Wayne-Dalton TORQUEMASTER 5140 Owner`s manual

5120 and 5140
TorqueMaster® - Single and Double Spring
Installation Instructions and Owner’s Manual
Wayne-Dalton Corp.
P.O. Box 67 Mt. Hope, OH 44660
www.wayne-dalton.com
Copyright 2009 Wayne-Dalton Corp.
IMPORTANT NOTICE!
Read these instructions carefully before
attempting installation. If in question about
any of the procedures, do not perform the
work. Instead, have a qualified door agency
do the installation or repairs.
Part No. 325812
REV3 08/03/2009
Table of Contents
Important Safety Instructions................................................... 2
Package Contents.................................................................... 3
Door Section Identification....................................................... 4
Tools Required......................................................................... 5
Pre-Installation...................................................................5-10
Removing The Old Door........................................5-9
Preparing The Opening.......................................... 10
Installation . .....................................................................11-30
Optional Installations........................................................31-35
Side Lock (Sold Separately)................................... 31
DoormasterTM Bracket.......................................... 31
Step Plate (Sold Separately)................................... 32
Pull Rope............................................................... 32
Trolley Instructions For Standard Lift...................... 33
Trolley Instructions For Low Headroom.................. 34
Trolley Operator..................................................... 35
Maintenance.....................................................................36-37
Cleaning................................................................ 36
Painting Instructions.........................................36-37
Warranty................................................................................ 38
Customer Service Number..................................................... 38
Definition of key words used in this manual:
WARNING
Indicates a potentially hazardous
situation which, if not avoided, could
result in severe or fatal injury.
CAUTION: PROPERTY DAMAGE OR INJURY CAN RESULT
FROM FAILURE TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS.
IMPORTANT: Required step for safe and proper
door operation.
NOTE: Information assuring proper installation of the door.
WARNING Read these
instructions carefully before
attempting installation. If
in question about any of the
procedures, do not perform the
work. Instead, have a qualified
door agency do the installation
or repairs.
1. Read and follow all installation instructions.
2. Wear protective gloves during installation to avoid possible
cuts from sharp metal edges.
3. It is always recommended to wear eye protection when using
tools, otherwise eye injury could result.
4.Avoid installing your new door on windy days. Door could
fall during the installation causing severe or fatal injury.
5. Doors 12’-0” wide and wider should be installed by two
persons, to avoid possible injury.
6. Operate door ONLY when it is properly adjusted and free from
obstructions.
7. If a door becomes hard to operate, inoperative or is damaged,
immediately have necessary adjustments and/or repairs
made by a trained door system technician using proper tools
and instructions.
8. DO NOT stand or walk under a moving door, or permit
anybody to stand or walk under an electrically operated door.
9. DO NOT place fingers or hands into open section joints when
closing a door. Use lift handles/gripping points when operating
door manually.
10. DO NOT permit children to operate garage door or door
controls. Severe or fatal injury could result, should the child become entrapped between the door and the floor.
11. Due to constant extreme spring tension, DO NOT attempt any
adjustment, repair or alteration to any part of the door,
especially to springs, spring brackets, bottom corner brackets,
red colored fasteners, cables or supports. To avoid possible
severe or fatal injury, have any such work performed
by a trained door systems technician using proper tools and
instructions.
12. On electrically operated doors, pull down ropes must be
removed and locks must be removed or made inoperative in
the open (unlocked) position.
13. Top section of door may need to be reinforced when attaching
an electric opener. Check door and/or opener manufacturer’s
instructions.
14. VISUALLY inspect door and hardware monthly for worn and or
broken parts. Check to ensure door operates freely.
15. Test electric opener’s safety features monthly, following
opener manufacturer’s instructions.
16. NEVER hang tools, bicycles, hoses, clothing or anything else
from horizontal tracks. Track systems are not intended or
designed to support extra weight.
After installation is complete, fasten this manual
near garage door.
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NOTE: Depending on the door model, some parts listed will not be supplied if not
necessary. rear supports may or may not be included with your door.
Package Contents
DOOR SectionS (as required)
(2) Horizontal Angles
(21-15/16” or 80”)
(as required)
(1)TorqueMaster® Spring tube
(2) Quick Install RH/LH
Flagangle (as required)
asymmetrical u-bar
(if included)
right & left
Drum Wraps
right & left
End Brackets
U-Bar
(if included)
(2) Horizontal Tracks RH/LH
idrive® Operator
(sold separately)
Q.I. Jamb Brackets
(As Required)
36 Tooth Worm Gear
(as required)
(2) Top Bracket Slides
right and left cable
drum assemblies
(1) operator bracket (2) Top Bracket Bases weather seals & nails
(if included)
Counter Covers
(as required)
Counter Gears
(as required)
Rollers
(as required)
(2) Vertical
Tracks RH/LH
(1) Center Bracket
assembly
9100, 9600, 5120, 5140
TorqueMaster® - Single and Double Spring
Installation Instructions and Owner’s Manual
IMPORTANT NOTICE!
Read these instructions carefully before
attempting installation. If in question about
any of the procedures, do not perform the
work. Instead, have a qualified door agency
do the installation or repairs.
© Copyright 2005 Wayne-Dalton Corp.
Part No. 302868
MANUAL
Rev. 2 08/04/2005
lubricating oil
(as required)
5/16” x 1 5/8” Hex Head Lag Screws
(as required)
(1) Loose Winding Shaft (2) 3/8”- 16 Hex Nuts 1/4”- 20 Flanged Hex
(SINGLE SPRING only)
Nuts (as required)
pull rope
(if included)
3/8”- 16 x 3/4” hex head
bolts (if included)
(2) #10 Phillips
head screws
(2) 3/8”-16 x 3/4”
Truss Head Bolts
1/4”-20 x 11/16” Self Drilling
Screws (as required)
(4) 1/4”-20 x 5/8” 1/4”-14 x 5/8” Self Tapping (2) #12 x 1/2” Phillips
Screws (as required)
head screws
Carriage Bolts
(1) 5/16” x 1-1/4”
(1) COTTER PIN
Clevis PIN
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Door Section Identification
Tools Needed:
Warning label
NOTE: This provides an alternative method
for identifying your door sections/stack
position.
Hinges are always pre-attached at the top
of each section (except top section) and
the hinges are stamped for identification,
#1, #2, #3, and #4 (#4 only on five
section doors). See view below. The
stamp identifies the stacking sequence
of the section. The sequence is always
determined by #1 being the bottom
section to #3 or #4 being the highest
intermediate section. See views to the
right. If the stamp on the end hinge is
illegible, refer to the section side view
illustration to the right.
The section side view illustration shows
the end hinge profile of all the sections,
and can also be used in conjunction with
identifying each sections.
Top Section
#3
end stiles
Warning labels
Intermediate Section
#2
Lock Section
#1
The bottom section can be identified
by a #1 end hinge, the factory attached
bottom astragal, or by the bottom bracket
warning labels on each end stile.
The lock section can be identified by a
#2 end hinge.
The intermediate section can be
identified by a #3 end hinge. Some
sections may have a warning label
attached to either the right or left hand
end stile of the section.
NOTE: #4 End hinges are used on the
fourth section of five section doors.
The top section can be identified by no
pre-installed hinges on the section and the
warning label attached in the center of the
section.
Bottom Bracket
warning Labels
Bottom Section
Astragal
SECTION side view
7/8”
4
1 3/8”
#1 end
hinge
#2 end
hinge
#3 end
hinge
BOT.
LOCK
INT.
BOTTOM
BRACKET
Typical hinge stamping location
1 1/8”
1 19/32”
#4 end
hinge
INT.
(USED ONLY
ON FIVE
SECTIONS)
ASTRAGAL
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Power Drill
Ratchet Wrench
Pliers/Wire Cutters
Tape Measure
1/8”, 3/16” Drill Bits
Phillips Head Screwdriver
Flat Tip Screwdriver
Pencil
Needle Nose Pliers
Gloves
7/16”, 1/2”, 9/16”
Sockets
7/16” Socket Driver
3/8”, 7/16”, 1/2”, 9/16”
Wrenches
Safety Glasses
PRE-INSTALLATION
Tools Required
Step Ladder
Hammer
vice grips
Vice clamps
(2) Saw Horses
Removing An Old Door
WARNING
If your counterbalance system is other than those mentioned IN SECTIONS P1, P2 AND P3, do not
attempt to work on it, but have a qualified door agency perform the work. Otherwise, severe or
fatal injury could result.
WARNING
Disconnect and remove any electric opener prior to removal of counterbalance systems to
prevent unintended door operation. Otherwise, severe or fatal injury could result.
WARNING
Counterbalance spring tension must be relieved before removing any hardware. A powerful
spring releasing it’s energy suddenly can cause severe or fatal injury.
WARNING
If you have back problems do not attempt this, or severe injury could result
WARNING
Removing an existing door can be dangerous. Follow instructions on pages 6-10 “removing an
old door/preparing the opening” carefully, otherwise, severe or fatal injury could result.
If you have an existing door, follow the instructions to identify which counterbalance removal is necessary. The process of removing
an existing door begins by identifying it’s counterbalance system. If you are not removing an existing door, proceed to Preparing The
Opening on page 10. Generally, you will find three (3) types of counterbalance systems: Torsion spring counterbalance systems, WayneDalton® exclusive TorqueMaster® and extension Spring counterbalance systems.
For more technical information regarding the opening preparation, installation and use of your garage door and opener, you can go to
www.dasma.com and click on Publications and then Technical Data Sheets Number 156, 161 and 164.
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P1
Tools Needed:
Recommended
tools from
page 5
Torsion Spring Removal
For Standard Lift
SET SCREWS
WARNING
Failure to use approved
winding bars can cause
spring energy to be released
suddenly, resulting in severe
or fatal injury.
Firmly hold winding
bar and cautiously
loosen set screws
WARNING
COUNTERBALANCE SPRING
TENSION MUST BE RELIEVED
BEFORE REMOVING ANY
HARDWARE. A POWERFUL
SPRING RELEASING IT’S ENERGY
SUDDENLY CAN CAUSE SEVERE OR
FATAL INJURY.
Winding cone
Do not release the torsion spring tension
unless you’re a qualified and experienced
door technician, but have a professional
door agency release the tension.
Step 1: Close the door and place vice
clamps to the back legs on both vertical
tracks, above the third roller to prevent
the door from lifting as you unwind the
springs. Use only approved winding bars
available from your dealer. Do not use
undersized steel rods, screw drivers or
anything else to unwind the springs.
Position the ladder just off to the side
of the winding cone. The winding cone
should be easy to reach without putting
your body directly in front of it.
Step 2: Insert a winding bar into one
of the holes in the winding cone. Exert
upward pressure. Using caution, loosen
the two (2) set screws in the winding
cone. Be prepared to support the full
torsional force of the spring when the set
screws are loosened.
WINDING CONE
TORSION ASSEMBLY
APPROVED WINDING BARs
Step 3: Once set screws are loose, slowly
and carefully lower the winding rod until it
rests against the door. Insert other winding
bar into the upper hole. Push up and
remove lower bar. Carefully lower upper
winding bar, one 1/4 turn at a time, until
it rests against the door. Repeat process
until all tension is relieved. If your door
is equipped with two (2) torsion springs,
follow the same procedure to relieve
tension on the second spring.
Step 4: Remove vice clamps from tracks,
unbolt entire torsion assembly and remove
from work area.
NOTE: Continue with “P4” on page 9 after
completing this step.
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Tools Needed:
Recommended
tools from
page 5
Loosen lock nut
counter
gear/ cover
A TorqueMaster® spring system can be
identified by the end brackets. For single
spring applications, the right hand end
bracket will always have a drive gear,
counter gear, counter cover, and a winding
bolt head. The left hand end bracket will
have no gears, counter cover, or winding
bolt head. The hole for the winding bolt
head will be plugged.
right hand
end bracket
For double springs, both the right hand
and left hand end brackets will always
have a drive gear, counter gear, counter
cover and a winding bolt head.
Fig. 1
IMPORTANT: Right and left hand is
always determined from inside the
building looking out.
right hand
winding bolt head
electric drill
with 7/16” hex
driver (do not
use impact
gun)
Fig. 2
right hand
cable drum
TorqueMaster®
Spring Tube
check cable
tension
Fig. 3
CAUTION: DO NOT USE IMPACT GUN TO
UNWIND SPRINGS.
counter
gear
IMPORTANT: DO NOT reference the
counter cover when counting the
number of turns being unwound
on the spring, but follow the
instructions above.
Step 3: Verify that spring tension has been
released by pulling the counterbalance
cable on the right hand cable drum away
from the header (Fig. 3). If spring tension
has been released, the cable will be loose.
In addition, the TorqueMaster® spring tube
should be free to rotate in either direction.
place mark on end bracket
and drive gear tooth
before unwinding springs
end bracket
Step 1: If you have a black counter cover:
Place a mark on the drive gear tooth and an
adjacent mark on the right hand end bracket
(Fig. 1). Loosen the lock nut 1/4 turn using a
7/16” wrench and continue with Step 2.
If you have a gray counter cover: Loosen
the lock nut 1/4 turn using a 7/16” wrench
and continue with Step 2.
Step 2: Using an electric drill (High
torque / gear reduced to 1300 rpm
preferred) with a 7/16” hex head driver,
unwind the right hand winding bolt head
counterclockwise (Fig. 2) and count the
number of turns the mark on the drive
gear passes the adjacent mark on the end
bracket. Referencing the chart below, by
door height, stop unwinding the spring
once the counted turns have reached the
listed number of turns.
6’-0” Door Height = 14 turns
6’-3” Door Height = 14 1/2 turns
6’-5” Door Height = 15 turns
6’-6” Door Height = 15 turns
6’-8” Door Height = 15 1/2 turns
6’-9” Door Height = 15 1/2 turns
7’-0” Door Height = 16 turns
7’-3” Door Height = 16 1/2 turns
7’-6” Door Height = 17 turns
7’-9” Door Height = 17 1/2 turns
8’-0” Door Height = 18 turns
PRE-INSTALLATION
P2
TorqueMaster® Spring Removal
counter
cover
pry counter gear
and counter cover
from end bracket
using flat Tip
screwdriver
Fig. 4
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TorqueMaster® Spring
Removal continued...
Tools Needed:
Recommended
tools from
page 5
If the counterbalance cable is still taut and
the TorqueMaster® spring tube is difficult
to rotate, that is an indication that spring
tension still exists on the left hand spring.
Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for releasing spring
tension on the left hand side.
Step 4: Using a flat tip screwdriver, pry
the counter gear and counter cover
from the right hand end bracket (Fig. 4
on previous page). Discard the counter
gear and counter cover. On double spring
applications, repeat for left hand side.
remove top
lag screw
Fig. 5
use locking pliers
to hold end bracket
Step 5: Remove the upper 5/16” x
1-5/8” lag screw from the right hand end
bracket (Fig. 5). Attach locking pliers to
the upper portion of the end bracket and
hold the housing steady while removing
the lower 5/16” x 1-5/8” lag screw and
#10 x 1/2” phillips head screw from the
end bracket (Fig. 6).
Step 6: Holding the right hand end
bracket steady with locking pliers,
carefully pry the end bracket and drive
gear off the winding shaft using a flat tip
screwdriver (Fig. 7).
CAUTION: THE WINDING SHAFT MAY
ROTATE WHEN REMOVING THE END
BRACKET AND DRIVE GEAR.
remove #10
phillips
head screw
remove
bottom lag
screw
Fig. 6
hold the
end bracket
steady with
locking pliers
Step 7: Repeat Step 4 for the left hand
side. Holding the left hand end bracket
steady with locking pliers, carefully pry
the end bracket off the winding shaft
using a flat tip screwdriver (Fig. 7).
Step 8: Remove the two (2) lag bolts
attaching the center bracket assembly to
the header board (Fig. 8).
Step 9: Lift the right hand side of the
TorqueMaster® spring tube and slide the
cable drum off. Realign the groove in the
winding shaft with the round notch in the
flagangle and drape the counterbalance
cable with drum over the flagangle. Lift
the left hand side of the TorqueMaster®
spring tube and slide the cable drum
and winding shaft off (Fig. 9). Drape the
counterbalance cable with drum over the
flagangle. Lift the TorqueMaster® spring
assembly off the flagangles and out of
the doorway. Unhook the counterbalance
cables from the bottom brackets and
remove all parts from the work area.
pry end bracket from winding
shaft using a flat tip screw
driver and locking pliers
Fig. 7
CENTER
BRACKET
ASSEMBLY
remove cable drum and
winding shaft
NOTE: The cable drums may be difficult to
remove. If so, twist the cable drum to aid
in removal.
NOTE: Continue with “P4” on page 9 after
completing this step.
(2) 5/16” x 1-5/8”
hex head lag
screws
Fig. 8
8
drape cable
across
top of
flagangle
lift
TorqueMaster®
Spring Tube
off flagangle
Fig. 9
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Tools Needed:
Recommended
tools from
page 5
Extension Spring Removal
Step 1: Raise the door to the fully open
position and place vice clamps to the back
legs of both vertical tracks, below the
bottom rollers to prevent the door from
falling. By opening the door you release
most of the spring tension. Carefully
unfasten the S-hook from the horizontal
angle. Remove cable, sheave and extension
spring. Repeat for the other side. If safety
cables are running through the extension
springs, remove them also. Remove parts
from work area.
Step 2: Holding door in the open position,
remove the vice clamps, be prepared
to support the entire weight of the door.
Garage doors can weigh 200-400 pounds.
With assistance, carefully lower the door, by
grasping the door firmly by it’s lift handles.
Do not place fingers or hands near joints,
between sections, or between bottom of
door and floor. Otherwise, severe injury
could result.
PRE-INSTALLATION
P3
remove lag screw
from safety cable (if
installed). repeat for
opposite side.
bottom section
(door open)
carefully remove “s”
hook and countrebalance
cable (repeat for the
opposite side)
horizontal angle
NOTE: Continue with “P4” on page 9 after
completing this step.
P4
Tools Needed:
Recommended
tools from
page 5
Removing the Old Door
Having removed the counterbalance
system, the door can now be
disassembled.
horizontal track
top bracket
Start by first removing the top row of
hinge(s).
With assistance, hold the top section to
keep it from falling and remove the top brackets. With assistance, lift the top
section out of the opening and remove
it from the work area. Repeat for all
remaining sections.
hinges
After door is disassembled, unbolt both
track assemblies from the jambs and
remove all material from the work area.
You can neatly dispose of the old door by
placing it in the carton of your new door.
Clean up area and complete “Preparing
the Opening” “P5” on page 10 before
installing the new door.
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P5
Tools Needed:
Recommended
tools from
page 5
10
Preparing the Opening
If you just removed your existing door or you are installing a
new door, complete all steps in PREPARING THE OPENING.
To ensure secure mounting of track brackets, side and center
brackets, or steel angles to new or retro-fit construction, it is
recommended to follow the procedures outlined in DASMA
Technical Data Sheets #156, #161 and #164 at www.dasma.
com.
The inside perimeter of your garage door opening should be
framed with wood jamb and header material. The jambs and
header must be securely fastened to sound framing members.
It is recommended that 2” x 6” lumber be used. The jambs
must be plumb and the header level. The jambs should extend
a minimum of 12” (305 mm) above the top of the opening
for TorqueMaster counterbalance systems. For low headroom
applications, the jambs should extend to the ceiling height.
Minimum side clearance required, from the opening to the
wall, is 3-1/2” (89 mm).
IMPORTANT: Closely inspect jambs, header and mounting
surface. Any wood found not to be sound, must be replaced.
For TorqueMaster counterbalance systems, a suitable
mounting surface (2” x 4”) must be firmly attached to the
wall, above the header at the center of the opening.
NOTE: Drill a 3/16” pilot hole in the mounting surface to avoid
splitting the lumber. Do not attach the mounting surface with
nails.
Weather Seal (May Not Be Included):
Cut or trim the weather seal (if necessary) to the header and
jambs.
For quick install track: Align the header seal with the inside
edge of the header and temporarily secure it to the header
with equally spaced nails. Next, fit the jamb seals up tight
against the header seal and flush with the inside edge of the
jamb. Temporarily secure the jamb seals with equally space
nails approximately 12” to 18” apart. This will keep the bottom
section from falling out of the opening during installation.
For fully adjustable track: Align the header seal 1/8” to 1/4”
inside the header and temporarily secure it to the header with
equally spaced nails. Next, fit the jamb seals up tight against
the header seal and 1/8” to 1/4” inside the jamb. Temporarily
secure the jamb seals with equally space nails approximately
12” to 18” apart. This will keep the bottom section from falling
out of the opening during installation.
NOTE: Do not permanently attach weather seal to the jamb
at this time.
HEADROOM REQUIREMENT: Headroom is defined as the
space needed above the top of the door for tracks, springs,
etc. to allow the door to open properly. If the door is to be
motor operated, 2-1/2” (64 mm) of additional headroom is
required.
NOTE: 6” LHR Conversion Kit is available for 12” Radius only.
Contact your local Wayne-Dalton dealer.
BACKROOM REQUIREMENT: Backroom is defined as the
distance needed from the opening back into the garage to
allow the door to open fully.
suitable mounting
surface 2” x 6”
lumber minimum
header board
2” x 6” lumber
preferred
level header
door
height
plumb jambs
door
width
Headroom
Header
Backroom
jamb
WEATHER SEAL
jamb
Jamb
Weather
seal
Quick Install Track
Headroom requirement
TRACK TYPE
TorqueMaster®
12” Radius track
11” (279 mm)
6” LHR Kit†
6” (152 mm)
Backroom requirement
DOOR HEIGHT
TRACK
7’0”
12” Radius
8’0”
12” Radius
MANUAL
MOTOR
LIFT
OPERATED
98”
125”
(2489 mm) (3175 mm)
110”
137”
(2794 mm) (3480 mm)
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Installation
IMPORTANT: Read instructions titled “p4” “Removing the old door” on page 9 and “p5” “PREPARING THE OPENING” on
page 10 before attempting door installation.
IMPORTANT: Stainless steel or PT2000 coated lag screws MUST be used when installing center bearing brackets,
end brackets, jamb brackets, operator mounting/support brackets and disconnect brackets on treated lumber
(preservative-treated). Stainless steel lag screws are NOT necessary when installing products on un-treated
lumber.
INSTALLATION
NOTE: It is recommended that 5/16” x 1-5/8” lag screws be pilot drilled using a 3/16” drill bit, and 1/4” x 2” lag screws and
1/4” x 1-1/2” lag screws be pilot drilled using a 1/8” drill bit, prior to fastening.
1
Tools Needed:
None
Attaching Quick Install Flag
Angle to Vertical Track
QUICK INSTALL TAB UNLOCKED
QUICK INSTALL TAB LOCKED
NOTE: If you have riveted track, skip this
step.
Place the lower quick install tab of the
flagangle in the quick install feature of
the vertical track. Give the flagangle 1/4
turn to lock in place. Repeat for other
side.
FLAGANGLE
FLAGANGLE
VERTICAL
TRACK
left hand track and flagangle
VERTICAL
TRACK
right hand track and flagangle
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Tools Needed:
Hammer
Horizontal Angle
Horizontal
Angle
Tabs
Hole
Key slot
Position the horizontal angle as shown.
Place tabs of horizontal angle in the key
slot of horizontal track. Using a hammer,
tap the horizontal angle towards the
curved end of the track until the holes in
track and angle are aligned. Set tracks
aside.
Horizontal TRACK
Hole
Horizontal
TRACK
NOTE: For larger doors, a full length
horizontal angle may be spot welded to
the horizontal track. If the horizontal angle
is not welded, the horizontal angle will be
installed as shown.
Horizontal
TRACK
Horizontal Angle
Horizontal
angle
Horizontal
TRACK
Hammer
Tabs
3
Tools Needed:
None
Installing Q.I. Jamb Brackets
NOTE: If you have riveted track, skip this
step.
Measure the length of the vertical tracks.
Using the jamb bracket schedule,
determine the placement of the jamb
brackets for your door height and track
type. To install the jamb brackets,
align the twistlock tab on the quick
install jamb bracket with the quick
install feature in the track and turn the
bracket perpendicular to the track so the
mounting flange is toward the back (flat)
leg of the track.
right side shown
left side shown
Twistlock tab
Top
hole
3rd SET HOLES
Middle
hole
2nd SET HOLES
Q.I. jamb bracket
JAMB BRACKET SCHEDULE
DOOR
HEIGHT
12
1ST SET
2ND SET
3RD SET
JAMB BKT
POSITION
JAMB BKT
POSITION
7’0”
76” TRACK (1930 mm)
QIJB - 3
BOTTOM
QIJB - 7
TOP
8’0”
88” TRACK (2235 mm)
QIJB - 3
MIDDLE
QIJB - 6
TOP
JAMB BKT
POSITION
Bottom
hole
Quick install feature
1st SET HOLES
NOT APPLICABLE
QIJB - 7
MIDDLE
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None
IMPORTANT: Right and left hand is
always determined from inside the
building looking out.
BOTTOM
SECTION
NOTE: For door section identification see
page 4.
TorqueMaster counterbalance drums
are marked right and left hand. Uncoil the
counterbalance cables and make sure you
place the right hand cable loop on the right
hand milford pin and place the left hand
cable loop on the left hand milford pin.
Insert a roller into bottom bracket of the
bottom section and insert another roller
at #1 end hinge at the top of the bottom
section. Repeat for other side.
NOTE: Verify astragal (bottom seal) is
aligned with door section. If there is more
than 1/2” excess astragal on either side,
trim astragal even with door section.
Tools Needed:
Level
BOTTOM
SECTION
Counterbalance
cable
®
5
#1 End Hinge
(hinge tube)
Rollers
Bottom bracket
MILFORD PIN
BOTTOM
SECTION
astragal
Bottom Section
Before installing the bottom section,
the weather seal (may not be included)
must be installed (see Preparing the
Opening on page 10)
Center the bottom section in the door
opening. Level section using wooden
shims (if necessary) under the bottom
section.
Weather seal
Door opening
Level
N
TIO
TTO
EC
MS
BO
Wooden shims
(if necessary)
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INSTALLATION
Tools Needed:
Drums
Left Hand TORQUEMASTER®
counterbalance DRUM
6
Tools Needed:
3/16” Drill Bit
Power Drill
7/16” Socket
Driver
Tape Measure
Level
vertical track
cable drum
Vertical Track
IMPORTANT: The tops of the
vertical tracks must be level
from side to side. If the bottom
section was shimmed to level it.
The vertical track on the shimmed
side, must be raised the height of
the shim.
Position the left hand vertical track
assembly over the rollers of the bottom
section. Make sure the counterbalance
cable is located between the rollers
and the door jamb. Drill 3/16” pilot
holes for the lag screws. Loosely fasten
jamb brackets and flagangle to the
jamb using 5/16” x 1-5/8” lag screws.
Tighten lag screw securing bottom
jamb bracket to jamb, to maintain
5/8” spacing. Hang cable drum over
flagangle. Repeat for the right hand
side.
BOTTOM SECTION
fLAGANGLE
5/16” x 1-5/8”
LAG SCREWS
CABLE
roller
VERTICAL
TRACK
ASSEMBLY
JAMB
BRACKET
5/8”
LAG
SCREW
locations
N
12r qi flagangle
quick install
jamb bracket
TIO
EC
MS
TTO
BO
lag
screw
7
Tools Needed:
Power Drill
7/16” Socket
Driver
Stacking Sections
NOTE: For door section identification see
page 4.
NOTE: Make sure hinge leafs are flipped
down, when stacking another section
on top.
N
TIO
EC
KS
C
LO
Place rollers in hinge tubes of the
second section (lock section). With
assistance, lift second section and guide
rollers into the vertical tracks. Keep
sections aligned and fasten hinges to
connect the sections using 1/4”-14 x
5/8” self tapping screws. Repeat for
other section(s) except top section.
IMPORTANT: Push & hold the hinge
leafs against section while
securing with 1/4”-14 x 5/8” self
tapping screws. End Hinges have
(2) screws and Intermediate hinges
have (3) screws.
NOTE: Install lock at this time (sold
separately) see instructions in OPTIONAL
SIDE LOCK INSTALLATION on page 31.
14
(3) 1/4”-14 X 5/8” SELF TAPPING
SCREWS
(2) 1/4”-14 X 5/8”
SELF TAPPING SCREWS
end hinges (left hand shown, right
hinge symmetrically opposite)
intermediate hinges
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Tools Needed:
Power Drill
7/16” Socket
Driver
TOP SECTION
1st Set
(4) 1/4” - 14 x 5/8”
SELF TAPPING
SCREWS
2nd set
To install the L-shaped top brackets,
align the top holes in the top bracket
base with the second set of holes in the
endcap.
Fasten using (4) 1/4” - 14 x 5/8” self
tapping screws. Secure the top bracket
slide to the bracket base loosely using
(2) 1/4” - 20 x 5/8” carriage bolts and
(2) 1/4” - 20 flanged hex nuts. The
bracket will be tightened and adjusted
in Step 14. Insert rollers into top bracket
slide. Repeat for other side.
TOP BRACKET BASE
(2) 1/4” - 20 x 5/8”
CARRIAGE BOLTS
TOP BRACKET SLIDE
(2) 1/4” - 20
FLANGED HEX
NUTS
TOP SECTION
INSTALLATION
8
Top Brackets
ROLLER
TOP SECTION
TOP BRACKET SLIDE
9
Tools Needed:
Power Drill
7/16” Socket
Driver
(2) Saw Horses
operator bracket
(installed in the step 11)
U-Bar
NOTE: If you have a model 5120 or 5140
series door with windows in the top
section, skip this step and complete Step
10.
NOTE: Model 5120 series door over 13’
wide require a 3” u-bar (supplied).
Place the 3” u-bar over the top rib of the
top section. Fasten each end of the u-bar
to the endcap with (2) 1/4”- 20 x 11/16”
self drilling screws.
6”
6”
(2) 1/4”-14 x 5/8”
SELF tapping
SCREWS
U-Bar
(2) 1/4”-20 x 11/16”
SELF DRILLING SCREWS
top door section
Fasten center of the u-bar as shown
to the rib using (2) 1/4”- 14 x 5/8” self
tapping screws one 6” to the left and one
6” to the right of the center of the door
section.
NOTE: After completing this step,
continue with Step 11.
attaching center of u-Bar
attaching ends of u-Bar
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Tools Needed:
Power Drill
7/16” Socket
Driver
operator bracket
(installed in the step 11)
U-Bar - Asymmetrical
NOTE: If a 3” u-bar was installed in Step
9, skip this step.
NOTE: Model 5120 or 5140 glazed top
doors 13’-0” wide or greater will be
supplied with a 3” asymmetrical u-bar
for the top section.
Place the 3” asymmetrical u-bar over the
top rib of the top section. Fasten each
end of the u-bar to the endcap with (2)
1/4”- 20 x 11/16” self drilling screws.
6”
6”
30” to 36”
U-Bar (2) 1/4”-14 x 5/8”
SELF tapping
(2) 1/4”- 14 x 5/8” Self
SCREWS
Tapping screws
(2) 1/4”-20 x 11/16”
SELF DRILLING
SCREWS
top door
section
Fasten center of the u-bar as shown
to the rib using (2) 1/4”-14 x 5/8” self
tapping screws 6” off the center of the
door section.
Fasten the u-bar as shown using (2)
1/4”-14 x 5/8” self tapping screws every
30 - 36 inches. (Approximately 18 self
tapping screws per 18’ u-bar)
attaching center of u-Bar
11
Tools Needed:
Power Drill
7/16” Socket
Driver
Vice Clamps
Phillips Head
Screwdriver
Operator Bracket
Align center of both tabs with
center line of top section
attaching intermediates of u-Bar
Male part of
top section
Operator
Bracket
NOTE: Operator bracket must be mounted
and secured prior to installing top section.
IMPORTANT: WHEN CONNECTING A
TROLLEY TYPE GARAGE DOOR OPENER
TO THIS DOOR, A WAYNE-DALTON
OPENER/TROLLEY BRACKET MUST
BE SECURELY ATTACHED TO THE TOP
Top
SECTION OF THE DOOR, ALONG WITH ANY
section
U-BARS PROVIDED WITH THE DOOR. THE With or
INSTALLATION OF THE OPENER MUST
without
FIG. 1.1
U-bar
BE ACCORDING TO MANUFACTURER’S
INSTRUCTIONS AND FORCE SETTINGS
Opposite side of
MUST BE ADJUSTED PROPERLY.
Operator
Bracket
U-bar
Top
section
FIG. 1.2
Operator Bracket
Operator bracket
Prior to installing top section, locate the
center of the top section and seat the
operator bracket on male part of the top
section. For retro fit applications, the
operator bracket must be aligned with an
existing operator and positioned on the
top section, as shown in FIG. 1.1 and 1.2.
U-b
ar
(2) #12 x 1/2”
Phillips head
screws
Vice clamp
NOTE: not required
for j-struts.
FIG. 1.4
FIG. 1.3
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Operator
bracket
Operator Bracket Continued...
Install (2) #12 x 1/2” phillips head
screws on the opposite side of operator
bracket, as shown in FIG. 1.3. Clamp
operator bracket to u-bar (if furnished),
as shown in FIG. 1.4. First attach (3)
1/4” - 14 x 5/8” self-tapping screws to
the operator bracket, as shown in FIG.
1.5. Then attach (2) 1/4” - 14 x 5/8”
self-tapping screws to the operator
bracket, as shown in FIG. 1.6. Remove
vice clamps.
Operator
bracket
U-b
ar
Tools Needed:
Hammer
Top Section
Place the top section in the opening
and vertically align with lower sections.
Temporarily secure the top section by
driving a nail in the header near the
center of the door and bending it over the
top section. Now flip up hinge leafs, hold
them tight against section and fasten
center hinges first and end hinges last.
(Refer to Step 7). When installing a door
with a TorqueMaster® counterbalance
system, vertical track alignment is
critical. Position flagangle between 111/16” (43 mm) to 1-3/4” (44 mm) from
the edge of the door. Flagangles must
be parallel to the door sections. Now
complete the vertical track installation
by securing the center jamb bracket and
tightening the other lag screws. Repeat
for other side.
IMPORTANT: The dimension between
the flagangles must be doorwidth plus 3-3/8” (86 mm) to 3-1/2”
(89 mm) for smooth, safe door
operation.
(2) 1/4” - 20 x 11/16”
self-DRILLING screws
(3) 1/4” - 14 x 5/8”
self-tapping
screws
FIG. 1.5
NOTE: If you have a 5120 door, use (2)
of the 1/4” - 20 x 11/16” self-drilling
screws to attach the u-bar instead of
(2) 1/4” - 14 x 5/8” self-tapping screws
when attaching operator bracket to ubar, as shown in FIG. 1.6.
NOTE: When attaching operator
bracket to top section with u-bar, apply
additional pressure to thread into the
u-bar.
NOTE: See FIG. 1.7 for installing operator
bracket on top section without u-bars.
12
ar
U-b
FIG. 1.6
(5) 1/4” - 14 x 5/8”
Self-tapping
screws
Operator
bracket
FIG. 1.7
NAIL
door width
+3-3/8” to 3-1/2”
1-11/16”
TO 1-3/4”
FLAGANGLE
top
SECTION
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INSTALLATION
Tools Needed:
(2) 1/4” - 14 x 5/8”
self-tapping
screws
9/16” Socket
Ratchet Wrench
9/16” Wrench
Level
To install horizontal track, place the
curved end over the top roller. Align key
slot of the horizontal track with the quick
install tab of the flagangle. Push curved
portion of horizontal track down to
lock in place. Level the horizontal track
assembly and bolt the horizontal angle
to the slot in the flagangle using (1)
3/8” - 16 x 3/4” truss head bolt and (1)
3/8” - 16 hex nut. Repeat for other side.
Remove the nail that was temporarily
holding the top section in place, installed
in Step 12.
IMPORTANT: Failure to remove nail
before attempting to raise door
could cause permanent damage to
top section.
key
slot
horizontal
track
QUICK
INSTALL
TAB
key slot
vertical
track
vertical
track
3/8” - 16 X 3/4”
TRUSS HEAD BOLT
3/8” - 16 Hex nut
horizontal ANGLE
DO NOT RAISE DOOR UNTIL HORIZONTAL
TRACKS ARE SE­CURED AT REAR, AS
OUTLINED IN Step 32, OR DOOR COULD
FALL FROM OVERHEAD POSI­TION
CAUSING SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY.
NOTE: If an idrive® opener will be
installed, position horizontal tracks slightly
above level.
Tools Needed:
7/16” Wrench
HORIZONTAL TRACK
HORIZONTAL
track
Adjusting Top Brackets
With horizontal tracks installed, you can
now adjust the top brackets.
QUICK
INSTALL
TAB
horizontal
track
WARNING
14
flagangle
Tools Needed:
flagangle
13
Attaching Horizontal Track
to Quick Install Flagangle
top
section
Vertically align the top section of the
door with the lower sections. Once
aligned, position the top bracket slide,
out against the horizontal track.
Maintaining the slide’s position, tighten
the (2) 1/4” - 20 flange hex nuts to
secure the top roller slide to the top
bracket base.
top
SECTION
Correct
TOP
BRACKET
SLIDE
top
section
(2) 1/4” - 20
FLANGE HEX
NUTS
inCorrect
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Tools Needed:
None
TorqueMaster® Spring Tube
TorqueMaster® springs come lubricated
and pre-assembled inside the
TorqueMaster® spring tube. To install, lay
the TorqueMaster® spring tube on the
floor (inside garage) in front of the door
with the labeled end to the left.
INSTALLATION
TorqueMaster®
Spring Tube
LABELED END
16
Tools Needed:
None
Center Bracket Bushing
CENTER
BRACKET
ASSEMBLY
NOTE: If you are installing the idrive®
opener on your garage door, skip this
step and continue with Step 17.
NOTE: If you are not installing an idrive®
opener on your garage door, you must
install the center bracket bushing
assembly. Follow these instructions for
non-idrive® operated garage doors.
NOTE: If you are installing a
DoorMaster™ opener, see optional
DoorMaster™ Bracket installations on
page 31, Figure A.
Being cam shaped the center bracket
bushing only fits one way.
Slide the center bracket assembly
towards the center of the TorqueMaster®
spring tube, from the right side as
shown.
NOTE: Upon completion of this step,
continue with Step 18.
TorqueMaster®
Spring Tube
TorqueMaster®
Spring Tube
CENTER
BRACKET
BUSHING
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Tools Needed:
None
idrive® Installation
NOTE: See idrive® main installation and
owners manual for idrive® parts.
IMPORTANT: Right and left hand
is always determined from inside
the garage looking out.
Lay the TorqueMaster® spring tube on
the floor (inside garage) in front of the
door with the labeled end to the left.
Look into the opener’s left side to
ensure the left hand bearing and the
internal (black) sleeve are aligned with
the TorqueMaster® spring tube profile.
Left Hand Side
TorqueMaster® Spring Tube
and Bearing profiles aligned
Motor
Right Hand End
of TorqueMaster®
Spring Tube
IMPORTANT: Hold Opener by the
main body. Do NOT hold by the
Motor.
NOTE: Opener will not slide over the
TorqueMaster® spring tube label.
Attempting to slide opener over the left
end of the TorqueMaster® spring tube
can damage the internal electronics.
Once aligned, slide the opener onto the
right hand end of the TorqueMaster®
spring tube. As the right end of the
TorqueMaster® spring tube enters the
internal (black) sleeve, rotate the
opener back and forth slightly to help
aid alignment.
Continue sliding the opener onto the
TorqueMaster® spring tube. Align the
right hand bearing with the
TorqueMaster® spring tube and slide
the opener completely onto the
TorqueMaster® spring tube until the
TorqueMaster® spring tube exits the
opener right hand bearing.
NOTE: Do not force the opener onto the
TorqueMaster® spring tube if
misalignment occurs.
Continue sliding the opener to the
center of the TorqueMaster® spring
tube.
Plug the motor power cord into the
opener.
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Right Hand Side
TorqueMaster®
Spring Tube and
Bearing profiles
aligned
Plug-in Motor
Power Cord
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Tools Needed:
None
Shake the TorqueMaster® spring tube
gently to extend the winding shafts out
about 5" on each side. For single
spring applications, there will be no left
hand spring in the TorqueMaster®
spring tube.
Winding
Shaft
Splines
right hand
cable drum
FlagAngle
Lift the TorqueMaster® spring tube and
rest it on the top of the flagangles.
Orient TorqueMaster® spring tube so
that back of opener is flat against
header/mounting surface.
Cable
Drum
NOTE: Cable drums are marked right
and left hand. Cable drums and
TorqueMaster® spring tube are cam
shaped to fit together only one way.
T o install the cable drum, slide the
correct cable drum over the winding
shaft until the cable drum seats against
the TorqueMaster® spring tube. The
winding shaft must extend past the
cable drum far enough to expose the
splines and the groove. Align the
winding shaft groove with the round
notch in the flagangle.
Counterbalance
Cable
Groove
Winding
Shaft
Groove
TorqueMaster®
Spring Tube
Round
Notch
FlagAngle
For Double Spring Applications:
Repeat for opposite side.
For Single Spring Applications: Insert
the loose winding shaft into the left
hand cable drum prior to sliding the
cable drum over the TorqueMaster®
spring tube.
NOTE: On single spring applications,
take care in handling the loose winding
shaft (left side) so that it does not slide
back into the TorqueMaster® spring
tube.
Round
Notch
TorqueMaster
Spring Tube
®
Winding
Shaft
Cable
Drum
Left Hand Side
Single Spring Application
Groove
Round
Notch
left hand
cable drum
TorqueMaster®
Spring Tube
Loose
Winding
Shaft
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INSTALLATION
18
Cable Drum Installation
TorqueMaster®
Spring Tube
19
Tools Needed:
None
Drive Gear Installation
Cable
Drum
Beginning with the right hand side,
lubricate entire circumference of the 36
tooth worm gear with the lubricating oil
provided. Slide the 36 tooth worm gear
onto the winding shaft splines until it
touches the flagangle.
NOTE: On single spring applications, no
36 tooth worm gear is required on the
left side.
Winding
Shaft
Splines lubricating
oil
36 tooth
worm gear
Flagangle
NOTE: If additional lubricating oil is
needed, use “Dura Lube® Engine Oil
Treatment”.
Cable
Drum
36 tooth
worm gear
Winding
Shaft
20
Tools Needed:
None
End Brackets
End Bracket
IMPORTANT: Warning Tags must be
securely attached to both End
Brackets.
Warning
Tag
Slide the right hand end bracket over
the drive gear and fasten to the
flagangle using a #10 self-tapping
screw. Drill 3/16” pilot holes into jamb
for the lag screws. Secure end bracket
and the flagangle to the jamb using (2)
5/16” x 1-5/8" lag screws.
Repeat for left hand side.
(2) 5/16” x 1-5/8”
Lag Screws
#10 Phillips
Head
Screw
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Tools Needed:
None
Winding
Shaft Inside
End Bracket
Counter Installation
Counter
Gear
Install the right side counter gear, with
the missing tooth toward the outside
and away from the end bracket. Press
the counter gear onto the end bracket
until snaps engage.
Select the right hand counter cover and
align the hex of the counter cam with
the end of the winding shaft. Also, align
the “0” on the counter cover with the
raised rib on the end bracket. Press the
counter cover against the counter gear
until it locks into place.
Missing
Tooth
Raised Rib
“0”
Counter
Cover
Hex of the
Counter Cam
Repeat for left hand side for double
spring applications.
INSTALLATION
NOTE: No 36 tooth worm gear, counter
gear or counter cover is required on left
hand side for single spring applications.
Only an end bracket is needed.
IMPORTANT: At this time do not
wind Counterbalance Springs!
22
Tools Needed:
Power Drill
1/8” Drill Bit
7/16” Socket
Driver
Securing Center Bracket
Assembly
NOTE: If you are installing an idrive®
opener on your garage door, skip this step
and continue with Step 23.
CENTER
BRACKET
bushing
ASSEMBLY
NOTE: If you are not installing an idrive®
opener on your garage door, you must
install the center bracket bushing
assembly. Follow these instructions for
non-idrive® operated garage doors.
NOTE: If you are installing a DoorMaster™
opener, see optional DoorMaster™ Bracket
installations on page 32, Figure B.
To locate the center bracket, mark the
header halfway between the flagangles
and level the TorqueMaster® spring tube.
Drill 1/8” pilot holes into header for the
lag screws. Fasten the metal bracket to
the header using (2) 5/16” x 1-5/8” lag
screws.
NOTE: Upon completion of this step, continue with Step 27.
(2) 5/16” x 1-5/8”
hex head lag
screws
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Positioning Support Bracket
Tools Needed:
NOTE: See idrive® main installation and
owners manual for idrive® parts.
Power Drill
1/8” Drill Bit
7/16” Socket
Driver
TorqueMaster®
spring tube
45 angle
Antenna
wire
Mounting
surface
NOTE: idrive® must be installed on a
solid mounting surface.
Locate the mounting surface. Remove
(2) 1/4”-20 flange nuts from bottom of
opener.
NOTE: Do not discard flange nuts.
P lace the support bracket underneath
opener, to the right side of motor,
centered on mounting surface. Using a
tape measure, level the bottom of the
TorqueMaster® spring tube to the top of
the door section with the idrive® resting
on the support bracket. Once
TorqueMaster® spring tube is level, drill
1/8” pilot holes for the lag screws. Then
secure support bracket to the mounting
surface with (2) 1/4” x 1-1/2" lag
screws.
1/4” X 1-1/2”
LAG SCREWs
(Header)
1/4” - 20
FLANGE NUTS
TOP OF DOOR
Mounting
studs
IMPORTANT: TorqueMaster® spring
tube must be level after support
bracket is fastened to mounting
surface.
NOTE: If wood mounting surface is
behind dry wall, use 1/4” x 2” lag
screws.
Lift and slide the opener over the
support bracket, aligning the mounting
studs with the bracket slots. Loosely
fasten to mounting studs with the (2)
1/4”-20 flange nuts.
SUPPORT
BRACKET
Mounting
studs
support
bracket
TorqueMaster®
spring tube
NOTE: Do not tighten 1/4”-20 flange
nuts to opener studs at this time. You
will be instructed when to tighten them
in the idrive® main installation and
owners manual.
emove the temporary orange label
R
holding the antenna wire. Straighten
antenna wire and angle it 45 degrees to
the right.
NOTE: Do not coil the antenna wire.
This will reduce the radio signal range.
Bracket
slots
(2) 1/4” - 20
flange nuts
“x”
“x”
“x”
top section
Using a tape measure, maintain an equal measurement “x”
(top of door to bottom of Torquemaster® tube) at both
ends and the center.
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Tools Needed:
Pliers
Attaching Disconnect Cables
S-Hook
NOTE: See idrive® main installation and
owners manual for idrive® parts.
Disconnect
Cable
Hole in Right
End Bracket
Attach the loose disconnect cable
(located in opener hardware bag) to the
opener with the “S” hook. Close both
ends of the “S” hook (with pliers) to lock
assembly together.
Thread the disconnect cable (behind the
counterbalance cable) through the hole
in the right hand end bracket; remove
all slack between opener and right end
bracket.
Right Side of
End Bracket
Close “S” Hook
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Tools Needed:
Pencil
Tape measure
1/8” Drill Bit
7/16” Socket
Driver
Power Drill
INSTALLATION
Hole in
End Bracket
Mounting Disconnect
Handle Bracket
NOTE: See idrive® main installation and
owners manual for idrive® parts.
ark a location on the right jamb, 6
M
feet above the floor to mount the
disconnect handle bracket.
Drill 1/8” pilot holes for the lag screws.
Align top of the bracket with the mark.
Fasten bracket to the jamb with
(2) 1/4” x 1-1/2" lag screws.
6ft
(2) 1/4” x 1-1/2”
Lag Screws
Disconnect
Handle Bracket
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Tools Needed:
Phillips head
screwdriver
Wire cutters
Attaching Disconnect Handle
NOTE: See idrive® main installation and
owners manual for idrive® parts.
Note: Bring motor to the down position
by pulling the disconnect cable, insure
opener disconnect teeth are engaged
before installing disconnect handle.
Start the #6-20 x 1/2" screw into the
disconnect handle. Thread the disconnect
cable through the top of the disconnect
handle bracket and then the disconnect
handle.
Upper Position
#6-20 x 1/2”
Screw
Handle
Locate the disconnect handle in full
upper position of disconnect handle
bracket.
emove all disconnect cable slack
R
between the opener and the top of the
disconnect handle bracket. Tighten
#6-20 x 1/2" screw into the disconnect
handle until snug, and then tighten screw
an additional 1 to 1-1/2 turns to secure
disconnect cable to the disconnect
handle. Trim off excess cable from
bottom of the disconnect handle.
Disconnect
Cable
Emergency Disconnect
Label
Disconnect
Handle
Bracket
Manual operated position
Motor operated position
CAUTION: Pull Cable only taut
enough to remove the Cable slack.
Pulling the Cable more could
cause Opener to disconnect from
the TorqueMaster® Spring tube.
Apply emergency disconnect label next
to the mounted bracket. Use mechanical
fasteners if adhesive will not adhere.
Using the emergency disconnect, pull
disconnect handle downwards and
place it in the manual door operated
position (Use disconnect label for
reference). Motor will be rotated 90°
from its packaged position.
If motor does not pivot 90°, see
troubleshooting section in the main
installation and owners manual of your
idrive® opener
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Tools Needed:
Vice Clamp
WARNING
Failure to place vice clamps
onto vertical Track can
allow door to raise and
cause severe or fatal
injury.
place vice
clamps above
3rd Roller
P lace vice clamps onto both vertical
tracks just above the third roller. This is
to prevent the garage door from raising
while winding counterbalance springs.
IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE IMPACT GUN
TO WIND SPRING(S).
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Tools Needed:
Locking Pliers
Flat Tip
Screwdriver
vice clamps
attached to
inner rail
of track
Track
Cable Adjustments
Rotate the cable drum until the set
screw faces directly away from the
header. TorqueMaster® spring tube cam
peak should be pointing straight up.
Counterbalance
Cable
Cable
Drum
Cam Peak
Straight Up
Beginning with the right side, loosen
the set screw approximately 2 turns, to
adjust cable. Using locking pliers, pull
on the end of the cable to remove all
cable slack.
heck to ensure the cable is aligned
C
and seated in the first groove of the
cable drum. Snug the set screw, then
tighten an additional 1-1/2 turns. Cut
excess cable.
Set Screw
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INSTALLATION
27
Securing Door
for Spring Winding
29
Tools Needed:
Power Drill
7/16" Socket
Driver
Winding Bolt Rotation
See chart in Step 30 for proper spring
tension setting.
Beginning with the right hand side,
ensure the cable is in the first groove of
the cable drum. Apply light pressure to
the canoe clip on counter cover while
winding springs.
Using a power drill (high torque/gear
reduced to 1300 RPM preferred) with a
7/16" socket, carefully rotate right hand
winding bolt clockwise, until counter
shows 2-3 turns.
WARNING
Prior to winding or making adjustments to the
springs, ensure you’re winding in the proper
direction as stated in the Installation Instructions. Otherwise, the spring fittings may release
from spring if not wound in the proper direction
and could result in severe or fatal injury.
Winding
Bolt
This will keep the counterbalance cable
taut while adjusting the left hand side
counterbalance cable. Adjust left hand
counterbalance cable tension. (refer to
Step 28)
NOTE: Single spring applications require
no spring winding on left hand side, but
need cable tension adjusted.
Canoe Clip
NOTE: Ensure counterbalance cable
tension is equal for both sides prior to
fully winding spring(s) to appropriate
number of turns. If cable tension is
unequal refer to Step 28.
30
Tools Needed:
Power Drill
7/16” Socket
Driver
7/16" Wrench
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Setting Spring Tension
NOTE: Apply light pressure to the canoe clip on the
counter cover while winding spring(s).
See the Spring Turn chart.
For SINGLE SPRING applications, return to the right hand
side and carefully rotate the winding bolt head clockwise
until the counter shows the correct number of turns for
your door.
For DOUBLE SPRING applications, remain on the left
hand side and carefully rotate the winding bolt head
clockwise until the counter shows the correct number of
turns for your door. Then return to the right hand side and
wind the right hand spring to the required number of
turns.
IMPORTANT: Do Not Overwind.
After spring is wound, hold the lock nut (in back of end
bracket) stationary on the right hand side with a 7/16”
wrench while rotating the winding bolt clockwise until
snug. Tightening of the lock nut prevents spring from
unwinding. Repeat for opposite side for double spring
TorqueMaster® systems.
IMPORTANT: Cautiously remove vice clamps from
vertical tracks. Adjustments to the
recommended number of turns may be required.
AFTER REAR SUPPORT ASSEMBLY IS COMPLETE (STEP
32), CHECK DOOR BALANCE. If door raises off floor
under spring tension alone, Reduce spring
tension until door rests on the floor. If the
door is hard to raise or drifts down on its own,
add spring tension. An unbalanced door such as
this can cause idrive® operation problems.
15
.5
Spring Tension
Sample Setting
Lock Nut
7/16”
Wrench
NOTE: For 7’ high doors, 8’, 9’, 10’, 16’ or 18’ wide with
windows, the recommended number of spring turns is 15.
RECOMMENDED SPRING TURNS
Door Height
idrive® Operated
Doors 11’-11”
Wide or Less
Manually Operated Door,
and idrive® Operated
Doors 12’ Wide or Greater
7’-0”
15-1/2
16
8’-0”
17-1/2
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Tools Needed:
None
Drum
Wrap
Drum Wrap Installation
Drum wraps are identified as right and
left hand.
Outside
Flange
To install, place the drum wrap over the
cable drum and under the idrive®
disconnect cable (right hand side). Align
the outside flange over the outside edge
of the cable drum and push the drum
wrap down onto the cable drum. Repeat
for left hand side.
Cable
Drum
NOTE: Drum wraps must be installed to
prevent cable from becoming tangled.
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT: Right and Left hand
are always determined from inside
the building looking out.
Cable
Drum
Drum
Wrap
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Tools Needed:
Ratchet Wrench
1/2” Socket
1/2” Wrench
(2) Vice Clamps
Tape Measure
Level
Hammer
Rear Support
WARNING
DOOR IN THE
UP POSITION
Keep horizontal track parallel
and within 3/4” maximum of door
edge, otherwise door could fall,
resulting in severe injury or death.
Raise the door until the top section and
half of the next section are in a horizontal
position. Do not raise door any further
since the horizontal tracks are not yet
supported at the rear.
WARNING
Raising door further can result
in door falling and cause severe
injury or death.
Clamp a pair of vice clamps on the vertical
tracks just above the second roller on one
side, just below the second roller on the
other side. This will prevent the door from
raising or lowering while installing the rear
support.
Fabricate rear support for horizontal tracks,
using perforated angle, 5/16” x 1-5/8” hex
head lag screws and 5/16” bolts with nuts
(may not be supplied). Attach horizontal
tracks to the rear supports with 5/16”-18
x 1-1/4” hex bolts and nuts (may not be
3/4”
vice
clamps
DOOR edge
vertical
TRACK
Horizontal
TRACK
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Rear Support Continued...
Tools Needed:
supplied). Horizontal tracks must be level
and parallel with door.
NOTE: If perforated angle is installed
over drywall, use 5/16” x 2” hex head lag
screws.
Adjust weather seal (if necessary) and
now permanently attach the weather
seal or door stop to both door jambs and
header. (They were temporarily attached
to the jambs in PREPARING The OPENING
on page 10.) Avoid pushing weather seal
or door stop too tightly against face of
door.
NOTE: If an idrive® opener will be
installed, position horizontal tracks one
hole above level when securing it to rear
supports.
Now, lift door and check it’s balance.
Angle bolted to ceiling
member and parallel to
door
PERFORATED
ANGLE
(3) 5/16”
NUTS
(3) 5/16”
BOLTS
Angle
Bolt must extend into
the track to serve as
a roller stop
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Vertical
Angle
Sound Framing Members
Perforated
ANGLE
WARNING
Prior to winding or making
adjustments to the springs,
ensure you’re winding in the
proper direction as stated in
the Installation Instructions.
Otherwise, the spring fittings may
release from spring if not wound
in the proper direction and could
result in severe or fatal injury.
Adjust, if door lifts by itself (hard to pull
down) or if door is difficult to lift (easy to
pull down). Anytime spring adjustments
are made you must loosen the lock nuts
and retighten both lock nuts afterwards.
To adjust spring(s), only add or remove 1/4
turn on the counter at a time. Adjust both
sides equally.
IMPORTANT: Do not add or remove
more than 1 spring turn from
specified amount. If the door still
does not operate easily, lower
the door into the closed position,
UNWIND SPRING(S) TO ZERO, and
recheck the following items:
1.) Check the door for level.
2.) Check the TorqueMaster® spring tube
and flagangles for level and plumb.
3.) Check the distance between the
flagangles - must be door width
plus 3-3/8” to 3-1/2”.
4.) Check the counterbalance cables
for equal tension - adjust if
necessary.
5.) Rewind the spring(s).
6.) Make sure door isn’t rubbing on
jambs.
NOTE: As a safety feature, the right hand
end bracket cannot be disassembled
for service until the spring is completely
unwound and the counter cover reads
zero.
After door installation is completed, refer
to the idrive® owner’s manual.
Horizontal
track
Perforated ANGLE - BOLTED
USING (2) 5/16” X 1-5/8” HEX HEAD
LAG SCREWS TO CEILING MEMBER
AND PARALLEL TO WIDTH OF DOOR.
Space lag screws no further
than 24” apart.
BOLT MUST EXTEND INTO THE TRACK
TO SERVE AS A ROLLER STOP
HORIZONTAL
TRACK
Sound Framing Members
PERFORATED ANGLE
Perforated ANGLE -BOLTED USING
(2) 5/16” X 1-5/8” HEX HEAD LAG
SCREWS TO CEILING Members
AND PARALLEL TO WIDTH OF DOOR.
Attach vertical perforated angle
between the (2) 5/16” X 1-5/8”
HEX HEAD LAG SCREWS, securing
perforated angle to ceiling
members.
HORIZONTAL
TRACK
BOLT MUST EXTEND INTO THE TRACK
TO SERVE AS A ROLLER STOP
PERFORATED ANGLE
Weather
seal
Jamb
(3) 5/16” BOLTS
& NUTS
Permanently attached
Weather seal
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Tools Needed:
Power Drill
7/16” Socket
Driver
1/8”
Side Lock (Sold Separately)
Install the side lock on the second
section of the door. Secure the lock to
the section with (4) 1/4”- 20 x 11/16”
self drilling screws. Square the lock
assembly with the door section and
align with the square hole in the vertical
track. The side lock should be spaced
in approximately 1/8” from the section
edge.
IMPORTANT: side locks must be
removed or made inoperative in
the unlocked position if an
operator is installed on the door.
INSTALLATION
NOTE: After completing this step,
continue with Step 8 on page 15.
(4) 1/4”- 20 x 11/16”
self drilling screws
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Tools Needed:
None
DoorMasterTM Bracket/Gear
(Supplied With Doormaster™)
a
DoorMasterTM bracket/
DRIVE GEAR ASSEMBLY
A
NOTE: When installing a DoorMasterTM
operator use the center bracket and
drive gear supplied with your operator
(located in DoorMasterTM package).
Slide the DoorMasterTM bracket/drive
gear assembly onto the TorqueMaster®
spring tube, so that the drive gear/center
bracket assembly are in the center of
the TorqueMaster® spring tube.
NOTE: After completing this step,
continue with Step 18 on page 22.
Tools Needed:
B
Power Drill
To locate the center bracket, mark the
header halfway between the flagangles
and level the TorqueMaster® spring tube.
Drill 1/8” pilot holes into header for the
lag screws. Fasten the metal bracket to
the header using (2) 1/4” x 1-1/2” lag
screws.
1/8” Drill Bit
7/16” Socket
Driver
NOTE: After completing this step,
continue with Step 27 on page 28.
Torquemaster® tube
b
CENTER
BRACKET
bushing
ASSEMBLY
(2) 1/4” x 1-1/2”
hex head lag
screws
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Tools Needed:
7/16” Drill Bit
Power Drill
7/16" Wrench
STEP PLATE OUTSIDE
Step Plate (Sold Seperately)
Make one mark 1” (25 mm) up from
the center of bottom edge of the bottom
section and another mark 2-3/16” (56 mm)
up from the first mark.
”
/16 )
3
2 mm
(56
Drill a 7/16” (11 mm) hole through the
section at each mark and insert the outside
step plate.
Loosely fasten step plate slide to base with
(1) 1/4” - 20 x 5/8” carriage bolt and nut.
Align inside step plate holes and fasten
from inside using the #8 screws provided.
Install one #8 x 3/4” screw in the bottom
step plate hole. The screw in the top hole
varies with door models.
)
mm
5
” (2
1
1/4” - 20 x 5/8”
carriage bolt
step plate
base
STEP PLATE INSIDE
Assembled
Step Plate
(2) #8 screws
Use the screw size shown below for your
model door.
a)#8 x 3/4” screw for Model 5120
b)#8 x 1” screw for Model 5140
Tighten 1/4” - 20 carriage bolt and nut.
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Tools Needed:
Power Drill
1/8” Drill Bit
Pull Rope
step plate
slide
hex nut
NO. 6 SCEW EYE
WARNING
DO NOT INSTALL PULL ROPES
ON DOORS WITH ELECTRIC
OPERATORS. CHILDREN MAY
BECOME ENTANGLED IN THE
ROPE CAUSING SEVERE OR FATAL
INJURY.
PULL ROPE
Measure and mark the jamb
approximately 48” to 50” (1220 to 1270
mm) from floor on the right or left side of
door. Drill 1/8” pilot hole for No. 6 screw
eye. Tie the pull rope to the No. 6 screw
eye and to the bottom bracket as shown.
BOTTOM BRACKET
PULL ROPE
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Measure the curved ends of the horizontal track to determine
if you have a 12” or 15” radius horizontal track, as shown
in FIG. 2.1. Determine center line of door. Mark vertical line
at this point, on the header wall. Raise the door slightly until
the top section reaches the highest point of travel (high arc).
Using a level, mark this high arc point of travel on the header
wall, intersecting the vertical center line, as shown in FIG.
2.2 through 2.3. Hold the wall bracket’s bottom edge to the
appropriate 1/2” - 1” (room permitting) above of the high
arc line and centered on the vertical line, as shown in FIG.
2.3. Spot the wall brackets mounting holes on the header
wall and then refer to your garage door operator manual for
pre-drilling and securing the wall bracket to header. Using the
operator hook-up charts, refer to referenced illustrations
in FIG. 2.4 through FIG. 2.5 for correct arm hook-up from
trolley to operator bracket.
NOTE: Refer to your operator manual for specific details on
how to assembly the curved and straight arm, as shown in
FIG. 2.4 through FIG. 2.5.
Determine the Wayne-Dalton
track radius being used:
Level
HIGH ARC
Horizontal
track
12” or 15”
TOP
SECTION
FIG. 2.2
FIG. 2.1
Typical 1/2” - 1” above high arc
Torquemaster®
HIGH ARC
Counterbalance
line
Straight
arm
Curved
arm
Vertical
center line
From
step 11
Header
FIG. 2.3
NOTE: Depending on your setup, you may or may not have to
cut straight arm to accomplish trolley settings, as shown in
FIG. 2.4 through FIG. 2.5.
Align hole in the appropriate arm with holes in operator
bracket tabs, as shown in FIG. 2.6. Insert 5/16” x 1-1/4”
clevis pin, making sure hole in clevis pin is outside of second
tab of operator bracket. Insert hairpin cotter into clevis pin
hole and spread hairpin cotter to ensure it will secure assembly, as shown in FIG. 2.6 and FIG. 2.7.
Cut Straight
arm to
accomplish
trolley
setting
FIG. 2.4
Straight
arm
CURVED
arm
Cut Straight
arm to
accomplish
trolley
setting
FIG. 2.5
Operator Bracket
Type of arm Being used
Ref. Illustrations
above
Quantum/classic
Curved / Straight
Fig. 2.5
Linear
Straight / Curved
Fig. 2.4
Liftmaster
(sears)
Curved / Straight
Fig. 2.5
Genie
Curved / Straight
Fig. 2.5
Door
Arm
Operator
Bracket tabs
Operator hook-up chart Standard lift For 12” radius
Operator models
Hairpin Cotter
5/16” x 1-1/4”
Clevis pin
FIG. 2.6
Top view
Hairpin Cotter
(Outside of operator
bracket tab)
Operator hook-up chart Standard lift For 15” radius
Operator models
Type of arm Being used
Ref. Illustrations
above
Quantum/classic
Curved / Straight
Fig. 2.5
Linear
Straight / Curved
Fig. 2.4
Liftmaster
(sears)
Curved / Straight
Fig. 2.5
Genie
Curved / Straight
Fig. 2.5
5/16” x 1-1/4”
Clevis pin
Door arm
Operator bracket
tabs
FIG. 2.7
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OPTIONAL INSTALLATION
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Trolley Installation for
Standard Lift
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Level
HIGH ARC
Trolley Installation for
Low Headroom
Determine center line of door. Mark vertical line at this
point, on the header wall. Raise the door slightly until the
top section reaches the highest point of travel (high arc).
Using a level, mark this high arc point of travel on the header
wall, intersecting the vertical center line, as shown in FIG.
3.1 through 3.2. Hold the wall bracket’s bottom edge to the
appropriate 1/2” - 1” (room permitting) above of the high
arc line and centered on the vertical line, as shown in FIG.
3.2. Spot the wall brackets mounting holes on the header
wall and then refer to your garage door operator manual for
pre-drilling and securing the wall bracket to header. Using the
operator hook-up charts, refer to referenced illustrations
in FIG. 3.3 through FIG. 3.4 for correct arm hook-up from
trolley to operator bracket.
TOP
SECTION
Typical 1/2” - 1”
above high arc
Low
headroom
track
HIGH ARC
line
Torquemaster®
Counterbalance
Vertical
center line
From
step 11
FIG. 3.1
NOTE: Refer to your operator manual for specific details on
how to assembly the curved and straight arm, as shown in
FIG. 3.3 through FIG. 3.4.
FIG. 3.2
CURVED
arm
Straight
arm
NOTE: Depending on your setup, you may or may not have to
cut straight arm to accomplish trolley settings, as shown in
FIG. 3.3 through FIG. 3.4.
Header
Cut Straight
arm to
accomplish
trolley
setting
Align hole in the appropriate arm with holes in operator
bracket tabs, as shown in FIG. 3.5. Insert 5/16” x 1-1/4”
clevis pin, making sure hole in clevis pin is outside of second
tab of operator bracket. Insert hairpin cotter into clevis pin
hole and spread hairpin cotter to ensure it will secure assembly, as shown in FIG. 3.5 and FIG. 3.6.
FIG. 3.4
FIG. 3.3
Top view
Hairpin Cotter
Operator Bracket
5/16” x 1-1/4”
Clevis pin
Operator
Bracket tabs
5/16” x 1-1/4”
Clevis pin
FIG. 3.5
Hairpin Cotter
(Outside of operator
bracket tab)
Door arm
Door
Arm
Operator bracket
tabs
FIG. 3.6
Operator hook-up chart for Low headroom
Type of arm Being used
Operator models
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PREFERRED
hookup
Ref. Illustrations above
Optional
hookup
Ref. Illustrations
above
Quantum/classic
Curved /
Straight
Fig. 3.4
STRAIGHT
Fig. 3.3
Linear
Straight
Fig. 3.3
N/A
N/a
Liftmaster
(sears)
Curved /
Straight
Fig. 3.4
STRAIGHT
Fig. 3.3
Genie
Curved /
Straight
Fig. 3.4
STRAIGHT
Fig. 3.3
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Trolley Operator
WARNING
Tools Needed:
OPERATOR MUST BE TESTED AT TIME
OF INSTALLATION AND MONTHLY
THEREAFTER TO ENSURE THAT DOOR
REVERSES ON CONTACT WITH 2 X 4
BOARD LAID FLAT UNDER THE DOOR.
FAILURE TO ADJUST OPERATOR,
IF NECESSARY, CAN RESULT IN
SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY. IF YOUR
OPERATOR IS EQUIPPED WITH A
PHOTOELECTRIC EYE SYSTEM, THEN
THIS MUST BE TESTED AT THE SAME
TIME TO ENSURE THAT DOOR DOES
NOT CLOSE AND A CLOSING DOOR
OPENS IF PHOTOELECTRIC EYE SYSTEM
IS OBSTRUCTED. FAILURE TO MAKE
ADJUSTMENTS, IF NECESSARY, CAN
RESULT IN SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY.
OPERATOR RAIL
Suitable mounting
surface (2” x 6”)
lumber minimum
header
door arm to
operator
bracket
OPERATOR
rail
perforated
angle
1. Install operator rail 1/2” to 1-1/2”
(13 - 38 mm) above high arc of top
section of the door.
Mount operator to ceiling so that
1” to 1-1/2” (25 - 38 mm)
clearance is maintained between
trolley rail and top section when
door is fully open (trolley rail will
slope down towards rear).
OPERATOR
3.Attach door arm to operator bracket
installed in Step 12.
4. Attach operator to a suitable
mounting surface (2” x 6”) lumber
minimum.
FRAMING MEMBERS
5.Attach operator to ceiling using
perforated angle.
IMPORTANT: Angles must be
securely attached to sound
framing member(s).
PERFORATED ANGLE
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OPTIONAL INSTALLATION
2.
Cleaning
Cleaning Your Garage Door
IMPORTANT: DO NOT USE A PRESSURE WASHER ON YOUR GARAGE DOOR!
While factory-applied finishes on garage doors are durable, it is desirable to clean them on a routine basis. Some discoloration of the
finish may occur when a door has been exposed to dirt-laden atmosphere for a period of time. Slight chalking may also occur as a result
of direct exposure to sunlight.
Cleaning the door will generally restore the appearance of the finish. To maintain an aesthetically pleasing finish of the garage door, a
periodic washing of the garage door is recommended.
The following cleaning solution is recommended:
A mild detergent solution consisting of one cup detergent (with less than 0.5% phosphate) dissolved into five gallons of warm water will
aid in the removal of most dirt.
NOTE: The use of detergents containing greater than 0.5% phosphate is not recommended for use in general cleaning of garage doors.
NOTE: Be sure to clean behind weather stripping on both sides and top of door.
CAUTION: NEVER MIX CLEANSERS OR DETERGENTS WITH BLEACH.
GLASS CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
Clean with a mild detergent solution (same as above) and a soft cloth. After cleaning, rinse thoroughly.
ACRYLIC CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS
Clean acrylic glazing with nonabrasive soap or detergent and plenty of water. Use your bare hands to feel and dislodge any caked on
particles. A soft, grit-free cloth, sponge or chamois may be used to wipe the surface. Do not use hard or rough cloths that will scratch
the acrylic glazing. Dry glazing with a clean damp chamois.
NOTE: DO NOT USE any window cleaning fluids, scouring compounds, gritty cloths or solvent-based cleaners of any kind.
Painting
Surface Preparation for Painting
Wax on the surface must be removed or paint peeling/flaking will result. To remove this wax, it will be necessary to lightly scuff the
surface with a fine steel wool pad, saturated with soapy water. A final wipe and rinse should be done with clean water only, to remove
any loose particles and any soapy film residue.
Surface scratches, which have not exposed the metal substrate, can be lightly buffed or sanded with 0000 steel wool or No. 400 sand
paper to create a smoother surface. Care must be taken to not expose the substrate under the paint. Once the substrate is exposed, the
likelihood for rusting is greatly increased.
If substrate is exposed, it must be treated to prevent rust from forming. Sand the exposed area lightly and paint with a high quality
metal primer, specifically intended for galvanized surfaces, to protect the area from corrosion. Allow for drying time on primer can label
before applying topcoat.
The surface of the factory-applied finish, that is being painted, must not be too smooth, or the paint will not adhere to it. It is advisable
to test in an inconspicuous area, to evaluate adhesion. If poor adhesion is observed, surface preparation for painting the factory-applied
finish must be repeated until desired results are achieved. Again, care must be taken to not expose the substrate under the paint.
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Painting Continued....
Painting
After surface has been properly prepared, it must be allowed to dry thoroughly, and then coated immediately with premium quality
latex house paint. Follow paint label directions explicitly. Oil base or solvent base paints are not recommended. Please note that if
substrate is exposed and not properly primed, painting with latex paint may cause accelerated rusting of the steel in the exposed area.
NOTES:
1. Repainting of finish painted steel doors cannot be warranted, as this condition is totally beyond the door manufacturer’s control.
2. Consult a professional coatings contractor if in doubt about any of the above directions.
MAINTENANCE
3. Follow directions explicitly on the paint container labels for proper applications of coatings and disposal of containers. Pay particular attention to acceptable weather and temperature conditions in which to paint.
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Limited Warranty
Models 5120 And 5140
Subject to the terms and conditions contained in this Limited Warranty, Wayne-Dalton Corp. (“Manufacturer”) warrants the sections of the door, which is described at the top of this page, for a period of TEN (10) YEARS from the date of installation against:
(i)
The door becoming inoperable due to rust-through of the steel skin from the core of the door section, due to cracking, splitting, or other deterioration of the steel skin, or due to structural failure caused by separation or degradation of the foam insulation.
(ii)
Peeling of the original paint on the door as a result of a defect in the original paint or in the application of the original paint coating, in cases where the door sections and the original paint: (a) have not been subjected to adverse atmospheric conditions or contaminates (such as salt water or other marine environment, or to toxic or abrasive substances, including those in the air); (b) have been maintained in compliance with Manufacturer’s recommendations; and (c) have not been subject to physical abrasion, impacted by a hard object, or punctured (including without limitation “paint rub” occurring in metal to metal contact and movement).
The Manufacturer warrants the garage door hardware (except springs) and the tracks of the above-described door, for a period of TEN (10) YEARS from the date
of installation, against defects in material and workmanship, subject to all the terms and conditions below.
The Manufacturer warrants those component parts of the door not covered by the preceding provisions of this Limited Warranty against defects in material and
workmanship for a period of ONE (1) YEAR from the date of installation.
The Manufacturer warrants the factory-applied finish and the factory attached stiles against fading and cosmetic changes from the time of installation for TWO
(2) YEARS. If the door is re-stained or re-painted, the TWO (2) YEARS warranty for the factory-applied finish is void. The Model 5140 factory attached stiles (if applicable) are
warranted against peeling, cracking, chalking, or delamination from the time of installation for TWO (2) YEARS.
This Limited Warranty is extended only to the person who purchased the product and continues to own the premises (where the door is installed) as his/her
primary residence (“Buyer”). This Limited Warranty does not apply to residences other than primary, or to commercial or industrial installations, or to installations on rental
property (even when used by a tenant as a residence). This Limited Warranty is not transferable to any other person (even when the premises is sold), nor does it extend
benefits to any other person.
The Manufacturer will not be responsible for any damage attributable to improper storage, improper installation, or any alteration of the door or its components, abuse, damage from corrosive fumes or substances, salt spray or saltwater air, fire, Acts of God, failure to properly maintain the door, or attempt to use the door, its
components or related products for other than its intended purpose and its customary usage. This Limited Warranty does not cover ordinary wear. This Limited Warranty will
be voided if the original finish is painted over, unless Manufacturer’s preparation and painting instructions are followed explicitly. This Limited Warranty will be voided if any
holes are drilled into the door, other than those specified by the Manufacturer.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY COVERS A CONSUMER PRODUCT AS DEFINED BY THE MAGNUSON-MOSS ACT. NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED (INCLUDING
BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE) WILL EXTEND BEYOND THE TIME PERIOD SET FORTH IN UNDERSCORED BOLD FACE TYPE IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY, ABOVE.
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Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitations may not apply to you.
Any claim under this Limited Warranty must be made in writing, within the applicable warranty period, to the dealer from which the product was purchased. Unless the dealer is no longer in business, a written claim to the Manufacturer will be the same as if no claim had been made at all.
At the Manufacturer’s option, a service representative may inspect the product on site, or Buyer may be required to return the product to the Manufacturer at
Buyer’s expense. Buyer agrees to cooperate with any representative of the Manufacturer and to give such representative full access to the product with the claimed defect
and full access to the location of its installation.
If the Manufacturer determines that the claim is valid under the terms of this Limited Warranty, the Manufacturer will repair or replace the defective product.
The decision about the manner in which the defect will be remedied will be at the discretion of the Manufacturer, subject to applicable law. THE REMEDY WILL COVER ONLY
MATERIAL. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER OTHER CHARGES, SUCH AS FIELD SERVICE LABOR FOR REMOVAL, INSTALLATION, PAINTING, SHIPPING, ETC.
Any repairs or replacements arranged by Manufacturer will be covered by (and subject to) the terms, conditions, limitations and exceptions of this Limited
Warranty; provided, however, that the installation date for the repaired or replaced product will be deemed to be the date the original product was installed, and this Limited
Warranty will expire at the same time as if there had been no defect. If a claim under this Limited Warranty is resolved in a manner other than described in the immediately
preceding paragraph, then neither this Limited Warranty nor any other warranty from the Manufacturer will cover the repaired or replaced portion of the product.
THE REMEDIES FOR THE BUYER DESCRIBED IN THIS LIMITED WARRANTY ARE EXCLUSIVE and take the place of any other remedy. The liability of the Manufacturer, whether in contract or tort, under warranty, product liability, or otherwise, will not go beyond the Manufacturer’s obligation to repair or replace, at its option, as described
above. THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES BE LIABLE FOR SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, including (but not limited to)
damage or loss of other property or equipment, personal injury, loss of profits or revenues, business or service interruptions, cost of capital , cost of purchase or replacement
of other goods, or claims of third parties for any of the foregoing.
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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.
No employee, distributor, dealer, representative, or other person has the authority to modify any term or condition contained in this Limited Warranty or to grant
any other warranty on behalf of or binding on the Manufacturer, and anyone’s attempt to do so will be null and void.
Buyer should be prepared to verify the date of installation to the satisfaction of the Manufacturer.
The rights and obligations of the Manufacturer and Buyer under this Limited Warranty will be governed by the laws of the State of Ohio, USA, to the extent permitted by law.
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This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights, which may vary from State to State.
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