Controll-A-Door P Diamond Instruction manual

Diamond PD - Power Drive
Rolling Door Opener
Instruction Manual
N1854
Manufacturer’s Part # 79078 (Manual)
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Diamond PD - Power Drive
Rolling Door Opener
Safety Rules
03
System Specification
04
About Your B&D Opener
05
Operating Controls
06
Kit Contents
07
Installation & Setup
08
Pre-Installation Requirements
08
Installation
09
Setting Travel Limits
12
Resetting Travel Limits
12
Coding Transmitters
13
Safety Test
15
Accessories
16
Safety Infra-red Beam
16
Electric Key Witch
16
Remote Aerial
17
Terminal Black
17
How To Use Your Opener
18
Remote Control Transmitter
18
Inbuilt Locking Facility
19
Manual Door Operation
19
Power Failure
19
Safety Infra-red Beam
20
Auto-Close
20
Courtesy Light
20
Auxiliary Output
20
Vacation Mode
20
Pet Mode
20
Door Status Indicator
20
Optional Accessories
21
Maintenance
22
Troubleshooting Guide
23
Spare Parts
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Warranty
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Safety Rules
Please read these important safety rules
These safety alert symbols indicate a personal safety or property damage
instruction exists. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
This automatic garage door opener is designed and tested to offer safe
service provided it is installed and operated in strict accordance with the
following safety rules. Failure to comply with the following instructions may
result in death, serious personal injury or property damage.
CAUTION: If your garage has no pedestrian entrance
door, an emergency access device should be installed
to allow manual garage door operation from outside in the
case of power failure.
Position the Garage Door Opener so that the power
plug is accessible when inserted into the power
outlet (EN 60335-1).
This opener should be installed in accordance with
relevant Australian Standards.
Do not allow children to play with door controls .
Keep remote controls away from children .
Watch the moving door and keep people away until
the door is completely opened or closed .
Activate the opener only when the garage door is in
full view, free of obstructions and with the opener
properly adjusted.
Keep garage door balanced. Sticking or binding doors
must be repaired. Garage doors, door springs,
brackets and their hardware are under extreme tension
and can cause serious personal injury. Do not attempt any
garage door adjustment. Do not use if repair or adjustment is
needed. Call for professional garage door service.
Install optional door control button in a location where
the garage door is visible, but out of the reach of
children at a height of at least 1.5m .
Disconnect electric power to the garage door opener
when cleaning or carrying out other maintenance.
Garage doors needing over 400N of force to move
must have Safety Infra-red Beams installed
Do not wear rings, watches or loose clothing while
installing or servicing a garage door opener.
This opener is not suitable for commercial,
industrial or common entry applications.
To avoid serious personal injury from entanglement,
remove all unnecessary ropes or chains and
disable any equipment such as locks which are not
needed for powered operation .
Installation and wiring must be in compliance
with your local building and electrical codes.
Connect the power cord only to properly earthed
mains. If an extension lead is used, make sure it is a 3
core lead and approved to 7 amp capacity.
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced
by the manufacturer or its service agent or a
similarly qualified person in order to avoid a hazard.
When using optional auto close mode, a safety
Infra-Red beam (Part No 062153) must be fitted
correctly and tested for operation at regular intervals.
Extreme caution is recommended when using auto
close mode. All safety rules must be followed.
This opener is a plug in domestic appliance and is
designed for indoor use only. It must be installed
in a dry position that is protected from the weather.
The opener is not intended for use by young
children or infirm persons without supervision.
WARNING! It is vital for the safety of
persons to follow all instructions. Save
these instructions.
B&D Doors to the extent that such may be lawfully excluded hereby expressly disclaims all conditions or warranties, statutory or otherwise which may be implied by laws
as conditions or warranties of purchase of a B&D Doors Garage Door Opener. B&D Doors hereby further expressly excludes all or any liability for any injury, damage, cost,
expense or claim whatsoever suffered by any person as a result whether directly or indirectly from failure to install the B&D Doors Garage Door Opener in accordance
with these installation instructions.
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Default Settings & Specifications
Factory Default Settings
Default
Step
Maximum
Courtesy light time
3 min (approx.)
-
-
Obstruction force margin
2
1
11
Auto-close time
30 sec
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-
Technical Specifications
Mains
230-240V AC, 50Hz
Standby power
2.2 Watts
Rated input power
240 Watts
Motor type
24V DC Permanent Magnet
Maximum door size
14.9m 2 (5500mm (Width) x 2700mm (Height))
Maximum door weight
210 kg
Short-term peak force
550N (55kg)
Rated lifting force
400N (40kg)
Recommended force for manual operation
(excessive forcee)
No greater than 150N (15kg)
Rated Operating Time
4 min
Opener Limits Travel
3.0 turns of Door Durm Wheel
Receiver code storage capacity
14 x 4 button Transmitter Codes
Transmitter/Receiver type
UHF Multi-frequency FM
Coding type
Multi-frequency Code Hopping
Number of code combinations
Over 4.29 billion random codes
Code generation
Non-linear encryption algorithm
Transmitter battery
CR2032 (3V)
Courtesy light
L.E.D. (Light Emitting Diodes), 2 modules
Controller fuse
10A slow blow
NOTE:
1. The door must be well balanced. A person should be able to lift the door up manually with very little effort in
case of an emergency.
2. Intermittent operations may occur in areas which experience very strong winds. Strong wind puts extra pressure
on the door and tracks which may in turn trigger the safety obstruction detection system intermittently.
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About Your B&D Opener
Thank you for choosing a B&D automatic garage door
opener. This automatic garage door opener has been
designed and developed in Australia by B&D Doors.
Manual Release
The technically advanced construction of this B&D opener
ensures you enjoy the following benefits:
Memory Retention
Warranty
Five (5) year/10,000 cycles full parts and labour warranty
on motor, electronics and mechanical components of
the opener when installed by an authorized B&D Dealer
(conditions such as having the garage door serviced
annually also apply).
Tri-Tran Frequency Hopping Technology
Every time a transmitter is used, it simultaneously sends a
signal over three different frequencies, reducing the chance
of interference from other radio frequency sources.
Code Hopping Technology
Every time a transmitter is used a new security code is
generated from over 4.29 billion possible combinations.
Multi-Channel Transmitter
Multi-channel transmitters allow you to operate other
devices such as an adjoining garage door or automated
gate from the same handy unit.
Soft Start/Soft Stop
The opener eases into and out of each cycle for smooth
and quiet operation, and also to reduce wear on the door
and opener.
Warranty Expired Indicator
When the opener reaches the number of cycles covered
by warranty, the courtesy light will flash 10 times after
each cycle, for the next 20 cycles, to indicate this. This
can be reset by pressing the LIMIT SET button while
the courtesy light is flashing.
Safety Reversing System
Emergency manual release handle for manual
operation of the door in the event of a power failure.
In case of a power failure the opener does not lose the
transmitter codes or limits settings.
Self Locking
No need to manually lock your garage door, as the
opener ‘positively’ locks the door when closed.
Periodic Maintenance Indicator
The service LED will illuminate to indicate that periodic
maintenance is required. Contact your dealer/installer
for service.
Service Fault Indicator
Flashing LED’s on the control panel easily identify
operational problems or service requirements.
Dynamic Door Profiling
Automatically compensates for changes in door
operating characteristics.
Auto-Close
Auto closing option can be programmed to close
the door approximately 30 seconds after the door
has opened. NOTE: Safety Infra-Red Beams must
be installed for this option to function.
External Antenna
An external antenna can be connected - for sites
where radio reception is a problem.
Vacation Mode
A transmitter can be programmer to disable the garage
door opener radio receiver. This is ideal if the door is to
be left idle for prolonged periods.
Pet Mode
Automatic safety reverse ensures personal protection from
death or serious injury if trapped under a door while closing.
Safety reverse force can be adjusted for environmental
conditions, for example windy areas, etc.
A transmitter can be programmed to open the door
partially to allow pets access to the garage. The door
opening height is adjustable via a handheld programmer.
LED Courtesy Light
(CLS Out) Door Closed Output indicates when the door
is in the closed position.
Taking advantage of the latest advances in Light Emitting
Diode (LED) technology, the opener features two light
modules consisting of ten LEDs each, which produces a
brilliant white light to illuminate the garage.
The LED courtesy light automatically switches on for
approximately 4 1/2 minutes (time programmable) when
operating the door. This can also be programmed to turn
on and off from a remote control transmitter.
Door Status
Auxiliary Output
You can program a spare button of you remote control
transmitter to operate this output to control items that
can be switched using a momentary close.
Battery Back Up
Optional battery back up or solar power is available.
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Operating Controls
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01
02
15
14
LT01-1.00
LT01-1.00
6
03
+ -
+ -
04
13
05
12
11
06
10
07
09
08
17
01.
02.
03.
04.
05.
06.
07.
08.
09.
10.
Fuse
Terminal block
LED light Module LT01
Antenna terminal
SERVICE LED indicator (yellow)
OPERATE button (blue)
LIMIT SET button (black)
FORCE MARGIN SET button
CODE SET LED indicator (red)
MINUS (-) and CODE SET button (red)
11. CLOSE LIMIT LED indicator (red)
12. OPEN LIMIT LED indicator (green)
13. Jumpers:
OPT 1
OPT 2
AUTO-CLS
14. PLUS (+) button (green)
15. Universal programmer (PG-3) connector
16. Battery back up connector
17. Manual release handle
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b. Qty 2 Screw M4 x 50
c. Qty 2 3/16x1/2 flat washers
d. Qty 2 5/32 shakeproof washer
e. Qty 2 Nut M4 hex
f.
Qty 2 Hex serration head screw M6x45
g. Qty 2 Flat washer 107D 6.4x20.5x1.6
h. Qty 2 Extension fork 58L
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Qty 2 Screw 10x32 self tapping
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Qty 2 Washer 6.4x20.6x1.2 to pin the door
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k. Qty 2 Cover with D/S tape
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n. Qty 2 Wall bracket screw
o. Qty 2 Wall plug
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Pre-Installation Requirements
WARNING!
Incorrect
installation
can
lead to severe injury - FOLLOW ALL
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
Door Operation
Fig.01
The door must be in good operating condition. The
maximum effort to move the door up or down, from
stationary, should not exceed 200 Newtons (20kg force) at
the bottom rail. The recommended force is 70N (7kg) for
manual operation.
Lift the door to about halfway. When released, the door should
stay in place supported entirely by its springs. Also raise and
lower the door to check for any binding or sticking.
The door may need to be serviced to meet these
requirements – refer to the door manufacturer’s servicing
instructions or contact an authorised dealer.
Unsuitable Door Types
The fitting of an opener to doors with removable mullions is
not recommended.
IMPORTANT NOTE - The opener should
not be installed on any door incorporating a
wicket door.
Position
Fig.02
The opener can be installed on either the right hand or left
hand side of the door (when viewed from inside the garage).
The opener is factory set for right hand side installation.
This opener must be installed in a dry position that is
protected from the weather. Moisture or corrosion damage
is not covered by the Warranty.
Power Supply
A properly earthed 3 pin single-phase power supply is
required.
WARNING! A portable power generator is
not recommended. The opener may appear
to malfunction due to spikes, surges and
fluctuations in the generated voltage.
Side room
The minimum side room required from the edge of the
door curtain is 41mm to the inside of the door bracket, and
85mm to the wall (Fig. 01).
The recommended side room from the edge of the door
curtain is 95mm to the inside of the door bracket, and
135mm to the wall (Fig. 02).
NOTE: Door Axle Diameter must not exceed 35mm.
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Installation
Step 1 - Preparation
a.
b.
Check the door’s operation:
i.
The door must travel smoothly and be easy
to operate by hand.
ii. Operating force on the bottom rail should be
approximately 70N (7kgs) force.
iii. Adjust any tight or twisted guides/tracks
iv. Clean the guides if there is any oil or wax
present using a suitable white spirit. The only
lubricant suitable for use on door guides is
silicon spray. DO NOT use WD-40, RP-7,
petroleum grease, or similar.
Install the locking bar covers if there are locking bar
holes in the guides. (Fig.03)
Fig.03
IMPORTANT NOTE - Do not lock your door
with the locking bars after installing the
opener. Remove or disable the lock using wire
or cable ties. Security is not affected as the
opener has an inbuilt locking facility.
c.
d.
Fig.04
Affix the warning labels supplied with this opener in a
prominent place where they are clearly visible.
Choose the side where the opener will be installed
ensuring there is sufficient sideroom.
Step 2 - Fit the Weight Bar
The weight bar must be fitted to the bottom-centre for
proper operation of the opener.
If the door has a handle:
a. Remove the door handle
b. Fit the weight bar and refit the handle using the new
fasteners provided (Fig.04).
If the door does not have a handle:
a. Locate the centre of the door at the bottom rail
(Fig.05).
b. Place the weight bar at this point (there is a centreline
marked on the weight bar) and mark the two positions
where the fasteners will go
c. Drill the two 4.5mm holes in the door and fit the weight
bar using the new fasteners provided. (Fig.06).
Fig.05
Check that the door is still balanced and smooth to operate.
If it is not then the door may require servicing (refer to door
manufacturer’s instructions).
WARNING! The door and its springs are under
significant tension. Adjustments should only
be carried out by experienced persons, as this
function can be dangerous if not performed
under strict safety procedures.
Fig.06
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Installation
Step 3 - Pin the Door Curtain
Door drum
Pinning the door curtain to the door drum maintains security
when the opener closes and locks.
Pin Points
Fig.07
a.
b.
c.
d.
Fully close the door.
Mark drill holes at both ends of the drum (Fig. 07).
Drill holes using 3.2mm (1/8”) drill bit. Open the door
slightly for easier access, if necessary.
Fit a 10 x 32mm screw and washer to each end. This
screw should be positioned as low as possible, but
make sure that it does not alter the curtain’s normal
approach to the guide (lead-in angle).
NOTE: Make sure that the screws do not project into the
area where the internal gear will fit.
Step 4 - Fitting the opener
a.
U-bolt
b.
Bracket
Fig.08
c.
At the end opposite to where the opener will be fitted,
check that the U-bolt is tightened securely. Fit the
anti-coning collar (supplied) to the axle flush with the
door drum.
Open the door completely and tie safety ropes around
the door roll approximately 300mm from each end.
Do not tie the ropes too tight as damage to the curtain
may ensue.
At the end where the opener is to be fitted, support
the door with a ladder or suitable prop:
WARNING! Make sure the support is snug
under the door, are stable and will not move.
d.
e.
f.
At the end where the opener will be fitted use masking
tape or pen to mark the position of the U-bolt in the
door bracket and the position of the door bracket on
the wall to assist to assist in reassembling.
Remove the U-bolt (or bolts) and saddle from the door
bracket.
Remove the door bracket allowing the door to rest on
the support (Fig. 08).
NOTE - For minimum sideroom installations
the door may have to be taken down.
WARNING! The opener must not be used with
a door incorporating a wicket door.
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Installation
WARNING! The opener should not be installed
where the door opens over a public footpath
or roadway.
M6 x 45 Hex Screw
Washer 6.4 x 20 x 1.6
Extension Fork
Fig.09
Step 5 - Assemble the Internal Gear
a.
b.
Insert the two forks into the ring gear (Fig. 09).
Secure with M6x45 hex serration head screw and
washer.
Step 6 - Mounting the Opener
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
If the internal gear does not rotate freely switch the
opener to manual by pulling the disengagement
handle down (there will be a click), so that the ring
gear can be rotated by hand.
Slide the opener over the door axle and into the drum
of the door (Fig. 10).
Ensure the internal gear is pushed in as far as possible
(without interfering with the door curtain) and that
one of the door drum’s wheel spokes is completely
between the opener’s drive forks.
Re-attach the door bracket using your reference
marks as a guide and tighten the bolts. Ensure that
the slots in the mounting bracket of the opener align
with the slots in the door bracket, otherwise the door
bracket may have to be relocated (Fig. 11).
If the bracket cannot be relocated, the opener
»
may be fitted onto the axle using the opener’s
saddle and U-bolt as follows:
Using your reference marks as a guide, sit
i.
the opener on the door mounting bracket
and secure with the opener’s U-bolt and
saddle and tighten firmly.
Adjust the door position (if necessary)
ii.
on the brackets so that the door feeds
smoothly into the guides. Make sure that
the centre of the door doesn’t hit the lintel
and that the curtain is not pushed forward
hard into the guide.
Remove the support and safety ropes (Fig. 11).
IMPORTANT NOTE - If the manual release
handle is more than 1.8 metres from floor level
when the opener is installed, extend the handle
to a height less than 1.8 metres.
f.
g.
Connect the power cord to a suitable power point, but
DO NOT SWITCH ON. Secure the power cord away
from any moving object (e.g. the door) with the cable
clip supplied.
With the opener still disengaged, pull the door up and
down to make sure it runs freely
Fig.10
Pull manual release
handle if gear does
not rotate freely
Untie rope
Re-fit bracket
Fig.11
Remove prop
Tighten U-bolt
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Setting Travel Limits
Step 7.1 - Setting Travel Limits
NOTE: If Infra-red Safety Beams are to be used they must be
installed before setting the travel limits.
Fig.12
WARNING! Use caution when operating the
manual release with the door open since it
may fall rapidly due to weak or broken springs,
or an improperly balanced door.
CAUTION! Do not disengage the opener to
manual operation with children, persons or
any objects including motor vehicles within
the doorway.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
h.
Move the door to half way open. If necessary, disengage
the opener by pulling the red handle down.
Re-engage the opener by pulling the red handle down.
Turn on the power to the opener. The CLOSE LIMIT
LED will be flashing.
Press and hold the MINUS (-) button - the door should
starting closing (Fig. 12).
If the door opens, release the MINUS (-) button
»
and press the OPERATE button once to change
the motor’s direction. Press the MINUS (-) button
again to close the door.
Release the MINUS (-) button when the door is near the
desired closed position. Single presses of the MINUS
(-) button will “inch” the door closed.
» If the door overshoots press the PLUS (+) button to
move the door in the open direction.
When the door is at the desired close position, press
the LIMIT SET button to record the Close limit position.
The OPEN LIMIT LED will now flash.
Press and hold the PLUS (+) button to open the door
Release the PLUS (+) button when the door is near the
desired open position. Single presses of the PLUS (+)
button will “inch” the door open.
» If the door overshoots press the MINUS (-) button
to move the door in the open direction.
WARNING! Once the next step is performed,
the door will automatically close and open.
Keep persons and objects clear of the door
until it stops and the opener sounds a beep.
i.
Press the LIMIT SET button to store the open limit.
Please read the above warning.
Step 7.2 - Resetting Travel Limits
To reset the limits press and hold the LIMIT SET button for 6
seconds until the Close Limit LED flashes quickly. If no action
is taken within 30 seconds, the opener will return to normal
operating mode and restore the original limit settings
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Coding Transmitters
Step 8.1 - Storing the Transmitter Code
The opener can only operated from remote control
transmitters that have been programmed into its memory.
Up to fourteen (14) codes can be stored in the memory.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Ensure that the battery is inserted in the transmitter.
Press the CODE SET button and release. The CODE
SET LED will illuminate to indicate the opener is in
Code Learn mode. If a valid code is not stored within
15 seconds the opener will exit Code Learn (Fig. 13).
Press the transmitter button (one of four) that you want
to control the door. The CODE SET LED will flash.
Press the same transmitter button again. The CODE
SET LED will illuminate for one second then go out.
The transmitter button is now coded - press to test.
Press CODE SET
button once
Fig.13
Select one of the
four buttons (not
programmed yet ) you
wish to use to control
the door
Step 8.2 - Setting the Transmitter to Operate the
Courtesy Light Independently of the Door
Although the courtesy light comes on with each operation of
the opener, it may also be controlled by a transmitter without
operating the door.
a.
b.
c.
d.
Press the CODE SET button twice - The CODE SET LED
and courtesy light will both illuminate (Fig. 14).
Press a transmitter button not already coded into the
receiver - the CODE SET LED will begin to flash.
Press the same transmitter button again. The CODE
SET LED will illuminate for one second then go out.
The transmitter button is now coded - press to test.
Press CODE SET
button twice
Fig.14
Select one of the
four buttons (not
programmed yet ) you
wish to use to control
the courtesy light
Step 8.3 - Setting the Transmitter to Operate
Vacation Mode
The opener can be programmed into a “Vacation Mode”
where the opener will not respond to any transmitter except
one preprogrammed unit.
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Press CODE SET button three times. The CODE SET
LED will illuminate and the courtesy light will flash
slowly (Fig. 15).
Press a transmitter button not already coded into the
receiver - the CODE SET LED will begin to flash.
Press the same transmitter button again. The CODE
SET LED will illuminate for one second and then go out,
and the courtesy light will also switch off. This indicates
the code has been stored.
To activate Vacation Mode, close the garage door and
press the coded button for 5 seconds. The CODE SET
LED will illuminate and stay on.
To exit Vacation Mode press the transmitter button
momentarily until the CODE SET LED turns off.
Press CODE SET
button three times
Select one of the
four buttons (not
programmed yet ) you
wish to use to control
the Vacation Mode
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Coding Transmitters
Step 8.4 - Setting the Transmitter to Operate the
Auxiliary Output
It is possible to operate other devices (e.g. alarm systems)
using one of the spare buttons of a multi-channel transmitter
coded into the Auxiliary Output feature.
Fig.16
Press CODE SET
button four times
a.
b.
Select one of the
four buttons (not
programmed yet ) you
wish to use to control
the auxiliary output
c.
Press CODE SET button four times. The CODE SET LED
will illuminate and the courtesy light will flash quickly
(Fig. 16).
Press a transmitter button not already coded into the
receiver - the CODE SET LED will begin to flash.
Press the same transmitter button again. The CODE
SET LED will illuminate for one second and then go out.
Step 8.5 - Setting the Transmitter to Operate Pet
(Pedestrian) Mode
The opener can be programmed into a “Pet Mode” where the
door opens partially to allow pets to enter/exit the garage:
Fig.17
Press CODE SET
button five times
a.
b.
Select one of the
four buttons (not
programmed yet ) you
wish to use to control
pet mode
Fig.18
c.
Press the CODE SET button five times, the CODE SET
LED will illuminate and the courtesy light will flash
quickly (twice per second) to indicate learning mode for
Pet Mode is active (Fig. 17).
Choose a transmitter button not already coded into the
receiver. Press this button and the CODE SET LED will
begin to flash.
Press the same transmitter button again. The CODE
SET LED will illuminate for one second and then go out,
and the courtesy light will also switch off. This indicates
the code has been stored. This indicates the code has
been stored (Fig. 17).
Step 8.6 - To Erase Programmed Codes
If the CODE SET button is pressed and held for 6 seconds the
CODE SET LED will blink rapidly for one second to indicate
that all programmed codes have been erased. (Fig. 18)
Step 8.7 - Installation of the optional Wall Mounted
Transmitter
a.
b.
c.
Fig.19
Mount the transmitter in a convenient location, yet out
of reach of children and at least 1.5m off the ground
(Fig. 19).
Make sure the door is visible from this location.
To set the transmitter codes refer to Step 8.1.
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Safety Obstruction Force Test
Step 9.1 - Door Closing Test
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Ensure that the door is open.
Place a 40mm obstacle flat on the floor under the
middle of the garage door (Fig. 20).
Operate the door in the close direction; the door must
reverse on hitting the obstruction. The CLOSE LIMIT
LED flashes to indicate an obstruction while closing.
If the door fails to reverse, remove the obstacle and
reset the door travel limits as per Step 7 on page 12.
Place the 40mm obstacle on the floor under the
garage door and then re-test.
Fig.20
IMPORTANT NOTE: If the test fails again, there may be
a problem with your door or opener - put the opener into
manual operation, only operate the door by hand and
phone for service.
Step 9.2 - Door Opening Test
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Ensure that the door is closed.
Operate the opener to open the door.
While the door is opening (approximately 1 metre off
the floor) hold the bottom edge of the door with your
hands. When a reasonable downward force is exerted,
the door should halt.
The OPEN LIMIT LED will flash to indicate an open
obstruction has been detected.
If the door fails to halt, operate the opener for five
cycles and then re-test. If the test fails again you will
need to call for service.
Wood 40mm high
NOTE: Ensure the door opens and closes properly.
IMPORTANT NOTE - The safety system is
designed to prevent entrapment or serious
injury. It relies upon physical contact with
objects in the path of the door. The safety
system alone may not prevent cosmetic
damage to motor vehicles or property.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The use of Safety Infra-red Beams
(Part No 062153) is recommended on all installations of
automatic garage door openers
WARNING: Doors requiring over 400N of force
to move must have Safety Infra-red Beams fitted
for safety.
IMPORTANT NOTE - Permanently fix the
label warning against entrapment and manual
operation in a prominent place or near any
fixed controls After installation, ensure that
the mechanism is properly adjusted and that
the opener reverses when the door contacts a
40mm high object placed on the floor under
the garage door.
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Adjusting Safety Obstruction Force
Adjusting Safety Obstruction Force
Fig. 21
The Safety Obstruction Force is calculated automatically
and set in the memory on the opener during setup. It is
usually not necessary to adjust the Safety Obstruction Force.
The only time the force may need to be increased is due
to environmental conditions, for example, windy or dusty
areas, and areas with extreme temperature changes.
WARNING: Doors requiring over 400N of force
to move must have Safety Infra-red Beams fitted
for safety.
Step 9.3 - To Increase Force Pressure
a.
b.
c.
Fig. 22
d.
Press and hold the FORCE MARGIN SET button (Fig.
21).
While holding down the FORCE MARGIN SET button,
press the PLUS (+) button. Each press increases the
force margin.
The OPEN LIMIT LED will flash each time the PLUS
(+) button is pressed to indicate an increase in force.
If the OPEN LIMIT LED flashes continuously
•
when the PLUS (+) button is being pressed,
this indicates that the maximum force
pressure setting has been reached.
Test the force again as per Steps 9.1 and 9.2 on
page 15.
Step 9.4 - To Decrease Force Pressure
a.
b.
c.
Fig. 23
d.
Press and hold the FORCE MARGIN SET button (Fig.
22).
While holding down the FORCE MARGIN SET button,
press the MINUS (-) button. Each press decreases the
force margin (Fig. 22).
The CLOSE LIMIT LED will flash each time the MINUS
(-) button is pressed to indicate a decrease in force.
If the CLOSE LIMIT LED flashes continuously
•
when the MINUS (-) button is being
pressed, this indicates that the minimum
force pressure setting has been reached.
Test the force again as per Steps 9.1 and 9.2 on
page 15.
Step 9.5 - To Recall Factory Set Force
a.
b.
While holding down the FORCE MARGIN SET button,
press the LIMIT SET button (Fig. 23) for two (2)
seconds.
Release both buttons. The default setting should now
be recalled.
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Accessories
RECEIVER
Safety Infra-red Beam (Part No 062734)
TRANSMITTER
12V
For ADDITIONAL PR OTE CTION B &D Doors STR ONGLY
recommend the fitting of a Safety Infra-red B eam. In most
countries Safety Infra-red B eams are mandatory on all garage
doors fitted with automatic openers. For a small additional
outlay, B &D recommends that Safety Infra-red B eams be
installed with the automatic opener ensuring additional
safety and peace of mind.
12V
24V
24V
1 2 3 4 5
1 2 3 4 5
Fig.24
R
B
R
Y
R1
R
B
CABLE 2
R
CABLE 1
Y
B
J2
30V PWR
PE (IR)
PE(0V) (IR(0V))
WIRE COLOUR: R-Red, B-Black, Y-Yellow.
NOTE: Resistor R1 shall be 2.2kOhm, 1/4W
IMPORTANT NOTE : The S afety Infra-red
B eam must be installed and connected before
the travel limits are set - S ee S tep 7.
WAR NING: Doors requiring over 400N of force
to move mus t have S aftey Infra-red B eams fitted
for safety.
Model: PE-2
Locate the Safety Infra-red B eam in a strategic location within
the doorway. It is recommended that it be positioned
1 5 0 mm above the floor level
•
as close as possible to the door opening
•
inside the garage
•
Make sure to align the beams correctly. Follow the manual
supplied with the Safety Infra-red B eams. Connect the wires
to the terminal blocks as per (Fig.24).
Fig.25
J2
30V PWR
PE(IR)
PE(0V)(IR(0V))
GND
OPERATE
WAR NING: When using Auto-Close mode and
Safety Infra-red B eams, the doorway must be
clear of all obstructions and persons at all times.
The location of the beam and manner in which it
is installed might not give safety protection at all
times. Check to make sure that the height of the
beam and type used give maximum protection
possible.
AUX OUT
WAR NING: Automatic door - The door may
operate unexpectedly, therefore do not allow
anything to stay in the path of the door.
CAUTION! The location of the beam and
manner in which it is installed might not give
safety protection at all times. Check to make
sure that the height of the beam and type used
give maximum protection possible.
Electric K ey Switch (Part No 062738)
An electric key switch provides an alternative to using a
transmitter. Each key turn cycles through an open/stop/
close function. The electric key switch is also an external
release mechanism - ideal for garages only one entrance.
To connect the switch to the opener’s terminal block J2 refer
to (Fig.25) and the E lectric K ey S witch's instruction sheet.
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Accessories
LT01-1.00
Remote Aerial (Part No 062177)
Some sites cause poor radio reception. Particularly
problematic areas are those where there is a large amount
of metal, like an all steel garage, or an underground car
park with large masses of steel reinforced concrete. These
issues, and others, can create radio reception issues.
+ -
Poor radio reception will be noticed by a reduction in the
operating range of the transmitters.
Fig.26
You can evaluate whether fitting an external aerial will
benefit as follows:
•
test the maximum operating range of the transmitter
with the garage door closed; then
•
test the maximum operating range of the transmitter
with the garage door open.
If the range improves when the door is open you can install
a remote aerial kit to improve reception.
Mount the aerial to a suitable location on the outside of the
garage. Similar to a television aerial, the better the mounting
position the better the reception will be. Where possible,
mount the aerial as high as possible, away from masses of
metal and in a line of sight position to where you normally
use your transmitter. Refer to (Fig. 26) for connection.
30V PWR
P.E. (IR)
P.E. 0V (IR 0V)
GND
OPERATE
AUX OUT
Terminal Block
A variety of wired accessory items can be connected to the
terminal block such as Safety Infra-red Beams, electric key
switch, door status indicators and more.
The terminal block also features and auxiliary output for
controlling other devices from your transmitter. These can
include: an alarm system, external lighting, or an automatic
gate.
Terminal connections are as follows (Fig. 27):
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
30V PWR
IR (P.E.) BEAM - Safety IR Beam Input
IR(0V) (P.E. 0V) - Common for Safety Infra-red Beam
GND - Common ground for accessories
OPERATE - Open/Stop/Close trigger
AUX OUT - Auxiliary output trigger
LT01-1.00
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How To Use Your Opener
For maximum efficiency of your opener, your garage door
must be in good operating condition.
Fig.28
The door should be serviced annually by a Authorised
Dealer (refer to Warranty conditions on page 27).
WARNING! Activate the opener only when
the door is in full view, free of obstructions
and with the opener properly adjusted. No one
should enter or leave the garage while the
door is in motion. Do not allow children to
play near the door.
DANGER! This opener is a mains voltage plug
in domestic appliance and there are no user
serviceable parts inside this opener.
Transmitter
•
•
•
•
To operate the opener, press the programmed
transmitter button until your door begins to move
(usually 2 seconds). Make sure you can see the door
when you use the transmitter.
If you are in a vehicle you should aim the transmitter
through your windscreen (Fig. 28).
Check that the door is fully closed before you drive
away.
If you press the transmitter whilst the door is moving
the door will stop. The next press of the transmitter will
move the door in the opposite direction.
The transmitter may also be programmed to operate the
following features (see pages 13, 14 for full details):
•
to turn the courtesy light on and off without operating
the door,
•
to activate the Auxiliary Output,
•
to put the door into “Pet Mode” where it opens partially
to allow pet access to the garage, and/or
•
to put the garage door opener into “Vacation Mode”
where it will not respond to any transmitters.
NOTE: Additional transmitters may be purchased at any
time.
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Inbuilt Locking Facility
DO NOT lock your door with the locking bars when your
opener is engaged. This opener has an inbuilt locking
facility. With the opener engaged your door will be locked
whether the power is on or off.
Manual Door Operation
CAUTION!
When operating the manual
release while the door is open it may fall
rapidly due to weak or broken springs, or due
to it being improperly balanced.
Fig.29
CAUTION! Do not disengage the opener to
manual operation with children/persons or
any objects including motor vehicles within
the doorway.
To disengage the opener from the door, (preferably with the
door in the closed position) pull down on the red manual
release handle – you will hear a ‘click’ (Fig. 29).
You may manually open or close the door any time without
affecting the pre-set limits.
Pulling down on the red handle again (click) will re-engage
the opener, i.e. automatic operation.
WARNING! When the opener is manually
disengaged, the door is no longer locked. To
lock the door manually, re-engage the opener
after the door is closed.
Power Failure
When there is a power failure, the opener will be unable to
automatically open or close your garage door. To use your
door whilst there is no power you will need to disengage the
opener and use the door manually – see Manual Operation
above.
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Safety Infra-Red Beam Option
A Safety Infra-Red Beam Kit (Part No 062153) may
be fitted to this opener.
• When this option is fitted, the operation of
this device is such that if an object (i.e. car,
child, etc.) blocks the Infra-Red beam, then
the garage door opener will not close the door
automatically.
• If the Safety Infra-Red Beam is fitted but not
operating correctly, then the door once opened
automatically, will not close automatically. The
door may be closed by reverting to manual
operation – see Manual Operation. Refer to
the Diagnostic Codes section of this Instruction
Manual.
Auto Close Option
To have the Auto Close option you must also have
a Safety Infra-Red Beam (Part No 062153) fitted
and functioning. To enable the Auto close function
remove the light diffuser from the opener and remove
the AUTO-CLS jumper near the right hand side LED
light module.
When this option is selected the garage door opener
will attempt to close the door automatically 30
seconds after opening.
If the Infra-Red Beam is interrupted whilst the door
is closing (e.g. by a person walking through the
doorway), the door will reverse to the fully open
position.
If the door does not close automatically, you may
close the door using the Manual Operation.
Auxiliary Output
This function allows the opener to operate other devices
such as external lights, or an alarm system.
To use this function, a spare button of a multi channel
remote control transmitter (Smart Code or Dip Switch
Code) or an entry keypad, must be programmed to
operate the Auxiliary Output feature.
Vacation Mode
The radio receiver of the garage door opener can be
turned off using a remote control transmitter to activate
the Vacation Mode facility. Whilst in vacation mode the
opener will not respond to any remote control transmitter.
To activate the Vacation Mode facility, with the garage
door in the closed position, press the coded remote
control transmitter for 5 seconds. The Code Set LED
will illuminate to indicate that the opener is in “Vacation
Mode”.
To exit Vacation Mode press the same transmitter button
that was used to activate Vacation Mode until the Code
Set LED turns off.
You may program one “Smart Code”, one “Dip Switch
Code” and one “Keypad Code” to operate this feature.
It is recommended that a “Smart Code” remote control
transmitter be used as the wall button – program only one
button to control “Vacation Mode”. This will reduce the
possibility of accidental activation of this feature.
Pet Mode
A remote control transmitter can be programmed to open
the door partially (approximately 200mm) to allow pet
access to the garage.
Remote Control Transmitter Battery
When necessary, remove the cover and replace
the battery with the same type. Dispose of the old
batteries properly.
To activate Pet Mode press the transmitter button that
has been programmed for Pet Mode - the door will open
partially. Pressing the button again will return the door to
the closed position.
Courtesy Light
Door Status Indicator (CLS OUT)
Spare buttons of multi channel remote control
transmitters (Smart Code or Dip Switch Code) or an
entry keypad can be programmed to turn the light on
and off by remote control.
NOTE: If the power fails, CLS OUT not indicate the true
status of the door and can only be restored once power is
returned and a close cycle has been performed.
The Courtesy Light will illuminate for approximately
4 ½ minutes each time the door is operated
automatically.
This garage door opener has a Door Status Indicator when
the garage door is fully closed. For example, this can be
wired into home automation systems.
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Optional Accessories
There is a range of additional accessories for your added convenience and security.
• Safety Infra-red Beams - Part No 062734. Gives additional protection if the door is closing onto your property or
person. Simply breaking the beam “stops” the door! Must be fitted if the Auto-Close feature is operational.
• Keyring Transmitter - Part No 062731. Ideal for personal use when entry into the house may be via the garage.
• Transmitter Wall Button - Part No 062733. Allows you to operate the opener within 10 metres of the door. Ideal
for mounting inside the house.
• Combo Access Kit - Part No 062738. Keyswitch function will open the door without a transmitter. Can be used to
manually disengage the opener, and recommended when the garage door is the only access to the garage.
• Remote Aerial Kit - Part No 062177. For sites where radio range may be reduced.
Contact your Approved Dealer for installation of these accessory items.
When installing any accessories, always follow the instructions included with the product.
Only B&D accessories purchased from an Approved Dealer offer the highest quality and assure you of
trouble free opener operation.
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Maintenance
The SERVICE LED will indicate the requirement for a service
and/or adjustment. To reset the SERVICE LED when the
door is serviced, reprogram the Door Travel Limits and the
Door Travel Force – on completion of this programming the
SERVICE LED will go out.
Whilst your opener does not require any periodic
maintenance, the door that it is fitted to does. Your garage
door is a large, heavy, moving object and should be
tested regularly to ensure it is in good condition. A poorly
maintained door could cause fatal or serious injuries or
serious damage to property.
CAUTION: Frequently examine door,
particularly cables, springs and
mountings for signs of wear, damage
or imbalance. Do not use if repair or
adjustment is needed since a fault in
the installation or an incorrectly
balanced door may cause injury.
Adjustments should only be carried
out by experienced persons, as this
function can be dangerous if not
performed under strict safety
procedures.
To ensure a long and trouble free life for your opener the
following is recommended:
Monthly
•
•
Disengage the opener and manually operate the door:
The door must be smooth to operate by hand. An
operating force on the bottom rail should not exceed
150N (15kg) force.
Each month check that the opener reverses when the
door contacts a 40mm high object placed on the floor.
NOTE: If the door does not operate smoothly, call your
nearest Approved Dealer.
Yearly
B&D suggests that you contact your nearest Approved
Dealer to perform an annual door service.
WARNING! Failure to maintain your
garage door may void the warranty on
your garage door opener.
Warranty Expired Indicator
When the opener reaches the number of cycles
covered by warranty the courtesy light will flash 10
times after each operation to indicate that the warranty
has expired. This flashing will continue for twenty (20)
operations unless the user acknowledges the warranty
expiry indicator and stops the light from flashing. To
stop the courtesy light flashing press the LIMIT SET
button while the light is flashing after an operation.
Service Record
Record any maintenance in the following table to assist in any warranty service.
Date
Service by
Signature
Invoice No.
Amount
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Troubleshooting guide
Symptom
Possible cause
Remedy
The opener does not work from the
hand remote control transmitter
Garage door in poor condition e.g.
springs may be broken
Check the door for normal operation
– see monthly maintenance.
Manual door lock engaged
Disengage door locks
The opener does not have power
Plug a device e.g. a lamp, into the
power point and check that it is OK.
The transmitter’s battery in the
remote control is flat
Replace the battery
The opener has been put into
“Vacation Mode”
Turn off “Vacation Mode” by
pressing transmitter button
The transmitter code has not been
set
See remote control transmitter &
code setting procedure
The motor runs but the door does
not move
The opener is disengaged
Re-engage the opener
The remote control transmitter
range varies or is restricted
Variations are normal depending
on conditions e.g. temperature or
external interference
See Instructions for correct use of
remote control transmitter
The battery is flat or faulty
Replace the battery
Position of the remote control
transmitter in the motor vehicle
Change the position – see
Instructions for correct use
Position of the aerial will not pick up
the radio signal
Install an external aerial kit – see
Accessories Section
The light does not work
Light module is not inserted/
connected properly
Check for correct connection
otherwise replace module If both fail
contact your dealer for support
The door reverses for no apparent
reason
This may occur occasionally from
weather changes
The opener automatically adjusts to
compensate for changes in the door
operating force
The door opens but will not close
Auto close or safety Infra-Red beam
not operating correctly
Check the installation
If You Need a Service Call
If the opener needs service please call the dealer who
installed the garage door opener (for product assistance
contact 13 62 63 within Australia).
BEFORE CALLING you should have the following
information to assist in providing the appropriate service:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Has anything happened since the opener last
operated OK, e.g. a storm, a jolt to the door etc.?
How easy is it to manually open and close the door?
What model is the opener?
Who installed the opener?
When was it installed?
Fault Indicator
When a fault is detected the SERVICE LED will start to flash
and a number of beeps will sound to indicate that there is a
fault. The fault will be active each time an attempt is made
to operate the door.
Pressing the LIMIT SET button will reset the opener. If the
fault continues to be tripped contact an Approved Dealer
for assistance.
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Warranty
1. Definitions
‘B&D’ means
(a) in Australia - B&D Doors of 17 Oasis Court, Clontarf, Queensland, 4019, a division of B&D Australia Pty Ltd
(ABN 25 010 473 971), or
(b) in New Zealand - B&D Doors NZ Ltd of 70 Allens Road East Tamaki Auckland, which is a subsidiary of B&D
Australia Pty Ltd.
‘Purchaser’ means the purchaser of the Opener.
‘Opener’ means the ‘Controll-A-Door Automatic Garage Door Opener’
‘Authorised Distributor’ means an authorised B&D distributor of the Opener.
‘Major Components’ means all components of the Opener that make up the power head that is attached to a
garage door.
‘Ancillary Components’ means all components of the Opener which are not Major Components.
‘Manufacturer’s Written Instruction Manual’ means the instruction manual provided with the Opener.
2. This warranty applies to every sale of an Opener to a Purchaser by B&D or its Authorised Distributor, and is the
only warranty given on behalf of B&D.
3. B&D warrants that it will, at its option, either repair or replace any defects:
(i) in materials or workmanship in the Opener, subject to the following:
(a) for Major Components of the Opener that are installed by B&D or an Authorised Distributor the warranty
shall be valid for a period of sixty (60) months or 10,000 cycles (whichever occurs first);
(b) for Major Components of the Opener that are not installed by B&D or an Authorised Distributor the warranty
shall be valid for a period of twelve (12) months, provided that all costs of disconnection, reinstallation and
freight shall be borne by the Purchaser for Ancillary Components of the Opener the warranty shall be valid
for a period of twelve (12) months.
(ii) in installation for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of installation where the Opener has been
installed by B&D or its Authorised Distributor.
4. The warranties provided in clause 3(i) shall only apply to an Opener which is being used under normal use and
service in accordance with the Manufacturer’s Written Instruction Manual and are limited to the repair or
replacement, at B&D’s option, of any defective Opener or parts thereof.
5. The warranty provided in clause 3(i) shall apply from:
(i) the date of delivery of the Opener by B&D; or
(ii) the date of installation of the Opener by B&D or one of its Authorised Installers; or
(iii) the date of purchase of the Opener by the Purchaser;
whichever is the later.
6. (i) Where the Opener has been sold to the Purchaser by B&D, the Purchaser shall make all warranty claims
hereunder directly with B&D;
(ii) Where the Opener has been sold to the Purchaser by an Authorised Distributor, the Purchaser shall make all
warranty claims hereunder directly with the Authorised Distributor.
7. The Purchaser will pay for any service call made by B&D or an Authorised Distributor where such a call is made
for the purpose of adjustment (as described in the Manufacturers Written Instruction Manual) and not for
rectification of a defect pursuant to the warranty hereunder.
8. (i) The Purchaser shall be responsible for any expense incurred by B&D or an Authorised Distributor in ensuring
that the Opener is readily accessible for any repair work carried out under this warranty.Where an Opener is
installed outside a capital city metropolitan area and a warranty claim is made pursuant to this warranty, any
travelling expenses and costs of transporting the Opener, incurred by B&D or its Authorised Distributor, shall be
borne by the Purchaser.
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9. Subject to paragraph 12 hereof;
(i) the obligations of B&D under this warranty are limited to those contained herein and such warranties are
expressly in lieu of all other warranties, express or implied, including any implied warranty of merchantability or
fitness for a particular purpose and notwithstanding any course of dealing between the parties or custom and
usage in the trade to the contrary.
(ii) B&D shall not be subject to nor incur and the Purchaser releases B&D from any claim or liability (including
consequential loss or damage and loss or use or proftt) by reason of delay, defective or faulty materials or
workmanship, negligence or any act, matter or thing done, admitted or omitted by B&D.
10. Subject to Clause 12 hereof, this warranty does not extend to and B&D will be relieved of all obligations,
responsibilities and liabilities (direct or consequential) in the event that defects in manufacture of the Opener are
directly or indirectly in the opinion of B&D due to or result from:
(i) being fitted to any door or other closing device which is not of the type or condition defined in the
Manufacturers Written Instruction Manual as suitable for installation of the Opener.
(ii) Lack of proper maintenance or care – failure to have the door serviced annually may void this warranty.
(iii) Incorrect and unreasonable use.
(iv) Faulty installation or adjustment of the Opener or door to which the Opener is connected where such
installation or adjustment is not carried out by B&D or one of its Authorised B&D Distributors.
(v) Failure to observe any instructions or directions provided with the Opener or given to the Purchaser by B&D or
an Authorised Distributor.
(vi) Modi? cations or repairs made or attempted to be made by any unauthorised person.
(vii) Faulty electrical wiring of structures to which the Opener is affixed.
(viii) Radio (including citizen brand transmissions) or other electronic interference.
(ix) Water damage, including effects from rust and corrosion.
(x) Use with doors locked.
11. The warranty contained in Clause 3 does not cover batteries or globes and B&D shall not be liable for any defect,
malfunction or failure of such items.
12. It is expressly provided that the warranties or any terms and conditions of them or other statement contained in
this document or other literature given to the Purchaser shall not be read or applied so as to purport to exclude,
restrict or modify or have the effect of excluding, restricting or modifying the application in relation to the supply
of the Opener of all or any of the provisions of Divisions 2 and 2A of Part V of the Trade Practices Act, 1974, or
the Consumer Guarantees Act 1993 if the purchase is a ‘consumer’ and purchased the opener in New Zealand,
(“The Act”) as amended or the exercise of a right conferred by such a provision or any other condition or warranty
implied by any relevant State Act or Territorial Ordinance or by the general law and which by law cannot be
excluded, restricted or modified provided that to the extent that the Act permits B&D to limit its liability for a
breach of condition or warranty implied by the Act, B&D’s liability for such breach shall be limited to the payment
of the cost of replacing the Opener or acquiring an equivalent Opener or repairing the Opener.
13. This warranty shall be governed by and construed in accordance with Australian law if the opener was purchased
in Australia, or New Zealand law if the opener was purchased in New Zealand
14. Upon making a claim under this warranty the purchaser must produce proof of the date of purchase, together with
the details set out below:
Purchased From:
Installed By:
Installed Date:
The Purchaser shall complete this certificate and keep it together with a copy of the receipt of purchase in a safe
place – production of such information will assist the handling of a claim made under this warranty.
QLD Office:
17 Oasis Court, Clontarf 4019.
Ph: (07) 3883 0200
NSW Office:
34-36 Marigold St, Revesby 2212.
Ph: (02) 9722 5555
VIC/TAS Office:
147-153 Canterbury Road, Kilsyth 3137.
Ph: (03) 9237 7766
SA Office:
23 Frederick Road, Royal Park 5014.
Ph: (08) 8440 4747
WA Office:
96 Mulgul Drive, Malaga 6062.
www.bnd.com.au
Ph: (08) 9247 8777
NZ Office:
70 Allens Road, East Tamaki, Auckland.
www.bnd.co.nz
Ph: (09) 273 8600
B&D Doors is a division of B&D Australia Pty Limited - ABN 25 010 473 971
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