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[Lowe's] Chamberlain 3/4 HPS Belt Drive Opener with built in Wifi $249 No Tax

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[Lowe's] Chamberlain 3/4 HPS Belt Drive Opener with built in Wifi $249 No Tax

Lowes has the 3/4 HPS belt drive garage door opener on for $249 until March 22. The promo code SALE can be used to save the tax as well. It came to $253 all in for me, so not quite saving 100% of the tax in Nova Scotia for whatever reason, but close.

I know this has been on for $199 before, but not a bad deal for the model with built in Wifi if you don't want to wait for $199 again.
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I purchased this one from Lowe's last September. It is easy to install with the existing opener installation.

The remote changes the code after opening/closing garage door. I am glad that I replaced my old opener with the constant code. About 1 month ago, someone used a code capture device to capture my neighbor a few doors from me and got in that house.
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
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Thanks OP, just bought it. Needed it for a new home I will be moving to in a month.

Got it for $248.98 all in with free shipping, with the promo code SALE.
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I bought this through a Home Depot sale last fall. I've been happy with it with one exception - the Wifi set up to the app did not work at all. After further research it appears the MyQ Internet Gateway is needed. This is surprising for me because everybody swore that it wasn't needed on this model.
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embguy wrote:
Mar 18th, 2017 3:50 pm
I purchased this one from Lowe's last September. It is easy to install with the existing opener installation.

The remote changes the code after opening/closing garage door. I am glad that I replaced my old opener with the constant code. About 1 month ago, someone used a code capture device to capture my neighbor a few doors from me and got in that house.
Funny, my neighbour got broken into via the front door. Not much stops a thief from entering.
A rolling code garage door opener wont prevent anyone since it can be hacked too.
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netusername wrote:
Mar 18th, 2017 8:03 pm
Funny, my neighbour got broken into via the front door. Not much stops a thief from entering.
A rolling code garage door opener wont prevent anyone since it can be hacked too.
Agree. Crooks usually pick the easy house to break in first - like the owner leave front or back door unlocked.
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
1x 7-11 Speakout, 2x Koodo $28 plan, $0 FPL home phone
2x Zoomer $36 plan, 1x Zoomer family plan for 3 numbers $94.50($72+$22.5)
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Fox wrote:
Mar 18th, 2017 7:50 pm
I bought this through a Home Depot sale last fall. I've been happy with it with one exception - the Wifi set up to the app did not work at all. After further research it appears the MyQ Internet Gateway is needed. This is surprising for me because everybody swore that it wasn't needed on this model.
According to my Lowe's LW6000WFC manual, the equivalent HD model is HD750WFC. Same manual for both openers. My LW6000WFC does not need MyQ gateway. What is the model number of your HD opener? HD750WFC by any chance!
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
1x 7-11 Speakout, 2x Koodo $28 plan, $0 FPL home phone
2x Zoomer $36 plan, 1x Zoomer family plan for 3 numbers $94.50($72+$22.5)
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embguy wrote:
Mar 18th, 2017 8:21 pm
According to my Lowe's LW6000WFC manual, the equivalent HD model is HD750WFC. Same manual for both openers. My LW6000WFC does not need MyQ gateway. What is the model number of your HD opener? HD750WFC by any chance!
Yes, that's the model number. I don't know what I'm doing wrong if it's not that.
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Mar 18th, 2017 11:45 pm
Yes, that's the model number. I don't know what I'm doing wrong if it's not that.
I followed the manual to install my opener. Page 31 is how to setup your smart phone, your WiFi router and your MyQ account.
Have too many phones... This is how I limit my monthly phone payment.
1x 7-11 Speakout, 2x Koodo $28 plan, $0 FPL home phone
2x Zoomer $36 plan, 1x Zoomer family plan for 3 numbers $94.50($72+$22.5)
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so why do u need a garage door opener that has wifi??
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qaz393 wrote:
Mar 19th, 2017 12:46 am
so why do u need a garage door opener that has wifi??
To receive a notification when someone opens your garage door and to open and close the garage door remotely
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embguy wrote:
Mar 18th, 2017 3:50 pm
I purchased this one from Lowe's last September. It is easy to install with the existing opener installation.

The remote changes the code after opening/closing garage door.
sorry, I'm confused.. you mention the remote changes the code after open/close. in the product specs it states: rolling code: no two different features?

what are the other two pieces in the image on the website? (other than the two remotes and keypad) the things with it small lcd screens.
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crashxxx wrote:
Mar 19th, 2017 3:41 am
sorry, I'm confused.. you mention the remote changes the code after open/close. in the product specs it states: rolling code: no two different features?

what are the other two pieces in the image on the website? (other than the two remotes and keypad) the things with it small lcd screens.
they are the garage door sensors, one mounts on each side on the inside so that you are unable to close the door if something is blocking the doorway.
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qaz393 wrote:
Mar 19th, 2017 12:46 am
so why do u need a garage door opener that has wifi??
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