How to Reset a Stanley Garage Door Keypad

By Nick Davis

A Stanley garage door keypad is wall-mounted, battery-operated device that allows you to open your home's garage door electronically without having to manually lift the door or use a pull chain. The keypad uses a four-digit access code that you program after the keypad is initially installed. You can change the code, disable the keypad manually by entering a invalid code and reset the keypad if the device is not working properly. After you reset your Stanley garage door keypad, the device is ready to accept a new access code.

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Step 1

Press the "ACCESS LEARN" and "RADIO LEARN" keys together.

Step 2

Hold the keys down for 10 seconds. The keypad "status indicator" light should be off. If the light is still illuminated, repeat step 1.

Step 3

You have now reset your Stanley garage door keypad.

Step 4

Press the "ACCESS LEARN" key two times. The "status indicator" light will blink each time. The light will then stay illuminated.

Step 5

Enter a four-digit access code you want to use. If you can remember the old code, use it or create a new access code.

Step 6

Press "ACCESS LEARN" one time. If the "status indicator" light blinks quickly, you will have to re-enter the code because the keypad did not process it correctly.

Step 7

Press the "RADIO LEARN" key two times. The "status indicator" light will blink each time. The light will then stay illuminated.

Step 8

Enter the "RADIO CODE" that applies to your Stanley garage door opener. This code will be the original paperwork that came with your Stanley garage door opener.

Step 9

Press "RADIO LEARN" one time. The "status indicator" light will turn off. If the "status indicator" light blinks quickly, you will have to re-enter the code because the keypad did not process it correctly.

Step 10

Your new Stanley garage door keypad is now back to a working state with your new access code.