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willie in mn
Simple enough, as the other posters replied. Now the question is why you want to do this. Only thing I can think of is to prevent someone with a remote that happens to match your opener from opening the door. Bear with me for a minute. With the opener powered from the light circuit, the light would have to be on for the opener to work. That means the light would have to be on whenever the car is out. Follow the steps-
1- open the door, back the car out.
2- using the remote, close the door.
3- if you don't want the light on all day while gone to work, get out of car, walk back inside to turn off the light, walk back to car & drive away.
4- when you come back home, get out of car, walk inside, turn on light so you can open the door. Walk back to car & drive in. This defeats the purpose/convenience of having an opener.
Easy to do, & much more convenient to operate, add a seperate switch near the house door to control power to the opener.
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