Craftsman Garage Door Opener Owner`s manual

SEARS / CRAFTSMAN
®
Garage Door Opener
Owner's Manual
FOR RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY
Models:
139.53638SRT - 1/2 HP
CAUTION! PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY
The MODEL NUMBER label is located on the front panel of your opener.
THIS DEVICE COMPLIES WITH FCC RULES PART 15. Operation of this device is subject to the
following two conditions: 1. This device may not cause harmful interference. 2. This device must accept
any interference that may be received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
CONTENTS
PAGE CONTENTS
Safety Rules.......................................................2
Features of Your Opener ....................................3
Specifications .....................................................3
Tools You’ll Need ...............................................3
Completed Installation Illustrations .....................4
Operation of Your Opener ..................................5
Accessories........................................................5
Care and Maintenance of Your Opener...............6
Assembly Instructions.........................................7
Installation Instructions .......................................10
Travel Limit Adjustments ....................................20
PAGE
Force Adjustments............................................... 21
Safety Reverse Test.. ........................................... 22
The Protector System Accessory .......................... 22
Setting/Changing Code......................................... 23
Having a Problem?.... ........................................... 24
Carton Contents & Hardware Illustrated ................ 26
Repair Parts, Rail Assembly ................................. 26
Repair Parts, Installation ...................................... 26
Repair Parts, Chassis Assembly ........................... 27
How to Order Repair Parts ................................... 28
Warranty ............................................................... 28
PERIODIC CHECKS OF THE OPENER ARE REQUIRED TO INSURE SATISFACTORY OPERATION.
FASTEN THIS MANUAL NEAR THE GARAGE DOOR AFTER INSTALLATION.
START BY READING THESE IMPORTANT SAFETY RULES
THIS SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL MEANS CAUTION—PERSONAL SAFETY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE
INSTRUCTION. READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
THIS GARAGE DOOR OPENER IS DESIGNED AND TESTED TO OFFER REASONABLY SAFE SERVICE
PROVIDED IT IS INSTALLED AND OPERATED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS
PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE.
CAUTION: IF YOUR GARAGE HAS NO SERVICE ENTRANCE DOOR, INSTALL MODEL 7702 EMERGENCY RELEASE
KEYLOCK. THIS ACCESSORY ALLOWS MANUAL OPERATION OF THE GARAGE DOOR FROM OUTSIDE IN CASE OF
POWER FAILURE.
KEEP GARAGE DOOR BALANCED. Sticking or
binding doors must be repaired. Garage doors,
door springs, cables, pulleys, brackets and their
hardware are under extreme tension and can
cause serious personal injury. DO NOT ATTEMPT
TO LOOSEN, MOVE OR ADJUST THEM. Call for
garage door service.
THE SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM TEST IS VERY
IMPORTANT (page 22). Your garage door MUST
reverse on contact with a 1-inch obstacle placed
on the floor. Failure to properly adjust the
opener may result in serious personal injury
from a closing garage door. REPEAT THE TEST
ONCE A MONTH AND MAKE ANY NEEDED
ADJUSTMENTS.
DO NOT WEAR RINGS, WATCHES OR LOOSE
CLOTHING while Installing or servicing a garage
door opener.
Fasten the CAUTION LABEL adjacent to the door
control button as a reminder of safe operating
procedures.
To avoid serious personal injury from
entanglement, REMOVE ALL THE
ROPES
CONNECTED TO GARAGE DOOR before
installing the garage door opener.
Install door control button (or any additional
push buttons) IN A LOCATION WHERE GARAGE
DOOR IS VISIBLE, BUT OUT OF THE REACH OF
CHILDREN. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO
OPERATE PUSH BUTTON(S) OR REMOTE
CONTROL TRANSMITTER. Serious personal
injury from a closing garage door may result
from misuse of the opener.
DISENGAGE ALL EXISTING GARAGE DOOR
LOCKS to avoid damage to garage door.
Installation and wiring must be in compliance with
your local building and electrical codes.CONNECT
THE POWER CORD ONLY TO A PROPERLY
GROUNDED OUTLET.
CAUTION: Activate opener only when the door is
in full view, free of obstructions and opener is
properly adjusted. NO ONE SHOULD ENTER OR
LEAVE THE GARAGE WHILE DOOR IS IN
MOTION. DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY
NEAR THE DOOR.
LIGHTWEIGHT DOORS OF FIBERGLASS,
ALUMINUM
OR
STEEL
MUST
BE
SUBSTANTIALLY REINFORCED TO AVOID
DOOR DAMAGE. (See page 17.) The best
solution is to check with your garage door
manufacturer for an opener installation
reinforcement kit.
Use manual release ONLY to disengage the
trolley and, if possible, ONLY when the door Is
closed. DO NOT USE THE RED HANDLE TO
PULL DOOR OPEN OR CLOSED.
DO NOT USE THE FORCE ADJUSTMENTS TO
COMPENSATE FOR A BINDING OR STICKING
garage door. Excessive force will interfere with
the proper operation of the safety reverse
system or damage the garage door (page 21).
DISCONNECT ELECTRIC POWER TO GARAGE
DOOR OPENER BEFORE MAKING REPAIRS OR
REMOVING COVERS.
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Before you begin, please check the contents of the carton. Illustrations of parts and hardware are shown on Pages 26 and
27. Separate the hardware for assembly and installation as shown.
FEATURES OF YOUR OPENER
4. Motor Power: Permanently lubricated motor with
automatic reset.
1. Opener Light(s): Turns on and off automatically
with 4-1/2 minute illumination for your safety and
convenience.
5. Automatic Reconnect: Trolley halves reconnect for
automatic operation when opener is activated after
a manual disconnect.
2. Manual Release Handle: Pull cord disconnect
permits manual door operation in case of an
emergency or power failure.
6. Digital Radio Controls: Codes can be set and
changed easily and as often as you would like.
3. Safety System: Independent up and down force
adjustment. The door REVERSES automatically
when obstructed in DOWN direction. The door
STOPS when obstructed in UP direction.
7. Easy Limit Adjustment: Limits of door opening and
closing adjusted by turning screws without removing
opener covet.
SAFETY
MOTOR
Type ...................................Permanent split capacitor
Speed ................................1500 rpm
Volts...................................120 Volts AC - 60 Hz. Only
Current...............................4.5 amperes
DRIVE MECHANISM
Gears.................................16:1 worm gear reduction
Drive...................................Chain & cable with two-piece trolley on steel Trail
Length of travel.................. Adjustable to 7 1/2 bet
Travel rate......................... 6 to 8 inches per second
Lamp..................................On when door starts to travel. off 4/2
minutes after stop, Model 5000
has separate Light Switch feature.
Door linkage.......................Adjustable door arm. Pull cord trolley release.
Personal.............................Push button and automatic reversal in DOWN
direction. Push button and automatic stop in
UP direction
Electronic...........................Independent UP and DOWN force
adjustment screws
Electrical.............................Motor overload protector & low voltage push
button wiring
Limit device........................Circuit actuated by limit nut
Limit adjustment.................screwdriver adjustment on side panel
Start circuit...........................Low voltage door button or radio control
DIMENSIONS
Length (overall)..................124 inches
128 inches
Headroom required............2 inches
Hanging weight.................32 pounds
YOU'LL NEED TOOLS
During assembly and installation of your opener, instructions will call for the use of various hand tools shown below
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BEFORE YOU BEGIN, PLEASE TAKE SOME TIME TO CAREFULLY EXAMINE THE ILLUSTRATIONS OF A TYPICAL GARAGE DOOR
OPENER INSTALLATION ON BOTH A SECTIONAL AND A ONE-PIECE DOOR.
Some installation instructions vary for sectional and one-piece doors. Follow only those Instructions which apply to your door type.
Do you have a finished ceiling in your garage? If so, you will need a supportbracket and additional fastening hardware. Refer to Step
4, Page 13 for specific requirements.
Do you have a lightweight or metal door (or does it have glass panels)? If so,horizontal and vertical reinforcement is required. Refer to
Step 8. Page 17.
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Operation of Your Opener
CAUTION
• DO NOT PERMIT CHILDREN TO PLAY IN THE AREA OF THE
DOOR.
• BEFORE YOU PROCEED, PLEASE READ SAFETY RULES
ON PAGE 2 AND THE OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS ON
THIS PAGE CAREFULLY
• OPERATE ONLY WHEN OPENER IS PROPERLY ADJUSTED
AND THE DOOR IS VISIBLE AND UNOBSTRUCTED.
• TO AVOID DIFFICULTY DURING INSTALLATION, DO NOT
RUN OPENER UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO.
OPENER LIGHT(S) will turn on under the following
conditions: when the opener is initially plugged in; when
the power is interrupted; when the opener is activated.
Light(s) turns off automatically after minutes. Bulb size is
75 Watts maximum.
If the Multi-Function Control Panel (with the Light Switch
Feature) is installed, the light can remain ON or turn OFF
before the automatic cycle is completed. if desired.
HOW TO ACTIVATE THE OPENER
Use any of the following devices:
1. The Remote Control Transmitter. Hold the push
button down until the door starts to move.
2. The Door Control Button. Hold the button down until
the door starts to move.
3. The Key Switch or Wireless Keyless Entry System
(if you have installed either of these accessories).
HOW DOOR MOVES WHEN OPENER ACTIVATES:
HOW TO OPERATE THE DOOR MANUALLY
1. If open, door will close. If closed, door will open.
2. if closing, the door will reverse.
3. It opening, the door will stop (allowing space for entry
and exit of pets and for fresh air).
4. If the door has been stopped in a partially open
position, it will close.
5. If an obstruction is encountered while closing, the door
will reverse.
DOOR SHOULD BE FULLY CLOSED IF POSSIBLE.
WEAK OR BROKEN SPRINGS COULD ALLOW AN
OPEN DOOR TO FALL RAPIDLY. PROPERTY DAMAGE
OR SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY COULD RESULT. DO
NOT USE MANUAL RELEASE HANDLE TO PULL DOOR
OPEN OR CLOSED.
Disconnect door from opener by pulling down sharply on
red handle. Lift door manually. To automatically
reconnect door to opener, press Door Control Button.
LOCKOUT FEATURE: prevents trolley from reconnecting
automatically. If you need to use this feature, pull Manual
Release Handle down and back (toward opener). Trolley
will remain "Locked-Out" and door can be raised and
lowered manually. To reconnect trolley. Dull Manual
Release Handle straight down.
6. If an obstruction is encountered while opening, the door
will stop.
7. The optional Protector System™ uses an invisible
beam which, when broken by an obstruction, causes a
closing door to open and prevents an open door from
closing. It is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED for
homeowners with young children
ACCESSORIES AVAILABLE FOR YOUR OPENER
Model 753CB
Models 756CB & 756GMH
Mini Multi-Function Remote
Model 745CB
Model 70
Model 740CB
Standard Multi-Function Remote
The Multi-function remote control transmitter
can activate one or more door openers
and/or light controls.
Model 750CB
Single-Function Remote with
visor clip
Model 7704CB - 8'
Model 7710CB -10'
Multi-Function Control Panel
Provides a Lock Switch which prevents
operation of garage door opener from
remotes and a Light Switch for constant
light.
Model 760CB
Model 7702CB
'The Protector System'
Provides auxiliary support to the safety
features built into your opener. The
system's invisible beam, when broken by
an obstruction, causes a closing door to
open and prevents an Open door from
closing.
Wireless Keyless Entry System
Enables homeowner to operate garage
door opener from outside by entering
code on specially designed keypad.
T-rail Extension Kit
With a longer section of T-rail & a
chain/cable assy. to allow 8 foot or 10 foot
doors to open fully.
Outdoor Key Switch
Opens garage door automatically from
outside when remote control transmitter is
not handy.
Emergency Release Keylock
REQUIRED for a garage with NO
service door.
Allows manual operation of garage door
from outside in case of power failure.
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CARE OF THE OPENER
When properly installed on a door which is in balance and
in good repair, opener will provide high performance with a
minimum of maintenance. The opener does not require
additional lubrication.
CHAIN TENSION ADJUSTMENT: After installation of the
opener and adjustment of forces and limits, the chain may
appear loose. This is normal.
Most complaints of unsatisfactory opener operation can be
traced to problems with the door itself. When operated
manually, a properly balanced door will stay in any point
of travel while being supported entirely by its springs.
TO CHECK THE Chain TENSION: Disconnect the trolley
by pulling the red handle. If the chain returns to the
position described and illustrated in Step 4 page 9. DO
NOT make ANY further adjustments.
THE OPENER IS NOT INTENDED TO CORRECT ANY
PROBLEMS THAT ARE CAUSED BY AN UNBALANCED
OR BINDING DOOR, BROKEN DOOR SPRINGS OR BY
FAULTY DOOR HARDWARE.
REMOTE CONTROL TRANSMITTER: The portable remote
control may be secured to a car sun visor with the clip
provided. Additional remotes can be purchased at any time
for use in all vehicles using garage. Refer to Accessories on
page 5.
Any new remotes must be set to the same code as the
original remote. Code setting procedures are described on
page 23.
LIMIT AND FORCE ADJUSTMENTS: These adjustments
must be checked and properly set when opener is
installed. Only a screwdriver is required. Pages 20 and 21
refer to the limit and force adjustments. Follow the
instructions carefully.
REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY: The 12 Volt battery
should produce power for at least one year. As long as
there is adequate power, the transmitter battery test light
will glow when the push button is pressed (and the opener
will operate). When the light becomes dim or does not
come on, replace the battery. If transmission range lessens,
check the battery test light.
REPEAT THE SAFETY REVERSE TEST AFTER ANY
ADJUSTMENT. Weather conditions may cause some
minor changes in the door operation, requiring some
readjustments, particularly during the first YEAR of
operation.
THE SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM IS IMPORTANT (SEE
Pg.22). GARAGE DOOR MUST REVERSE ON CONTACT
WITH A 1-lNCH OBSTACLE PLACED ON THE FLOOR.
FAILURE TO PROPERLY ADJUST OPENER MAY
RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY FROM A
CLOSING GARAGE DOOR.
TO CHANGE BATTERY: Slide the battery compartment
cover back. Discard the old battery and position the new
battery as indicated on the case.
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR OPENER
TWICE A YEAR
ONCE A MONTH
CHECK CHAIN TENSION. Adjust if necessary.
MANUALLY OPERATE DOOR. If it is unbalanced or
binding, call for professional garage door service.
ONCE A YEAR
CHECK TO BE SURE DOOR OPENS 8 CLOSES FULLY.
Adjust Limits and/or Force if necessary.
OIL DOOR ROLLERS, BEARINGS AND HINGES
REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST. Make any necessary
adjustments (See Page 22).
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ASSEMBLY STEP 1
Assemble T-rail &
Attach Cable Pulley Bracket
CAUTION: Do not tighten the lock nuts until bolt
necks are seated in square holes and rail sections
are positioned correctly (see right and wrong views
below.
TO AVOID INSTALLATION DIFFICULTIES, DO
NOT RUN THE GARAGE DOOR OPENER UNTIL
INSTRUCTED TO DO SO.
PROCEDURE: Place the 4 T-rail sections on a flat surface
for assembly. THIS IS IMPORTANT.
Center sections are interchangeable. Front and back
sections are also interchangeable for ease of assembly.
Study the illustration carefully and connect T-bar braces to
rail sections from direction shown.
SQUARE NECKS ON CARRIAGE BOLTS MUST BE
SEATED IN SQUARE HOLES IN RAIL SECTIONS.
T-bar braces MUST be positioned against
rail sections as shown.
Otherwise they will hit against nut when
installed.
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Position the cable pulley bracket on front end
of T-rail as shown. Fasten securely with the
hardware provided.
IMPORTANT: When tightening screws, be
sure to keep bracket parrallel to rail.
Otherwise, rail may bow when opener is
operated.
ASSEMBLY STEP 2
Assemble & Install Trolley
AS A TEMPORARY STOP, INSERT A
SCREWDRIVER INTO HOLE IN FRONT END OF TRAIL.
Attach threaded shaft to trolley with lock washer and
nuts as shown.
Slide trolley assembly along rail to screwdriver stop.
NOTE: If trolley hits against nut on T-rail, bolts
and nuts were attached from the wrong side and
must be repositioned. Review Step 1.
USE ONLY THOSE SCREWS MOUNTED IN TOP
OF OPENER. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL CAUSE
SERIOUS DAMAGE TO OPENER.
ASSEMBLY STEP 3
Fasten T-Rail to Opener
PROCEDURE: Place the opener on packing material to
protect the cover. For convenience, place a support
under the cable pulley bracket.
Remove the (2) 5/16"-18x1/2" washered screws mounted
in the top of the opener. Align holes in back end of T-rail
with holes in opener. Fasten the rail with the (2) washered
screws previously removed and tighten securely.
CAUTION: USE ONLY THESE SCREWS! Use of any
other screws will cause serious damage to door
opener.
Insert a 5/16"-18x7/8" hex screw into trolley stop hole in
T-rail as shown. Tighten securely with a 5/16" lock
washer and nut.
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ASSEMBLY STEP 4
CAUTION: DO NOT REMOVE THE CHAIN/CABLE FROM
THE DISPENSER CARTON.
Install Idler Pulley, Chain/ Cable
& Sprocket Cover
LOCATE HARDWARE BAG CONTAINING SPROCKET
COVER, SCREW AND IDLER PULLEY
FOR SECTIONAL DOOR: Place idler pulley (hub side UP)
over post as shown.
FOR ONE-PIECE DOOR: Place the idler pulley (hub
side DOWN) over post as shown.
Detach cable loop from carton and faster to
trolley with a master link from coin envelope.
MASTER LINK PROCEDURE: Push pins of
master link bar through cable loop and hole in
front end of trolley (SEE Figure A.) Push cap and
into notches. Slide clip-on spring over cap and
into notches until both pin are securely locked.
Use second master link to connect chain to flat end of
shaft. Check to make sure the chain is not twisted.
REMOVE THE SCREWDRIVER.
Position sprocket cover over mounting plate as shown and
fasten with #8-32x3/8” screw.
With the trolley against screwdriver, dispense cable
around pulley. Caution: Keep the chain and cable taut
during installation to help prevent kinking.
SECTIONAL DOOR: Proceed around the 8-tooth
(bottom) opener sprocket (Fig.B).
ONE-PIECE DOOR: Proceed around the 6-tooth (top)
opener sprocket (FIG.B) and forward to trolley (Fig.C.)
TIGHTEN CHAIN/CABLE
CAUTION: Keep chain from twisting when turning nuts.
Thread inner nut in direction shown. (loosen outer nut first,
if necessary.)
Tension is correct when chain is approximately 1/2" above
base of T-rail, midway between pulley bracket and opener.
To maintain proper tension, be sure to tighten inner nut.
Sprocket noise can result if chain is either too loose
or too tight.
CAUTION:Do not overtighten chain. (See Page 6).
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BEFORE BEGINNING INSTALLATION OF GARAGE DOOR OPENER, BE SURE TO COMPLY WITH ALL
SAFETY RULES IT IS
RECOMMENDED THAT THE OPENER BE INSTALLED 7 FEET OR MORE ABOVE FLOOR WHERE SPACE PERMITS.
KEEP GARAGE DOOR BALANCED. STICKING OR BINDING DOORS MUST BE REPAIRED. THE GARAGE DOOR, DOOR
SPRINGS, CABLES, PULLEYS, BRACKETS AND THEIR HARDWARE ARE UNDER EXTREME TENSION AND CAN CAUSE
SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY. DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LOOSEN, MOVE OR ADJUST THEM. CALL FOR GARAGE DOOR
SERVICE.
DO NOT WEAR WATCHES, RINGS OR LOOSE CLOTHING WHILE INSTALLING OR SERVICING A DOOR OPENER.
THE HEADER BRACKET MUST BE RIGIDLY
FASTENED TO HEADER WALL REINFORCE
WALL WITH A 2x4 IF NECESSARY. FAILURE TO
COMPLY
MAY
RESULT
IN
IMPROPER
OPERATION OF SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM
(SEE PAGE 22).
INSTALLATION STEP 1
Position and Install Header Bracket
Installation procedures vary according to garage door types.
Follow the instructions which apply to your door.
SECTIONAL DOOR & 1-PIECE DOOR WITH TRACK
1. Close door and mark the inside vertical centerline of
garage door.
Extend the line onto header wall above door.
2. Open door to highest point of travel as shown. Draw an
intersecting horizontal line on header wall 2" above high
point. This height will provide travel clearance for top
edge of door.
NOTE: When the headroom Is not sufficient for 2"
clearance, the bottom edge of bracket may be placed
In line with the door's high point of travel.
3. Position bracket as shown (centered on vertical
guideline with bottom edge of bracket on horizontal
line).
Mark either top and bottom or left and right bracket
holes. drill 3/16" pilot holes and fasten bracket.
Proceed to Step 2, Page 11.
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ONE-PIECE DOOR WITHOUT TRACK
PLEASE READ AND COMPLY WITH THE WARNINGS ON PAGE 10. THEY APPLY TO THE INSTALLATION OF THE
HEADER BRACKET REGARDLESS OF DOOR TYPE.
EXAMPLE
1. Close door and mark inside vertical centerline of
garage door Extend line onto header wall above
door.
Distance from top of door (at
highest point of travel) to floor............................
2. Open door to highest point of travel as shown.
Measure the distance from top of door to floor.
Subtract actual height of door. Add 8" to
remainder {see example).
92”
Actual height of door ......................................... -88”
Remainder . . ....................................................
4”
Add ................................................................... + 8”
Bracket height on header wall ............................ =12”
(Measure UP from top of CLOSED door.)
NOTE: If the total number of inches exceeds height
available In garage use the maximum height
possible. On finished ceilings do not position the
bracket closer than 1/2" from ceiling.
POSITION AND FASTEN HEADER BRACKET AS
DESCRIBED AND SHOWN IN NO. 3 ON PAGE 10.
ONE-PIECE DOOR - NO TRACK
PIVOT HARDWARE
ONE-PIECE DOOR - NO TRACK
JAMB HARDWARE
INSTALLATION STEP 2
PROCEDURE: Position opener on garage floor below
header bracket. Use packing material as a protective
base.
Attach the T-Rail to Header Bracket
.
NOTE: To enable T-rail to clear sectional door
springs It may be necessary to lift opener onto a
temporary support.
CAUTION: The opener must either be secured to a
support or held firmly In place by another person.
Raise T-rail until pulley and header brackets come
together. Align bracket holes and join with clevis pin as
shown. Insert ring fastener to secure.
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INSTALLATION STEP 3
TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO LIGHT WEIGHT
DOORS AND/OR DOORS WITH WINDOWS, DO
NOT REST THE OPENER ON THE DOOR.
Position the Opener
Follow instructions which apply to your door type as illustrated.
INSTALLATION—SECTIONAL DOOR & 1-PIECE DOOR WITH TRACK
PROCEDURE: Raise the opener onto a stepladder.
Open garage door. Place a 2x4 on the top section of door
near centerline as shown. Rest T-rail on 2x4 as shown.
NOTE: A 2x4 is convenient for setting an Ideal doorto-T-rail distance. It Is not necessary where
headroom Is insufficient.
INSTALLATION—1-PIECE DOOR WITHOUT TRACK
PROCEDURE: Measure the distance from floor to top
of door (in fully open position and parallel to the floor).
Using a stepladder as a support, raise opener to the
same distance from the floor (it will have a slight angle
as shown).
The top of the door should be level with the top of
opener. For maximum efficiency, do not position opener
more than 2 inches above this point.
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INSTALLATION STEP 4
Hang the Opener
THE OPENER MUST BE SECURELY FASTENED TO A STRUCTURAL SUPPORT OF THE GARAGE.
Three representative installations are shown. Yours may be different. Hanging brackets should be angled (Fig.1)
or crossed (Flg.2) to provide rigid support. On finished ceilings (Fig.3), attach a sturdy metal bracket (not supplied) to
ceiling joists before installing opener.
PROCEDURE: Measure the distance from EACH side of
the opener to the structural support.
Cut both pieces of the hanging bracket to required
lengths. Flatten one end of each bracket and bend or
twist to fit the fastening angles. Do not bend at the
bracket holes. Drill 3/16" pilot holes in the structural
supports. Attach flattened ends of brackets to supports
with 5/16" x1-7/8" lag screws.
Lift opener and fasten to hanging bracket as shown.
Check to make sure T-rail Is centered over door.
REMOVE 2x4. Operate door manually. If door hits the
rail, raise header bracket.
Grease the top and underside of rail surface on
which trolley slides. A tube of grease is
supplied.
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LOCATE DOOR CONTROL BUTTON (OR ANY ADDITIONAL PUSH BUTTONS) WHERE THE GARAGE DOOR IS VISIBLE,
AWAY FROM DOOR AND DOOR HARDWARE AND OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN. SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY
FROM A MOVING GARAGE DOOR MAY RESULT FROM MISUSE OF OPENER.
DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO OPERATE DOOR CONTROL BUTTON(S) OR REMOTE CONTROL TRANSMITTER. FASTEN THE
CAUTION LABEL ON THE WALL NEAR DOOR CONTROL BUTTON AS A REMINDER OF SAFE OPERATING PROCEDURES.
INSTALLATION STEP 5
Install Lighted Door Control Button
Remove about 1/4” of insulation from both
ends of 2-strand bell wire. Connect one end to
both screw terminals on back of lighted door
control as shown.
NO POLARITY IS REQUIRED.
Install the door control button on an inside
garage wall as shown. Use anchors if
installing into drywall. A convenient place is
alongside the service door and
OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Run bell wire up the wall and across the
ceiling to the opener. Secure with insulated
staples.
Receiver terminals and antenna are located on
back panel of opener. Position antenna wire
as shown. Then connect the wire by color to
the white and red opener terminal screws.
OPERATION OF
LIGHTED DOOR CONTROL BUTTON
WIRING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCESSORIES
The Protector System
To white and black opener terminals
Press to open or close door.
Press again to REVERSE door during the CLOSING
cycle or to STOP door during OPENING cycle.
Outdoor Key Switch:
To red and white opener terminals
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INSTALLATION STEP 6
Install Light and Lens
INSTALLING LIGHT: Install a 75 watt maximum light
bulb in socket as shown. The light will turn on and
remain lit for 4-1/2 minutes when power is connected.
After 4-1/2 minutes it will turn off.
If bulb burns out prematurely due to vibration, replace
with bulb specifically packaged for “Garage Door
Openers”.
INSTALLING LENS: Slide the lens into the guides as
shown. Snap the bottom tabs into lens slots.
INSTALLATION STEP 7
USE THE MANUAL RELEASE ROPE ONLY
TO DISENGAGE TROLLEY. DO NOT USE
ROPE AND HANDLE TO PULL THE DOOR
OPEN OR CLOSED.
Attach Manual Release Rope and Handle
PROCEDURE: Thread one end og rope through hole
in top of red handle so ‘NOTICE’ reads right side up as
shown. Secure with an overhand knot.
NOTE: Knot should be at least 1” from end of the
rope to prevent slipping.
Thread other end of rope through hole in release arm
of outer trolley. Adjust rope llength so that handle is 6
feet above the floor. Secure with an overhand knot as
above.
NOTE: If it is necessary to cut rope, heat seal cut
end with match or lighter to prevent fraying and/or
raveling.
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INSTALLATION STEP 8
Connect Electric Power
RIGHT
TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY
FROM ENTANGLEMENT, REMOVE ALL THE
ROPES CONNECTED TO GARAGE DOOR
BEFORE OPERATING OPENER
TO AVOID DAMAGE TO GARAGE DOOR AND
OPENER, MAKE DOOR LOCKS INOPERATIVE
BEFORE CONNECTING ELECTRIC POWER. USE A
WOOD SCREW OR NAIL TO HOLD LOCKS IN "OPEN"
(UNLOCKED) POSITION.
THE INSTALLATION & THE WIRING MUST BE IN
COMPLIANCE WITH LOCAL ELECTRICAL AND
BUILDING CODES.
OPERATION AT OTHER THAN 120V 60Hz WILL
CAUSE OPENER MALFUNCTION AND DAMAGE.
WRONG
Opener Must be permanently wired or plugged into
a grounded 3-prong receptacle wired according to
local electrical codes. DO NOT use a 2-wire adapter.
DO NOT USE an extension cord.
PROCEDURE FOR PERMANENT WIRING (if required by local codes)
DISCONNECT THE POWER AT THE FUSE
BOX BEFORE PROCEEDING.
Refer to illustration. Make connection through the 7/8
diameter hole in top of opener.
1. Remove opener cover screws and set cover aside.
2. Remove attached 3-prong cord.
3. Connect black (line) wire to black wire on terminal
block; white (neutral) wire to white terminal wire;
green (ground) wire to green ground screw.
CAUTION: BE SURE THE UNIT IS GROUNDED ACCORDING
TO LOCAL CODE.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO AVOID INSTALLATION DIFFICULTIES,
DO NOT RUN OPENER NOW.
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TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO LIGHTWEIGHT
AND METAL GARAGE DOORS {OR ONES
WITH GLASS PANELS).
ALWAYS REINFORCE THE INSIDE OF DOOR BOTH
VERTICALLY AND HORIZONTALLY WITH 2x4
BOARDS OR ANGLE IRON.
INSTALLATION STEP 9
Fasten Door Bracket and Plate
Follow instructions which apply to your door type as
illustrated below.
The horizontal brace should be at least 6 feet long. The vertical brace should cover height of top panel. The best solution is
to check with your garage door manufacturer for an opener Installation door reinforcement kit.
Sectional Door Installation Procedure
Position door bracket and plate assembly
against door within the following limits
according to your requirements (and centered
on vertical guideline or up to one foot left or
right of center if necessary):
A) Top edge of bracket 2” - 4” below top edge
of door.
B) Directly below any structural support
across top of door.
Mark and drill 5/16” fastening holes. Secure
bracket assembly as shown.
All One-Piece Door Installation Procedure
NOTE: The door bracket may be installed on face
of door if required for your installation. (Refer to
dotted line drawing.) HOWEVER, drill 3/16” pilot
holes and substitute 5/16” x 1-1/2” lag screws
(not supplied) to fasten the bracket to the door.
NOTE: The door bracket has left and right side
fastening holes. Use bracket and plate assembly if
you require top and bottom fastening holes.
Center bracket (with or without plate as required) on top
edge of door as shown. Mark holes.
Drills 5/16” holes and fasten the door bracket with
hardware supplied.
NOTE: If the door has no exposed framing, drill
3/16” pilot holes and use 5/16” x 1-1/2” lag screws
(not supplied) to fasten bracket to top of door.
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INSTALLATION STEP 10
Connect Door Arm to Trolley
Follow instructions which apply to your door type as
illustrated.
SECTIONAL DOORS ONLY
Make sure garage door is closed tight. Pull the manual release handle to disconnect the trolley. Manually
move outer trolley back to the center of Inner trolley as shown in Figures A, B and C.
FIG B: Bring arm sections together. Find two pairs of
holes that line up and join sections. Select holes as far
apart as possible to increase door arm rigidity.
FIG A: Fasten straight door arm section to outer trolley
with a clevis pin. Secure the connection with a ring
fastener.
Fasten curved section to the door bracket in the same
way.
FIG C: If holes in curved arm are ABOVE holes in
straight arm, disconnect straight arm. Cut about 6" from
the solid end. Reconnect to trolley with CUT END
DOWN as shown.
Bring arm sections together. Find two pairs of holes that
line up and join with screws, lock washers and nuts.
Proceed to Step 1, page 20. Trolley will re-engage automatically when opener is operated.
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ALL ONE-PIECE DOORS
ASSEMBLE DOOR ARM: Fasten straight and curved
door arm sections together to their longest possible
length. With door closed, connect straight door arm
section to door bracket with a clevis pin. Secure with a
ring fastener.
Before connecting door arm to trolley, limits of travel must be adjusted on one-piece doors. Limit adjustment screws
are located on left side panel as shown in illustration on Page 20. Follow procedures below.
ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES
OPEN DOOR ADJUSTMENT
CLOSED DOOR ADJUSTMENT
Decrease UP limit. Turn UP limit adjustment screw
counterclockwise 4 complete turns.
Decrease DOWN limit. Turn DOWN limit adjustment
screw clockwise 8 complete turns.
Press door control button Trolley will travel to full open
position.
Manually raise door arm to open position (parallel to
floor) and lift door arm to trolley. The arm should touch
trolley just in back of door arm connector hole as shown
in solid line drawing. If arm does not extend far enough,
adjust limit further. One full turn equals 2" of door travel.
Press door control button. Trolley will travel to full closed
position.
Manually close door and lift door arm to trolley. The arm
should touch trolley just ahead of door arm connector
hole as shown in dotted line drawing. if arm is behind
the connector hole, adjust limit further. One full turn
equals 2" of door travel.
CONNECT DOOR ARM TO TROLLEY: With door closed, join curved arm to connector hole in trolley with remaining
clevis pin. Secure- with ring fastener. NOTE: It may be necessary to lift door slightly to make connection.
Run opener through a complete travel cycle. If door has a slight 'backward' slant in full open position, decrease UP
limits until door is parallel to floor.
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ADJUSTMENT STEP 1
Adjust UP and DOWN Limits
LIMIT ADJUSTMENT settings regulate the points at which
the door will stop when moving up or down.
NOTE: Door STOPS In the UP direction If anything
interferes with door travel. Door REVERSES in the
DOWN direction It anything interferes with the door
travel (including binding or unbalanced doors).
PROCEDURE: To operate the opener, press the Door
Control Button. Run the opener through a COMPLETE
TRAVEL CYCLE. No limit adjustments are necessary
when the door opens and closes completely and doesn't
reverse unintentionally when fully closed.
The following chart outlines adjustment procedures. Run the opener through a COMPLETE
TRAVEL CYCLE AFTER EACH ADJUSTMENT.
NOTE: REPEATED OPERATION OF THE OPENER DURING ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES MAY
CAUSE MOTOR TO OVERHEAT AND SHUT OFF. SIMPLY WAIT 15 MINUTES AND TRY AGAIN.
Read the chart carefully before proceeding to Step 2. Use a screwdriver to make limit adjustments.
LIMIT ADJUSTMENT CHART
IF OPENER REVERSES IN FULLY
CLOSED POSITION
IF DOOR DOES NOT OPEN COMPLETELY
BUT OPENS AT LEAST FIVE FEET
Decrease DOWN travel. Turn down limit adjustment
screw clockwise. One turn equals 2 inches of travel.
Increase UP travel. Turn the UP LIMIT adjustment screw
clockwise. One turn equals 2" of travel.
If door does not open at least 5 feet: adjust UP (OPEN)
FORCE as explained in Step 2.
IF DOOR REVERSES WHEN CLOSING AND THERE
IS NO INTERFERENCE TO TRAVEL CYCLE
Test door for binding: Pull manual release handle.
Manually open and close door. If door is binding, call for
garage door service. If door is not binding or unbalanced,
adjust DOWN (CLOSE) FORCE. See Step 2.
IF DOOR DOES NOT CLOSE COMPLETELY
Increase DOWN travel. Turn down limit adjustment
screw counterclockwise. One turn equals 2" of travel.
If the door still will not close completely, the header
bracket is positioned too high. See Step 1, page 10.
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DO NOT USE FORCE ADJUSTMENTS TO
COMPENSATE FOR A BINDING OR STICKING
GARAGE DOOR. EXCESSIVE FORCE WILL
INTERFERE WITH PROPER OPERATION OF
SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM OR DAMAGE
GARAGE DOOR.
ADJUSTMENT STEP 2
Adjust Force
Force Adjustment Controls are located on rear panel of
opener. FORCE ADJUSTMENT settings regulate
amount of the power required to open and close door.
NOTE: The door STOPS in the UP direction if
anything Interferes with its travel. Door REVERSES
In the DOWN direction If anything interferes with Its
travel (Including binding or unbalanced doors).
If the force adjustments are set too light, door travel may
be interrupted by nuisance reversals in DOWN direction
and stops in UP direction. Weather conditions can affect
the door movement, occasional adjustment may be
needed.
Maximum force adjustment range is 260 degrees, about
314 of a complete turn. Do not force controls beyond
that point. Turn force adjustment controls with a
screwdriver.
Adjustment Label
FORCE ADJUSTMENT CHART
IF DOOR DOESN'T OPEN AT LEAST 5 FEET
TEST DOWN (CLOSE) FORCE
Grasp the door handle or door bottom when door is
about halfway through DOWN (CLOSE) TRAVEL. Door
should reverse. If the door is hard to hold or doesn't
reverse, decrease DOWN (CLOSE) FORCE by turning
the control in a counterclockwise direction. Make 10
degree turn adjustments until door reverses normally.
After each adjustment, run opener through a complete
cycle.
Increase UP (OPEN) FORCE by turning the control in a
clockwise direction. Make 10 degree turn adjustments
until door opens completely. Readjust UP LIMIT if
necessary. After each adjustment, run opener through a
complete travel cycle.
IF DOOR REVERSES DURING DOWN
(CLOSE) CYCLE
Increase DOWN (CLOSE) FORCE by turning control
clockwise Make 10 degree turn adjustments until door
completes close cycle. After each adjustment, run the
opener through a complete travel cycle.
PROCEED TO STEP 3
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THE SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM TEST IS
_
IMPORTANT.
GARAGE DOOR MUST
REVERSE ON CONTACT WITH A ONE-INCH
ADJUSTMENT STEP 3
Test Safety Reverse System
OBSTACLE PLACED ON THE FLOOR. FAILURE TO
PROPERLY ADJUST OPENER MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS
PERSONAL INJURY FROM A CLOSING GARAGE DOOR.
REPEAT TEST ONCE A MONTH AND ADJSUT AS NEEDED.
PROCEDURE: Place a one-inch obstacle on the floor
under the garage door. Operate door in DOWN direction.
The door MUST reverse on the obstruction.
If the door STOPS on the obstruction, it is not traveling
far enough in the DOWN direction. Increase the DOWN
limit by turning DOWN limit adjustment screw
counterclockwise 1/4 turn. REPEAT TEST.
NOTE: Make sure limit adjustments do not force the
door arm beyond a straight up and down position.
See the Illustration on Page 18/19.
When the door reverses on the one-inch obstacle,
remove the obstruction and run the opener through a
complete travel cycle
Door MUST NOT reverse in closed position. Repeat
Adjustment Steps 1, 2 and 3 if necessary.
REPEAT ADJUSTMENT STEP 3 AFTER:
•
EACH ADJUSTMENT OF DOOR ARM LENGTH, CLOSE
•
FORCE OR DOWN LIMIT.
ANY REPAIR OR ADJUSTMENT OF GARAGE DOOR
(INCLUDING SPRINGS AND HARDWARE).
•
ANY REPAIR OR BUCKLING OF THE GARAGE FLOOR.
•
ANY REPAIR OR ADJUSTMENT OF THE GARAGE
DOOR OPENER.
THE
PROTECTOR
SYSTEM
PROVIDES
AN
ADDITIONAL MEASURE OF SAFETY AGAINST A
SMALL CHILD BEING CAUGHT UNDER A GARAGE
DOOR. It uses an Invisible beam which, when broken by
an obstruction, causes a closing door to open and
prevents an open door from closing. STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED FOR HOMEOWNERS WITH YOUNG
CHILDREN.
THE PROTECTOR SYSTEM
Installation of Optional Safety Feature
After opener has been installed and adjusted,
THE PROTECTOR SYSTEM accessory can
be installed.
Instructions are included with this optional
device.
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ACTIVATE THE OPENER ONLY WHEN
DOOR IS IN FULL VIEW, FREE OF
OBSTRUCTION AND PROPERLY
Radio Controls
F.C.C. rules prohibit adjustments to or modification of receiver and/or
remote control transmitter circuitry except for changing code setting and
replacing remote control transmitter battery. NO USER SERVICEABLE
PARTS.
Manufactured under 1 or more of the following U.S. patents: RE29,525;
4,037.201; 4.750.118; 4.806.930 Other Patents Pending.
ADJUSTED. NO ONE SHOULD ENTER OR LEAVE
GARAGE WHILE DOOR IS IN MOTION. DO NOT
ALLOW CHILDREN TO OPERATE REMOTES OR
DOOR CONTROL BUTTONS. DO NOT ALLOW
CHILDREN TO PLAY NEAR THE DOOR.
Your garage door opener receiver and remote control transmitter have been factory set to a matching
code. If you want to CHANGE your code or purchase additional remotes, follow the Instructions below. The code in
any NEW remote control must be set to match the code In the original remote control.
MATCH/CHANGE THE CODE IN REMOTE CONTROL(S)
1. Slide battery compartment cover back to access code switches in your single function remote and any new
remote control.
2. Place remotes side by side as shown and set switches in ALL remotes to matching positions (+, -, 0). Use a pen
or screwdriver to slide the code switches.
NOTE: Instructions for matching the code switches in two-channel and multi-function remote control
transmitters are Included with those accessories.
MATCH/CHANGE THE CODE IN THE RECEIVER
GARAGE DOOR OPENERS
WITH RECEIVER "SMART" CODE BUTTON
3. Press the RECEIVER Smart Button on the back panel of
the opener as shown The adjacent indicator light will
turn ON.
CAUTION: Door will begin to move immediately If any
transmitter has been activated.
If this occurs, wait until the door has completed its UP
or DOWN cycle. Then begin again at Step 3.
4. STAND AWAY FROM THE DOOR and press the remote
control transmitter push button. The indicator light will
turn OFF and the door will move. Receiver and remote
control(s) codes now match. The opener will operate
when either the door control button or the remote control
transmitter push button is pressed
NOTE: If the remote control transmitter push button is
not pressed within 30 seconds, the indicator light will
turn OFF. In that case, begin again at Step 3.
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Having a Problem?
Review Pages 2 and 3 Before Proceeding
SITUATION
PROBABLE CAUSE & SOLUTION
OPENER DOESN'T OPERATE
FROM EITHER THE DOOR
CONTROL BUTTON OR THE
REMOTE CONTROL
TRANSMITTER
1. Have you disengaged all door locks? Review Step 7, page 16.
2. Does the opener have electric power? Plug a lamp into the outlet. If it doesn't
light, check fuse box or circuit breaker (Some outlets are controlled by a wall
switch.)
3. Repeated operation may have tripped the overload protector in the motor.
Wait 15 minutes. Try again.
4. Is there a build-up of ice or snow under door? Door may be frozen to ground.
Remove any obstruction.
5. Remove bell wire from opener terminals. Short red and white terminals by
touching both terminals at same time with a piece of metal (screwdriver or
coin). If opener runs, check for a faulty wire connection at door control button
or a short under staples.
OPENER OPERATES FROM
REMOTE CONTROL BUT NOT
FROM DOOR CONTROL
DOOR OPERATES FROM DOOR
CONTROL BUT NOT FROM
REMOTE CONTROL
REMOTE CONTROL HAS SHORT
RANGE
1. Is door control button lit? If not, refer to No. 5 above.
2. Are wiring connections correct? Review Step 5, page 14 or 15.
1. Does the battery test light glow when remote push button is pressed? If not,
replace the battery.
2. If you have two remote controls and only one operates, review the code
setting
Procedures on page 23. ALL remotes must be set to same code.
1. Check battery test light. If the light is dim, change the battery.
2. Change the location of the remote control in the car.
3. A metal garage door or foil-backed insulation or metal siding will reduce the
transmission range.
4. Make sure antenna on back Panel of opener extends fully downward.
THE GARAGE DOOR OPENS
AND CLOSES BY ITSELF
1. Is there a neighbor with a garage door opener using the same frequency
code? Change your code. Review page 23.
2. Check to be sure that the remote control push button is not stuck in the 'down'
position.
3. Remove bell wire from opener terminals and operate from remote control
only. If this solves the problem, the door control is faulty (replace), or there is
a short or broken wire between door control button and opener.
DOOR DOESN'T OPEN
COMPLETELY
1. Is something obstructing the door?
2. If door opens at least 5 feet, travel limits may need to be increased. One turn
equals 2 inches of travel. See page 20. REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST
after the adjustment is complete.
3. If door has been working properly but now doesn't open all the way, increase
the UP (OPEN) FORCE. See page 21.
REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after the adjustment is complete.
DOOR DOESN'T CLOSE
COMPLETELY
1. Is something obstructing the door?
DOOR WON'T CLOSE
1. Check The Protector System (if you have installed this accessory) If the light
is blinking, correct alignment
2. Review the Travel Limits Adjustment Chart on page 20
REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after any adjustment of door arm
length, close force or down limit.
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Having a Problem? (continued)
SITUATION
PROBABLE CAUSE & SOLUTION
DOOR REVERSES FOR
NO APPARENT REASON
1. Pull red manual release handle. Operate door manually. If it is unbalanced or
binding, call for garage door service to correct the problem.
2. Clear any ice or snow from garage floor area where garage door closes.
3. Review the Force Adjustment Chart on page 21. REPEAT SAFETY
REVERSE TEST after adjustment Is complete.
4. If door reverses in FULLY CLOSED position decrease travel limits (Page 20).
REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after the adjustment Is complete. THE
NEED FOR OCCASIONAL ADJUSTMENT OF THE FORCE AND LIMIT
SETTINGS IS NORMAL. WEATHER CONDITIONS IN PARTICULAR CAN
AFFECT DOOR TRAVEL.
5. Check The Protector System (if you have installed this accessory). If the light is
blinking, correct alignment.
OPENER LIGHT(S)
DO NOT TURN ON
1. Replace the light bulbs (75 watts maximum). Use "garage door opener bulbs" if
standard bulbs burn out prematurely due to vibration. Vibration may be caused by
loose end panel Retighten screws.
DO NOT TURN OFF
1.There may be a defective ground at ceiling or wall receptacle. UNIT MUST BE
GROUNDED.
OPENER STRAINS OR
MAXIMUM FORCE IS NEEDED
TO OPERATE DOOR
1. Door may be out of balance or springs are broken. Close door and use manual
release rope and handle to disconnect trolley. Open and close door manually. A
properly balanced door will stay in any point of travel while being supported
entirely by its springs. If it does not, call for garage door service to correct the
Problem.
OPENER MOTOR HUMS
BRIEFLY, THEN WON'T WORK
1. Garage door springs are broken. SEE ABOVE.
2. The trolley may be jammed into stop bolts. Pull or push on door while motor is
humming to release jammed condition. Re-adjust door limits (page 20) to prevent
over-travel
REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after adjustment Is complete.
3. If the problem occurs on first operation of opener, door is locked. DISABLE DOOR
LOCK. If chain and cable was removed and reinstalled, motor may be out of phase.
Remove chain; cycle motor to down position. Observe drive sprocket. When
it turns in clockwise direction and stops in down position, reinstall chain and cable.
REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after adjustment Is complete.
OPENER WON'T OPERATE
DUE TO POWER FAILURE
1. Use manual release rope and handle to disconnect trolley. Door can be opened
and closed manually. When the power is restored, press the door control button
and trolley will automatically reconnect.
2. The Emergency Release Key Lock accessory (for use on garages with no service
door) disconnects the trolley from outside the garage in case of power failure.
CHAIN DROOPS OR SAGS
1. It is normal for chain to droop slightly in the closed door position. Use manual
release rope and handle to disconnect trolley. If chain returns to normal height
when the trolley is disengaged and door reverses on a one-inch obstruction, no
adjustments are needed (see page 9).
OPENER NOISE IS
DISTURBING IN LIVING
QUARTERS OF HOME
1. If operational noise is a problem because of proximity of the opener to the living
quarters, Vibration Isolator Kit can be installed This kit was designed to eliminate
the 'sounding board effect' and is easy to install.
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SEPARATE ALL HARDWARE FOR ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION PROCEDURES AS SHOWN BELOW
2
1
4
11
12
13
3
16
14
15
6
5
17
19
18
8
23
7
25
21
10
20
26
22
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REPAIR PARTS
Opener Assembly Parts List
KEY
NO.
1
2
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
31D380
41C4220
3
41A2817
4
5
6
7
8
41B2991
41A3075
175B88M
108D30-1
30b363
Sprocket cover
Gear and sprocket assy.
Complete with:
Spring Washer
Thrust Washer
Retaining ring
Bearing Plate
Roll Pins (2)
Drive gear and worm gear
Helical gear w/retainer and grease
Drive/Worm gear kit w/ grease
Roll pins (2)
Line cord
End Panel
Light socket
Lens
Capacitor
9
10
12A373
41A3150
Capacitor Bracket
Terminal w/screw
KEY
NO.
11
PART NO.
DESCRIPTION
41d3058
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
41A3474-1
41A2818
41D3452
41C4398
41C4285
41C2826
41A2822
41A4207-1
20
21
41A3694
206A65
Universal replacement motor and
bracket assembly. Complete with:
Motor, worm, bracket, bearing assy.
RPM sensor
Cover
Helical gear and retainer w/grease
Limit switch assembly
RPM sensor assembly
Wire harness assy. w/ plug
Shaft bearing kit
Interrupter cup assy.
Receiver logic board assy.
Complete with:
End panel w/all labels
Motor shaft insulator tube
NOT SHOWN
Chassis assy. hardware kit (includes
screw not designated by a number in
illustration)
41A2825
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Sears / CRAFTSMAN ®
HOW TO ORDER REPAIR
PARTS
Garage Door
Opener Models:
139.53638SRT
Now that you have purchased your Sears Garage Door Opener, should a
need ever exist for repair parts or service, simply contact any Sears Service
Center and most Sears Roebuck and Co. Stores. Be sure to provide all
pertinent facts when you call or visit.
The MODEL NUMBER of your garage door opener is printed on a label
located on the left side panel of the opener.
All parts listed may be ordered from any service center and most Sears stores. TO
ORDER REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION :
PART NUMBER
MODEL NUMBER
PART DESCRIPTION
NAME OF ITEM
If the parts you need are not stocked locally, your order will be electronically
transmitted to a Sears Repair Parts Distribution Center for handling.
If your suspect radio control malfunction, contact your nearest
SEARS Service Center.
MAINTENANCE AGREEMENTS .......... YOUR WAY TO BUY TOMORROW'S SERVICE
AT TODAY'S PRICE ....... With nationwide service and the benefits of a Sears warranty plus a Sears
maintenance agreement, you don't have to worry about costly repairs resulting from normal use.
The maintenance agreement does not cover installation or re-installation of the product or damage resulting from
external causes such as: acts of abuse, fire, flood, wind, lightning, freezing, etc.
To Purchase a Sears Maintenance Agreement - Ask Any Salesperson or Call Sears Service Today.
SEARS
WARRANTY
FULL 90 DAY WARRANTY ON GARAGE DOOR OPENER
For 90 days from the date of purchase, Sears will repair any defect in material or workmanship at no charge
.
LIMITED WARRANTY
From the 91 st day until one year from the date of purchase, Sears will furnish replacement parts for any defective
parts, free of charge. You pay for labor.
LIMITED WARRANTY ON 1/2 HP MOTORS FOR CRAFTSMAN OPENERS
After 1 year and through 5 years, Sears will furnish replacement parts for any defective parts in motor, free of charge.
You pay for labor.
LIMITATION ON LIABILITY
Sears will not be liable for loss or damage to property or any incidental or consequential loss or expense from
property damage due directly or indirectly from the use of this product. Some states do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you. This
warranty does not cover repairs necessary because of operator abuse or negligence, including failure to install, adjust
and operate the opener according to instructions contained in the owner's manual.
WARRANTY SERVICE IS AVAILABLE BY SIMPLY CONTACTING THE NEAREST SEARS STORE OR SERVICE
CENTER IN THE UNITED STATES.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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