belt drive garage door opener

model no. 046-0266-0
BELT DRIVE
GARAGE DOOR OPENER
IMPORTANT:
• Please read this manual and enclosed safety materials carefully.
• Safety infrared sensor MUST BE INSTALLED and aligned properly.
• Periodic checks of the opener are required to ensure safe
operation.
• Save this manual for future reference.
• This equipment meets or exceeds all federal, provincial and
UL325 safety requirements.
DO NOT RETURN THIS TO THE STORE
Please call: 1-800-689-9928.
INSTRUCTION
MANUAL
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Introduction
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Pre-Installation Checklist
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What is Included
7-9
Important Instructions
10-11
Assemble The T-Rail
12-16
Install The Header Bracket
17-20
Hang The Opener
21-22
Install The Door Bracket
23-24
Install The Door Arms
25-27
Install The Wall Console
28-29
Connect The Opener To Power
30-31
Install Safety Beam Sensor
32-36
Programming Guide – Wall Console
37-39
Programming Guide – Garage Door Opener
40-42
Safety Tests
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Operation
44-46
Maintenance
47-48
Backup Battery
49-51
Troubleshooting
52-54
Optional: Programming
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Accessories
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FCC
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Limited Warranty
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NOTE:
• If any parts are missing or damaged, or if you have any questions, please call our toll-free helpline at
1-800-689-9928.
Table of Contents
TABLE OF CONTENTS
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INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on purchasing the Mastercraft® Belt Drive Garage Door Opener — a garage door
opener with many innovative features. Features include: extremely quiet operation with DC motor;
automatic force adjustment so the door can be closed with just the right amount of force, not
overpowered; and a state-of-the-art safety reversal system that protects your family and property near
the door.
Important Safety Information
The documentation provided with your opener has been carefully designed and organized to make
the assembly, operation and continued maintenance of your product as easy and safe as possible.
Assuring an extended life of this product is based upon the installation, operation, maintenance and
testing in strict accordance with the instructions and warnings stated in this manual. Read and follow all
guidelines and operating instructions before using this product. Store the manual in a safe and easilyaccessible location for future use.
 WARNING
This type of warning symbol is used to indicate possible mechanical hazards that may cause serious
injuries or death.
 CAUTION
This type of warning symbol is used to indicate the possibility of damage to the garage door or opener.
INTRODUCTION
Safety Symbol Overview
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PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
Check the following items before assembling the opener:
• Identify the door type: sectional door or one-piece jamb door.
• Ensure your garage door is balanced and is not sticking or binding.
• Here is how to check the door balance:
◊ From outside the garage, slowly open the door all the way and close it all the way—DOOR
SHOULD NOT BIND OR RUB.
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PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKLIST
◊ Raise the door halfway up — DOOR SHOULD STAY IN PLACE, SUPPORTED ENTIRELY BY ITS
SPRING.
• IMPORTANT: IF THE GARAGE DOOR FAILS EITHER OF THESE TESTS, HAVE A QUALIFIED GARAGE DOOR
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Sectional Door
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One-piece Jamb Door
PROFESSIONAL ADJUST OR REPAIR THE DOOR.
• If the garage door is lightweight (made with frame and skin, not solid), it must be braced or reinforced
before installing the opener (including the door frame). Check with a qualified service professional for
a door reinforcement kit.
• If you do not have an access door in addition to the garage door, you should install an emergency key
release kit.
• If your door is more than 7' (2.1 m) high, you will need a rail extension kit (sold separately).
• With the garage door closed, check alignment of door and garage floor. The gap, if any, should be no
more than 1⁄4” (6 mm). If the gap is larger than this, repair floor or door before installing opener.
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WHAT IS INCLUDED
Wall Console
Keychain Remote
Keyless Entry
Safety Beam Unit
Trolley
Pulley Assembly
Door Bracket
Head Bracket
Sprocket Cover
Bell Wire
Safety Labels
Curved Arm
Backup Battery
What is Included
The garage door opener and all accessories are packaged in one carton. Note that accessories will
depend on the model you purchased. If anything is missing, carefully check the packing material.
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Emergency Release
Rope
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WHAT IS INCLUDED
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Chain and Cable
Assembly
Hanging
Bracket
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Straight Arm
Rail Sections
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BAG A
A1 x 12
Carriage Bolt
A2 x 12
Locknut
A3 x 2
Bolt
A4 x 3
Locknut
A5 x 3
Flange Bolt
BAG B
B2 x 4
Bolt
B4 x 1
Clevis Pin
B5 x 1
Clevis Pin
B6 x 3
Hitch Pin
B9 x 1
Clevis Pin
B8 x 4
Locknut
BAG C
C2 x 4
Wire Clip (Optional)
B3 x 2
Self-tapping Screw
WHAT IS INCLUDED
B1 x 4
Lag Screw
C3 x 20
Wire Holder
C5 x 4
Wood Screw
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
 WARNING
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of severe injury or death:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
2. Check with the door manufacturer to determine if additional reinforcement is required to support
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door opener.
3. Install garage door opener only on a properly balanced garage door. An improperly balanced door
could cause serious injury. Have a qualified service professional make repairs to garage door
cables, spring assemblies and other hardware before installing the opener.
4. Remove all ropes and disable all locks connected to the garage door before installing opener.
5. Mount the emergency release handle 6' (1.8 m) above floor.
6. Do not connect the opener to source of power until this manual instructs you to do so.
7. Locate the wall console or notes
wall console:
I Within sight of the garage door.
II Out of reach of children at minimum height of 5' (1.5 m).
III Away from all moving parts of the door.
8. Place entrapment warning label on wall next to garage door wall control.
9. Install the emergency release handle on the emergency release rope.
10. Place manual release/safety reverse test label in plain view on inside of garage door.
11. Upon completion of the installation, the door must reverse when it comes in contact with a 1 1/2"
(3.8 cm) high object on the floor (or a 2x4 laid flat at the centre of the door) and when the infrared
safety beam is blocked.
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
An overall view of a completed garage door opener system installed on a sectional door. The
arrangement is similar for a one-piece jamb door (except for differences described later in this manual).
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ASSEMBLE THE T-RAIL
ΠConnect the T-Rail Sections
Align the 4 T-Rail sections on the floor. Connect these rails together with the rail couplers as shown.
All rail pieces must be aligned properly.
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ASSEMBLE THE T-RAIL
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Please note the arrow and “M” marking which
indicates this side to the motor unit.
Attach the tensioner pulley assembly to the end of the front
rail with 2 nuts and bolts.
Align the tensioner pulley assembly
and rail.
ŽInstall the Trolley
To Motor Unit (Back)
Ensure this side of the trolley i. on the stop bolt
hole side of the rail.
Slide the trolley from the back of the
T-rail assembly.
Stop Bolt Hole.
ASSEMBLE THE T-RAIL
Attach the Tensioner Pulley Assembly
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Attach the T-Rail to the Opener
Raise the pulley end of the rail so the rail can sit on the motor unit properly. Attach the rail to the motor
unit by tightening 2 screws. Insert a bolt to the stop bolt hole and secure it with nut.
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ASSEMBLE THE T-RAIL
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Apply the Safety Label
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‘Prepare the Belt
Lay the belt down on the floor as shown. Do not twist the belt.
Belt
To Motor Unit
CAUTION
Belt Traveller
To Door
• Use only the specified bolts to attach the T-rail to the opener. Any other bolts will cause serious damage
to the opener.
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’Align the Belt on the Sprocket
Start aligning the belt by placing the turnbuckle 10” (25 cm) from the sprocket. Wrap the belt around the
sprocket. The sprocket must engage the belt as shown.
“Place the Belt on the Pulley
Tighten the belt at the mid-point, approximately 1/2" (13 mm) above the base of the T-rail. DO NOT
over-tighten the belt.
ASSEMBLE THE T-RAIL
Place the belt around the pulley at the end of the rail.
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”Attaching the Sprocket Cover
Squeeze the cover slightly and insert the 2 tabs on the cover in the slots on the motor unit.
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ASSEMBLE THE T-RAIL
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WARNING
• Always keep hand clear of sprocket and belt while operating the opener.
• Securely attach sprocket cover before operating.
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INSTALL THE HEADER BRACKET
ŒMark the Door Centreline
Sectional Door
One-piece Jamb Door
WARNING
• Header bracket must be secured to structural supports. If appropriate support does not
exist, install a new support using 2x4 board on drywall or between 2 studs with lag
screws (not included). DO NOT install header bracket over drywall.
• Concrete anchors must be used if mounting header bracket or 2x4 into masonry.
• Always call a trained door systems technician if garage door binds, sticks, or is out of
balance. An unbalanced garage door might not reverse when required.
INSTALL THE HEADER BRACKET
Close the door from inside the garage and mark the vertical centreline of the door on the wall and the
top door panel.
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Mark Above the Highest Point of Travel
7” (18 cm)
1 1/4” (3 cm) above highest
point of travel
1 1/4” ( 3 cm)
Highest point of travel
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Mark a spot on the
centreline of the garage
door, 7” (18 cm) above
the highest point of
travel of the garage
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One-Piece Jamb Door
Mark a spot on the
centreline of the garage
door, 1 1/4” (3 cm) above
the highest point of travel
of the garage door.
Sectional Door
ŽAttach a 2x4 (if necessary)
If the calculated header bracket is above the door header, attach a 2x4 between two studs to install the
header bracket.
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Use lag screws (not included) to
attach the 2x4.
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Attach the Header Bracket
Place the bottom edge of the bracket on the line marked above the highest point of travel.
Mark the 2 holes with a pencil.
Highest Point of Travel
Drill two 3/16" (5 mm) pilot holes.
Attach the header bracket with
2 lag screws provided.
NOTE:
• Note the orientation of the header bracket. Do not mount it upside down.
Ceiling Installation
5" (12.7 cm)
The header bracket may be mounted to the ceiling
if there is minimal clearance above the door. If so,
extend the centreline to the ceiling. The back edge
of the bracket must not be further than 5" (12.7 cm)
from the header wall.
INSTALL THE HEADER BRACKET
1 1/4" (3 cm) Above Sectional Door/
7" (18 cm) Above One-piece Jamb
Door
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Position The Opener
Position the pulley bracket against the header bracket.
INSTALL THE HEADER BRACKET
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Position the opener on the floor with
packaging material as protective
base.
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to the Header Bracket
Align the bracket holes and join with a
clevis pin and hitch pin as shown.
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HANG THE OPENER
ŒRaise the Opener
Raise the opener onto a stepladder. Use extra spacers on top of the ladder if the ladder is not tall
enough.
Carefully raise the door to the fully open position. Be sure the door is clear from the rail or any other part
of the opener.
Place a 2x4 laid flat on the top section beneath the T-rail.
Sectional Door
Carefully raise the door to the fully open position so that it is parallel to the floor.
Position the opener so that top of the opener head is level with the top of the opened door.
One-piece Jamb Door
HANG THE OPENER
laid flat
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Attach the Hanging Brackets
Hanging brackets should be angled to provide rigid support. Measure the distance from the motor unit to
the structural support. Cut and bend the hanging brackets as required.
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For an “open-seam” garage, attach the hanging brackets directly to the joists with 2 lag screws.
HANG THE OPENER
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Bracket (not included)
Bolts and Nuts (not included)
On a finished ceiling, attach a sturdy metal bracket (not included) to structural supports before installing
the opener.
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ŽAttach the Opener to the Hanging Brackets
Ensure the T-rail is centred over the door. Remove the 2x4.
WARNING
• To avoid possible serious injury from a falling garage door opener, fasten it securely to structural
supports of the garage. Concrete anchors must be used if installing any brackets into masonry.
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INSTALL THE DOOR BRACKET
Top of Door
Door Bracket
Location
Sectional Wood Doors
For wood doors, drill 5/16" (8 mm) holes through the door
and secure bracket with 5/16 x 2" (8 x 50 mm) carriage
bolts, lock washers and nuts (not included).
Sectional Metal Doors
Align the door bracket on the centreline 2 to 4" (5 to 10 cm)
below the top edge of the door, or directly below any door
structural support. Drill two 3/16" (5 mm) pilot holes.
Use 2 self-threading screws to secure the door bracket.
Hardware
(not included)
Bolt 5/16 x 2" (8 x 50 mm)
(not included)
INSTALL THE DOOR BRACKET
Door arm connects directly
to vertical reinforcement
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One-Piece Wood Doors
Bolt 5/16 x 2" (8 x 50 mm)
(not included)
For wood doors, drill 5/16" (8 mm) holes through the door and secure
bracket with 5/16 x 2" (8 x 50 mm) carriage bolts, lock washers and nuts
(not included).
INSTALL THE DOOR BRACKET
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Centre the door bracket on
the top of the door.
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One-Piece Metal Doors
Drill two 3/16" (5 mm) pilot holes. Use 2 self-threading screws to secure the
door bracket.
CAUTION
• Lightweight garage doors are not designed for use with garage door opener must be equipped with
a door reinforcement kit. Check with the garage door manufacturer for more information. Many door
reinforcement kits provide for direct attachment of the clevis pin and door arm. In this case, you will
not need the door bracket, proceed to “Install the Door Arms” section.
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INSTALL THE DOOR ARMS
ŒAttach Emergency Release Rope
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Thread the red rope through the hole in the trolley release handle and tie an over-hand knot. Leave the
trolley release lever in the released position until further testing is completed.
Connect the Door Arm to Door Bracket
Sectional Door
Connect the curved door arm to the door bracket with
clevis pin and hitch
One-piece Jamb Door
Connect the straight arm to the door
bracket with clevis pin and hitch pin.
INSTALL THE DOOR ARMS
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ŽConnect the Door Arm to the Trolley
Sectional Door
Connect the straight door arm to the trolley with clevis pin and hitch pin.
INSTALL THE DOOR ARMS
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One-piece Jamb Door
Connect the curved door arm to the trolley with clevis pin and hitch pin.
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NOTE:
• Emergency release handle should hang 6' (1.8 m) above floor. Adjust rope length if it is necessary.
WARNING
• Use extreme care when pulling release handle. DO NOT use handle to pull door open or closed.
• Never use emergency release handle unless garage doorway is clear of persons and obstructions.
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Connect the Door Arms Together
Sectional Door
One-piece Jamb Door
INSTALL THE DOOR ARMS
Bring two arms together. Find two pairs of holes that line up and join 2 arms with bolts and nuts. Select
holes as far apart as possible to increase door arm rigidity.
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INSTALL THE WALL CONSOLE
INSTALL THE WALL CONSOLE
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5' (1.5 m)
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Place the wall button or wall console
at least 5’ (1.5 m) above the finished
floor or the topmost step.
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Slide the wall console onto the mounting
bracket until you hear a click.
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Secure the mounting bracket
with two screws.
WARNING
• Wall console must be installed within sight of the garage door, out of reach to children at a minimum
height of 5' (1.5 m), and away from all moving parts of door.
• Be sure power is not connected before installing the wall console.
• Wall console should only be activated when door can be seen clearly, is properly adjusted and there are
no obstructions to door travel.
• Always keep garage door in sight until completely closed. Never permit anyone to cross path of closing
garage door.
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Route the wire up the wall and across the ceiling to the opener with wire holders.
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Connect the wires to the terminals
. Wires are not polarity sensitivity (either wire to either terminal).
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INSTALL THE WALL CONSOLE
Mount the user safety instruction label next
to the wall console.
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CONNECT THE OPENER TO POWER
ŒConnect AC Power
Plug motor unit into grounded outlet. If a grounded outlet is not
available, contact a qualified electrician to install a proper outlet.
DO NOT ACTIVATE THE OPENER UNTIL INSTRUCTED.
CONNECT THE OPENER TO POWER
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Permanent Wiring/Remove Cover
Be sure the power cord is unplugged. Remove the screws from the
cover of the opener.
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Permanent Wiring/Remove
the Power Cord
WARNING
If permanent wiring is required by your local code, have a licensed electrical contractor follow the
procedures outlined in this manual. Disconnect power to the circuit before removing cover.
• Be sure power is not connected to the opener and disconnect power to circuit before removing cover to
establish permanent wiring connection.
• Garage door installation and wiring must be in compliance with all local electrical and building codes.
• Never use an extension cord, 2-wire adaptor, or change plug in any way to make it fit outlet. Be sure the
opener is grounded.
• The opener has a grounded type plug for your protection and only fit into a grounding type outlet. Do not
change the plug in any way.
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Permanent Wiring/Remove the
Bushing
Remove the bushing with pliers.
Permanent Wiring/Hardwire the Opener
Green – Ground
White – Neutral
Black – Hot
Connect conduit wiring to opener wiring with wire nuts (not included). Install the bottom cover and
screws.
CONNECT THE OPENER TO POWER
Be sure the power cord is unplugged. Cut the cord
about 6" (15 cm) above the bushing.
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INSTALL SAFETY BEAM SENSOR
INSTALL SAFETY BEAM SENSOR
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Important Information: The safety beam sensor can detect obstacles in the path of its invisible beam.
When the beam is obstructed while the door is closing, the door will stop immediately, reverse to the
fully open position and the opener
lights will flash. It is important to ensure the invisible infrared is
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unobstructed by any part of the garage door, tracks, other hardware or objects near the garage door.
ŒIdentify the Transmitter and the Receiver
The unit with the red LED is the transmitting
sensor. The unit with the blue LED is the
receiving sensor. Avoid sunlight shining
directly into the receiving sensor.
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NOTE:
• Receiving sensor is labelled “Receive” on the wire.
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•
•
Be sure power is not connected to the garage door opener while installing the safety beam sensor.
The safety beam sensor must be installed and aligned properly.
This safety device must not be disabled.
The safety infrared sensor must not be installed higher than 6” (15 cm) above the garage floor.
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Mounting the Sensor on the Door Track
4 to 6" (10 to 15 cm)
ŽMounting the Sensor on the Wall (Optional)
For wall mounting, use a wooden block to increase depth providing enough clearance for the sensor
beam to be unobstructed.
Mounting the Sensor on the Floor (Optional)
For floor mounting, use a wooden block to elevate the sensor brackets, if necessary. Ensure the sensor
is no higher than 6” (15 cm) above floor. Fasten the screws to the floor with concrete anchors (not
included).
Wood Block
INSTALL SAFETY BEAM SENSOR
Clip the mounting bracket onto the garage door track. Ensure the sensor is mounted between 4" (10
cm) and 6" (15 cm) above the ground. Follow the same procedure to install the sensor on the other track
ensuring the sensors are facing each other.
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NOTE:
Remove the spring bracket from the mounting bracket if installing to the wall or floor.
INSTALL SAFETY BEAM SENSOR
1. Slide the sensor from the
mounting bracket.
2. Slide the spring bracket from
the mounting bracket.
3. Re-install and secure the sensor
to the mounting bracket.
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Route and Secure the Sensor Wires
Run the wires up the wall, then over to the centre of the door. Secure the wires to the wall with wire
holders. Run the wires along the top of the T-rail and secure them with 4 wire clips provided.
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‘Connect the Wires to the Opener
Twist like-coloured wires together. Connect the wires to the safety sensor terminals
Wires are not polarity sensitivity (either wire to either terminal).
Black White
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’Check the Safety Beam Sensor LED
Align the sensors
“Align the Safety Beam Sensor
If the receiver LED is off, dim, or flickering (while the invisible light beam path is not obstructed),
alignment is required.
Receiving Sensor (Blue LED)
Blue Light:
On – Beam Aligned. No Obstructions.
Off – Beam Not Aligned Or Obstruction – Sensors Need Alignment.
Dim/Flickering – Sensors Need Alignment.
Transmitting
Sensor (Red LED)
Red Light:
On – Power On.
Off – Power Off.
If the blue LED is flashing or off, slide the mounting bracket up or down on the track until the blue LED is
steadily on. The tab for the sensor can also be adjusted by a slight bend if needed for alignment. When
properly adjusted both the red and blue LED will be steadily on. After two minutes the sensors will go
into sleep mode and the red and blue LED will flash every 10 seconds. When the door is closing, the
sensors will return to normal operation with red and blue LED steadily on.
INSTALL SAFETY BEAM SENSOR
Plug in the opener. The receiving sensor indicator's blue LED should glow
steadily if the wiring and alignment are correct. The transmitting sensor
indicator's red LED will glow steadily regardless of alignment or obstruction.
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”Testing with Obstruction
With the sensors properly aligned, place
an obstacle in the path of the beam. The
transmitting sensor's red LED should be on,
the receiving sensor's blue LED should be off.
Remove the obstacle, both LEDs should be on
steadily.
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NOTE:
• Be sure to stay out of the beam’s path while aligning.
• The LED in the safety beam sensors will flash in every 10 seconds during standby mode.
NOTE:
If the transmitting sensor LED does not glow steadily, check the following:
I. Power to the opener is connected.
II. A short in the white or white/red wires (from wire holders or at the openers terminals).
III. Incorrect wiring between sensors and opener.
IV. A broken wire.
If the transmitting sensor LED glows steadily but the receiving sensor LED doesn’t glow:
I. Check alignment.
II. Check for an open wire to the receiving sensor.
III. Check for dirt on lens, or sun shining into lens.
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PROGRAMMING GUIDE – WALL CONSOLE
While programming, the UP and DOWN buttons can be used to move the door as needed.
2. Press and hold
button on the wall
console for 5 seconds until the LCD display
shows the number “1” and up and down
arrows are flashing.
3. Press the Ç button until the door is in fully
open position.
4. Press the
position.
button to confirm the door
5. The LCD display will show the number “2”.
6. Press the È button until the door is in fully
closed position.
7. Press the
button again to confirm.
8. The LED light will flash 3 times when the
travel limit settings are completed.
9. The LCD display will flash the number “3”.
10. Press the
button to open the garage
door. The flashing “3” will change to solid.
11. The LED light will flash 3 times again when
the door is fully opened.
12. The LCD display will flash the number “4”.
13. Press the
button again to close the
garage door. The flashing “4” will change
to solid.
Programming Guide – wall console
1. Connect the opener to an approved power
source. The dot in the LED display stays on.
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Programming Guide – wall console
14. The garage door opener will beep once
when door is fully closed and the display
will show “F”.
15. Press the Ç or È button to set the force 0,
1, 2, or 3. 0 is the default force level. 3 is
maximum force level.
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confirm the force
at the desired level.
17. The LCD display will flash the remote icon.
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18. Program a Remote:
Within 30 seconds, press any button on the
remote that you would like to program to
the opener.
Program a Wireless Keypad:
Within 30 seconds, activate the keypad by
entering:
a. Pin code plus [#] for single door
. operation.
b. Pin code plus [#] plus [Door Number] for
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. multiple door operation.
19. The garage door opener will beep if remote
is successfully programmed and the
flashing remote icon will change to solid.
20. If you want to erase all the remotes, press
and hold the È button for 5 secs until you
see “E."
21. If you need to program additional remote,
press Ç button, then refer to step 18. After
you’ve programmed all remotes, press
button.
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22. The LCD display will show the tim. setting.
24. Press the Ç/È buttons to set the minute
to the current time; then, press
to
confirm.
25. The LCD display will show the remote lock
time setting.
26. Press the Ç/È buttons to set hour; then,
press
to confirm.
27. Press the Ç/È buttons to set minute;
then, press
to confirm.
28. The LCD display will show the remote
unlock time setting.
29. Press the Ç/È buttons to set the hour;
then, press
to confirm.
30. Press the Ç/È buttons to set the minute;
then, press
to confirm.
31. On-ground programming is complete.
Programming Guide – wall console
23. Press the Ç/È buttons to set the hour
to the current time; then, press
to
confirm.
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PROGRAMMING GUIDE – GARAGE DOOR OPENER
Programming Guide – GARAGE DOOR OPENER
While programming, the p and q buttons can be used to move the door as needed.
A. Set Up Travel Limit and Open/Close Force
1. Connect the opener to an approved power
source. The dot in the LED display stays on.
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2. Press and hold [SET] button
for 5 seconds
until the LED display shows the numbe.
“1”. Release the [SET] button.
3. Press the p button until the door is in fully
open position.
4. Press the [SET] button to confirm the door
position.
5. The LED display will show the number “2”.
6. Press the q button until warnings
the door is in fully
closed position.
7. Press the [SET] button again to confirm.
8. 8. The LED light will flash 3 times when the
travel limit settings are completed.
9. The LED display will show the number “3”.
10. Press the wall button to open the garage
door to its fully open position.
11. The LED light will flash 3 times.
12. The LED display will show the number “4”.
13. Press the wall button again to close the
garage door to its fully closed position.
14. The LED display will turn off.
SET DOOR TRAVEL
LIMIT (OPEN/CLOSE)
SET DOOR TRAVEL
LIMIT (CLOSE/OPEN)
LEARN DOOR FORCE
(OPEN/CLOSE)
LEARN DOOR FORCE
(CLOSE/OPEN)
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1. Press and hold the [SET] button for 10
seconds. When the LED display shows “F”,
release the [SET]button.
SET FORCE LEVEL
2. The LED display will show “0”.
3. Press the p or q button to set the force
0, 1, 2 or 3.
0 is the default force level.
3 is maximum force level.
4. Press the [SET] button again to confirm the
force is at the desired level.
C. Programming Remote Controls
1. Press the [SET] button for one second.
When the opener emits one beep, release
the [SET] button. The LED display will show
the letter “P”.
LEARN WIRELESS
CONTROL
2. Program a Remote:
Within 30 seconds, press any button on the
remote that you would like to program to
the opener.
3. Program a Wireless Keypad:
Within 30 seconds, activate the keypad by
entering:
a. Pin code plus # for single door
operation.
b. Pin code plus [#] plus [Door No] for
multiple door operation.
4. O
nce the button on the remote is
programmed, the LED display will turn
off and emit one beep indicating the
programming has been successful.
LEARN WIRELESS
CONTROL
Programming Guide – GARAGE DOOR OPENER
B. Changing Force
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D. Erasing all the Remote Controls from Opener
Programming Guide – GARAGE DOOR OPENER
Note: To erase any unwanted remote controls, first erase all remotes.
1. Press the [SET] button for 15 seconds.
When the LED display flashes “E”, release
the [SET]button.
2. Press the [SET] button again to confirm
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have been tabs
erased.
3. The dot in the LED display stays on
indicating that erasing the programmed
remotes has been successful.
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ERASE WIRELESS
CONTROL
(FLASHING)
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SAFETY TESTS
Test Safety Reversal System
With the door fully open, place a 1 1/2" (3.8 cm) board (or 2x4 laid flat) on the floor, centred under the
garage door. Close the door by pressing the button
on the wall console. After making contact with the
board, the door should stop then reverse to a fully
open position.
If the door fails to reverse:
• If the door stops on the obstruction, re-adjust the
down travel limit as it is not travelling far enough
in the down direction.
• Repeat the test until the door reverses upon striking the obstruction.
Test Safety Beam Sensor System
1. Place an obstacle (such as the opener carton) to break the safety infrared beam.
2. Press the push button to close the door.
3. The door should not move more than 1” (2.5 cm), and the opener light will flash. If this does not
happen:
• Ensure the safety beam sensors are aligned properly (refer to “Install Safety Beam Sensor System”).
• Ensure the obstacle is breaking the beam by checking the receiving sensor's blue LED is off.
• If everything fails, call for a trained door systems technician.
WARNING
• Without a properly installed safety reversing sensor, persons (particularly small children)
could be seriously injured or killed by a closing garage door.
SAFETY TESTS
To test the safety beam sensor system, open the door to the fully open position.
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OPERATION
Important Safety Instructions
 WARNING
OPERATION
To reduce the risk of severe injury or death:
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1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
2. NEVER let children operate or play with any garage door controls or remote controls. Always keep
these controls away from children.
3. Always keep moving door in sight and away from people and objects until it is completely closed.
NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF THE MOVING DOOR.
4. Only activate garage door when it can be seen clearly, is properly adjusted and there are no
obstructions to door travel.notes
5. NEVER GO UNDER A STOPPED, PARTIALLY OPEN DOOR.
6. Test the door opener monthly. The garage door MUST reverse on contact with a 1/2" (4 cm) high
object (2x4 laid flat) on the floor. Retest the door opener after adjusting the travel limits. Failure to
adjust the opener properly may cause severe injury or death.
7. If possible, use the red emergency release only when the door is closed. Use caution when using
this release with the door open. Weak or broken springs may allow the door to fall rapidly, causing
severe injury or death.
8. Never use the emergency release rope to pull garage door open or closed. If the rope knot becomes
untied, you could fall.
9. KEEP GARAGE DOORS PROPERLY BALANCED. (See 'Garage Door Opener Maintenance') An
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improperly balanced door could
cause severe injury or death. Have a qualified service professional
make repairs to cables, spring assembly and other hardware.
10. Disconnect the electrical power to the garage door opener before making any repairs or removing
the housing cover.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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Operating the Door
Activate your opener by:
• Pressing the wall console.
• Pressing the assigned button on the remote control.
Depending on the status of the garage door opener and the position
of the garage door, the garage door opener behaves in different
ways:
• If the door is closed, activating it will open the door.
• If the door is open, activating it will close the door.
• If the door is closing, activating it will stop the door.
• If the door is opening, activating it will stop the door.
If the door is obstructed:
• While opening, the door will stop.
• While closing, the door will reverse.
• The opener light will flash.
The opener light will turn on:
• When the opener is plugged in (light will turn off automatically after 3 minutes).
• When the opener is activated (light will turn off automatically after 3 minutes).
• When the light button is pressed on the wall console.
You can manually turn on the light with the wall console.
Remote Control
To activate the opener with the remote control, hold down the button until the door
begins to move. When the button is pressed, the light indicator on the remote will
flash. For remotes with multiple buttons, press the button programmed to the
desired operation.
WARNING
To prevent possible serious injury or death from a falling garage door:
• If possible, use emergency release handle to disengage trolley only when garage door is
closed. Weak or broken springs or unbalanced door could result in an open door falling
rapidly and/or unexpectedly.
• Never use emergency release handle unless garage doorway is clear of persons and
obstructions.
• Never use handle to pull door open or closed. If the rope knot becomes untied, you could
fall.
OPERATION
Opener Light
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Set Up Auto Closer
The opener has the option to program how long until the door closes automatically after it has been
opened.
1. Press and hold
button for 5 seconds.
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2. Press [Ç / È] button to set the auto-close
time.
3. Select “OFF ”
= Disable
“03”
= 3 mins
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“10”
= 10 mins
“30”
= 30 mins
and press
to confirm.
OPERATION
4. The wall console will return to standby
mode and display the current time.
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To Open the Door Manually
In case of a power failure, or if the door becomes obstructed, pull the red trolley release handle to
disengage the opener from the door.
Flip the trolley release level up and raise or lower the door to re-engage the opener.
Use caution: if the door is open while disengaging, the door may drop.
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MAINTENANCE
Once a Month
• Test the door balance. Manually operate door. If it is unbalanced or binding, call a trained door
systems technician.
• Check to be sure door opens and closes fully. Adjust limits and/or force if necessary.
• Test both the safety reversal system and the safety beam sensor system as shown on page 37 of this
manual.
Once Every Six Months
• Check the belt tension. If needed, adjust the belt tension as shown on page 15 of this manual.
Once a Year
MAINTENANCE
• Oil the door rollers, bearings and hinges.
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Battery Replacement
All remotes come with battery installed. To replace the battery, follow the instructions below.
It is time to change the battery when the red LED light on the remote does not turn on when either
button is pressed.
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Lithium battery CR-2032 included (positive side up).
To replace the battery:
MAINTENANCE
1.
2.
3.
4.
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Undo the two screws on the back of the remote. The bottom case will then come off.
Take out the old battery.
Place the new battery in position.
Close the cover and reinsert two screws.
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WARNING

To prevent possible serious injury or death:
• Never allow small children near batteries.
• If battery is swallowed, immediately notify doctor.
Battery Disposal:
• Please dispose the used battery per municipal or provincial law.
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BACKUP BATTERY
ŒPress the latch inwards to release the cover.
Remove the cover.
ŽTake out the battery and connect the wires to the battery terminal tabs, being careful to match
the polarity.
Red wire connects to red terminal tab (+).
Black wire connects to the black terminal tab (-).
‘Place the battery back into the battery compartment.
’Close the cover.
Ž


Œ
Install the Metal Hanger
ŒUnplug the garage door opener from power
before proceeding.
Use the screws and nuts to mount the metal
hanger to the operator mounting plate.
ŽAffix a cushion at the side of the hanger.
Install the backup battery unit to the metal
hanger.

backup battery

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NOTE:
• These steps must be performed in this exact order very carefully to prevent a short in the battery by
accident.
Connecting the battery backup unit to the garage door opener unit
ŒConnect the 2-wire harness to the garage door opener unit, being careful to match the polarity.
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Red wire connects to the “+” terminal.
ŽBlack wire connects to the “-” terminal.
Insert the 2-wire harness to the battery backup unit.
backup battery
Œ  notes
Ž
Testing the Battery

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ŒTurn on the battery backup switch.
Unplug the garage door opener from the AC power.
ŽActivate the garage door opener.
Œ
(The lamp in the garage opener will not light up.)
Plug the garage door opener back in.
NOTE:
• The battery backup must be fully charged for 24 hours before testing or operation.
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LIGHT STATUS
STATUS
ACTION
Red LED flashing slowly.
Fully charged (AC adaptor is
unplugged).
Ready to provide power to
garage door opener.
Red LED staying on.
Backup battery is weak (AC adaptor is
unplugged).
Needs to re-charge.
Blue LED flashing slowly.
Backup battery is being charged (AC
adaptor is plugged in).
Charging.
Blue LED staying on.
Fully charged (AC adaptor is plugged
in).
Ready to use.
Blue LED flashing quickly
and white LED flashing
slowly.
Backup battery is not installed (AC
adaptor is plugged in) or switch is no.
turned on.
Re-install the backup battery.
Turn the switch on. Check
connection between battery
and 2-wire harness.
White LED flashing 3 times
quickly.
Garage door opener is being affected
by power outage.
Garage door opener will
operate in 'battery backup'
mode.
Charging the Battery
•
The battery unit will take 24 hours to fully charge. A fully-charged battery provides 24 V DC to
the garage door opener for 1 to 2 days of normal operation during AC power outages. When the
battery level drops too low, th e battery unit will no longer operate.
•
Plug the AC adaptor (provided) into an AC outlet, then plug the output jack to the battery backup
unit to charge it. Refer to the lights indication section above to check the battery status. The
battery life is about 3 to 5 years for normal usage.
•
To obtatin maximum battery life and prevent any damage, turn off the battery backup unit when
the garage door opener is unplugged for a long period of time.
NOTE:
• Door operation may be limited if the battery is not fully charged, or the backup battery light may not turn
on during battery operation.
backup battery
Battery Status
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TROUBLESHOOTING
LED LIGHT
FLASHING
LED
DISPLAY
FLASHING
SYMPTOM
3 Flashes
The wall console is in lock
mode. The remote controls
are deactivated.
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5 Flashes
Obstruction detected.
SOLUTION
• Unlock the wall console.
• Check if something obstructing
the door.
• Re-adjust the travel limits.
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troubleshooting
10 Flashes
Safety beam sensor blocked.
• Re-adjust the opening and
closing force.
• Check if the safety beam
sensor is misaligned.
• Check if any obstacle is
interfering with the beam path.
15 Flashes
The door is not fully open or
fully closed.
• Check if something is
obstructing the door.
• Re-adjust the travel limits.
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Continuous
Flashing
Wall console wire shorted.
• Re-adjust the opening and
closing force.
• Check the wall console wires
for a short.
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Opener does not
operate from either
wall console or
remote.
• Check the opener’s AC outlet has power. Plug a lamp into the
outlet to check. If it does not turn on, check fuse box or circuit
breaker.
• Check the wall console wiring at the wall console's and
opener’s terminals, and be sure the remote is programmed into
the opener.
Opener tries to
operate, but the door
does not move.
• A door spring may have been broken. Visually inspect the door
hardware for any broken springs. Have a qualified garage door
service professional repair the door if any door hardware is
broken.
• In cold weather climates, check that the door is not frozen to
the ground or that snow build-up is not blocking the door.
Opener operates from
remote but not from
wall console.
• Ensure the wiring connections are correct.
Opener operates from
wall console but not
remote.
• Is the wall console in lock mode?
wall button and momentarily touch them together. If opener
runs, replace wall button. If not, check wiring connections at
opener and check wire for shorts or breaks under wire holder.
• Does remote indicator light glow when remote button is
pressed? If not, replace the battery.
• Has the opener learned the code of the remote? Repeat remote
programming steps on pages 41.
Door does not open
completely.
• Is something obstructing the door? Remove obstructions after
ensuring the door area is free of persons and any other objects.
• If door has been working properly but now doesn’t open all
the way, reset the travel limit adjustment. Be sure to run
a complete opening and closing cycles to reset the force
adjustment as well. Follow instructions on page 40.
Door does not close
completely.
• Is something obstructing the safety beam sensor? Ensure the
receiving beam sensor’s LED is on.
• Is something obstructing the door? Remove obstructions after
ensuring the door area is free of persons and any other objects.
• If the door has been working properly but, now, doesn’t open
all the way, reset the travel limits. Be sure to run a complete
opening and closing cycle to reset the force adjustment. Follow
instructions on page 40.
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• Is the wall console lit? If not, disconnect low voltage wires to
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Opener light stays on.
• It is normal for the opener’s light to stay on for about 3 minutes
after each activation.
• If the opener’s light was turned on by the light button on the
wall console, it will stay on until the light button is pressed
again to turn the light off.
Opener activates by
itself.
• Check all remotes programmed into the opener. Check for
items pressing on any remote’s button.
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• If a remote has been stolen, erase the opener’s memory (refer
to page 42) to prevent the lost remote from activating the
opener. Reprogram the remaining remotes into the opener
(refer to page 41).
• Check the wiring between the wall console and the opener.
Look for any wire holder that has cut into the wire’s insulation,
or wire that has been pinched by another object. Replace any
bad wiring.
troubleshooting
notes
• Examine the wiring at the opener’s terminals and at the wall
console's terminals. Look for any wire strands that are close to
or touching adjacent terminals.
Door reverses for no
apparent reason.
• The door hardware may be binding causing the close door
force setting to be exceeded. Disengage the trolley and
manually check the door movement and balance. Lubricate
the door hardware as recommended by the garage door
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manufacturer.
• Re-adjust the travel limits and force adjustments to ensure the
automatic force adjustment are set properly.
• Ensure the safety beam sensor is securely fastened and no
sunlight is shining directly onto the receiving sensor.
Opener is noisy.
• Adjust the belt tension (refer to page 15).
• Lubricate the door hardware as recommended by the garage
door manufacturer.
Opener won’t work
due to power failure.
• Use the emergency release handle to disconnect the opener
from the door. The door can be opened or closed manually until
power is restored.
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OPTIONAL PROGRAMMING
To SKYLINK® Internet Hub (046-0510-8; Sold separately)
1.
Œ Open SkylinkNet App and tap on “System Settings”.
2.
 Tap on “Set-up Wizard”.
3. Tap on “Add Device”.
Ž
4. Tap on “2-way Garage Door Opener”.

5. Name your garage door opener and location and tap on “Continue”.

6. On the wall console, press and hold the button for 5 seconds. then, press
‘
twice
Œ

Ž

‘

’
NOTE:
• Internet hub is not included.
“
OPTIONAL Programming
until you see remote icon flashing.
7. On the APP, tap on “Learn Now”.
’
8. Tap on GDO icon to open/close the door. The icon shows the status of the door.
“
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ACCESSORIES
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ACCESSORIES
Mastercraft® GARAGE DOOR
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OPENER COMPACT REMOTE
Model no. 046-0507-8
Mastercraft® GARAGE DOOR
OPENER BATTERY BACKUP
Model no. 046-0504-4
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Mastercraft® GARAGE DOOR
OPENER INFRARED SAFETY
SENSORS
Model no. 046-0505-2
Mastercraft® GARAGE DOOR
KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM
Model no. 046-0506-0
Mastercraft® GARAGE DOOR
OPENER PROGRAMMABLE LCD
WALL CONSOLE
Model no. 046-0509-4
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FCC
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference and (2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
Warning:
Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance
could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.
Note:
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device,
pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against
harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio
frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined
by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or
more of the following measures:
• Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
• Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
• Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC
• Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
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LIMITED WARRANTY
The motor on this Mastercraft product carries an 10 (ten) year LIMITED warranty against defects
in workmanship and materials. The parts, including the rail and belt, carry a 6 (six) year LIMITED
warranty. The accessories carry a 1 (one) year LIMITED warranty. This product is not guaranteed
against wear or breakage due to misuse and/or abuse.
Made in China
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Imported for
Mastercraft Canada Toronto, Canada M4S 2B8
Limited Warranty
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