIP Switches (Chamberlain, Craftsman, Liftmaster, Master Mechanic and Do It openers)

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1. Choose a 4 digit PIN

2. Determine your garage door opener ID

 ID DIP Switch Type

 11= 9 DIP switch made in USA

 12= 9 DIP switch made in Canada

 15= 8 DIP switch

 19=7 DIP switch

3. On the opener and remote the first DIP switch must be set “-“ make a note of the DIP switch

locations “+”, “0” or “-“ for the remaining DIP switch locations. (The opener and remote DIP

switch locations must match) The numerical value for “+”=1, “0”=2 and “-“=3. Note the

numerical value in order of the DIP switch locations.

4. On the keypad press and hold the * and # keys together until the keypad backlight stops

5. On the keypad enter the 4 digit PIN you choose to use to open/close the garage door and press

6. On the keypad enter the opener ID number from step 2 and press the # button.

7. On the keypad enter the numerical value for the DIP switch locations in order from step 3 and

press the # button.

8. To test the keypad wait until the backlight on the keypad turns off, then enter the PIN you chose

to use to open/close the garage door and then press the “0” button. The door should open and

*If the garage door opener does not open/close, repeat the programming steps.

2 Position DIP Switches (Genie, Linear and Moore-O-Matic)

type-2

1. Choose a 4 Digit PIN

2. Determine your garage door opener ID

 ID DIP Switch Type

 13= 12 DIP switch Genie garage door openers.

 14=10 DIP switch Linear garage door openers.

 16=10 DIP switch Stanley garage door opener

 17=9 DIP switch Genie garage door openers.

 18=8 DIP switch Linear and Moore-O-Matic garage door openers.

3. Make notes of DIP switch locations with the following numerical value. On/UP position=1 and

Off/Down position=2. Note the locations of the DIP switches in order.

4. On the keypad press and hold the * and # buttons at the same time until the backlight on the

keypad goes off.

5. On the keypad enter the 4 digit PIN you chose to open/close the garage door and then press the

6. On the keypad enter the opener ID number from step 2 then press the # button.

7. On the keypad enter the numerical value for the DIP switch locations in order and then press the

8. To test the keypad, wait until the keypad backlight goes off, then enter the PIN you chose to

open/close the garage door and then press the “0” button. The garage door should open and

*If the garage door does not open/close, repeat the programming steps.

Chamberlain, Craftsman, Liftmaster Master Mechanic and Do It Garage door Openers with Yellow,

White or Grey Smart/Learn Buttons.

type-3

1. Choose a 4 digit PIN.

2. Your opener ID number is 11.

3. Note the DIP switch locations on your opener and remotes. *Your first DIP switch location must

be set to “-“on the opener and any remotes. The numerical value for DIP switch locations

“+”=1, “0”=2 and “-“=3. Note the numerical value for DIP switch locations in order.

4. On the keypad press and hold the * and # buttons at the same time until the backlight on the

keypad goes off.

5. On the keypad enter the 4 digit PIN you chose to open/close the garage door and then press the

6. On the keypad press 1-1, this is your opener ID from step 2.

7. On the keypad enter the numerical value for the DIP switch locations in order and then press the

8. On the garage door opener press the Smart/Learn button.

9. On the keypad enter your 4 digit PIN and then press the “0” button.

10. To test the keypad, wait until the keypad backlight goes off, then enter the PIN you chose to

open/close the garage door and then press the “0” button. The garage door should open and

*If the garage door does not open/close, repeat the programming steps.

Chamberlain, Craftsman, Liftmaster, Master mechanic, Do It, Genie Intellicode, Overhead Door,

Stanley, Wayne Dalton or Linear with Smart/Learn button (orange, purple, green and yellow)

type-4

1. Choose a 4 digit PIN.

2. Determine your opener ID number

 1= Linear manufactured 1997-present

 2= Chamberlain, Craftsman, Liftmaster, Master Mechanic and Do It manufactured 1997-

2004. (orange Learn/Smart button)

 3= Chamberlain, Craftsman, Liftmaster, Master Mechanic and Do It manufactured 2005-

present. (purple Learn/Smart button)

 4= Chamberlain, Craftsman, Liftmaster, Master Mechanic and Do It manufactured 1993-

1996. (green Learn/Smart button)

 5= Genie Intellicode and Overhead Door manufactured 2005-present. (315MHz)

 6= Genie Intellicode and Overhead Door manufactured 1995-present. (390MHz)

 7= Stanley manufactured 1998-present.

 8=Chamberlain, Craftsman, Liftmaster, Master Mechanic and Do It manufactured 2011-

present. (yellow Smart/Learn button)

 9= Wayne Dalton manufactured 1999-present. (372.5MHz)

3. On the keypad press and hold the * and # buttons at the same time until the backlight on the

keypad goes off.

4. On the keypad enter the 4 digit PIN you chose to open/close the garage door and then press the

5. On the keypad enter the opener ID number from step 2 then press the # button.

6. On the opener, press the Smart/Learn button.

7. On the keypad enter the 4 digit PIN, then press “0” button. * On Genie and Overhead door

openers press “0” 2 times.

8. To test the keypad, wait until the keypad backlight goes off, then enter the PIN you chose to

open/close the garage door and then press the “0” button. The garage door should open and

*If the garage door does not open/close, repeat the programming steps.

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