|Posted on August 20, 2015 at 4:15 PM|
The Clicker Universal Wireless Keyless Entry. This chart applies to the original Clicker keypad, Chamberlain Clicker product and LiftMaster 387LM & 387LMC. Determine the opener ID for programming your Wireless Keyless Entry Keypad.
TYPE 4: Chamberlain, Sears Craftsman, LiftMaster, Master Mechanic, Do It, Genie Intellicode, Overhead Door, Stanley, Wayne Dalton. Linear garage door openers with a Smart/Learn Button.
ID # Garage Door Opener Brand & dates of Manufacture
- 1 - Linear garage door openers manufactured from 1997 to present.
- 2 - Chamberlain, Sears Craftsman, LiftMaster, Master Mechanic & Do It Openers from 1997 to 2004. (Red/Orange Button)
- 3 - Chamberlain, Sears Craftsman, LiftMaster, Master Mechanic & Do It Openers from 2005 to present. (Purple Button)
- 4 - Chamberlain, Sears Craftsman, LiftMaster, Master Mechanic & Do It Openers from 1993 to 1996. (Green Button)
- 5 - Genie Intellicode and Overhead Door garage door openers from 2005 to present. (315MHz)
- 6 - Genie Intellicode and Overhead Door garage door openers from 1995 to present. (390MHz)
- 7 - Stanley garage door openers from 1998 to present.
- 9 - Wayne Dalton garage door openers from 1999 to present.
TYPE 3: Chamberlain, Sears Craftsman, LiftMaster, Master Mechanic & Do It garage door openers or receivers with: (Yellow, White Or Grey) Smart/Learn Button. Your Opener
ID # is 11.
TYPE 2: Genie, Linear & Moore-O-Matic garage door openers or receivers with 2 position dip switches.
ID # DIP SWITCH TYPE
- 13 - 12 dip switch Genie garage door opener
- 14 - 10 dip switch Linear garage door opener
- 16 - 10 dip switch Stanley garage door opener
- 17 - 9 dip switch Genie garage door opener.
- 18 - 8 dip switch Linear, Moore-O-Matic garage door opener
TYPE 1: Chamberlain, Sears Craftsman, LiftMaster, Master Mechanic & Do It garage door openers & receivers with 3 position dip switches.
ID# DIP SWITCH TYPE
- 11 - 9 dip switch garage door openers (U.S.)
- 12 - 9 dip switch garage door openers (Canada)
- 15 - 8 dip switch garage door openers
- 19 - 7 dip switch garage door openers
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|Posted on August 20, 2015 at 2:10 PM||comments (401)|
A roll up sectional garage door uses rollers, hinges and tracks to operate the door. Along with the spring and cable system to balance the door and guide the movement without exess stress on the components. The number of rollers used on one door will vary on how many panels the door is constructed with. (Example) A four panel garage door will require 10 rollers, A 5 panel door will require 12 rollers. When purchasing rollers, you will find that there are a few choices to pick from, determining quality and noise factor. Replacing steel rollers with vinyl or vinyl coated rollers will reduce the sound of the roller running along the track. Also the length of the roller stem is available in 4", 5", 7" & 9" depending on the design and construction. Here are a few examples of rollers available for replacement.
- 2" Nylon roller with 4" stem
- 2" 11 ball bearing nylon coated roller with 4" stem
- 2" 11 ball bearing nylon coated with 7" stem
- 2" 13 ball bearing nylon coated with 4" stem
- 2" 13 ball bearing nylon coated with 7" stem
- 2" 7 ball bearing steel with 4" stem
- 2" 10 ball bearing steel with 4" stem
- 2" 10 ball bearing steel with 9" stem
IMPORTANT NOTE: Never remove the BOTTOM FIXTURES or fasteners on a sectional garage door with the spring fully loaded. The cables are attached to the bottom fixtures and may cause severe damage and throw the balance of the spring off.
All other rollers can be easily replaced by simply removing the bolts or lags holding the hinge down, pulling the hinge out of the track and relplacing the roller, then reinstalling the roller back to the hinge and to the track. Rollers hinges and tracks can be lubed with a silicon or recommended spray lube for proper functioning. Grease is not recommended on these components. Be careful not to spray inside the roller where the bearings are located. This will wash out the factory grease and cause the roller to wear out sooner.
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|Posted on July 11, 2015 at 7:45 PM|
Instructions for programming and adjusting the travel limits for LiftMaster, Chamberlain Garage Door Opener with black and purple program buttons located on the motor head near the wire terminals and control panel. Security+ Models include 3800, RJO, 3850 battery back up unit, belt drive, 3595 3/4hp chain drive and similiar openers using this technology. Also some Craftsman garage door opener models.
TO PROGRAM THE TRAVEL LIMITS:
Adjust the position of the door by using the black and purple buttons. Black moves the door up (open), and purple moves the door down (close). Start your programming with the door in the closed position.
SETTING THE UP POSITION:
- Press and hold the black button until the yellow indicator light begins to flash slowly then release.
- Press and hold the black button until the door reches the desired up (open) position.
- Push the remote control or wall control. This sets the up (open) limit and begins closing the door.
- When the door begins to move down, immediately press and release either the black or purple button. This will stop the door.
SETTING THE DOWN POSITION:
- Press and hold the purple button until the door reaches the desired down (close) position.
- Once the door is closed, if there appears to be too much pressure on the door, you may toggle the door back and forth using the black and purple buttons to reach the desired close position.
- Push the remote control or the wall control button. This sets the down (close) limit and should bring the door to the open position.
If the door is not stopping where you would like it, repeat these steps and program the limits again. Also consider re-setting the force adjustments.
|Posted on July 3, 2015 at 10:55 PM|
Free Download. Operation and maintenance manuals. Instruction manual for Genie Pro 7600 1/3hp and 8600 1/2hp garage door opener. Screw drive mechanism. Download PDF file for your unit @ gsoverheadsystems.com Instruction manuals page.