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It is very popular today to have a keyless entry system on their Jacksonville garage door. These systems usually consist of a keypad that you can program your own passwords into. These keypads give you extra protection from burglars. They are also great if you do not have a remote to your garage or have lost your keys. If something were to happen to the keyless entry system such as being stolen or the code has been given out, you may want to reprogram it. Here are four easy steps to follow if you ever need to change your entry pad password.

  • Step 1: The first thing you will want to do is find the owner's manual. If you still have it laying around, it should have some easy steps to follow in order to reprogram it. If not, you can follow the rest of these steps to change it.
  • Step 2: There are many different garage door types of keyless entry pads available today. All of the directions to reprogram the password are slightly different, but they still usually follow a general process. If you no longer have your owner's manual or have misplaced it, you will want to call the manufacturer. You will need to ask for the access code. These codes are usually three digits and it is what allows you to change the password. Once you have the code you will simply open the keyless entry pad and input the code. All manufacturers have a different code, so make sure you are using the correct one.
  • Step 3: After entering the three digit access code, you will then need to input your old password. You must enter your old password to ensure that the person changing it is the actual homeowner. Many times though, people want to change the password because they can no longer remember the old password. If this is the case, you should try calling the manufacturer. Most of the time the manufacturer will be able to assist you in working around not having the old password.
  • Step 4: Once you have entered the three digit access code and your old password you will then need to enter your new password. Once you have input all of these numbers you will then want to press the 'enter' or 'ok' key on the device.
  • Reprogramming your keyless entry pad for your residential garage door should not be a lengthy process. It should only take a few minutes as long as you have all of the necessary codes on hand. If you do run across any problems you can call up your manufacturer or any local handyman.