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Chamberlain MyQ Smart Hub WiFi Garage Door Opener w/ Smartphone Control EXPIRED

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Amazon has MyQ Smart Hub WiFi Garage Door Opener w/ Smartphone Control (MYQ-G0301) on sale for $19.98. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders $25+.

Note: In stock on December 16, 2019.

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Amazon [amazon.com] has MyQ Smart Garage Door Opener Chamberlain MYQ-G0301 on sale for $19.98. In stock Dec. 16

This works with Amazon Key so your packages can be delivered into your garage.

Best Buy [bestbuy.com] and Lowe's [lowes.com] also have it for the same price.

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Just installed mine yesterday. Setup was pretty easy. One mistake I made, that I wish the setup instructions had outlined, is that placing the hub between 4-6 feet away from the motor is required, rather than just a suggestion.

Initially it wasn't working properly and wouldn't close via the app, so I remounted the hub even further from the motor and it works perfectly now.

Be aware, the beep is annoying, but it only triggers when the door is closing.
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In for one thanks oP
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In for one, thanks!
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I tried a quick search to see if this device is compatible with electric gate openers. Nothing really definitive in my search. Can anyone confirm that this works with a Liftmaster electric gate opener?
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Contrary to what people have stated there is currently NO SUBSCRIPTION FEE for Google, Alexa, or IFTTT integration! From what I can see from reviews the subscription fees were removed months ago. I confirmed this myself and have it working with all 3 without paying any additional subscription fees.
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Hate mine. The beep itself is more than enough to return it. Don't want to wake up my neighbors in the morning, nor my baby. It's that loud. And there is no option to disable it. Amazon wouldn't let me review it since it has unusual review activity. I read the reviews to check if I was the only one. Turns out there are a ton of folks in the same boat.
I don't use MyQ to open/close garage door when I drive my car in/out of the garage, but just use it to monitor my garage door. I open the door with hard wired button when drive out and the remote on my car when drive back. And the buzz only started when you try to close the door with it.

My problem is it's range is so short to control an opener, I put it on one side of my wall, and only the one closer to that wall works, the other one 6 feet away won't work. VERY STRANGE.
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I have one that works well but need an additional sensor for the second door. This is cheaper than the add on sensor. No reason why just buying another kit and only using the sensor wouldn't work, correct?
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Have one of these working great, tried to add a second sensor but it opens both doors or the wrong door. On phone with Chamberlain for nearly 2 hours Saturday, then could not pair the original sensor anymore. Assume battery too low and ordered more batteries to arrive tomorrow. Hopefully new battery will help, but was having to use both hubs to work around the problem, but even that was not working before the battery apparently died.
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Just received mine, installed in less then 6-8 mins. Works great! Only complaint is the annoying ass beeping that happens every time you close the garage. You will have to take apart the hub to destroy the speaker to fix it.
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Have one of these working great, tried to add a second sensor but it opens both doors or the wrong door. On phone with Chamberlain for nearly 2 hours Saturday, then could not pair the original sensor anymore. Assume battery too low and ordered more batteries to arrive tomorrow. Hopefully new battery will help, but was having to use both hubs to work around the problem, but even that was not working before the battery apparently died.
Their troubleshooting is easy enough for a monkey to understand, it shouldn't be that hard to figure it out.
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Haven't installed mine yet - but reading many of the complaints makes it sound like a lot of the issues could likely be due to folks having poor WiFi reception/range in their garage. I assume the radio in the hub probably isn't the strongest to begin with, so I am guessing a weak signal would likely lead to loss of connection, and false reports of the door being open?
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Their troubleshooting is easy enough for a monkey to understand, it shouldn't be that hard to figure it out.
Did you miss the part where I was on the phone with a Chamberlain specialist for nearly 2 hours? She was baffled how it was opening the wrong door. I dare say that I know more than anyone else on this thread about troubleshooting, now.
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Haven't installed mine yet - but reading many of the complaints makes it sound like a lot of the issues could likely be due to folks having poor WiFi reception/range in their garage. I assume the radio in the hub probably isn't the strongest to begin with, so I am guessing a weak signal would likely lead to loss of connection, and false reports of the door being open?
I believe that Chamberlain recommends the hub be within 50 feet of your router, but mine is much farther than that and connects fine. But yes, wi-fi signal needs to be considered.
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I think it's better not to connect your security devices like garage doors / door locks to Alexa / Google. I don't understand the obsession to hook everything up to Alexa / Google... just because you can, doesn't mean you should. I keep reading about people griping about lack of Alexa / Google assistant integration, I don't get it.

I allow Alexa / Google to access my smart lights, wyzecams, wifi doorbells, and plugs / switches. I do not allow Alexa / Google access to any physical security mechanisms, like garage doors or door locks.

Opening another vector for access to the home, whether by malicious hackers or by accident with someone in the house saying "open garage door" or a youtube video review and someone saying "open garage door" is not a secure thing to do.

It could be pretty easy to get tricked to give out your Amazon / Google [9to5google.com] credentials if you're not careful.

I don't mind using the app on my phone to open / close the garage doors. It eliminates any possibility of someone messing with my garage doors intentionally or by accident.

I have the MyQ installed on a vacation home, it seems to work pretty well. I pair it with a WyzeCam so I get alerts from WyzeCam if motion is detected, or garage is opened, getting virtually 100% guarantee of alerts if garage door opens / closes.
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What causes it to beep?
its a "fake" safety alert per their customer service. I am right there when the door is opening / closing. And it cannot be a liability thing since the existing openers don't have that beep.
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