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Multi Code 1-Button Remote Control Transmitter 3089


Multi Code

PART NUMBER: MC-3089

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Multi Code 1-Button Remote Control Transmitter 3089

Single button transmitter (remote control) for garage door opener models using Multi Code 300 Mhz receivers.

To determine compatibility with your garage door opener, please look for a combination of the following features:

  • Gray external radio receiver box present on back of garage door opener powerhead (motor mounted to ceiling of garage) - to see what the receiver looks like visit the page for the Multi Code receiver
  • Antennae wire coming out of the receiver
  • Remote controls you currently use say Multi Code on them and look like the model pictured.

If you do not have any remote controls, usually the fact that you can see the radio receiver box on the back of your garage door opener powerhead is enough to be sure this remote control will work for you.

If you cannot see the radio receiver or are not sure it is the same one we have pictured, we recommend that you install a new Multi Code 1090 radio receiver/transmitter to make your unit compatible with this remote.

Includes:
  • Remote control
  • Visor clip
  • Battery
  • Instructions
Features:
  • 10 dip switch setting
  • Frequency 300 Mhz
Specifications:
  • Frequency: 300 Mhz
  • Dimensions: 2.25" x 3.75"
  • Battery: 9 volt
  • Model No: 308911
  • Part No: 3089
  • Indicator Light Color: Red
  • Code Set: Dip Switches
  • Buttons: 1
  • Color: Gray
  • Manufacturer: Linear
  • Warranty: Mfg 1 year
Compatible with:
  • 300 Mhz Multi Code receivers

If your old remote was a black 3089, it is the old 310 Mhz frequency and you will have to replace the receiver on your motor if you want to get a new remote - Multi Code receiver

Programming Instructions

You may set your transmitter to any code you desire but be sure that the code you set matches the code that has been set on your radio receiver. The digital code is determined by the positions of the 10 small switches numbered 1 through 10 located in the receiver and transmitter. Any combination of ON (CLOSED) or OFF(OPEN) positions can be selected by using a small screwdriver or ball point pen.(NOTE: The switches are in the ON position when the side next to the number is pressed in.) In setting your own personal code we strongly urge that several coding schemes be avoided: ALL ON; ALL OFF; 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 ON; 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 ON. These positions are similar to our or other manufacturer test positions, or are frequently used. Once the code has been set, check the operation and replace the hatches.

For the full instructions, and programming illustrations click here.

Questions & Answers

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  • have a 30+year old Challenger model#CH1000 opener with a receiver that looks like the 1090. But it only has 8 DIP switches and the only info I can find on it is model ADD8832 and 318FL. It has 2 button transmitters. Can I use the 3089 to replace one transmitter?

    That doesn't sounds like the correct information to find on a 1090 Multi code receiver. To make the 3089 work with your unit, you may need to purchase the 1090 receiver.

  • I have a Wayne Dalton 2113 currently using an old model of multicode one button remote. It has the number 3089 9837 300 on the back. Will this newer listing/model of multicode work for my garage?

    Yes it should

  • Will the 1 button 3089 transmitter work with Challanger model ch-1000?

    This remote works with Multi-Code 300 Mhz receivers. If your Challenger unit has a 300 Mhz multi code receiver, this will work. You will have to check the unit for a small gray box like this - Multi Code receiver

    Check the receiver model or frequency to see if it matches. Challenger units don't have specific remotes they are compatible with because they originally didn't come with a built in receiver. Whatever receiver the installer added on to the unit will define what is compatible.

  • Is this remote control compatible with the Challenger Model ch1000?

    This remote works with Multi-Code 300 Mhz receivers. If your Challenger unit has a 300 Mhz multi code receiver, this will work. You will have to check the unit for a small gray box like this - Multi Code receiver

    Check the receiver model or frequency to see if it matches. Challenger units don't have specific remotes they are compatible with because they originally didn't come with a built in receiver. Whatever receiver the installer added on to the unit will define what is compatible.

  • I have a Challenger garage door opener with a 1/3 HP motor with a 9 to 1 speed reduction drive. I currently am using a Multi-cade model 1089 frequency 300 remote opener. Will the Multi Code model 3089 operate my garage door opener?

    If you are using a 300 Mhz multi-code, the 3089 will work.

  • We have an old Wayne Dalton model 2113 garage door opener, but no remote. This one looks like it: Multi Code 1-Button Remote Control Transmitter 3089?

    We can't confirm that will work without actually matching it with your old remote part number and frequency.

  • I have a 21 year old Challenger garage door opener. One of the remotes quit working. Will the remote listed above work for my system? The opener does have the DIP switches.

    This remote works with Multi-Code 300 Mhz receivers. If your Challenger unit has a 300 Mhz multi code receiver, this will work. You will have to check the unit for a small gray box like this - Multi Code receiver

    Check the receiver model or frequency to see if it matches. Challenger units don't have specific remotes they are compatible with because they originally didn't come with a built in receiver. Whatever receiver the installer added on to the unit will define what is compatible.

  • The transmitter with my Challenger garage door opener Model CH1000 (circa 1987) reads: 312M hz. This is a 9 pin transmitter. Is this 3089 transmitter compatible?

    No. This is a 300 Mhz Multi Code remote. It only works as a replacement for other 300 mhz multi code remotes. If your remote isn't a multi-code (and it is 312Mhz), this isn't compatible. We don't have anything that would be either. You might want to check out the Universal Remote Control Kit we sell.

  • Will this remote control work with Multi code Reciever 1090?

    Yes it is compatible with 1090 multi code receivers that are 300 mhz.

  • Will this remote work with a challenger 9300 & 9500?

    This remote works with Multi-Code 300 Mhz receivers. If your Challenger unit has a 300 Mhz multi code receiver, this will work. You will have to check the unit for a small gray box like this - Multi Code receiver

    Check the receiver model or frequency to see if it matches. Challenger units don't have specific remotes they are compatible with because they originally didn't come with a built in receiver. Whatever receiver the installer added on to the unit will define what is compatible.

  • will this remote work with a 9300 challenger garage door?

    This remote works with Multi-Code 300 Mhz receivers. If your Challenger unit has a 300 Mhz multi code receiver, this will work. You will have to check the unit for a small gray box like this - Multi Code receiverCheck the receiver model or frequency to see if it matches. Challenger units don't have specific remotes they are compatible with because they originally didn't come with a built in receiver. Whatever receiver the installer added on to the unit will define what is compatible.

  • I have a receiver Multi-code model 337-3090 You have a transmiter that fit on it ?

    Not familiar with that model or what is compatible with it. We can't make any recommendations on what will work.

  • will this remote work on challenger 9300?

    This remote works with Multi-Code 300 Mhz receivers. If your Challenger unit has a 300 Mhz multi code receiver, this will work. You will have to check the unit for a small gray box like this - Multi Code receiver

    Check the receiver model or frequency to see if it matches. Challenger units don't have specific remotes they are compatible with because they originally didn't come with a built in receiver. Whatever receiver the installer added on to the unit will define what is compatible.

  • I have a remote with model 1089 I have a remote model 1089; multi-code; freq 300. Will this transmitter 3089 work with my Challenger ch-1000 door opener?

    I am not familiar with a 1089 but if it is a 300 Mhz frequency Multi-Code remote, then yes the 3089 will work.

  • How do I get my opener code? I was expecting this to be like a universal TV remote where there was a system for trying out codes until I could get the right one.

    This is not a universal remote, so it doesn't program like that. This remote works exclusively with the MultiCode 1090 receiver. That is where you find the dip switch code. There is a small panel on the multicode receiver that houses the dip switch settings. You match those settings to the remote dip switch settings as per the instructions - https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/1499/9402/files/mc-3089.pdf

    If you don't have a multicode 1090 receiver on your motor, this remote won't work.

  • Will this work with a Wayne Dalton 2113 garage door opener that dates back to about 1994 or 1995?

    This remote works with Multi-Code 300 Mhz receivers. If your 2113 unit has a 300 Mhz multi code receiver, this will work. You will have to check the unit for a small gray box like this - Multi Code receiver

    Check the receiver model or frequency to see if it matches. 2113 units don't have specific remotes they are compatible with because they originally didn't come with a built in receiver. Whatever receiver the installer added on to the unit will define what is compatible.

  • The back of my very old Multi Code remote has the numbers 4901 9846 300. Will this remote work for me as I need a replacement? I have the multi code box on the garage door opener box.

    If it says 300, it should be the correct frequency to work. This remote should work as a replacement.

  • Would this remote work with a Wayne Dalton Wizard 2115 CH-1000? I recently purchased a 300mhz remote similar or just like it on Amazon. I set the dip switches the same between the remote and the opener but I never could get it to cooperate. Maybe my opener is not 300mhz? I don't know how to tell.

    This remote works with Multi-Code 300 Mhz receivers. If your 2115 unit has a 300 Mhz multi code receiver, this will work. You will have to check the unit for a small gray box like this - Multi Code receiver

    Check the receiver model or frequency to see if it matches. 2115 units don't have specific remotes they are compatible with because they originally didn't come with a built in receiver. Whatever receiver the installer added on to the unit will define what is compatible.

  • Is this a 10 pin universal?

    No. This remote works with Multi-Code 300 Mhz receivers only. If your unit has a 300 Mhz multi code receiver, this will work.

  • Will this control work on a Wayne Dalton model 2113 - Wizard?

    This remote works with Multi-Code 300 Mhz receivers. If your Wizard 2113 unit has a 300 Mhz multi code receiver, this will work. You will have to check the unit for a small gray box like this - Multi Code receiver

    Check the receiver model or frequency to see if it matches. Wizard 2113 units don't have specific remotes they are compatible with because they originally didn't come with a built in receiver. Whatever receiver the installer added on to the unit will define what is compatible.

  • Looking for a replacement remote for a Wayne Dalton 2113 garage door. Do you have a universal remote that will work?

    The Universal Remote Control Kit is the only universal available that will work with your unit for sure - www.waynedaltonparts.com/products/garage-opener-universal-remote-control-kit-1

  • Is this remote control Transmitter a direct replacement for TK1010 (Tec-Key 2000 Series)?

    No, it is not compatible with Tec-Key receivers. It is only compatible with 300 Mhz Multi Code receivers. Tec Key is no longer made, and there aren't any remotes that replace it directly. You will have to get a new receiver/remote combo. Try the Universal Remote Control Kit on our website. That will work with any residential unit. www.waynedaltonparts.com/products/garage-opener-universal-remote-control-kit-1

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