I’ve moved past this to trying to get my remote wired to the GC in another thread, no need to reply. I don’t see a way to delete my post. Leaving it here for history.
I have a Go Control garage door opener. I have it installed. My app sees it. It makes all the right noises when telling it to open the garaged door. But it will not control the door. Go Control support says I need dry contacts.
Chamberlain says my Liftmaster 2000SDR has dry contacts. I put a multi-meter on the button screws and I see around 24v DC. I also took all wires off the button screws on the Liftmaster and see 24v DC on those screws.
This is from an amazon review: --> From Amazon reviews: “I was told that, essentially, if the wall button isn’t as simple as a open/close switch it wouldn’t work. Meaning that if your wall switch has a light (something that glows, not a light button) or a motion sensor or pretty much anything more complicated than an old fashioned door bell it will NOT work. The statement was that it needs a “dry contact switch” to work and is only compatible with those kinds of systems.”
Seems Chamberlain support was wrong? Anything I can do to make what I have work?