Genie Garage Door Opener Replacement Keypad and Ribbon for KEP-1

  • Includes keyboard and wire harness connector (ribbon)
  • Original Genie garage door opener replacement part with full manufacturers warranty

Product Description
Genie replacement keyboard for garage door opener universal wired keypad model KEP-1

Genie Garage Door Opener Replacement Keypad and Ribbon for KEP-1

5 Responses to Genie Garage Door Opener Replacement Keypad and Ribbon for KEP-1

  1. John Hicks says:

    This was the second replacement keypad I’ve had to purchase for my Genie KEP-1. The flaw in them is in the ribbon cable which connects the keypad to the control module. For something that was meant to be mounted outdoors, the cable is susceptable to water damage. I think a more weatherproof connection should be designed for this appliance.

    I will give Amazon high marks for having this item in their inventory because if you have a KEP-1 you’re going to need a replacement keypad at sometime.
    Rating: 2 / 5

  2. Our old one (that looked identical) must have gotten moisture under the keypad and stopped working. We live in the fog. Everything else worked fine. After reading other reviews we calked around this keypad between the black plastic and gray plastic face, and again around the outside edge of the unit. It has been perfect.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. D. Belvedere says:

    The keypad on my garage door opener (Genie KEP-1) had stopped working. I have an older home, and the available replacement radio systems are not compatible with my existing system. The Genie site no longer stocks this product, and I was contemplating replacing the entire opener system at a cost of several hundred dollars. I searched the Amazon vendors on the off chance that replacement parts may still be available and was pleasantly surprised to find that they were. The order arrived in a few days, installation was a snap, and my garage door keypad and outdoor opener works perfectly at a fraction of the cost that I had anticipated.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. papaparrot says:

    Very good product. Have been using this keypad for many years. What i like most is you don’t need batteries. They last about 3 – 4 years.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. E. Olson says:

    I found the receipt for the first one… it lasted 7 years. I guess I can spend twenty bucks for a new one every 7 years. Super easy replacement and no batteries to change.
    Rating: 4 / 5

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