1) Local strong CB radio, local ham radio, or other radio service overcoming the systems internal filtering...cure is to move, ask a ham radio operator to help, or contact manufacturer.
2) Remote's lock switch (used a lot), is mechanically damaged and atmospheric conditions cause it to short...cure is a new remote.
3) High frequency noise on the voltage supply (I assume it's 12V) from any source...cure is to add a DC filtering circuit to suppress noise (Radio Shack).
Ask the manufacturer/installer of the system first!
Then try some Electrical Contact Cleaner Spray on the insides of the hand held remote...it may be some corrosion or debris on the contacts causing intermitant open/close contact. If that doesn't do it, do the same with the actuator inside the door. Make sure the contact cleaner is safe for plastics.
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I'll call the manufacturer Monday but was wondering if there are any others that have had this happen. It has done this before with the previous owners and was on my list of things to do. Since it tried to lock me out twice on Friday it suddenly moved up on the list!
I'm not sure what remote system I have but had a similar problem..my setup allows for 4 remotes...only had 2 of those slots programmed with my 2 remotes...I simply duplicated and filled the empty 2 remote slots and the problem instantly disappeared
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