FOR SALE: Chamberlain MyQ Garage Door Controller w/ extra sensor


#1

I have this for sale, I had it installed for a few weeks and decided to go another route. It comes with everything it came with new, and I am including an extra door sensor. Asking $85 shipped obo


(Joe) #2

I may be interested. What is the second sensor used for? Don’t you only need on per door?


#3

Yes, the second sensor is used if you have a 2 car garage w/ 2 doors and openers


(Joe) #4

How long were you using it and why did you choose another route?
Do you have any way to prove its functionality like a video showing it working?


#5

I used it for about 4 weeks, then I decided to go with the z-wave garage door controller because I did not like that the MyQ didn’t allow me to use my garage door remote. I do not have a video of it in motion, but it was 100% functional when I packed it up. If it doesn’t work, I would be fine with you sending it back for a refund.


(Joe) #6

Did it disable it?


#7

The thing is, the way that you pair your remote to the garage door opener is the same way you pair to the MyQ, so only one controller at a time.


(Joe) #8

well, that is lame. What if your network is down?


#9

there’s always the keypad outside.


(Jim) #10

Interesting. I actually installed one of these things yesterday and my garage door remotes still work. Maybe a different brand opener that handles it differently?


(Michael) #11

FWIW, I have had the same experience as @ratedz in that I have 7 openers opening the same door (2 home link systems, 3 b/u remotes - 1 in each car and a 3rd in the house, 1 keypad, the button next to the garage door, and the device as shown in the OP). I have an older model Chamberlain though so it could be the manufacturer.


#12

That’s strange. I could not get any remote to pair after it was paired to the MyQ.