No need for planning a break-in in your own home though, because resetting the keypad code is an easy thing to do. Then there also comes a time when you lost your remote control and no matter how much you try to wrack your brain for its location, you just can’t remember. However, it is also possible that you just want to reset your keypad code pin and reprogram your remote control, and this is actually recommended in order to avoid security breach and hacking.
In order to change the code of your keypad, simply access the garage door unit located on your garage ceiling, find the learn button, which is located under the light cover, press the learn button and hold down until the light next to the button closes. By doing this, you are removing the old code programmed in your garage door system memory. Press the learn button again until the light opens and then proceed to the mounter keypad in order to set the new code that you wanted. The light from the garage door unit would blink several times, indicating that the new keypad pin has been accepted.
As for the remote control programming, it follows the same process, except of course, you have to press the button that you need on your remote control.