Craftsman 139.53513 Specifications

Owners
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Garage Door Opener
Modem 1 39.535t
3
CAUTION:
READ INSTRUCTIONS
FOR SAFE OPERATION
AND RULES
CAREFULLY_
FASTEN THIS MANUAL
NEAR THE GARAGE
DOOR AFTER INSTALLATIOH.
PERIODIC
CHECKS
OF OPENER ARE REQUIRED
TO INSURE SATISFACTORY
OPERATIOH.
Features
of Your Opener ..............
Specifications
........................
You'll Need Tools ...................
Safety Rules ........................
Carton Check List ....................
Accessories
.........................
Identify
Your Door Type .............
Assembly
.............................
Installation
..........................
Adjustment
...........................
Operation
of Your Opener
..........
Radio Controls .......................
Having a Problem? .....................
Transmitter
Schematic
..............
Wiring
Diagram
......................
Receiver
Schematic
..................
Repair Parts, Rail Assembly
..........
Repair Parts, Installation
...........
Repair Parts, Chassis Assembly
....
How to Order Repair Parts .............
• ]aintenance
Agreements
...........
Sears Warranty ......................
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FEATURES
OF YOUR OPENER
1. Opener Lights: Turn on and off automaticaflywith
4-1/2 minute illumination
for your safety and convenience
Provide constant light when Work Light
control button is pressed
2. Safety System:
Independent
up and down force
adjustment
Door reverses automatically
when obstructed in DOWN direction
Door STOPS when
obstructed
in UP direction.
3o Emergency
Disconnect:
Pull cord disconnect
permits manual door operation,
4_ Automatic
Reconnect:
Trolley halves reconnect
for automatic operation when opener is energized
after emergency
discon nect.
5, Motor Power, 1/2 horsepower
permanently
cated motor with automatic
reseL
lubri-
6. Digital Radio Controls: 19,683 codes from which to
choose Can be changed easily by the owner
7.3-Channel Transmitter: Three push buttons, Each
button can activate one or more remote control
devices, The large transmitter button is factory
preset to operate the garage door opener_
8. Easy Limit Adjustment:
Limits of door opening
and closing adjusted by turning screws without removing chassis cover
9. Vacation Push Button: When the Vacation Push
Button is ON, the opener will not operate from the
transmitter The door will operate in the UP direction ONLY from the Wall Control (or optional Key
Switch accessory, Page 5).
SPECIFICATIONS
MOTOR
Type .....
Speed
Volts
Current
1t2 horsepower,
permanent
1500 rpm
120 Volts AC- 60 Hz Only
4 5 amperes
DRIVE
Gear reduction
Drive
Lubrication
Length of Travel
Travel rate
Lamp
Door linkage
SAFETY
split capacitor
Persona!
Electronic
Electrical
MECHANISM
!6:1
Chain & cable with two-piece
trolley on
steel Tee rail
Motor is self-lubricated,
Drive shaft bronze
oil-fit e bearings
Adjustable
to 7-1/2 feet
6 to 8 inches per second
On when door starts in travel, oft 4-t/2
minutes
after stop, Also separate
Work
Light push button
Adjuslable
doer arm
Pull cord
Irotley
release
Limit
Limit
Start
device
adjustment
circuit
.
Push button & automalic
direction
Push button &
up direction
Independent
up & down
screws
Motor overload protector
push button wiring
Circuil actuated
by limit
Screwdriver
adjustment
Low voltage push button
reversal in down
automatic
step tn
force
adjustment
and low voltage
nut
on side panel
or radio control
DIMENSIONS
Length (overall)
.
Headroom
required
Shipping
Weight
12!-t/2
inches
2 inches
43 pounds
YOU' LL N EED TOOLS
During assembly and installation
of your opener, the instruction
will call for use of various hand tools. Have a
stepladder
handy, and those tools illustrated below: Hammer, electric drill (also 3/16" and 5/16" drill bits), screwdriver, adjustable
end wrench or socket wrench kit, wire cutters, tape measure, pliers and hack saw.
Hack Saw
Pliers
Tape Measure
Wire
Cutters
Claw Hammer
Screwdriver
Stepladder
Adlustable End Wrench
Electric
Drill
Socket
Wrench
THIS SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL MEANS CAUTION
-- PERSONAL
STRUCTION,,
READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS
CAREFULLY,
THIS GARAGE DOOR OPENER
PROVIDED
IT IS INSTALLED
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS,
IS DESIGNED
AND TESTED
AND OPERATED
tN STRICT
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE
INJURY OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE
KEEP GARAGE DOOR
OR BINDING
DOORS
FOLLOWING
BALANCED.
STICKING
MUST BE REPAIRED.
GARAGE DOORS, DOOR SPRINGS,
CABLES,
PULLEYS, BRACKETS AND THEIR HARDWARE
MAY BE UNDER EXTREME TENSION
AND CAN
CAUSE SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURYo DO NOT
ATTEMPT
ADJUSTMENTS..
CALL A GARAGE
DOOR SERVICEMAN
TO MOVE, LOOSEN
OR
ADJUST
DOOR SPRINGS OR HARDWARE..
DO NOT WEAR RINGS, WATCHES
OR LOOSE
CLOTHING WHILE INSTALLING OR SERVICING
A GARAGE DOOR OPENER°
TO AVOID SERIOUS
PERSONAL
INJURY
FROM
ENTANGLEMENT,
REMOVE ALL ROPES CON"
NECTED TO THE GARAGE DOOR BEFORE INSTALLING
THE GARAGE
DOOR OPENER.
SAFETY
OR PROPERTY
DAMAGE
IN"
TO OFFER REASONABLY
SAFE SERVICE
ACCORDANCE
WITH THE FOLLOWING
INSTRUCTIONS
MAY RESULT
IN SERIOUS
PERSONAL
DO NOT USE FORCE ADJUSTME
NTS TO COMPENSATE
FOR A BINDING
OR STICKING
GARAGE DOOR. EXCESSIVE
FORCE WILLtNTERFERE WITH THE PROPER OPERATION
OF
. THE SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM OR DAMAGE
THE
GARAGE
DOOR°
(SEE
PAGE
19)o
FASTEN THE CAUTION
LABEL ON TH E WALL
NEAR THE WALL CONTROL
AS A REMINDER
OF SAFE OPERATING
PROCEDURES.
INSTALL THE WALL CONTROL (OR ADDITIONAL PUSH BUTTONS)
OUT OF THE REACH OF
CHILDREN,
DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN
TO
OPERATE WALL CONTROL OR TRANSMITTER,
SERIOUS
PERSONAL
INJURY FROM A CLOSING GARAGE DOOR MAY RESULT FROM ANY
MISUSE
OF THE OPENER.
DISENGAGE
ALL EXISTING
GARAGE
DOOR
LOCKS TO AVOID DAMAGE TO GARAGE DOOR
CAUTION:
INSTALLATION
AND WIRING MUST BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH LOCAL BUILDING
AND ELECTRICAL CODES.
LIGHTWEIGHT
DOORS
TIAL
REINFORCEMENT
DAMAGE°
THE
(SEE
SAFETY
PAGE
REVERSE
ACTIVATE
OPENER
ONLY
WHEN
THE DOOR IS IN FULL VIEW, FREE OF OBSTRUCTION
AND OPENER
IS PROPERLY AD _
JUSTED,
NO ONE SHOULD ENTER OR LEAVE
THE GARAGE WHILE
DOOR 1S tN MOTION.
DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN
TO PLAY NEAR
DOOR.
REQUIRE
SUBSTANTO AVOID
DOOR
10)o
SYSTEM
TEST
IS tM-
PORTANT (SEE PAGE 20),, THE GARAGE DOOR
MUST REVERSE
ON CONTACT
WITH A ONEINCH OBSTACLE
PLACED ON THE FLOOR,
FAI LUR E TO PROPERLY ADJ UST THE OPE N E R
MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY
FROM A CLOSING
GARAGE DOOR. REPEAT
TH E TEST AT LEAST ONC E A YEAR AN D MAKE
ANY NEEDED
ADJUSTMENTS°
USE EMERGENCY
RELEASE
ONLY TO DIS"
ENGAGE TROLLEY.
DO NOT USE RED EMERGENCY RE LEASE ROPE AND HANDLE TO PULL
DOOR OPEN OR CLOSED°
DISCONNECT
ELECTRIC
POWER TO GARAGE
DOOR OPENER
BEFORE
MAKING
REPAIRS
OR REMOVING
COVERS°
CARTON
CHECK
LiST
SEARS has packaged your Garage Door Opener in two cartons THE RAILASSEMBLY
CARTON
three-piece
rail, two hanging straps, straight door arm section* and rail assembly hardware
THE
OPENER
CARTON
CONTAINS:
CONTAINS:
Opener Chassis
Plastic Light Lenses (2)
3-Channel
Transmitter
and Clip (2)
Chain & Cable (in dispenser
carton)*
2-Piece Trolley*
*ILLUSTRATED BELOW
Inner
Trolley
Chain & Cable
in Dispenser
Carton
Header Bracket*
4-Strand Bell Wire*
Owners Manual
Hardware Bag
Wall Control
Sprocket
Cover*
Cable Pully Bracket*
Door Bracket & Plate*
Wedge Door Arm Section*
Outer
Trolley
(Inetudes
Caution
Label)
Sprocket
Cover
J
Cable
Pulley
Bracket
SEPARATE
Header
Bracket
Door Bracket
and Plate
ALL HARDWARE
ASSEMBLY
FOR ASSEMBLY
Chain
Retainer
Bracket
4 S_rand
Bell Wire
AND
INSTALLATION
HARDWARE
Door Arm
(Wedge & Straight
Sections)
PROCEDURES
INSTALLATION
AS SHOWN
BELOW,
HARDWARE
Clevis Pin
5/16" x 2,3/4"
(1)
]lqTF[iiilili illD
Lockwasher
5/16" (3)
(_
Master Link
(2)
@
"%,[
Carriage
Bolt
5/16'-18x2,1/2""
Washered
Screw
5/16" - 18xl/2"
(4)
"(2 mounted
in Chassis)
(2)
Rope
Coller
Pin
(3)
5/16 "° 18xl-7/8"
(4)
Nut
5/16" - 18
(e)
BAB x 1"
(2)
Carriage
Bolt
1/4"-20xl/2"
(4)
@
Hex Screw
5/16 "_ 18 x 7/8'
(2)
Clevis Pin
5/16" x 1 "
(2)
Lock Nut
1/4"-20
Handle
© @
Lock Washer
5/16"(6)
(4)
5/16"-18
× 7/8'"
(4)
Insulated
Staple (18)
Nut
5/16"18
(6)
a
Acc÷ssGries
Sears offers many useful accessories
bers and descriptions.,
for your garage
door open er They are illustrated below with Sears stock
EXTRA TRANSMITTER:
Includes
num-
visor clip
5371
5370_/C._
_r_/_
53701
.......
,
_--
OUTDOOR
KEY SWITCH:
transmitter
is not handy
OPEN DOOR INDICATOR:
is open,
Opens the garage
door automatically
from outside
when
Provides an illuminated signal when your garage door
,z. _..........
53702
QUICK RELEASE KEY LOCK: Allows manual operation of your garage door fromthe
outside in case of power failure or where there is no service entrance, For wood or
metal doors only,
INFRARED
REVERSING
SENSOR:
An optional system which provides auxiliary
support to the safety features built into your opener, Sensors detect any obstruction
to your door whi_e in the down cycle and transmit a signal to the opener, The opener
wilt cause a closing door to reverse and prevent an open door from closing,
53709
FOR SECTIONAL
DOORS
ONI.Y
QUICK TURN BRACKETS: Replace top brackets and rollers on door to reduce
height of door travel, For use when installing opener in garage with Iow headroom clearance,
.......
, ,,,,,,,........
IDENTIFY
SECTIONAL
DOOR
CURVED TRACK
Highest
Point
of Travel
YOUR DOOR TYPE
ONE PIECE DOOR
NO TRACK
JAMB HARDWARE
Highest
Point of Travel
FROM THESE
ILLUSTRATIONS
ONE PIECE DOOR
HORIZONTAL
TRACK
JAMB HARDWARE
Highest
Point
ONE PIECE DOOR
NO TRACK
PIVOT HARDWARE
of Travet
I
/,
Track
Door
Hardware
t
CERTAIN iNSTALLATION
PROCEDURES VARY ACCORDING TO GARAGE DOOR TYPES. WHERE DIFFERENCES
OCCUR,
BE SURE TO FOLLOW
ONLY
THOSE
INSTRUCTIONS
WHICH
APPLY
TO YOUR
DOOR
CONSTRUCTION,
AssembUy
TO AVOID INSTALLATION
DIFFICULTIES,
COMPLETED
STEP 8, PAGE ! 5.
STE P 1
DO NOT
RUN THE
GARAGE
DOOR OPENER
UNTIL
YOU HAVE
Assemble
reoRa,_ AttachCabl_P.,_yBr_okot
, ,=_==,,,,,= ,=, ,,,= ....
=,,
TEE RAIL BACK
(TO CHASSIS)
CA UTtON: Do not tighten the lock
necks are seated in square holes.
nuts until
bolt
TeaRail
(End Section)
\
Carriage Bolt
!/4" -20×1/2"
Flange
Tee Rail
(Center
PROCEDURE:
Ptace the 3 Tee rail sections on a flat
surface fol assembly.. THIS lS IMPORTANT. The center
section has two connection flanges. The end sections
are identical.
I14""Lock Nut
Refer to illustration
BE SURE CENTER SECTION IS
POSITIONED
ON THE CORRECT
SIDE OF TEE
RAIL. (When assembled, Tee rail has a front-to-back
position as shown)
Bott center rail section to end sections with the hardware illustrated,
Tee Rail
(End Sectior
SQUARE NECKS ON CARRIAG E BOLTS MUST BE
SEATED IN SQUARE HOLES IN TEE RAILS,
Square Carriage
Bolt Hole
Screws
Cable pulley bracket
attaches to FRONT
END of Tee Rail
TEE RAIL FRONT
(TO DOOR)
Align front end of tee rait with cable puItey bracket and
connect as shown Tighten screws and nuts securely
Cabie Pulley
Bracket
Assembmy
STE
P
2
connect
Trolley
& Attach
Chain
Retainer
Bracket
,
.....
As a temporary
stop,
rail as shown° Siide
rail, as shown, until
driver Slide the outer
partially engages the
, _,_,,u,,
insert a screwdriver
into Tee
the inner trolley onto the Tee
it is firmly against the screwtrolley onto the Tee rail until it
inner trolley and stops
TO FULLY ENGAGE
TROLLEY;
With a hammer,
firmly tap the back end of outer trolley just below the
rail guide Outer trolley must move forward to fully
engage inner trolley Be careful to avoid damaging
trolley spring
_
Outer
TrotleY
_nner Trolley
Outer
Nut
Lock
Temporary
Stop
Screwdriver
Inner
Nut
Washer
5/1_
_
Cable
PuIley
Bracket
Chain
Retainer
Bracket
Threaded
End
\
Trolley
Shaft
Attach inner nut, lock washer, chain retainer bracket
and outer nut to trolley shaft in the order shown.. The
retainer bracket should be kept in the illustrated
position DO NOT TIGHTEN NUTS UNTIL STEP 5,
PAGE 9
Flat End
@
._//5/16"
USE ON LY THOSE SCREWS MOUNTED
IN TOPOF OPENER CHASSIS. FAILURE
TO DO SO WiLL CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE DOOR OPENEE
Washered
5/16"d
Screw 4
8xt/2"
Permanent
PROCEDURE:
Place opener chassis on packing
ma terial to protect cover, For convenience,
place a
support under the cable pu[]ey bracket.
Remove 5/16"-t 8xt/2"
washered screws mounted
in top of opener chassis. Align hotes in back end of
Tee rail with holes in opener chassis Fasten the rail
to the chassis
with washered
screws previously
rein eve& CA UTION: USE ONLY THESESCREWS!
Use of any other screws will cause serious
damage to door opener.
Tighten screws securely_
insert a 5/16"-18xl/2"
washered screw into the permanent stop hole in the Tee rail back section as
shown Tighten securely with a 5/16" nut
Slop
_
_/
Hole_
Nut
5/16"-18
Tee Rail
(Back Section)
7
AssembBy
DO NOT REMOVE CHAIN
PENSER CA RTON.
AND CABLE
FROM DIS-
Masle_
Detach cable from side of carton and fasten
with a master link from coin envelope
to tro!ley
MASTER LINK PROCEDURE:
Push pins of master
link bar through loop of cable and hole in flat end of
trolley shaft Push cap onto pins and into notches,
Slide clip-on spring over cap and into pin notches
until both pins are locked in place
Cable
LOOl
Flat End
Trofley
ShaN
Opener Chassis
Sprocket
Master
Outside
B,3r
Notch
CAUTION:
Keep chain taut while dispensing
carton to help prevent
kinking,
from
Stide trolley tight against screwdriver
stop. Dispense
cable around pulley bracket Proceed back around
the opener sprocket and forward to chain retainer
bracket Be sure teeth on chassis sprocket engage
chain
Chain
Tee Rail
Connect chain to chain retainer bracket, as shown in
inset, using second master link from coin envelope.
NOTE: Check to make sure chain is not twisted.
Washered
Screw
5/16"_18×1/2"'
Chain
Retainer
Bracket
As a permanent
trolley stop, insert 5/16" washered
screw into remaining hole in Tee rail front, Tighten securely with 5/16" nut. REMOVE TEMPORARYSTOP
INSERTED
IN STEP 2_
Masler
Link
Threaded
of Trolley
Trolley
5 t 6"_18
Master
Link
Cable
Pulley
Bracket
;End
Shaft
AssembRy
STEP 5
CAUTION:
turned,
Keep
chain
from
tightenthe
twisting
Inner
as nuts
and Cable
are
PROCEDURE:
Thread inner nut along shaft toward
trolley Tighten chain and cable by turning outer nut
in the same direction as shown,
Outer
_
Chain
-T
Chain is properly tightened
when it is approximately
1/2" above the base of Tee rail midway between
cable pulley bracket and chassis
Bracket
When chain tension is correct, turn inner nut toward
chain retainer bracket until tight, If chain begins to
sag below Tee rail after repeated
door opener
operations:
Trolley
1, Loosen
inner
nut (thread
toward
trolley).
2. Tighten
outer
nut (thread
toward
trolley).
3,
Chain
Retighten
inner
tainer bracket)°
\
-,*------
nut (thread
toward
chain
re-
1/2 Inch
1
Base of Tee Rail
,r
STE P 6
Attach
,,
,
,,
,,,
,'_' h/, ' '"'"
Sprocket
Cover
*H' .............
to Opener
n'
Chassis
PROCEDURE: Attach sprocket cover to chassis as
shown in Illustrations (A) and (B). Insert back tab in
chassis slot,, Then bend cover forward and insert
front tab in slot provided on mounting plate
Sprocket
Cover
'"'*"_'"'"""'
_-_
Mounting
Plate
ASSEMBLY
OF YOUR GARAGE" DOOR
CERTAIN
INSTALLATION
PROCEDURES
ENCES
OCCUR,
BE SURE TO FOLLOW
CONSTRUCTION°
DO NOT WEAR WATCHES,
RINGS
OPENER
IS NOW COMPLETE°
VARY ACCORDING
TO GARAGE DOOR TYPES. WHERE
DIFFER _
ONLY THOSE
INSTRUCTIONS
WHICH
APPLY TO YOUR DOOR
OR LOOSE CLOTHING
WHILE
INSTALLING
OR SERVICING
A DOOR OPENER.
KEEP GARAGE DOOR BALANCED.
STICKING
OR BINDING
DOORS MUST BE REPAIRED.
GARAGE DOORS,
DOOR SPRINGS,
CABLES,
PULLEYS,
BRACKETS
AND THEIR HARDWARE
MAY BE UNDER EXTREME
TENS|ON AND CAN CAUSE SERIOUS
PERSONAL
INJURY.
DO NOT ATTEMPT
ADJUSTMENTS°
CALL A GARAGE
DOOR SERVICEMAN
TO MOVE, LOOSEN OR ADJUST DOOR SPRINGS
OR HARDWARE.
installation
Completed
installations
of header bracket, door bracket and door arm (depending on door type) are shown below, The
header bracket supports the front end of the Tee rail. The door bracket connects door arm to trolley
IT iS RECOMMENDED
THAT THE OPENER
PERMITS
Follow only those instructions
BE INSTALLED 7 FEET OR MORE ABOVE THE FLOOR
which appty to your door type as shown on Page 5.
STE P !
WHERE
SPACE
t.sta. oorBraoket Plate
TO PREVE NT'DAM'AGE'TOL|G HTWEIGHT GARAGE DOORS','ALwAYS REINFoRcETHEINsiDE
BOTH VERTICALLY AND HORIZONTALLY--WITH
2x4 BOARDS OR ANGLE IRON,
O'F DOOR _
Horizontal brace should be at least 6 feet long, Vertical brace should cover height of top panel. Reinforcement
hardware is not supplied (See No t Below) FASTEN SECURELY AS SHOWN BEFORE INSTALLING DOOR
BRACKET AND PLATE.
Sectional
Door installation
With door closed, locate and mark the vertical centerline of garage door Extend line onto header wall
above door
t, Assemble door bracket and plate as shown Center bracket on vertical guideline (or u p to one foot left
or right of center if necessary)
2. Position bracket assembly on face of door within
the following limits: A,, Top edge of bracket 2" to 4"
below the top edge of door B.. Directly below any
structural
support across top of door
Header
8rackel
1
Placement
Header
Wall
Vertical
Center-Line
DOOR
depends
on your particular
needs
3o Mark and drill 5/16" TOP and BOTTOM
holes Secure bracket as shown
t
Door Bracket
Plate Assy
SECTIONAL
Procedure
fastening
&
DOOr
Arm
Board
Lightweight
All One-Piece
for
Doors
Door
Inside Edge
of Door or
Reinforcement
Board
Bnstailation
With door closed, locate and mark vertical centeriine
of door Extend line onto header walt above door
Nul ,--"
5/16"-18
Procedure
NOTE: Door bracket may be installed
on face of
door if required
for your installation,
(Refer to
dotted line drawing).
HOWEVER,
drill 3/16"pilot
holes and substitute
5/16"×
1-1/2" lag screws
(not supplied)
to fasten bracket to door.
NOTE:
The door bracket
has left and right side
fastening
holes. Assemble
door bracket and plate
if your installation
requires
top and bottom
fastening
holes,, (Refer to illustration).,
Center bracket (with or without plate as required) on
top edge of door as shown Mark and driti two 5/16"
fastening
holes and secure door bracket, NOTE: If
door has no exposed
framing,
drill 3/16"
pilot
holes and substitute
5/16" x 1-1/2" lag screws
(not supplied)
to fasten bracket to top of door.
Lock Washer
5/16"
_/NuI
_
Header
Bracket
1
Header
Wall
Door
8racket
5/16"-18
1
Door
Arm
Face of Door
Installation
Top Edge
of
(Outside)
Vertical
Cen
Line
-(Optional)
I
Carriage
Bolt
ONE PIECE
i
F
5116'-18x2-1/2
"
lO
DOOR
Door Braeke
Plate
(Optional)
nsta ation
THE HEADER BRACKET
MUST BE RIGIDLY FASTENED
WALL OR CEILING
WiTH 2x4 IF NECESSARY,
TO THE
Ceiling
Optional
Quick Turn Brackets are designed
for tow
headroom
installations
They replace top brackets
and rollers on the garage door, thereby lowering the
high point of door travel Installation instructions are
contained
in the accessory
carton
*L_I
........
_
Header
Bracket
Header
Bracket
Track
I
_/
of Trove{
Highest
Point
Highest Point
of Travel
Position bracket as shown (bottom edge of bracket
on horizontal line) Mark either top and bottom or left
and right bracket holes Drill 3/16" pilot holes and
fasten bracket
Track
--
Door
Lag Screws
5/16"-18xt-7/8'"
t
7
/
REINFORCE
ONE-PIECE
DOOR
HORIZONTAL
TRACK
.JAMB HARDWARE
SECTIONAL
DOOR
CURVED TRACK
"
Header
Bracket
WALL OR CEILING.
I NSTALLATION
SECTIONAL
DOOR AND
1-PIECE DOOR WITH TRACK
Locate height for header bracket by opening door to
highest point of travel as shown. Draw a horizontal
line on header wall 2" above high point This height
provides travel clearance
for top edge of door
When headroom
is not sufficient
for 2" clearance,
bottom edge of bracket may be placed parallel to the
high point of travel, or bracket may be attached to
ceiling
,/
HEADER
/
,/
INSTALLATION
I-Pi ECE DOOR WITHOUT
5¢"
If the total number of inches exceeds
the height
available in your garage, use the maximum
height
possible
On finished ceilings,
do not position
the
bracket closer than t/2" from ceiling
ONE-PIECE
DOOR
NO TRACK
JAMB HARDWARE
ONE-PIECE
DOOR
NO TRACK
PIVOT HARDWARE
Header
Bracket
Locate height for header bracket by opening door to
highest point of travel as shown. Measure distance
from top of door to floor. Subtract actua! height of
door. Add 8" to the remainder
See example be!ow
TRACK
H ghest Point
•I
O_ irave
'p
Header
_r ......
t_ acket _
I_,]X&.,
H_gnest Point
Of Travet
Door
Measuring from top of door, draw a horizontal line on
the header wall at the determined
height. Position
bottom edge of header bracket on horizontal
line,
centering
bracket on vertical line, Mark either top
and bottom or left and right holes Drill 3/16" pilot
holes and fasten with 5/16" x 1-7/8" lag screws as
shown above
EXAMPLE
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Pwot
Distance from top of door (at
highest point of travel) to floor
Actual height of door
Remainder
Add
Bracket height on header wall
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92"
-88"
4"
+ 8"
=12"
Installation
STE P 3
Attach
Tee Rail to Header
Bracket
PROCEDURE:
Position opener chassis on garage
floor below door and header brackets. Use packing
material base to protect cover NOTE: To enable
Tee rail to clear sectional
door springs,
it may be
necessary
to lift the chassis
onto a temporary
support.
CAUTION: Chassis must either be secured to support or held firmly in place by another
person,
Raise Tee rai] until cable pulley and header brackets
come together
Align bracket hotes and join with
clevis pin as shown insert and spread cotter pin to
secure
Packing
Material
STEP 4
TO PREVENT
DAMAGE TO ALL
OPENER ON THE DOOR
posit on
Opener
LIGHTWEIGHT
DOORS_ AND
Chassis
DOORS
WITH
WINDOWS,
DO NOT REST THE
ONE-PaECE DOOR
WiTH NO - TRACK
INSTALLATION
SECTaONAL
and ONE-PIECE
DOOR WiTH TRACK
INSTALLATION
NOTE: A 2x4 is convenient
for setting
an ideal
door-to-Tee
rail distance,
It is not necessary
where headroom
is insufficient.
PROCEDURE:
Measure the distance
from floor
top of door (in fully open position
and parallel
floor),
PROCEDURE:
Raise the opener
chassis onto a
stepladder
Open the garage door Place a 2x4 on
edge on top section of door directly above door
bracket°
Rest Tee rail on 2x4
Using a stepladder
as a support,
raise the opener
chassis to the same distance from the floor (chassis
will have a slight angte as shown)
Tee Rai!
The top of the door should be level with the top of the
opener For maximum efficiency,
do not position the
opener chassis more than 2 inches above this point
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2x4
Header
p_pener
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THE OPENER CHASSIS MUST BE ATTACHED TO A
STRUCTURAL
SUPPORT OF THE GARAGE Three
representative
installations
are shown. Yours may be
different. Hanging brackets should be angled to provide rigid support.
PROCEDURE:
On EACH side of opener measure
the distance from chassis to structural
support
Cut both pieces of the hanging bracket to required
lengths. Flatten one end of each bracket and bend or
twist to fit fastening angles.. DO NOT BEND AT BRACKET HOLES. Drill 3/16" pilot holes in structural support, Fasten flattened
ends of brackets to support
as shown.
Lift opener and fasten to hanging bracket as shown..
Check to make su re Tee rail is centered
over door
bracket.,
Close the garage door, If door hits rail,
raise header bracket,
REMOVE 2x4o
Grease rail surfaces
grease is supplied
on which trolley slides
A tube of
Bracket
(Not Supplied)
Finished
Ceiling
Screw
5/16"_18×7/8"'
5/16"
Nut
5/16",18
STE P 6
@
Att.oh
Emergency
Release
Rope
& Handle
USE EMERGENCY
RELEASE ONLY TO £JlSENGAGE
TROLLEY°
DO NOT USE
RED
EMERGENCY
RELEASE
ROPE AND HANDLE TO PULL DOOR OPEN OR CLOSED°
Overhand
PROCEDURE: Thread one end of ropethrough hole
in red handle and secure with an overhand knot.
NOTE: Knot should be at least I inch from end of
rope to prevent slipping. Thread other end of rope
through hole in release arm of outer trolley Adjust
rope length so that handle is 6 feet above the floor,
Secure with an overhand knot as above,
Release
Emergency
Release Handle
NOTE: If it is necessa_to cut rope, heat seat cut
end with a match or lighter to prevent fraying
and/or raveling,
_"_Overhand
Knot
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Arm
INSTALL
WALL
CONTROL
(OR ADDITIONAL
PUSH BUTTONS)
OUT OFTH E REACH OF CHIL_
DREN, DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN
TO OPERATE
WALL
CONTROL
OR TRANSMITTER°
SERIOUS
PERSONAL
INJURY
FROM A CLOSiNG GARAGE DOOR MAY RESULT FROM ANY
MISUSE OF OPENER°
Installation
Flange
Top
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FASTEN THE CAUTION
LABEL ON THE WALL
NEAR THE WALL CONTROL
AS A REMINDER
OF SAFE OPERATING
PROCEDURES
PROCEDURE:
There are 4 screw terminals on the
back of the Walt Control
Connect
the bell wire by
color; yellow to yellow, white to white, red to red and
black to black
Bottom
Installation
PJange
Fasten Walt Control to a n inside garage wall, as shown,
with the 8ABx I "sheet metal screws provided. A convenient place is beside the service door and OUT OF
THE REACH OF CHILDREN
Terminals
Run the belt wire up the wall and across
the garage door opener
Use insulated
the ceiling
staples.
to
The receiver terminals
as well as the antenna are
located on the right side panel of the opener
Bend
antenna wire down until it is parallel to chassis panel
Then connect the wire by color to the red, white,
black and yellow opener terminal screws
Opener
WIRING
INSTRUCTIONS
Infrared
FOR ACCESSORIES
Reversing
System:
To white & black opener terminals
Open Door indicator:
Right Side
Panel
of
Opener
To white
Antenna
& orange
opener
terminals
Key Switch:
To red & white
OPERATION
Vacation
Push Button
opener
terminals
OF WALL
CONTROL
Work Light
Push Button
WALL
Press and release
CONTROL
to open
PUSH
BUTTON
or close doer
Press and release again to REVERSE door during
or to STOP doer during OPENING
cycle
VACATION
Activate
Vacation
feature
PUSH
CLOSING
cycle
BUTTON
only when door
is in closed
position.
Press and release
Push button tight wii turn ON The Vacation
fen*
tore was designed
to prevent operation of door from the transmitter
and attow door to travel in the U P direction
ONLY from the Walt Control push button (press and release) and Key Switch accessory
Press and release again Push button
return to normat operation
A power faiiure of more
feature to turn OFF
WORK
Wall Control
Push Button
Press and retease
than 30 seconds
LIGHT
Opener
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14
PUSH
Opener
will
wil! ca use the vacation
BUTTON
light wilt turn on and remain
Press and retease again Opener
and ture off after 4-1/2 minutes
. ..
light will turn OFF
tig h t will return to normal
on
operation
Bnstantation
TO AVOID SERIOUS
PERSONAL
I N JURY FROM ENTANGLEM
GARAGE
DOOR BEFORE OPERATING
DOOR OPENER°
REMOVE
EXISTING
INSTALLATION
OPERATION
GARAGE
AND WIRING
AT OTHER
THAN
DOOR LOCKS
MUST
REMOVE
OR USE A WOOD SCREW
BE IN COMPLIANCE
120V 6OHz
ENT,
WILL
CAUSE
WITH
OPENER
ALL ROPES
CON NECTED
OR NAIL TO MAKE THEM
LOCAL
BUILDING
MALFUNCTION
AND
AND
|NOPERATIME.
ELECTRICAL
DAMAGE.
IF LOCAL ELECTRICAL CODES DO NOT REQUIRE
PERMANENTWIRING:
Insert the 3-prong plug into a
3-hole receptacle. UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED
DO
NOT USE A 2-WIRE ADAPTER.,
IF LOCAL CODES REQUIRE
Refer to illustration,
PERMANENTWlRING:
PROCEDURE:
Make connection
through
diameter hole in top of opener chassis
1. Remove opener
cover screws,
2, Remove
attached
chassis
7/8
cover by removing
3-prong
inch
Ground Tab
Ground Screw
the 4
cord.
3. Connect black (line) wire to black wire on terminal
block; white (neutral) wire to white terminal wire; green
(ground) wire to green ground screw.
CAUTION:
BE SURE UNIT IS
ACCORDING
TO LOCAL CODE
GROUNDED
While
Wire
STEP 9
l.sta, Lights andLenses
PROCEDURE:
Install a 75 watt maximum light bulb
in each socket as shown The iights turn on automatically when opener starts. After 4-t/2 minutes they
wilt turn off, Lights will REMAIN ON when Work Light
push button on Wail Control is pressed.
Lens
Guide
IMPORTANT
NOTE: if the lights in your _tarage
door opener do not work_ it may NOT be the fault o f
the opener. Some short-neck
bulbs, because
of
their shape, do not make contact
with the socket
base tab,, Use standard-neck
bulbs,
Lens Tab
INSTALLING
LENSES:
Slide lenses into the lens
guides as shown_ Snap bottom tabs into tens slots.
(The force and limit adjustment
settings are located
on side panels behind lenses)
Lens
Slot
NOTE: FOR CONVENtENCE_
LENSES MAYBE INSTALLED AFTER ADJUSTMENT,
STEP 3, PAGE 20.
15
TO THE
CODES°
lnstaHmation
STE P ! O
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INSTALLATION
PROCEDURE:
Fasten straight door arm section to
trolley and wedge door arm section to door bracket,
as shown (A) Insert and spread acotter pin to secure
each connection
,
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ONLY
B
A
Lock
Washers
5/16"
Nut
5/16"-18
Screws
5/16"-18
Straight
Door Arm
Door
Bracket
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Door
Bracket
Wedge
Door Arm
INSTALLATION
FOR SECTIONAL
DOOR
× 7/8"
Bring the door arm sections together
Find a pair of
holes that line up and join sections as shown (B)
IS COMPLETE.
ALL ONE-PgECE
PROCEED
DOOR
ASSEMBLE
DOOR ARM PROCEDURE: Fasten
straight and wedge door arm sections together to
their longest possible length. With door closed, connect straight door arm section to door bracket as
shown Insert and spread cotter pin to secure.
TO ADJUSTMENT
STEP
1, PAGE 18o
INSTALLATIONS
Cotter
Pin--I
Door
et
Nuts
1! 6"',,18
Clevis
Pin
Straight
Door Arm
Lock Washer
5/16"
Screws
5/16"-18
16
x 7/8"
nstaSiation
STE P 11
Adjust
Limits
(All One-Piece
Doors
Only)
O
CAUTION:
To prevent
damage to garage
doors,
the opener
limits must be adjusted
on ALL ONEPIECE DOORS.
Limit Adjustment
settings
which door will stop when
regulate
moving
O
O
the points at
up or down.
Repeated operation of the opener during adjustment
may cause the motor to overheat and shut off Simply
wait 15 minutes and continue adjustments
Limit adjustment
screws are located on the ]eft side
panel of the opener as shown increase limits byturning screws in direction
shown on tabel, Decrease
limits by turning screws in opposite direction
Left Side
Pane_
Limit
Adjustment
Screws
Adjustment
Label
The following illustration shows the position of the door arm and trolley when the door is open (solid line drawing),
and when the door is closed (dotted line drawing)
Fully Closed
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L___Closed
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Door
Door
Arm
Bracket
Door
Arm
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ADJUSTMENT
PROCEDURE
- OPEN
PROCEDURES
PROCEDURE
DOOR ADJUSTMENT
- CLOSED
DOOR
ADJUSTMENT
DECREASE the U P limit by turning the UP limit adjustment screw counterclockwise
8 complete turns
DECREASE the DOWN limit by turning the DOWN
limit adjustment
screw clockwise 4 complete turns.
Press Wall Control
full open position
Press Wall Control push button
full ciosed position.,
push button
Trolley will travel to
Trolley
will travel
to
Manually close garage door and lift door arm to the
trolley Arm should touch trolley iust ahead of door
arm connector
hole as shown in dotted line drawing
If arm is behind the connector
hole, make further
DECREASED
limit adjustment., One full turn equals 2
inches of door travel
Manually raise garage door to open position (paralfel to floor) and lift door arm to trolley The arm should
touch trot{ey just in back of door arm connector hole
as shown in solid line drawing
if the arm does not
extend far enough, make further DECREASED
limit
adjustment.
One full turn equals 2 inches of door
travel
CON NECT DOOR ARM TO TROLLEY PROCEDURE:
With door closed, join wedge door arm to connector
hole in
trolley with the remaining clevis pin, Secure with a cotter pin NOTE: It may be necessary
to lift door slightly
to
make connection.
Run the opener through a complete travel cycle, if door has a slight 'downward'
slant in full open position,
UP limit adjustment
screw counterclockwise
to decrease travel until door is parallel to floor°
17
turn the
Adjustment
ST'E
P
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Adjust
UP and DOWN
Limits
The limit adjustment
screws are located on the left side panel of the opener chassis
settings regulate the points at which the door will stop when moving up or down
NOTE: DoorSTOPS
in UP direction
if anything
interferes
with
tion if anything
interferes
with door travel (including
binding
as shown
LIMIT ADJ USTMENT
door travel
Door REVERSES
or unbalanced
doors),,
in DOWN
PROCEDURE:
To operate opener, press Wall Control Push Button or transmitter
push button, Run the
opener through a COMPLETE
TRAVEL CYCLE No
adjustments
are needed when the door opens and
closes completely
and does not reverse uninten*
tionally in down direction
The following chart outlines adjustment
procedures.
Run opener through a COMPLETE TRAVEL CYCLE
AFTER EACH ADJUSTMENT.
NOTE: REPEATED
OPERATION
OFTHE OPENER DURING ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
MAY CAUSE THE ,MOTOR
TO OVERHEATAND
SHUTOFFo
SIMPLYWAIT
15
MINUTES
AND TRY AGAIN,, Read the chart carefully before proceeding to Step 2, Pg t9 Use a screwdriver to make limit adjustments
Limit
Adiustment
Screws
Adjustmen_
LliVIlT ADJUSTMENT
IF DOOR DOES NOT
OPEN COMPLETELY
BUT OPENS AT
LEAST FIVE FEET
Label
CHART
Increase UP travel by turning UP LIMIT adjustment
clockwise
direction
as shown on labe! One turn
inches of travel,
If door doesn't open at least 5 feet, adjust OPEN
explained in Step 2, Page 19
screw
equals
FORCE
in
2
as
1,, ON SECTIONAL
DOORS:
Lengthen the door arm (See Step t0, Page 16)
tF DOOR DOES NOT
CLOSE COMPLETELY
If door arm is at maximum length, increase the DOWN travel
by turning the down limit adjustment
screw in a counter
clockwise direction
as shown on label One turn equals 2
inches of travel,
If door still will not close completely,
the header
positioned
too high Repeat Step 2, Page 11
2o ON ONE-PIECE
DOORS:
bracket
is
Increase DOWN travel by turning the down limit adiustment
screw in a cou nterclockwise
direction as shown on label One
turn equals 2 inches of travel
TEST
IF DOOR REVERSES
WHEN CLOSING AND
THERE IS NO INTERFERENCE TO
TRAVEL CYCLE
DOOR
FOR BINDING
Pull emergency
release handle and manually open and close
the door If door is binding, call a door serviceman
t,. IF OPENER REVERSES BEFORE DOOR CLOSES FULLY:
Adjust the CLOSE FORCE as explained in Step 2, Page 19
2, IF OPENER REVERSES IN FULLY CLOSED POSITION:
Decrease DOWN travel Turn the down limit adjustment screw
in clockwise
direction
One turn equals 2 inches of travel
t8
direc-
Adjustment
$TgP 2
Aajust
Force
o
DO NOT USE FORCE ADJUSTMENTS TO COMPENSATE FOR A BINDING OR STICKING GARAGE DOOR.
EXCESSIVE FORCE WILL INTERFERE WITH THE PROPER OPERATION OF TH E SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM
OR DAMAGE THE GARAGE DOOR_
Force Adjustment
Controls are tocated on right side
panel of the opener chassis, FORCE ADJUSTMENT
settings regulate
the amount of power required to
open and close the door
NOTE: Door STOPS in UP
interferes
with door travel°
DOWN direction
if anything
travel (including
binding
or
direction
if anything
Door REVERSES
in
interferes
with door
unbalanced
doors)°
Controls
If force adjustments
are set too light, door travel may
be interrupted
by nuisance reversals in the DOWN
direction and stops in the UP direction
As weather
conditions
can affect door movement,
occasional
adjustment
may be needed.
The maximum force adjustment range is 260 degrees,
about 3/4 of a complete
turn. Do not force controls
beyond that point, Turn force adjustment
controls
with a screwdriver
Adjustment
Label
FORCE
ADJUSTMENT
CHART
IF DOOR DOESN'T
OPEN AT LEAST 5 FT:
Increase
UP (OPEN) FORCE by turning control in a clockwise direction as shown on label Make 10 degree turn adjustments until door opens completely°
Readjust
UP LIMIT if
necessary, After each adjustment,
run the opener through a
complete travel cycle
IF DOOR REVERSES
DURING THE DOWN
(CLOSE) CYCLE:
increase DOWN (CLOSE) FORCE by turning control in a
clockwise direction as shown on label° Make 10 degree turn
adjustments until door completes the close cycle. After each
adjustment, run opener through a complete travel cycle.
TEST DOWN
(CLOSE)
FORCE:
Grasp the door handle or door bottom when door is about
halfway through DOWN (CLOSE) TRAVEL. The door should
reverse If the door is hard to hold or doesn't reverse, decrease the DOWN (CLOSE) FORCE by turning the cont[ol in.a
counter clockwise direction. Make 10 degree turn adjustments until the door reverses normally. After each adjustment, run the opener through a complete travel cycle,
19
Adjustment
STEP 3
Test Safety
Reverse
System
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THE SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM TEST IS IMPORTANT,
THE GARAGE DOOR MUSTREVERSE
ON CONTACT
WITH A ON E INCH OBSTACLE
PLACED ON THE FLOOR, FAILURE TO PROPERLY ADJ UST TH E OPENER MAY
RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL
INJURY FROM A CLOSING
GARAGE DOOR, REPEAT TH E TEST AT LEAST
ONCE A YEAR AND MAKE ANY NEEDED ADJUSTMENTS.,
PROCEDURE:
Place a tqnch obstacle
on the floor
direction, The door must reverse on the obstruction
under
the garage
If a SECTIONAL
door STOPS on the obstruction,
lenghthen
door arm (Step 10, Page 16) until the door
reverses in DOWN direction
door
Operate
the door in the DOWN
SECTIONAL
DOOR
If a ONE-PIECE
door stops on obstruction,
door is
not traveling far enough in DOWN direction Increase
the DOWN limit by turning the DOWN limit adjustment screw counter-clockwise
t/4 turn REPEATTEST
When the door reverses
remove obstruction
and
plete travel cycle Door
position
If it does, repeat
on the lqnch obstruction,
run opener through a commust not reverse in closed
Adjustment
Steps 2 and 3
ONE-PIECE
DOOR
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REPEAT
ADJUSTMENT
STEP 3 AFTER:
1 EACH ADJUSTMENTOF
DOOR ARM LENGTH,
CLOSE FORCE OR DOWN LIMIT
2, ANY REPAIR OR ADJUSTMENT
OF THE GARAGE
DOOR (INCLUDING
SPRINGS
3, ANY REPAIR OR BUCKLING
OFTHE
GARAGE FLOOR
4, ANY REPAIR OR ADJUSTMENT
OF THE GARAGE
DOOR OPENER
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,
(Optional)
.........
,:
STEP 4
Install
Infrared
Reversing
System
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garage door opener has been completely
and adjusted, the INFRARED REVERSING
accessory can be installed Instructions
are
with this optional device
CA UTION: The Infrared Reversing Sensor
be in effect when Vacation Light is ON.
HARDWARE)
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The INFRARED
REVERSING SENSOR provides an
ADDITIONAL
measure of safety against small children being caught undera garage door It uses an invisible beam which, when broken by an obstruction,
causes a closing door to open or prevents an open
door from closing
After the
installed
SENSOR
included
AND
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will not
2O
Operation
CAUTION:
e STARTBY
of Your Opener
READING
THESAFETYRULES
ON PAGE3.
e READ THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS
ON THIS PAGE CAREFULLY.
o DO NOT PERMIT CHILDREN TO PLA Y IN AREA OF DOOR.
e OPERATE ONLY WHEN OPENER IS PROPERLYADJUSTED AND DOOR tS tN SIGHTAND
FREE OF OBSTRUCTION.
THE SAFETY REVERSE
SYSTEM
IS IMPORTANT
(SEE PAGE 20). GARAGE DOOR MUST REVERSE
ON CONTACTWlTH
A ONE-INCH
OBSTACLE
PLACEDON
THE FLOOR° FAILURETO
PROPERLYADJUSTOPENER
MAY
RESULT IN SERIOUS
PERSONAL
INJURY FROM A CLOSING
GARAGE DOOR. REPEAT THE TEST AT LEAST
ONCE A YEAR AND MAKE NEEDED
ADJUSTMENTS°
USING
THE
OPENER
Your garage
1
Pressing
2. Pressing
door opener
can be activated
the transmitter
push button.
the Wall Control
3. By turning
the Key Switch
WHEN EITHER THE WALL
FOLLOWING
WILL OCCUR
by any of the following
Hotd the button
methods:
down until door starts
(if you have installed this accessory),
CONTROL
(Vacation
1
If open, the door will close
2
3
If closing, the door will reverse
If opening, the door will stop (allowing
tf closed,
4. If the door has been stopped
OR TRANSMITTER
Light OFF):
PUSH
space
in a partially
for entry
ARE
PRESSED,
ONE
OF THE
open
and exit of pets and for fresh air).
position
(refer to 3 above),
If an obstruction
is encountered
while closing,
the door wilt reverse
6
If an obstruction
is encountered
while opening,
the door will stop
7 The optional Infrared Reversing
when the lR beam is obstructed
BUTTONS
the door will open
5
THE
to move,
push button,
Sensor, if installed, wiif si! tnal the opener
and prevent an open door from closing
it will close
to reverse the door in the closing cycle
It has no effect in the opening cycle..
LIGHTS
When the opener is activated, lights wiiI turn on They will turn off automatically
watts maximum
When Work Light is ON, the lights will remain on
OPENING
THE DOOR
after 4-1/2
minutes
BULB
SIZE-75
MANUALLY
The door can be operated
manually by disconnecting
it from the opener
Simply pull down sharply on the red
emergency retease handle. The door may now be lifted manually DO NOT USE EMERGENCY
ROPE AN D HAN DLE
TO PULLTHE
DOOR OPEN OR CLOSED_ To automaticalIy
reconnect the door to the opener, press the Wall Control
push button.
CARE OF THE
OPENER
When properly installed, your opener will perform efficiently with a minimu m of maintenance.
replace a light bulb or change a transmitter
battery from time to time A 9-Volt AIkaline battery
is available at Sears
The opener does
oiled yearly.
not require
additional
lubrication
- HOWEVER
- the door rollers,
Most complaints of unsatisfactory
opener operation can be traced to problems with
intended to correct problems caused by an unbalanced or binding door, broken door
When operating
the door manually, a propedy balanced door will stay in any point
soley by its springs. If you encounter any difficulty when operating door manually,
RADIO
and hinges
should
be
the door itself The opener is not
springs or faulty door hardware.
of travel while being supported
call a garage door serviceman..
CONTROLS
Refer to pages 22 and 23 for complete
OPENER
bearings
You will be required to
is the most reliable, and
details.
ADJUSTMENTS
Refer to pages I8 and 19 for limit and force adjustments. These adjustments must be checked and property set when opener
is installed, Weather conditions
may cause minor changes in door operation requiring some change in adjustments,
particularly
during the first year of operation
Only a screwdriver
is required
Follow instructions carefully.
21
Rad6o Controls
RECEIVER
RADIO
mitters
preset
CONTROLS
consist of two 3-channel trans _
and a receiver
The coded signal is factory
The garage door openerwitl
operate by pressing the
Wail Control push button or by pressing
the TOP
(large) transmitter
push button
tn addition,
each transmitter
push button
can
operate one or rno re remote control devices (including any other 19,683 code garage door opener)=
Page 23 explains how to change
and how to use the transmitter(s)
control devices
Code
Switch
Block
Self service of your radio controls is not recommended If service is needed, contact your nearest Sears
Service Center,
C3
R_ght Side
Panel
Antenna
TRANSMITTER
THE TRANSMITTER
Each portable transmitter
may be secured to a car
sun visor with the clip provided
Extra transmitters
can be purchased at any time, (Refer to Accessories,
Page 5). Code setting procedures
are described
on
Page 23
Battery Test
Light
A 9-volt battery supplies the power The transmitter
is
equipped with a battery check light.. When the transmitter push button is pressed, tight will glow if battery
has power (and the opener or other remote control
device will operate),. When Iight does not come on,
replace battery, If transmission
range lessens, check
battery light,,
THE
your existing code
with other remote
Push Buttons
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BATTERY
The battery
should produce
adequate
power for
approximately
one year Avoid the inconvenience
of
unexpected
battery failure by replacing it annually,
preferably
before winter Alkaline batteries
are the
most retiabte and are available at Sears
Batte_
TO RE PLACE BATTERY: Remove visor clip and unfasten connecting
screw, Remove top of transmitter
case and discard old battery. Snap connector
onto
new battery° Reassemble
case Replace visor clip.
Visor
Clip
.........
• ...-:.........
22
Radio
Controls
The position
(% - orO) of RECEIVER code switch No. t sets the transmitter
buttons.
The positions
of RECEIVER
and TRANSMITTER
code switches
Changing
the position
of only one switch makes a new code.
to operate from ONE of its push
2 through
9 set the signal code.
instructions
are given below for changing
codes and/or using the transmitter(s)
with additional
receivers.
NOTE: If you change
the code in one receiver,
you must set transmitter(s)
and ALL other remote control
receivers
to the same code°
SETTING/CHANGING
YOUR CODE
IN RECEIVER(S)
DtSCONN ECT POWER TO OPEN ER (OR OTHER
DEVICES) BEFORE SETTING
OR CHANGING
THE CODE IN THE RECEIVER(S),.
AND
TRANSMITTER(S)
TRANSMITTER
IMPORTANT." THE POSITION OF CODE SWITCH
NO,. 1 ON THE RECEIVER MUST BESET TO MATCH
TRANSMITTER
PUSH BUTTON SELECTED.
t
Select a transmitter
push button to operate the
receiver_ Large push button is recommended
for use with a garage door opener
and has
been factory preset°
2 Remove screw on backoftransmitter(s)
turn case over (push button side up),
3
TOP (Large)
Push Button
Carefully
Remove case top, CAUTION:
Be careful
move circuit board components.
4 Locate the RECEIVER code switch block
CENTER
Push Button
not to
BOTTOM
Push Button
® FOR TOP (LARGE} TRANSMITTER PUSH BUTTON:
Set RECEIVER code switch 1 to minus (-)
@ FOR CENTER TRANSMITTER PUSH BUTTON: Set
RECEIVER code switch 1 to neutrai (0).
FOR BOTTOMTRANSMITTER
PUSH BUTTON: Set
RECEIVER code switch 1 to plus (+)
RECEIVER
Code Switch No. I
1
Transmitter
Bottom Push Button
Transmitter
Center
Push Button
To complete the code setting, use a pen or screwdriver. Beginning with code switch 2 on the receiver,
slide one or more of the switches to plus, minus or
neutral (0).
Hold transmitter(s)
Set code switches
switch positions.
Transmitter
TOP Push Button
===
alongside receiver code switch,
in transmitter(s) to match receiver
Code
Switches
,,_ 123456789
NOTE: Code switches
2 through
9 on ALL the
receivers
operated
by the transmitter(s)
must
MATCH switches
2 through 9 in transmitter(s).
CAUTION:
If you press more than ONE push button at the same time, transmitter will not operate.
PLEASE
0
KEEP THIS INSTRUCTION
RECEIVER
MANUAL
23
HANDY
FOR FUTURE
TRANSMITTER
REFERENCE.
Having
OPENER
a PtoNem?
DOESN'T
1, Have you removed
ACTIVATE
DOOR
all door locks and bolts?
2,, Does the opener have electric
switch, fuse, etc,
power?. Check
I
wati
5 Repeated
protector
connections
correct?.
Refer
AND
CLOSES
BY ITSELF
Neighbor with a Sears opener using the same code?
Change your code
LIGHTS
3 is there a broken wire between Wali Control and
opener? Check under staples (A positive check
can be made by temporarily installing another wire),
4 Are wiring
Page 14
OPENS
1, Won't turn OFF? Check
2, Won't turn ON? Check
to Step 7,
DOOR OPERATES
FROM
NOT FROM TRANSMITTER
operation may have tripped the ovedoad
in the motor Wait 15 minutes, Try again
1 Replace
Work Light., Is it ON?
light bulbs
WALL
CONTROL
BUT
the battery,
2
TRANSMITTER
1 Check
2 Change
RANGE
New transmitter?
H ave you set the code? Refer to
Page 23
3 Is transmitter
operating additional
remote control
devices? See code setting procedure on Page 23.
4 Did you press transmitter
button designated
to
operate garage door opener?.
INSUFFICIENT
battery
transmitter
location
in car.
3
Metal garage door, foiFbacked insulation or metal
siding will reduce range
4 Antenna
on side panel of opener must be fully
extended downward
DOOR
DOESN'T
1 ls something
OPEN
OR CLOSE
obstructing
5 Vacation
DOOR REVERSES
COMPLETELY
may need adjustment
See Pg, 18
3 Force
may need adjustment,,
See Pg 19
4 Doer will not close while Vacation
2 Force adjustment
Light is ON
Transmitter
ADJUSTMENT
CAN AFFECT
REASON
may be needed
See Pg 19
3. Check for proper alignment of Infrared Reversing
Sensor (if you have installed this accessory)..
4
THE NEED FOR OCCASIONAL
CONDITIONS
IN PARTICULAR
FOR NO APPARENT
1 Pull red emergency
release handle. Operate the
door manually
Is it balanced?
Binding? if service
is needed call a garage door serviceman
the door?
2, Limits
light is ON
Clear ice and snow from garage
garage door closes.
OF FORCE AND LIMIT
DOOR MOVEMENT..
Schematic
24
CONTROLS
floor area where
IS NORMAL°
WEATHER
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RAIL ASSEMBLY
PARTS LIST
1
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1
IA995
Master
2
3
4
41B26!7
41B2771
12A197
Outer trolley
Inner trolley
Chain retainer
6
t 83B93
Tee rail-end
7
8
5
4t B2616
41C2735
2B3t3
NOT SHOWN
Cable pulley bracket assy (each)
Chain and cable
Tee rail-center
section
41A2814
Rail assy
iIlustrated
26
link kit
brackel
section
(each)
hardware
kit (includes
on Page 4)
hardware
Repair
Parts
Chassis
AssembRy
Parts List
2O
18
i
15
13
1B
m
m_
KEY
NO,
NO.,
3tC290
41 A2827
41A2817
4
5
6
I
PART
41 B2991
41C2725
41 A3063
41 A3073
175B88
DESCRIPTION
NO,
I KEY
I
9
10
1t
12
13
t4
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
Sprocket cover
Gear and sprocket
assy
Complete
with:
Spring washer
Thrust washer
Retaining
ring
Bearing ptate
Rol! pins (2)
Drive gear"
Worm gear
Helical gear w/retainer
Grease
Drive/worm
gear kit w/grease
Ro!l pins (2)
Line cord
Wire harness aasy w/plug
Receiver
logic board assy
Legic board
End pane! w/all labels
Light socket (t)
End panel w/a!_ labels
Light socket (each)
NOT
NO,RT
PA
DESCRIPTION
108D30-1
30B363
t 2A373
1 A2510
41 A2821
41 C2740
41A2818
41 D30t3
41 A3020
41 B3000
41 A3027
4tA2826
41A2822
41 A3074
12 B350
Lens (each)
Capacitor
Capacitor
bracket
Terminai
btock w/screws
Motor asay w/roll pin
Cover w/a_l Iabeis
Heltcal gear and retainer w/grease
Limit switch assembly
RPM sensor retainer
R PM sensor
Motor bracket and bearing assy
Shaft beating
kit
Interrupter
cup assy,
End panel
Hanging
brackets
SHOWN
114A866
41 A2825
27
I
Owners manual
Chaa_Eseasy, hardWare kit (includes screws
not designated by number in illustration)
Owners
Manua
HOW TO ORDER
Garage
Door
Now
that
need
ever
Center
you
&nd
pertinent
Opener
ModeB
139.5351
The
most
MODEL
call
of your
be
ORDERING
and
Co
parts
cally
you
PRICE
nance
you don't
To
Purchase
...
such
should
to
a
Service
provide
garage
door
opener
at!
from
any
PARTS,
is printed
on
a label
most
Sears
chassis
service
ALWAYS
center
GiVE
and
THE
FOLLOWING
Maintenance
fire,
not
stocked
Repair
If you
locally,
Parts
suspect
your
order
Distribution
radio
will
Center
malfunction,
be electronifor handling.
contact
your
and
costly
repairs
installation
flood,
Agreement
the
benefits
of a Sears
resulting
from
or re-installation
wind,
lightning,
- Ask
near-
Center,
service
about
not cover
of abuse,
are
DESCRIPTION
OF ITEM
YOUR WAY TO BUY TOMORROW'S
nationwide
to worry
does
as: acts
a Sears
With
have
Agreement
causes
Service
AGREEMENTS...
AT TODAY'S
Maintenance
Opener,
any Sears
Be sure
e PART
eNAME
to a Sears
NOTE:
est SEARS
external
stores
of the opener
ordered
REPAIR
need
transmitted
IMPORTANT
The
Door
contact
fNFORMATION:
if the
Agreement,
Garage
simply
e PART NUMBER
e MODEL
NUMBER
MAI NTENANCE
PARTS
or visit
right side paneI
may
Sears
or service,
Roebuck
you
NUMBER
listed
WHEN
your
parts
Sears,
when
on the
All parts
stores
purchased
for repair
facts
located
3
have
exist
REPAIR
Any
of the
freezing,
warranty
normal
plus
SERVICE
a Sears
Mainte-
use,
product
or damage
resulting
from
etc.,
Salesperson
or Call
Sears
Service
Today.
H
GARAGE
SEARSWARRAN=rY
H
DOOR
ll
OPENER
MODEL
139.53513
t
FULL 90 DAY WARRANTY
For 90 days
material
from
the date
of purchase,
Sears
will
ON GARAGE
repair
this
free
of charge,
if defective
in
1 year and through
expense
not
from
Some states
exclusion
replacement
parts for any defective
parts,
be
5 years, if the motor
on this Garage
property
for
loss
damage
Door Opener
is defective,
Sears will furnish
a replacement
_
{I
o¢ damage
due
do not ailow the exclusion
may not apply
This warranty
ON MOTOR
You pay for labor
liable
M
{I
WARRANTY
LIMITATION
will
Sears wilt furnish
You pay for tabor.
free of charge
_1
I]
LIMITED
Sears
Opener,
WARRANTY
From the 91st day until one year from the date of purchase,
free of charge
motor,
Door
t
OPENER
or workmanship
LIMITED
After
Garage
DOOR
to property
directly
or limitation
ON LIABILITY
or any
or indirectly
of incidental
from
U
incidental
the
use
or consequential
or consequential
of this
damages,
loss
or
so the above limitation
or
product.
_[_
{I
to you
_J
_'_
does not cover repairs
necessary
because
of operator
abuse or negligence,
including
the failure
to install,
II
adjust and operate this garage door opener according
to the instructions
tontained
in the owners manual
WARRANTY
SERVICE IS AVAILABLE
B ( SIMPLY CONTACTING
THE NEAREST SEARS SERVICE CENTER/DEPART-
_j
_,_
MENT
II
IN THE UNITED
This warranty
STATES, This warranty
gives you specific
applies
only while
the product
legal rights, and you may aiso __ave other
is in use in _he United
rights
which
States
vary from state to state
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SEARS
114A866
ROEBUCK
AND
COMPANY,
Dept_
898/731A
Sea;'_
Tower,,
Ch,cago,
,L 60684
Printed
_
in Mexico