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Installation Instructions and Owner’s Manual
Chain/ Belt Drive
Models: 3018, 3018DLX, 3522, 3522DLX
For residential sectional overhead garage doors Only!
do not use on one piece doors!
IMPORTANT! The door and opener will not function properly until
infrared safety sensors are installed and properly adjusted!
Important Notice!
Read the enclosed instructions carefully before installing/operating
this garage door opener. Pay close attention to all warnings and
notes. This manual MUST be attached to the wall in close proximity
to the garage door.
GARAGE DOORS & OPENERS
© Copyright 2006 Wayne-Dalton Corp.
Part No. 326568
NEW 6/6/2006
NOTE: Depending on the opener model, some parts
listed may not be supplied.
Package Contents
Wired Safety Sensors W/ Hardware
Opener Rail Assembly
Door Bracket
(2) Safety Sensor
Brackets
Front Rail Assembly
Infrared Safety Sensors
(1 Sender + 1 Receiver)
Wall Mounting
Bracket
Intermediate Rails
Opener
Perforated Hangers
Bell Wire
Door Arm
Lower
Light Diffuser
Plastic Rail Guide
(2) Keychain/Visor
Transmitter
Owner’s Manual
Red Emergency
Release Knob
(12) Staples
Entrapment Label
EMERGENCY
RELEASE
Wired Deluxe Wall
Station W/Hardware
5 Button Wireless
Keyless Entry W/
Hardware
(8) 5/16” x 1/2”
Oval Head Carriage Bolts
(8) 5/16” x 1/2”
Flat Head Carriage Bolts
Emergency Release Tag
1/4” x 4” Hex Head Bolt
(2) 1/4”-20 x 3/4” Machine Bolts
5/16” x 1-1/4” Clevis Pin
I
(16) 5/16”
Lock Nuts
(2) 1/4” Nylock Nuts
Nylon Shoulder Bushing
(2) 1/4” - 20 x 2” Carriage Bolts
1/4” Plastic Insert
Locking Nut
Hairpin Cotter
(2) 1/4” - 20 x 5/8”
Self Drilling Screws
(2)1/4” Locking Nuts
(2) 1/4” x 1-1/2” Lag Screws
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PRE-INSTALLATION INSPECTION OF YOUR GARAGE DOOR
PRIOR TO Classicdrive® Opener INSTALLATION
To ensure your new Classicdrive® opener works as intended, your garage door must be
properly installed and balanced.
Before installing your garage door opener, open and close you door manually to ensure it
operates smoothly from top to bottom. A properly balanced door should not take a lot of
effort to open or close by hand. The door should stay in the open and in the closed
position without drifting down or creeping up. If a door opens fast, the door may need spring
tension reduced. If the door drops fast, the door may need spring tension increased.
If the door operates properly, then proceed to your Classicdrive® installation manual for
instructions on how to install the Classicdrive® garage door opener.
If the operation of the door does not meet these requirements, adjust the spring
balance per your door’s installation manual or call a professional installer to make
adjustments before installing Classicdrive®.
Instruction manuals are available for download on www.wayne-dalton.com. Use the web site to
also find the location of your nearest professional dealer.
Once the door is properly balanced and operates smoothly, you may proceed with the
installation of your Classicdrive® garage door opener.
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Pre-Installation
IMPORTANT! Before starting the installation read these instructions thoroughly to
familiarize yourself with all aspects of installation and adjustment.
Important: If your garage has no service entrance door, install an optional outside quick release lock. This accessory
allows manual operation of garage door from outside in case of power failure.
Identify Your Door
Identify your door by referring to illustrations below and verify that your door type is a sectional door with curved track. Do not install if the door
is any type of one piece door.
Note: The opener has been designed for sectional doors. Do not attempt to install this opener on any style one piece door. Using this opener on
a one-piece door may result in serious personal injury or property damage.
Test Your Door
Before you begin, complete the following two tests to insure the door is balanced and working properly. A door that binds, sticks or is out of
balance could cause severe injury. Do not attempt to compensate for an improperly adjusted door by the installation of an opener. This will
interfere with the proper operation of the opener’s safety features and/or may damage the door or opener. Have a qualified service person
make any needed adjustments or repairs before proceeding with installation.
Door Test One
Raise and lower the door and check closely for any sticking or binding
that may occur. Lift the door approximately half way open, as
illustrated. When releasing the door, it should stay in position. If spring
tension pulls the door further open or door weight pulls it down, your
door is not properly adjusted.
Door Test Two
When properly installed, a door should remain clear of the
opening, when allowed to rest at its natural, full open position.
If “door drift” pulls door back into opening or spring tension is
not sufficient to pull door totally clear of opening, the door is not
properly adjusted.
Pre-Assembly Check
WARNING
failure to keep clear of rotating and moving parts can result in severe injury.
Disconnect from power source and proceed to assembly.
P.B. COM OBS
Caution: Keep clear of all rotating and moving parts.
Right Side Of Opener
FORCE ADJ.PROGRAM
SW
STATUS
Every opener is factory tested and shipped with the limit switch adjustment in the door CLOSED
position. If the opener has been powered up before assembly, perform the following steps to insure
that the limit switch adjustment is in the door CLOSED position. Connect the opener to a power
source and short across the screw terminals labeled “PB” and “COM” with a metal screw driver.
Motor should start; run through a full OPEN cycle, (driven gear rotates clockwise) and stop. This
will leave opener in OPEN position. To get the opener back to full CLOSE position, short and hold
“PB” and “COM” terminals again (driven gear rotates counter clockwise). Continue to short
terminals until opener stops in the CLOSED position.
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System Features
1. Open and Close Cycle Control:
Allows garage door to be started and stopped by push button,
transmitter or wall station. The next impulse sends a stopped garage
door in opposite direction.
2. Emergency Disconnect:
Manual disconnect permitting operation of door during power failure
with automatic reconnect when opener is reactivated. See page 27.
3. Opener light:
Automatically turns on when opener is activated and remains on for
four minutes for convenience and safety.
4. Mechanical Door Lock:
When properly adjusted, opener locks door in closed position
preventing unwanted entry. See Adjustment # 3 on page 31.
5. Obstruction Warning Light:
The convenience light will flash after sensing an obstruction in the
down direction and/or if the safety system malfunctions while in the
open position.
7. Safety System:
Independent up and down force adjustments. When properly adjusted,
the safety system will automatically reverse when obstructed in down
direction and return to fully open position. The door will stop when
obstructed in the up direction. See Adjustment #2 on page 31.
8. Infrared Safety Sensors:
Wired infrared reversing sensors detect an obstruction in door path and
react by reversing door.
9. Homelink® Compatibility:
Opener is capable of “learning” automobile equipped Homelink®
transceivers. Visit: www.homelink.com.
10. Rolling Code Technology:
Wireless transmitters and wireless keyless entry use rolling code which
prevents would be thieves from “grabbing” the transmitter’s digital
code.
6. Motor:
Permanently lubricated, thermally protected, heavy duty motor with
automatic reset.
Tools Needed
Power Drill
Phillips Head
Screwdriver
Ratchet Wrench
1/4”, 3/8”, 7/16”,
1/2”, 9/16” Sockets
Needle Nose Pliers
Pliers/Wire Cutters
Pencil
5/64”, 3/32”, 1/8”, 3/16”
Drill Bits
7/16” Wrench
Hacksaw
Pliers
Hammer
Flat Tip
Screwdriver
Tape Measure
7/16” Socket Driver
Safety Glasses
Level
Adjustable Wrench
2 x 4 Board
2 x 6 x 12 Solid Test
Object
Non-Metallic
Step Ladder
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Table of Contents
Package Contents...............................................................................I.
Pre-Installation Inspection.............................................................. II, III
Tools Needed....................................................................................IV.
Important Safety Instructions.............................................................V.
Rail Assembly..................................................................................1-3
Classicdrive® Installation...............................................................4-8.
WARNING
INCORRECT INSTALLATION CAN
LEAD TO SEVERE OR FATAL
INJURY. FOLLOW THESE
INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY.
IMPORTANT installation
INSTRUCTIONS
1.READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS.
Pre-Operation .............................................................................8-20.
2.Do not connect the opener to electrical power until instructed to do so.
Optional Installations . ...............................................................21-26.
3.Install the entrapment warning label next to the wall station in a
prominent location. Install the emergency disconnect label on the
emergency disconnect cord.
Operation ..................................................................................27-31.
Programing Transmitter(s) to Opener.............................................. 32.
Maintenance................................................................................... 33.
4.Remove all ropes and remove, or make inoperative in the unlocked
position, all locks connected to the garage door before installing the
opener.
5.Do not wear rings, watches or loose clothing when installing or servicing
a garage door system.
Troubleshooting ............................................................................. 34.
6.It is important that you install all the components supplied with the
Classicdrive™ opener, i.e., wall stations, safety sensors, etc. Use of parts
not supplied by Wayne-Dalton Corp. may cause the opener to
malfunction and create unsafe conditions.
Parts Breakdown Rail Assembly...................................................... 35.
7.Wear protective eye wear when installing or servicing the opener or door.
Parts Breakdown Opener Assembly................................................ 36.
Accessories..................................................................................... 37.
Warranty......................................................................................... 38.
8.Install opener on a properly balanced and operating garage door. Have a
qualified service person make adjustments/repairs to cables, spring
assemblies, and other hardware before installing the opener. An
improperly balanced door could cause severe or fatal injury.
9.Where possible, install the opener seven feet or more above the floor.
Mount the emergency disconnect six feet above the floor.
Template......................................................................................... 39.
10.Locate the wall station: (a) within sight of door, (b) at a minimum height
of five feet, so small children cannot reach it, and (c) away from all
moving parts of the door.
Customer Service Number.............................................................. 39.
11.After installing the opener, the door must reverse when it contacts a
1-1/2” high object (or 2 x 4 board laid flat) on the floor.
12.Installation and wiring must comply with local building and electrical
codes. Connect the power cord to a properly grounded outlet. Do not
remove the ground pin from power cord.
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.
13. To reduce the risk of injury to persons, use this opener only with sectional overhead doors.
14. Top section of garage door may need to be reinforced before
attaching opener. Check with your garage door manufacturer for their recommendations.
15. Do not use sensitivity adjustments to compensate for a poorly
operating door. This will prevent proper operation of the safety
reverse feature and may damage the door and cause possible
severe or fatal injury.
Caution: property damage or injury can result from
failure to follow instructions.
16. Open door must not close and closing door must reverse and open
if infrared safety sensors are obstructed by 6” high object placed on garage floor.
IMPORTANT: Required step for safe and proper opener
operation.
17.Use a sturdy, non-metallic step ladder when installing opener.
NOTE: Information assuring proper installation of the opener.
After installation is complete, fasten
this manual near garage door. Perform
obstruction tests monthly and
maintenance as Recommended. See pages
18 & 33.
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Tools Needed:
Rail Assembly
Opener Rail
Assembly
IMPORTANT: DO NOT RUN OPENER UNTIL
INSTRUCTED TO DO SO!
Splice
Bracket
1/2” Socket
Ratchet Wrench
Pre-position parts for assembly. Bolt a splice
bracket to the opener rail assembly and bolt
the intermediate rails to the same splice
bracket, using 5/16” x 1/2” carriage bolts
and 5/16” lock washer nuts. The bolt head
must be on the inside of the rail and the
nuts on the outside. Bolt the other splice
bracket to the intermediate rails, leaving the
four holes on the splice bracket open for the
front rail assembly.
NOTE: Note position of oval head and flat
head carriage bolts.
5/16” x 1/2” Flat Head
Carriage Bolts
Intermediate Rails
Tools Needed:
Pliers/ Wire Cutter
5/16” x 1/2” Flat Head
Carriage Bolts
5/16” Lock Washer Nut
5/16” x 1/2” Oval Head
Carriage Bolts
NOTE: The rails will have to be adjusted
later, so only finger tighten the bolts. The
bolts will have to be tightened after
the rail alignment is achieved.
2
INSTALLATION
1
5/16” x 1/2” Oval Head
Carriage Bolts
5/16” Lock Washer Nut
Front Rail Assembly
Removing Tie Wrap
Right Hand Rail
The upper door arm is secured to the front
rail assembly with a tie wrap. Remove tie
wrap from the upper door arm.
Tie Wrap
Left Hand Rail
Trolley
Ensure rails fit between the upper and
lower trolley guide.
Rail Stop
Upper Door
Arm
End View
Upper Guides
Left Hand Rail
Right Hand Rail
Trolley
Lower Guides
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3
Tools Needed:
1/2” Socket
Ratchet Wrench
Mounting Front Rail Assembly
Fasten the front rail assembly to the
intermediate rails using the splice bracket
and four 5/16” x 1/2” carriage bolts and
5/16” lock washer nuts.
Splice Bracket
Front Rail
Assembly
Intermediate Rails
5/16” x 1/2” Flat Head
Carriage Bolts
5/16” x 1/2” Oval Head
Carriage Bolts
4
Tools Needed:
None
Setting Idler
“U” Bolt
5/16” Lock
Washer Nuts
“U” Bolt
Pull the idler assembly to the front rail
bracket. Insert the “U” bolt through the holes
in the front rail bracket.
For Chain, fasten with two 5/16” lock
washer nuts. Ensure the chain is on the
sprocket of the opener, and finger-tighten the
nuts equally.
For Belt, place nylon shoulder bushings,
tension springs (As shown) on the “U” bolt
and fasten with two 5/16” lock washer nuts.
Ensure the belt is on the sprocket of the
opener, and finger-tighten the nuts equally.
This Side Will Face
The Bottom
This Side Will Face
The Top
Belt Idler
Assembly
Nylon Shoulder
Bushings
Tension Springs
5/16” Lock Washer
Nuts
BELT ASSEMBLY
Chain Idler
Assembly
NOTE: Do not remove plastic tie from chain
or belt.
5/16” Lock Washer
Nuts
CHAIN ASSEMBLY
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Tools Needed:
1/2” Socket
Ratchet Wrench
And Chain Or Belt Setting
Turn rail assembly upside down and place
the plastic rail alignment tool onto the
meeting point of the two rails. Tighten the
5/16” lock washer nuts on the side of the
splice bracket with the rail alignment tool in
place.
INSTALLATION
5
Rail Assembly Alignment
Rail Alignment Tool
Move rail alignment tool to other side and
tighten remaining 5/16” lock washer nuts.
Repeat at other splice bracket locations. Turn
rail right side up.
Remove plastic tie from chain or belt. Ensure
the chain or belt remains on the sprocket at
the opener end.
For Chain, tighten the “U” bolt lock washer
nuts evenly against the front rail so the
underside of the chain is approximately 5/8”
above the rails.
5/16” x 1/2” Carriage
Bolts and 5/16” Lock
Washer Nuts
For Belt, tighten the “U” bolt lock washer
nuts evenly, until three threads of the “U” bolt
are exposed.
Splice Bracket
Position trolley at opener end of rail
assembly.
Remove Plastic Tie
Rail Assembly
Opener End
Trolley
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6
Tools Needed:
3/8” Socket
Ratchet Wrench
Attaching Rail to Opener
1/4” - 20 x 5/8”
Hex Head Bolts
IMPORTANT: The Driver Gear in the
opener must be properly aligned
with the Sprocket/ Coupling cogs in
the Rail Assembly and the mounting
bolts fully tightened, before
powering up the opener. Neglecting
to do this WILL result in gear failure.
Before assembly, align sprocket/ coupling
cogs to match notches of driver gear. Rotate
the motor spline to position driver gear so
the nearest notch in driver gear is directly
behind motor spline, as illustrated.
Note: Do not rotate more than 1/2 turn.
Opener
NOTE: Place front end of rail on temporary
support approximately 6” in height.
Proceed with attaching rail to opener,
insuring proper engagement between
sprocket/coupling cogs and driver gear
notches. Realign if necessary, making sure
to keep any rotation only to the nearest
notch. Using the (4) pre-attached
1/4”-20 x 5/8” hex head bolts, assemble
rail to opener using 3/8” socket; tighten
securely.
Sprocket / Coupling Cogs
Motor Spline
Notches
IMPORTANT: Do not plug the opener
power cord into electrical outlet
until opener is fully installed and
you are instructed to do so in this
manual.
Driver Gear
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Tools Needed:
Carpenter’s Level
7/16” Socket
Driver
Power Drill
Tape Measure
1/8” Drill Bit
Reinforce with 2” x 6” as required to
insure rigid mounting.
WARNING
INSTALLATION
7
Positioning and Installing
Front Wall Bracket
Do not attempt to loosen or
remove any portion of door spring
system in order to reinforce
header wall or to mount wall
bracket. Spring system is under
extreme tension and can cause
severe or fatal injury. Such work
should be done by a qualified
service person.
Vertical Center Line
Note: It is recommended the door opener
be installed 7 feet or more above the garage
floor.
Header
REINFORCE THE HEADER WALL
Reinforce the header wall (wall above door
opening) as required, to ensure rigid
mounting of the front wall bracket.
High Arc Point
Top Section
Locate the vertical center line of the garage
door and mark it on the header above the
door.
Raise the door slightly until the top section
reaches the highest point of travel (High Arc
Point); using a carpenter’s level, transfer
and mark the highest point of travel onto the
header wall and close the door.
Carpenter’s Level
Sectional Door
Curved Track
1/4” X 1 1/2”
Lag Screws
1/2” - 1” Above
High Arc Mark
Mount the front wall bracket with its lower
edge approximately 1/2” -1” above the
mark showing the highest point of travel and
centered on the vertical center line.
NOTE: For low headroom torsion
counterbalance, hold the wall bracket’s
bottom edge typically at 1/2” - 1” (room
permitting) above the torsion spring center
bracket and centered on the vertical line, see
illustration.
Mark the two mounting holes and pilot drill
with a 1/8” drill bit. Mount wall bracket using
the 1/4” x 1-1/2” lag screws supplied to
ensure rigid mounting.
Front Wall
Bracket
High Arc
Mark
Center of
Door
1/2” - 1” Above
Center Bracket
(Room Permitting)
Front Wall
Bracket
Top Edge Of
Center Bracket
Center Bracket
Torsion Spring
Center Line
Low Headroom
Applications
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8
Front Wall
Bracket
Attach Unit to Front Wall Bracket
Tools Needed:
7/16” Socket
Ratchet Wrench
Adjustable Wrench
Raise the front end of the rail
assembly and attach it to the front wall
bracket, using the 1/4” x 4” hex head bolt
and the supplied 1/4” plastic insert
locking nut. Take care not to over tighten
nut. Tighten only until end of bolt is flush
with outside of nut.
1/4” Plastic Insert
Locking Nut
1/4” x 4”
Hex Head Bolt
NOTE: If you have a torsion spring
counterbalance system, it will be necessary
to raise the opener and support it on a
step ladder to attach the front end of the rail
assembly to the wall bracket.
Rail Assembly
Upper Door Arm
Cardboard or Cloth to
Protect the Housing
9
Tools Needed:
2” x 4” Board
Non-Metallic
Step Ladder
Positioning Motor
End of Opener
IMPORTANT: To prevent damage to
door, do not rest the opener on the
door without using a 2” x 4” board
at least 3 feet long.
Rail Assembly
Trolley
IMPORTANT: To prevent damage to
door or opener, position trolley as
close to opener a possible, before
opening door.
Raise the motor end of the opener and
support it so you can open the door to its
fully open position. You may need help
raising motor end if ladder is not high
enough.
2” x 4”
Board
Door
Support Door to
Prevent Sagging
Opener
Open the door and place a 2” x 4” board
along the top section of the garage door.
Rest the rail assembly on the 2” x 4” board.
Non-Metallic
Step ladder
Support top section of door to prevent
excessive sagging.
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Tools Needed:
Power Drill
Hacksaw
1/8” Drill Bit
1/2” Socket
7/16” Socket
Ratchet Wrench
Adjustable Wrench
Tape Measure
Perforated Angle
Iron (Not Supplied)
Perforated
Hangers
Ceiling Joist
WARNING
Do not use gear cap bolt or nut
for hanger attachment. This may
cause sprocket, chain or Belt
misalignment, resulting in damage
to opener or possible personal
injury!
Align the center of opener’s rail assembly
with the center line previously marked on
the top section of the garage door to ensure
rail will be parallel with the direction of door
travel.
Cut Perforated
Hangers to Fit
Gear Cap
Nut/ Bolt
Opener
Alternate Hanger
Mounting Holes
Using perforated hangers (cut to proper
length) hang opener end from ceiling joist.
Be sure to locate and mount to ceiling joists,
as illustrated.
Pilot drill with 1/8” drill bit and use
1/4” x 1-1/2” lag screws (not supplied) to
ensure a rigid mount. Attach opener to
perforated hangers using 5/16” x 3/4” bolts
and 5/16” lock washer; nuts (not supplied).
Center Line
Of Door
NOTE: Bracing should be at an angle to
provide rigid support.
When opener is securely attached to
perforated hangers, remove the 2” x 4”
(used to support rail assembly in Step 9)
and close the door.
Use angled brace to insure rigid installation.
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INSTALLATION
10
Mounting Opener End
11
Mounting Door Bracket
Tools Needed:
7/16” Socket
Ratchet Wrench
NOTE: If you have a 5120, 5140, 9100,
9400, 9600, 9700 or 9800 series door, do
not install this door bracket, install the door
bracket supplied with the door, see the
Installation Instructions and Owner’s Manual
supplied with the door. Instruction manuals
are available for download at www. waynedalton.com or call 1-888-827-3667.
IMPORTANT: Doors may need to be
reinforced to prevent damage to the
door. Check with the garage door
manufacturer for proper
reinforcing of your door.
For wood doors, mount door bracket,
using two 1/4”-20 x 2” carriage bolts and
1/4” locking nuts supplied, on center line of
door with middle hole in line with top rollers.
For metal doors, mount door bracket,
using two 1/4”-20 x 5/8” self drilling screws
supplied, on center line of door with middle
hole in line with top rollers.
12
Tools Needed:
None
Reinforce Door Vertically and
Horizontally
Top Roller
Guideline
Door Center
Line
Door Center
Line
1/4”-20 x 2”
Carriage Bolts
Top Roller
Guideline
Top Roller
Guideline
Steel
Doors
1/4”-20 x 1/2”
Self Drilling Screws
Door
Bracket
Wood
Doors
1/4”
Locking Nuts
Door
Bracket
Installing Light
Housing
Remove lens by pressing up on both sides
of the bottom of the lens at the junction of
the housing, releasing the locking tabs, and
pulling forward.
Bulb - 60 Watt
Maximum
(Not Supplied)
Screw a 60 watt (Maximum) bulb into
socket. For maximum bulb life, “rough
service” bulbs are recommended.
Align the top and bottom tabs on the lens
with the housing and push straight on until
lens locks in place.
Socket
Locking Tabs
Lens
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Tools Needed:
Power Drill
Phillips Head
Screwdriver
Flat Tip
Screwdriver
3/32” Drill Bit
WARNING
Wall Station
To prevent possible injury, install
wall station out of the reach of
children and in a location where
the door can be seen when the
Opener is activated. Do not mount
wall station near or next to
garage door.
Service
Entrance
Door
Entrapment
Warning Label
5 Foot
Minimum
IMPORTANT: The standard push
button wallstation must be the only
type used for proper door
operation. The use of an illuminated
push button or wall control station
not supplied by Wayne-Dalton could
cause a malfunction.
Wired Wall Station:
Wire the garage door opener wall station
using bell wire connected to COM and P.B.
screws, as illustrated.
Right Side Of Opener
Locate push button adjacent to service
entrance door at a minimum height of 5 ft.,
and at least 6 ft. away from garage door.
COM
P.B. COM OBS
Fasten the wall station in a safe location with
the (2) phillips head screws, making sure not
to over tighten. Pilot drill mounting holes
using a 3/32” bit. Additional wired wall
stations may also be installed in accordance
with these instructions.
PB
FORCE ADJ. PROGRAM
SW
STATUS
CAUTION: Over tightening the screws could
deform plastic case.
IMPORTANT: Connect the low
voltage wire to the wall stations
using a “J” hook configuration. if wire
is completely looped around
terminal screw, it can prevent
proper contact.
Wall Station Back
Apply entrapment label in a convenient
location next to the wall station. Use
mechanical fasteners if adhesive will not
adhere.
Phillips Head Screws
Wall Station Front
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13
Wired Wall Station And
Entrapment Warning Label
Installation
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Wired Infrared Safety Sensor
Installation
Ratchet Wrench
IMPORTANT: Both Wall Brackets
must be mounted at the same height
for proper alignment.
Tape Measure
Note: Use Steps a-c for installing sensors
on both sides of the garage door.
Tools Needed:
Power Drill
3/16” Drill Bit
7/16” Socket
Driver
7/16” Wrench
Pencil
a.Select and mark with a pencil, a
mounting location no more than
5 inches above the floor to center line of
wall mounting bracket. The safety sensors
should be mounted as close to the door
track or inside edge of the door as
possible to offer maximum entrapment
protection. It is very important that both
wall mounting brackets be mounted at
the same height for proper alignment.
b. Drill pilot holes, using a 3/16” drill bit.
Using two 5/16” x 1-1/2” lag screws,
permanently mount the wall mounting
brackets to both door jambs. In some
installations it may be necessary to attach
a wooden spacer to the wall to achieve
the required alignment.
Wall Mounting Bracket
5”
a
b
c.Attach the sending and receiving safety
sensors to the “U” brackets by inserting
all three tabs into the respective holes.
5/16” x 1-1/2”
Lag Screw
Wall Mounting
Bracket
Nut
Attach the “U” brackets to the wall
mounting brackets with 1/4”-20 x 1/2”
carriage bolts, washers and nuts.
Insert the bolts from the inside of the
“U” bracket and hand-tighten.
IMPORTANT: Identify which side of the
garage door is exposed to the most
sunlight. Mount the Sending Unit (Unit
without LED) on the side which is
exposed to the most sun. Sunlight
may affect the Safety Sensors, and
this orientation will help reduce the
effect.
Door Jam
Washer
1/4”-20 x 1/2”
Carriage Bolt
U-Bracket
c
Receiving
Unit
LED
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Tools Needed:
Hammer
Installation of Wiring for Wired
Infrared Safety Sensor
Uncoil the wires from the infrared safety
sensors and route the wire up the garage
wall across the ceiling and down to the
back of the opener. Tack the wires in place
using staples. Take care to run the wires in
a location where they will not interfere with
the operation of the door and do not staple
through wire.
To Opener
Note: If wires must be lengthened or
spliced into pre wired installation, use wire
nuts or other suitable connectors.
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Tools Needed:
Phillips Head
Screwdriver
pre-operation
Wire to Opener
Connecting Wired Infrared Safety
Sensor to Opener
Connect infrared safety sensors to the
opener as shown. Shorten wires as
necessary and separate wire ends. Strip
about 1/2” of insulation off each wire and
attach wires to the proper terminal screws,
then tighten securely, using phillips head
screwdriver.
Right Side Of Opener
One wire has marking on it (numbers, black
stripe, etc). Be sure to observe polarity. Apply
tension to external wires to test for secure
connection. Check that the wires are stapled
in place properly.
Sending Unit
Receiving Unit
P.B.
COM
OBS
Black Strip
Solid
Color
LED
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Tools Needed:
None
Connecting Opener
To Outlet
WARNING
To reduce the risk of electrical
shock, do not change the power
cord in anyway.
Outlet
Important: The opener must be
connected to a properly grounded 3
prong, 120 volt outlet.
The opener can be permanently wired. To
permanently wire the unit, see permanent
wiring option on page 21.
Plug the power cord into the closest
grounding type receptacle. Excess power
cord length must be routed and contained
safely away from any moving parts.
As soon as power is applied to the opener,
the light on the opener will blink once to
indicate a successful self-check of the
controls.
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Tools Needed:
Power Cord
Connecting Trolley
To Latch Assembly
Trolley
Slide the trolley until it snaps onto the latch
assembly.
None
Attach warning label to the red release cord.
Thread the red release cord through the pull
knob so knot is inside pull knob. Tie a double
knot at the end of the red release cord to
secure pull knob.
NOTE: Pull knob should hang 6 feet above
floor. Ensure that the rope and handle clear
the tops of all vehicles to avoid
entanglement.
Upper Door Arm
Tag
Trolley
Latch Assembly
Release Cord
Pull Knob
Use a Double Knot
To Secure The Red
Pull Knob
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Tools Needed:
Pliers
WARNING
In
In
Out
Out
TO AVOID POSSIBLE INJURY OR
PROPERTY DAMAGE, Keep people and
objects clear of the moving door
arm.
IMPORTANT: The safety sensor sends
an invisible beam of light from the
sending unit to the receiving unit
across the pathway of the door. The
opener will not operate until the
safety sensors are connected to the
opener and properly aligned. If the
invisible beam of light is obstructed,
an open door cannot be closed by
the transmitter or a momentary
activation of the wall station up/
down button. However, the door may
be closed by continuously
holding your finger on the wall
station up/down button (constant
pressure) until the door travels to a
fully closed position.
1/4”-20 Carriage Bolts
For this adjustment, bend mounting brackets
at wall mount
Top View
pre-operation
19
Alignment of Wired Infrared
Safety Sensors
At this point you will be able to activate the
opener. The trolley/ upper arm will move
to the open position, but will not move to
the closed position unless the beams are
aligned.
The safety sensors must be aligned by
moving the sending and receiving units in or
out until the alignment light on the receiving
unit comes on. The 1/4”-20 carriage bolt
can be loosened to move the unit in or out,
as required. If you have difficulty
aligning beams, check that both brackets are
mounted at the same height (see Step 14)
and remount if necessary. Additional minor
adjustments can be made by lightly bending
the mounting brackets.
Up/Down
Button
Once the alignment light comes on, tighten
all bolts and mounting screws.
Finish securing all wiring making sure not to
break or open any of the conductors. Loop
and secure any extra wire.
Wired Wall Station
Using the wall station up/down button,
activate the opener and check that it will
operate through full open and close.
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Tools Needed:
Setting Trolley Close Position
WARNING
Single and Double Tab Door Brackets
Models: 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120
and 5140.
Model: 9700
Pliers/Wire Cutters TO AVOID POSSIBLE INJURY OR
Tape Measure
Flat Tip
Screwdriver
PROPERTY DAMAGE, Keep people and
objects clear of the moving door
arm.
NOTE: If necessary, activate the opener
to move the trolley/ upper door arm to the
closed position.
NOTE: If you have a 9100, 9400,9600,
5120, 5140 or 9700 series door, with one of
the door brackets shown at the right and a
Torquemaster® Or Extension Spring(s)
counterbalance system, see “Setting Trolley
Close Position/ Connecting Door Arm To
Door” on pages 23-24. If not, complete this
step.
Double Tab
Bracket
Single Tab
Bracket
Double Tab
Bracket
Single Tab
Bracket
11” to 13”
(13” Minimum
For Belt Drive)
NOTE: If you have a 9100, 9400, 9600,
5120, 5140 or 9700 series door, with one of
the door brackets shown at the right and a
Torsion Spring(s), see “Setting Trolley Close
Position/ Connecting Door Arm To Door” on
pages 25-26. If not, complete this step.
Trolley
(Closed Limit Position)
Door Bracket
Upper Arm
Trolley must be at the factory preset fully
closed position, (see illustration).
Tag
Verify preliminary trolley close position is
11” to 13” between trolley clevis pin and the
inside face of the door.
Release Cord
If adjustment of the trolley position is
required, use the close travel adjustment
screw located on the bottom of the opener.
A 1/4 turn equals approximately 1” of trolley
travel; turn clockwise to decrease distance
between trolley and door and counter-clockwise to increase distance between trolley
and door.
Pull Knob
TRAVEL ADJUSTMENT
OPEN
MORE
LESS
CLOSE
Bottom Of Opener
MORE
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Connecting Door Arm to Door
Typical Installation:
Place nylon shoulder bushing in lower arm
Adjustable Wrench hole in curved end (single hole). Place door
arm on right side of door bracket. Insert
5/16” x 1-1/4” multi-grip clevis pin through
Ratchet Wrench nylon shoulder bushing, lower door arm and
middle hole of door bracket. Install hairpin
7/16” Socket
cotter through hole (Closest to door bracket)
of multi grip clevis, as shown.
9/16” Socket
For Models: 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120,
5140 And 9700
Place nylon shoulder bushing in lower arm
hole in curved end (single hole). Place the
lower door arm between the tabs (or the right
side of single tab) and insert 5/16” x 1-1/4”
multi-grip clevis pin through nylon shoulder
bushing, lower door arm and hole(s) of door
bracket. Install hairpin cotter through hole
(Closest to door arm “Double Tab” or door
bracket “Single Tab”) of multi grip clevis, as
shown.
5/16” x 1-1/4”
Multi-grip Clevis pin
Door Bracket
Nylon Shoulder
Bushing
Tools Needed:
For Models: 9700 And 9800
Place nylon shoulder bushing in lower arm
hole in curved end (single hole). Place the
lower door arm between the tabs and insert
5/16” x 1-1/4” multi-grip clevis pin through
nylon shoulder bushing, lower arm and holes
of door bracket. Install hairpin cotter through
hole (Closest to door arm) of multi grip clevis,
as shown.
Connecting Upper and
lower door arms
Failure to use locking nut can result
in arm releasing and possible
resulting in property damage and/or
personal injury.
Upper Arm
Lower Arm
Door Bracket
Hairpin Cotter
(Hole Closest to
Door Bracket)
top view
1/4”
Nylock Nuts
Hairpin Cotter
1/4”-20 x 3/4”
Hex Head Bolt
Lower Arm
Models: 9100, 9400,9600, 5120, 5140 or 9700
Hairpin Cotter
(Hole Closest to
Door Bracket)
Hairpin Cotter
(Hole Closest to
Door Arm)
Hairpin Cotter
Upper Arm
top view
Door Bracket
5/16” x 1-1/4”
Multi-grip Clevis pin
Upper Arm
top view
Nylon Shoulder
Bushing
Door
Bracket
5/16” x 1-1/4”
Multi-grip Clevis pin
Door
Bracket
1/4”
Nylock Nuts
1/4”
Nylock Nuts
Lower Arm
Lower Arm
1/4”-20 x 3/4”
Hex Head Bolt
Hairpin
Cotter
Nylon Shoulder
Bushing
Double Tab
Single Tab
1/4”-20 x 3/4”
Hex Head Bolt
Models: 9700 And 9800
Lower Arm
Hairpin Cotter
(Hole Closest to
Door Arm)
Upper Arm
Door
Bracket
Lower Arm
top view
Hairpin Cotter
Align upper and lower door arm pieces to
nearest matching holes.
Note: It may be necessary to apply
downward pressure on the door or slightly
raise the door during this process.
5/16” x 1-1/4”
Multi-grip Clevis pin
1/4”
Nylock Nuts
Nylon Shoulder
Bushing
Secure upper and lower door arms to each
other using two 1/4”-20 x 3/4” hex head
bolts and nylock nuts.
1/4”-20 x 3/4”
Hex Head Bolt
Note: Install the hex head bolts as far apart
as possible, when positioning the upper and
lower arms.
Note: Door arm angle must be 10° to 30°
degrees (see illustration). If not, repeat
Step 20 and increase or decrease distance
between trolley clevis pin and inside face of
the door.
10° To 30°
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Typical Installation
22
Tools Needed:
Flat Tip
Screwdriver
Setting Door Close Travel
Using the wall control up/down button,
activate door to full open position;
reactivate to close position.
Bottom Of Opener
The door should stop on the floor with the
bottom door seal slightly compressed.
If the door reverses off the floor, turn close
travel knob 1/4 turn “less”.
If door is not completely closed, turn travel
knob 1/4 turn “more”.
Repeat as necessary.
NOTE: 1/4 turn equals 1” of door travel.
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Tools Needed:
Flat Tip
Screwdriver
TRAVEL ADJUSTMENT
OPEN
MORE
LESS
CLOSE
MORE
Setting Door Opening Travel
The door opener is assembled with the open
travel adjustment preset for a typical door,
but all doors should be adjusted to stop as
close as possible to the door’s “natural” fully
open, resting position.
To determine the door’s “natural” fully open,
resting position, disconnect door from
opener using the emergency release
disconnect (see page 27, emergency
disconnect) and manually raise door to its
“natural” fully open, resting position. Use this
location for your open limit setting. To
determine if door needs adjustment, activate
the opener to bring door to fully open
position.
Bottom Of Opener
TRAVEL ADJUSTMENT
OPEN
MORE
LESS
CLOSE
MORE
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Setting Door Opening Travel
(Continued)
To precisely set the open limit:
a. If door is not opening completely determine travel distance required to reach fully open and increase opening travel 1/4 turn more (counterclockwise)
for each inch of additional travel.
For doors less than 7 feet high recommend
decreasing factory preset travel by turning
open limit screw 3 full turns clockwise (approximately 1 foot of travel), then make fine
adjustment by using substep (a.) above.
Stop Bolt
Trolley
Opener
NOTE: Confirm that the door has stopped in
the UP position as a result of the upper limit
switch and not because the trolley has hit
the stop bolt, which is mounted in the rail
near the opener. The correct condition can
be verified by observing that the openers
convenience light does not flash after the
fully open door comes to a stop. The faulty
condition may also be confirmed visually
by checking to see if the trolley is resting
against the stop bolt.
To confirm final OPEN travel adjustment,
activate the opener to bring door to fully
open position. The opener light should not
be flashing.
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pre-operation
NOTE: If door does not open fully and
opener light flashes (make sure the bulb
is installed and operating) check for an
obstruction or see Adjustment #1, page 31
(Adjusting Opening Force).
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Contact Obstruction Test
Tools Needed:
After installing the opener, the door must
reverse when it contacts a 1-1/2” inch high
object (or a 2 x 4 board laid flat) on the
garage floor.
2 x 4 Board
Using the wall station, activate the door to
the fully open position. Place a 2 x 4 flat
on the garage floor, under the door path.
Activate the door to the closed position with
the wall station. Upon contacting the 2 x 4
board, the door should reverse.
2 x 4 Laid Flat
On The Floor
If door stops on the 2 x 4 board, adjust the
close travel knob 1/4 turn “more” until door
reverses upon contact with 2 x 4 board.
When the door reverses, remove the
2 x 4 board and run the full cycle of open
and close of the door. Door should not
reverse when it comes to the fully closed
position on the floor.
Note: If opener fails to pass this test,
repeat Step 22. Also see Adjustment #2,
page 31 (Contact Obstruction Test).
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WARNING
IF Opener DOES NOT RESPOND PROPERLY TO THESE TESTS (STEPS
24 AND 25), HAVE A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON MAKE NECESSARY
ADJUSTMENTS/REPAIRS, OR SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY COULD
RESULT FROM OPERATING THE DOOR/Opener.
Safety Sensor Obstruction Test
Tools Needed:
2” x 6” x 12”
Solid Test Object
WARNING
When performing this part of the
test, do not place yourself under
descending door, or severe or
fatal injury may result.
Sensor
Starting with the door fully open, place a 6”
high object on the floor, in line with sensors,
12” from the left side of the door.
Activation of the opener with the wall station
Up/Down button should cause the door to
move no more than one foot, stop and then
reverse to fully open position.
Repeat this test with the 6” high object
placed at the center of the door and then
12” from the right side of the door.
The 6” high object, when placed on the floor
in line with sensors, while door is closing,
should also cause the door to reverse.
6”
12”
12”
Sensor
WARNING
IF Opener DOES NOT RESPOND PROPERLY TO THESE TESTS (STEPS
24 AND 25), HAVE A QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON MAKE NECESSARY
ADJUSTMENTS/REPAIRS, OR SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY COULD RESULT
FROM OPERATING THE DOOR/Opener.
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None
WARNING
During programming the garage
door may operate. Keep people and
objects clear of the moving door
to prevent door damage or
possible personal injury.
Right Side Of Opener
NOTE: To simplify installation,
program the wireless keyless entry to the
opener before mounting to the wall.
Program
Button
pre-operation
1. Press and release the PROGRAM button. The red PROGRAM STATUS light on the opener and the overhead lamp will turn on andremain lit for one minute,
indicating that it is ready to learn the
keyless entry.
2. Press the desired five digit PIN
(PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER), example 1-2-3-4-5. The PROGRAM STATUS light and overhead lamp will turn
on and off three times indicating a
successful learn.
3. Wait five seconds and press any button on the keyless entry. The door will move to the up position.
FORCE ADJ.
NOTE: Before programming ensure garage
door is in the “down” position.
PROGRAM
Program Status
LED
STATUS
Tools Needed:
SW
26
Programming Wireless Keyless
Entry (If Included)
NOTE: If an error is made entering codes,
simply press and hold both the “7/8” and
“9/0” buttons for two seconds. The
keyless entry will reset. Repeat
programming procedure.
A single wireless keyless entry device
may be programmed to operate multiple
garage door openers. To program additional
openers, repeat programming steps using
a different five digit PIN for each additional
opener.
How Your Keyless Entry Operates
Your Door:
The following explains how your Keyless
Entry can be used to OPEN, CLOSE, START,
and STOP your door.
1. Enter your 5-digit PIN (personal
identification number); door will move.
NOTE: If you inadvertently enter an incorrect
code, the door will not move To Reset, press
and hold the “7/8” and “9/0” buttons for 2
seconds and reenter your PIN number.
Keyless Entry
2. Unit remains active for next 25 seconds.
Pressing any key, will stop the door if
opening, and stop or reverse the door if
closing.
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Tools Needed:
Power Drill
5/64” Drill Bit
Phillips Head
Screwdriver
Installing Wireless Keyless Entry
(If Included)
IMPORTANT: Install all wall
controls out of the reach of
children and in a location where the
door can be seen before activating.
Keyless Entry
Locate a convenient place to mount the
wireless keyless entry, that does not
interfere with the normal opening and
closing of the door. To keep keyless entry
out of the reach of children, measure and
mark a spot at least 5 feet up from the floor.
Use the drilling template located on Page 39
to determine hole positions. Drill 5/64” pilot
holes 3/4” deep at each screw location.
5’
Snap open the wireless keyless entry case
with a coin. Secure keyless entry base into
wood framing using the two screws
provided. Snap the front case half back onto
the base. Remove paper backing from
instruction label and apply to a clean
surface inside garage.
NOTE: Two screws are included for
mounting to wood structures. Ensure proper
hardware is used for mounting to other
materials.
Keyless Entry Base
NOTE: After completing this step, continue
with page 27.
Keyless Entry Front
Case
Screws
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Tools Needed:
Needle Nose Pliers
Pliers/Wire Cutters
Flat Tip
Screwdriver
WARNING
Power Cord
1/2” To 1”
Opener
Strain Relief Bushing
To avoid electrical shock,
disconnect power at the fuse/
breaker box before proceeding.
IMPORTANT: Check your local
electrical codes. If your local code
requires permanent wiring, use the
specifications called for and
instructions illustrated.
Permanent Wiring Procedure
1. Ensure power cord is disconnected from electrical power.
2. Cut power cord 1/2” – 1” from strain relief/bushing.
3. Use needle nose pliers to remove strain relief bushing from frame. Squeeze tabs in on underside of bushing and work bushing out of hole.
4. Pull or strip off remaining section of outer
insulation from power cord.
5. Remove lens by pressing up on both sides of the bottom of the lens at the junction of the housing, releasing the locking tabs, and pulling forward; remove light bulb (if installed).
6. Remove the housing from the chassis by
removing the screw securing the housing to the chassis. Press on the
lockingtabs and slide the cover off the
chassis.
7. Pull the three wires into the opener;
strip 1/2” of insulation from the black, white, and green wires.
8. Using wire nuts for 14-18 AWG wire, connect the black wire to black wire, the white wire to white wire and the green wire to green wire. Make sure connections are secure.
9. Replace opener cover.
Strain Relief
Bushing
Housing
Tab
Lens
Tabs
Light Bulb
Screw
Chassis
Tabs
Live & Neutral
Ground
Wire Nuts
Reconnect the power at the fuse/ breaker
box, as soon as power is applied to the unit,
the light on the opener will blink once to
indicate a successful self check of the
controls.
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Optional INSTALLATIONs
I
Power Connection
(Permanent Wiring Option)
I
Tools Needed:
Adjustable Door Bracket Option
(Models 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120 and 5140)
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 SECTION OF THE
DOOR, ALONG WITH ANY U-BARS
PROVIDED WITH THE DOOR. THE
INSTALLATION OF THE OPENER MUST BE
ACCORDING TO MANUFACTURER’S
INSTRUCTIONS AND FORCE SETTINGS
MUST BE ADJUSTED PROPERLY.
center line of top section
top rib
Align center of both tabs with
center line of top section
(4) 1/4” -20 x 9/16”
track bolts
and nuts
Adjustable Operator bracket
(Top half)
TOp section
Place the top/ bottom halves of the adjustable operator bracket flush against the
inside of the top section (as shown). Adjust
the top/ bottom halves out against the top
and bottom rib; loosely secure both halves
together with (4) 1/4” - 20 x 9/16” track
bolts and nuts. Note: Install the track bolts
as far apart as possible (as shown), when
positioning the top/ bottom halves together.
Adjustable Operator bracket
(bottom half)
bottom rib
NOTE: For retro fit applications, the adjustable operator bracket must be aligned with
the existing operator.
NOTE: If a u-bar was supplied for the top
section, install the u-bar before installing the
adjustable operator bracket.
top rib
Locate the center of the top section and
align the center of both tabs of the adjustable operator bracket with the sections
center line; align the adjustable operator
bracket vertically.
To attach the adjustable operator
bracket:
Note: If the adjustable operator bracket will
be installed over a u-bar, use (2) 1/4” - 20
x 11/16” self drilling screws (not supplied)
instead of the 2) 1/4” -14 x 5/8” self tapping screws (as shown).
not used on
9100 & 5120
typical operator
arm attachment
(2) 1/4” -20 x 11/16”
self tapping screws
(If installing over u-bar)
Tighten all (4)
Track bolts
And nuts
(8) 1/4” -14 x 5/8”
self tapping screws
(9600 & 5140)
OR
(4) 1/4” -14 x 5/8”
self tapping screws
(9100 & 5120)
Models 9100 and 5120:
Secure the adjustable operator bracket to
the top/ bottom rib with (4) 1/4” -14 x 5/8”
self tapping screws.
Models 9400, 9600 and 5140:
Secure the adjustable operator bracket to
the section and top/ bottom rib with (8) 1/4”
-14 x 5/8” self tapping screws.
Now tighten all (4) previously installed track
bolts and nuts.
not used on
9100 & 5120
bottom rib
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Tools Needed:
Horizontal
Track
(Models 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120, 5140 & 9700)
With TorqueMaster® Or Extension Springs
Horizontal
Track
12” or 15”
Determine the Wayne-Dalton track
radius being used:
FIG. 1
Needle Nose Pliers
For Mount Hope and Pensacola
track:
Adjustable Wrench Measure the curved ends of the horizontal
track to determine if you have a 12” or 15”
radius horizontal track, as shown in FIG. 1.
Ratchet Wrench
For Portland track:
The horizontal tracks are stamped with
7/16” Socket
radius on the side of the horizontal track, as
shown in FIG. 1.1.
9/16” Socket
NOTE: If necessary, remove the upper arm
(straight arm) from the trolley, to use the
Hacksaw
lower arm (curved arm). Remove the hairpin
cotter from the clevis pin at the front of
trolley and slide clevis pin out far enough
to slide the upper arm out between the left
and right side of trolley body. Position the
lower door arm so the end with the single
hole lines up with the clevis pin. Slide clevis
pin completely back into trolley and reinstall
hairpin cotter.
top view
Clevis Pin
Dim “x”
Type of arm
Being used
Reference
illustrations
11 1/2”
Curved /
Straight
Fig. 1.4
If adjustment of the trolley position is
required, use the close travel adjustment
screw located on the bottom of the opener,
as shown in FIG 1.5. A 1/4 turn equals
approximately 1” of trolley travel; turn
clockwise to decrease distance DIM “X” and
counter-clockwise to increase distance
DIM “X”.
NOTE: Proceed with “Connecting Door Arm
To Door” Step 21, on page 15.
12”
Hairpin Cotter
“X”
10”, 12”, 14”, OR 15”
Standard Lift Track
Top Section
FIG. 1.2
Straight Arm
Curved
Arm
Curved Arm
Straight Arm
NOTE: Depending on your setup, you may
have to cut straight arm to accomplish trolley
settings.
Standard lift Trolley positioning chart
For (Models 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120 & 5140)
10” and 12” radius
Stamped
Radius
Trolley
Low headroom:
If you have low headroom track, as shown
in FIG. 1.6 on page 24, then proceed with
“Low Headroom Trolley Positioning Charts”
on page 24.
Standard Lift:
Using the Standard Lift trolley
positioning charts, refer to dim “x” to
set the distance from header to trolley, as
shown in FIG. 1.2.
FIG. 1.1
12”
Cut Straight Arm To
Accomplish Trolley
Setting
Cut Straight Arm To
Accomplish Trolley
Setting
FIG. 1.4
FIG. 1.3
Standard lift Trolley positioning chart
for (Models 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120 & 5140)
14” and 15” radius
Dim “x”
Type of arm
Being used
Reference
illustrations
13”-15”
Curved /
Straight
Fig. 1.4
Standard lift Trolley positioning chart
for (Model 9700) 15” radius
Dim “x”
Type of arm
Being used
Reference
illustrations
10 9/16”14 5/8”
Straight /
Curved
Fig. 1.3
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Optional INSTALLATIONs
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Setting Trolley Close Position/
Connecting Door Arm
Setting Trolley Close Position/
Connecting Door Arm
(Continued)
Low headroom:
Using the low headroom trolley
positioning charts, refer to dim “x”
to set the distance from header to trolley, as
shown in FIG. 1.6.
TRAVEL ADJUSTMENT
OPEN
MORE
Bottom Of Opener
CLOSE
LESS
MORE
FIG. 1.5
NOTE: Depending on your setup, you may or
may not have to cut straight arm to
accomplish trolley settings.
If adjustment of the trolley position is
required, use the close travel adjustment
screw located on the bottom of the opener,
as shown in FIG 1.5. A 1/4 turn equals
approximately 1” of trolley travel; turn
clockwise to decrease distance DIM “X” and
counter-clockwise to increase distance
DIM “X”.
“X”
Low Headroom Track
Top
Section
Low headroom Trolley positioning chart
For (Models 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120 & 5140)
Dim “x”
Type of arm
Being used
Reference
illustrations
to the right
14 1/2”
Curved /
Straight
Fig. 1.7
FIG. 1.6
OPTIONAL HOOKUP
10” - 14”
STRAIGHT
FIG. 1.7a
Low headroom trolley positioning chart
For (Model 9700)
Dim “x”
Type of arm
Being used
Reference
illustrations
14 3/4”17 11/16”
Curved /
Straight
Fig. 1.7
Straight Arm
OPTIONAL HOOKUP
10” - 14”
STRAIGHT
Curved Arm
FIG. 1.7a
Cut Straight Arm To
Accomplish Trolley
Setting
FIG. 1.7
FIG. 1.7a
NOTE: Proceed with “Connecting Door Arm
To Door” Step 21, on page 15.
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Tools Needed:
Horizontal
Track
(Models 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120, 5140 & 9700)
With Torsion Springs
Determine the Wayne-Dalton
track radius being used:
FIG. 1
Clevis Pin
Trolley
12”
“X”
10”, 12”, 14”, OR 15”
Standard Lift Track
Top Section
FIG. 1.2
Standard Lift:
Using the Standard Lift trolley
positioning charts, refer to dim “x”
to set the distance from header to trolley, as
shown in FIG. 1.2.
Straight Arm
Curved
Arm
NOTE: Depending on your setup, you may
have to cut straight arm to accomplish
trolley settings.
Standard lift Trolley positioning
chart For 10” and 12” radius
For (Models 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120 & 5140)
Type of arm
Being used
Reference
illustrations
11 1/2”-13”
Straight /
Curved
Fig. 1.3
If adjustment of the trolley position is
required, use the close travel adjustment
screw located on the bottom of the opener,
as shown in FIG 1.4. A 1/4 turn equals
approximately 1” of trolley travel; turn
clockwise to decrease distance DIM “X” and
counter-clockwise to increase distance
DIM “X”.
NOTE: Proceed with “Connecting Door Arm
To Door” Step 21, on page 15.
Stamped
Radius
Hairpin Cotter
Low headroom:
If you have low headroom track, as shown
in FIG. 1.5 on page 26, then proceed with
“Low Headroom Trolley Positioning Charts”
on page 26.
Dim “x”
FIG. 1.1
12”
top view
Needle Nose Pliers
For Mount Hope and Pensacola
track:
Adjustable Wrench Measure the curved ends of the horizontal
track to determine if you have a 12” or 15”
radius horizontal track, as shown in FIG. 1.
Ratchet Wrench
For Portland track:
The horizontal tracks are stamped with
7/16” Socket
radius on the side of the horizontal track, as
shown in FIG. 1.1.
9/16” Socket
NOTE: If necessary, remove the upper arm
(straight arm) from the trolley, to use the
Hacksaw
lower arm (curved arm). Remove the hairpin
cotter from the clevis pin at the front of
trolley and slide clevis pin out far enough
to slide the upper arm out between the left
and right side of trolley body. Position the
lower door arm so the end with the single
hole lines up with the clevis pin. Slide clevis
pin completely back into trolley and reinstall
hairpin cotter.
Horizontal
Track
12” or 15”
Cut Straight Arm To
Accomplish Trolley
Setting
FIG. 1.3
Standard lift Trolley positioning chart
for 14” and 15” radius
(Models 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120 & 5140)
Dim “x”
Type of arm
Being used
Reference
illustrations
10”-12”
Straight /
Curved
Fig. 1.3
Standard lift Trolley positioning chart
for (model 9700) 15” radius
Dim “x”
Type of arm
Being used
Reference
illustrations
11 1/16”16 7/8”
Straight /
Curved
Fig. 1.3
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Optional INSTALLATIONs
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Setting Trolley Close Position/
Connecting Door Arm
Setting Trolley Close Position/
Connecting Door Arm
(Continued)
low headroom:
Using the low headroom trolley
positioning chart, refer to dim “x” to
set the distance from header to trolley, as
shown in FIG. 1.5.
TRAVEL ADJUSTMENT
OPEN
MORE
LESS
MORE
NOTE: Depending on your setup, you may or
may not have to cut straight arm to
accomplish trolley settings.
If adjustment of the trolley position is
required, use the close travel adjustment
screw located on the bottom of the opener.
A 1/4 turn equals approximately 1” of trolley
travel; turn clockwise to decrease distance
DIM “X” and counter-clockwise to increase
distance DIM “X”.
FIG. 1.4
“X”
Low headroom Trolley
positioning chart for
(Models 9100, 9400, 9600, 5120 & 5140)
Dim “x”
Type of arm
Being used
Reference
illustrations
20”
Curved /
Straight
Fig. 1.6
Low Headroom Track
OPTIONAL HOOKUP
10” - 14”
STRAIGHT
Bottom Of Opener
CLOSE
FIG. 1.5
FIG. 1.6a
Low headroom trolley
positioning chart for (Model 9700)
Dim “x”
Type of arm
Being used
Reference
illustrations
15”-18”
Curved /
Straight
Fig. 1.6
OPTIONAL HOOKUP
10” - 14”
STRAIGHT
FIG. 1.6a
NOTE: Proceed with “Connecting Door Arm
To Door” Step 21, on page 15.
Curved Arm
Straight Arm
Cut Straight Arm To
Accomplish Trolley
Setting
FIG. 1.6
FIG. 1.6a
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Important Safety Instructions
1. Read and follow all instructions.
2. Never let children operate or play with the door controls.
Keep remote controls away from children.
3. Always keep a moving door in sight and keep people and objects
away until it is completely closed. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE
PATH OF A MOVING DOOR.
4. NEVER GO UNDER A STOPPED, PARTIALLY OPEN DOOR.
5. Test the Door/Opener monthly. The garage door MUST reverse on
contact with a 1-1/2 inch high object (or a 2 x 4 board laid flat) on the
floor. The door MUST also reverse when a 6” high object is placed on
the floor in line with safety sensors. If Door/Opener fails these tests,
have adjustments/repairs made immediately. Failure to make
adjustments/repairs may cause severe or fatal injury.
6. When possible, use the Emergency Disconnect only when the door is
in the closed position. Be very cautious using the Emergency
Disconnect when the door is open. Weak or broken spring(s) may
allow the door to fall rapidly, causing a severe or fatal injury.
7. KEEP THE GARAGE DOOR PROPERLY BALANCED. See the owner’s
manual included with the door. An improperly balanced door could
cause a severe or fatal injury. Have a qualified service person make
repairs to the cables, spring assemblies, and other hardware.
8.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
Door activation:
Upon activation by either the wall station Up/Down button, transmitter or
wireless keyless entry, the door will move in the following manner:
1. If open, the door will close. If closed, the door will open.
2. If closing, the door will stop. Next activation will open.
3. If opening, the door will stop. Next activation will close.
4. If an obstruction is contacted or the safety sensor beam is interrupted while closing, the door will reverse and the light will flash.
5. If an obstruction is encountered while opening, the door will stop and the light will flash. The next activation will close the door.
6. The Infrared Safety Sensor uses an invisible beam which, when broken by an obstruction, causes a closing door to reverse, prevents an open door from closing and causes the light to flash.
WARNING
ALWAYS KEEP MOVING DOOR IN SIGHT AND KEEP PEOPLE AND
OBJECTS AWAY UNTIL IT IS COMPLETELY CLOSED. TO PREVENT A
SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY, AVOID STANDING IN A OPEN DOOR WAY
OR WALKING THROUGH THE DOORWAY WHILE THE DOOR IS
MOVING.
WARNING
NEVER LET CHILDREN OPERATE DOOR OR PLAY WITH THE DOOR
CONTROLS. KEEP REMOTE CONTROLS AWAY FROM CHILDREN.
FATAL INJURY COULD RESULT SHOULD A CHILD BECOME TRAPPED
BETWEEN THE DOOR AND FLOOR.
WARNING
KEEP THE GARAGE DOOR PROPERLY BALANCED. AN IMPROPERLY
BALANCED DOOR COULD CAUSE SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY. HAVE A
QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSON MAKE ADJUSTMENTS/REPAIRS TO
CABLES, SPRING ASSEMBLIES, AND OTHER HARDWARE.
Emergency Disconnect:
WARNING
The door should be fully closed when activating the
emergency release disconnect. Weak or broken springs
could allow an open door to fall rapidly possibly
causing severe or fatal injury.
The opener is equipped with an emergency release recessed trolley type
disconnect system, enabling manual operation of the garage door during
power failure. The trolley is disconnected from the chain by pulling down on
the red release knob, allowing the garage door to be operated manually. Do
not use the manual release knob to pull the door open or closed. The trolley
will automatically reconnect when power is restored and door is activated. If
emergency release is used, close door before operating opener.
NOTE: Outside keylock emergency releases are an available accessory and
are recommended for garages without a service entrance.
HOW THE LIGHT WORKS AND WHAT IT MEANS WHEN IT FLASHES:
1. Overhead light automatically turns on when opener is activated and remains on for 4 minutes for convenience and safety.
2. The light will flash if opener senses an obstruction in the up or down direction, to warn you of a problem. It will continue flashing for 1 minute, and then shut off.
If the light begins to flash and the door moves a short distance and then
reverses from a wall station button, transmitter or keyless entry, the external
safety sensor device is activated or defective. To temporarily override safety
sensor device and close door, activate wall station up/down button, keeping
button depressed; opener will begin in down direction. The button must
remain depressed until cycle is completed. If the button is released before
cycle is completed, the door will reverse and come to full up position.
Problems in the safety system should be corrected by a qualified service
person.
NOTE: A fully open door with a blinking light indicates an obstruction or
problems with external safety sensors during close travel. See trouble
shooting section on page 34.
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Operation
WARNING
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE
INJURY OR DEATH:
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Operating the Wired Wall Station
Up-Down Button:
Momentarily pressing the Up/Down button starts or stops door
movement or changes door’s direction. Press and hold Up/Down button
during the door’s complete downward travel to override safety sensors.
WARNING
THE SEVERE OUT-OF-BALANCE CONDITIONS MUST BE CORRECTED
IMMEDIATELY. FAILURE TO MAKE ADJUSTMENTS/REPAIRS, COULD
RESULT IN SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY.
Light Button:
Momentarily pressing the light button turns on the convenience light.
The light will remain on until either the light button is pressed again or
the door is activated. The light automatically turns on with a door
activation and remains on for 4 minutes. Pressing the light button
before the 4 minutes has elapsed will turn off the light. While the door
is in motion, the light button functions identically as the Up/Down
button, stopping or reversing the door immediately.
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Customizing the Settings
Multi-Door Programming:
Momentarily pressing the button programmed in the transmitter
programming step activates the door. Other buttons can also be
programmed to activate different doors, for multi-door installations.
Each button or a combination of two buttons pressed simultaneously
can be programmed to activate a different door. Only one button at a
time can be programmed to activate a specific opener. The transmitter
LED will light while any transmitter button remains pressed.
Opener Controls
The program button located on the right side of the opener has several
functions.
1. Pressing the program button once, will make the status light and overhead lamp turn on steady. This mode allows
programming of transmitters and wireless keyless entry
(see pages 19 and 32).
Program
Button
STATUS
PROGRAM
3. Pressing and holding the program button for 10 seconds
will erase all transmitters and wireless keyless entry from memory. The status light and over head light will blink 3 times indicating a successful erase operation.
Program Status
LED
Bottom Of Opener
SW
2. Pressing the program button three times will make the status light and overhead lamp blink on and off with a long pause at each blink cycle. This mode allows programming of the opening force (see page 31).
Right Side Of Opener
FORCE ADJ.
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Closing
Force
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Primary Programming for HomeLink® to the Classicdrive®
NOTE: This step can only be done on automobiles equipped with the
HomeLink® System.
NOTE: Programming HomeLink® requires a Wayne-Dalton
Transmitter that is programmed to the opener (transmitter(s) supplied with the opener, come pre-programmed from the factory). Any
additional transmitter(s) will need to be programmed to the opener, see
page 32.
Important: Use the programming instructions provided with your
vehicle first. Follow these instructions if the HomeLink® unit does not
learn the transmitter, when using the vehicle’s instructions.
NOTE: If Primary Programming does not work then use the Alternate
Procedure on next page.
Note: Vehicle may need to be in accessory position when
programming. Check car owner’s manual.
Note: HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Johnson Controls.
Programming/Training HomeLink® Unit
WARNING
GARAGE DOOR MAY OPERATE DURING PROGRAMMING. TO AVOID
POSSIBLE SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY, PLACE THE EMERGENCY
DISCONNECT HANDLE IN THE MANUAL OPERATED POSITION.
1. Pull the manual disconnect to put the opener in the disengaged
position.
2. Verify the HomeLink® unit has an empty channel press the desired
HomeLink® button and observe the indicator light if it flashes slowly,
the channel is empty and ready for programming. If pressing the
desired channel/button causes the indicator light to blink rapidly, or
come on without blinking this channel is already programmed. You
either need to choose a different channel/button on the HomeLink®, or
perform Step 3 below.
3. OPTIONAL – To completely clear all channels on the HomeLink®
unit, press and hold the two outside buttons on the HomeLink® unit
until the HomeLink® indicator light begins to flash rapidly (approx. 20
seconds), then release both buttons. (Do not perform this step to train
additional hand-held transmitters.) Note: This operation erases all
previously learned transmitters and you will need to re-teach any other
transmitters to your HomeLink® unit.
4. Hold the end of the Wayne-Dalton hand-held transmitter
approximately 1 to 3 inches away from the HomeLink® surface keeping
the HomeLink® indicator light in view.
5. Press and hold the desired HomeLink® channel/button indicator light
should flash slowly (indicating empty channel). Continue holding the
HomeLink® button, and press and hold the large button (“U” Models) or
desired button (“A”, “C” or “R” models) on the Wayne-Dalton
transmitter for approximately 3-5 seconds. The HomeLink® indicator
light should now blink rapidly, indicating a successful learn operation.
Release both buttons. Verify transmitter has been learned by pressing
the HomeLink® button used to learn the transmitter; HomeLink®
indicator light will come on without flashing or flash rapidly indicating a
successful learn. Proceed to step 6 below. Note: If this procedure is
unsuccessful perform Alternate procedure.
Teaching HomeLink® to the opener
6. Press and release the program switch on the opener. The red
program status light on the opener and light will turn on and remain lit
for one minute, indicating that it is ready to learn.
7. Press the HomeLink® button used in Step 5 above for 1 to 3
seconds. The program status light and convenience light on the opener
will turn on and off three times indicating a successful learn.
8. Press the HomeLink® button once more to operate the door. The
opener will activate and the trolley will travel towards open, the next
activation will cause the trolley to travel to the closed position and
reengage, subsequent operations will move the door.
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Operation
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Alternate Programming for HomeLink® to the Classicdrive®
NOTE: This Step can only be done on automobiles equipped with the
HomeLink® System.
Programming/Training HomeLink® Unit
WARNING
NOTE: Programming HomeLink® requires a Wayne-Dalton
Transmitter that is programmed to the opener (transmitter(s) supplied with the opener, come pre-programmed from the factory). Any
additional transmitter(s) will need to be programmed to the opener, see
page 32.
GARAGE DOOR MAY OPERATE DURING PROGRAMMING. TO AVOID
POSSIBLE SEVERE OR FATAL INJURY, PLACE THE EMERGENCY
DISCONNECT HANDLE IN THE MANUAL OPERATED POSITION.
IMPORTANT: Use the programming instructions provided with your
vehicle first. Follow these instructions if the HomeLink® unit does not
learn the transmitter, when using the vehicle’s instructions.
2. Press and hold the two outside buttons on the HomeLink® unit until
the HomeLink® indicator light begins to flash rapidly (approx. 20
seconds), then release both buttons. (Do not perform this step to train
additional hand-held transmitters.) Note: This operation erases all
previously learned transmitters and that you need to re-teach any other
transmitters to your HomeLink® unit by repeating steps 3 - 6 below.
Note: Vehicle may need to be in accessory position when
programming. Check car owner’s manual.
Note: HomeLink® is a registered trademark of Johnson Controls.
1. Pull the manual disconnect to put the opener in the disengaged
position.
3. Hold the end of the Wayne-Dalton hand-held transmitter
approximately 1 to 3 inches away from the HomeLink® surface
keeping the HomeLink® indicator light in view.
4. Press and hold the Wayne-Dalton hand-held transmitter’s large
center button. The transmitter’s red indicator light will turn on. After 10
seconds the red indicator light will blink rapidly. Do not release the
button and proceed to the next step.
5. Press the desired HomeLink® button. Do not release either button
until step 6 has been completed. Note: It is important to immediately
press the HomeLink® button as soon as the transmitter’s red indicator
light blinks. If the red indicator light subsequently turns on or off ignore
it, this is normal.
6. The HomeLink® indicator light will be blinking during the training
operation. When the HomeLink® indicator light flashes rapidly or turns
off (approx. 5 to 60 seconds), both buttons may be released. The
HomeLink® indicator light flashing rapidly or turning off indicates
successful programming of the new frequency signal. Verify transmitter
has been learned by pressing the HomeLink® button used to learn the
transmitter; HomeLink® indicator light will come on without flashing or
flash rapidly indicating a successful learn.
Teaching HomeLink® to the opener
7. Press the program switch on the opener. The red program status
light on the opener and light will turn on and remain lit for one minute,
indicating that it is ready to learn.
8. Press the HomeLink® button used in Step 5 above for 1 to 3
seconds. The program status light on the opener will turn on and off
three times indicating a successful learn.
9. Press the HomeLink® the opener will activate and the trolley will
travel towards open, the next activation will cause the trolley to travel to
the closed position and reengage, subsequent operations will move the
door.
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Adjustments
STATUS
NOTE: Do not stand under door
during this test.
PROGRAM
CLOSING FORCE ADJUSTMENT
To help determine that the closing door force is not excessive, grasp
the door handle or bottom edge during downward travel. The opener
should REVERSE to this force.
FORCE ADJ.
SW
To adjust the closing force follow
one of the two methods listed
below.
Method A (manual)
1. Turn the FORCE ADJ. counter
clockwise to decrease force and reversal test until door reacts properly.
Program Status
LED
Program
Button
Closing Force
Adjustment
repeat
Method B (computer assisted)
1. Operate the door to the fully open position.
2. Turn the FORCE ADJ. counter clockwise to the minimal force setting.
3. Press the PROGRAM button two times until the LED turns on solid (5 sec.). The STATUS LED and the overhead lamp will flash on and off at a slow rate.
4. Operate the door to the fully closed position.
5. Turn the FORCE ADJ. clockwise until the STATUS LED flickers or just turns off.
6. Press the PROGRAM button once to confirm setting.
OPENING FORCE ADJUSTMENT
To determine that the opening force is not excessive, grasp the door
handle or bottom edge during upward travel. If the opener does not
stop or is hard to hold, decrease the open force setting. The opener
should STOP without using excessive force.
Adjustment # 2 Contact Obstruction Sensing
(Closing Direction)
The opener is designed to automatically reverse the door during
closing travel whenever it comes in contact with a 2 x 4 laid flat on
the floor. An object on the floor with a height less than 1-1/2” will not
cause the door to reverse. (Test according to instructions in Step 24.)
If opener reverses properly with a 2 x 4 laid flat on the garage floor
(Step 24) and stops without the solid test object in the fully closed
position, proceed to Adjustment # 3.
When door comes in contact with a 2 x 4 laid flat on the garage floor
and stops instead of reversing, reset the door close limits according to
instruction in Step 22, adjusting until door reverses upon contact with a
2 x 4 laid flat on the garage floor.
If door reverses when it comes in contact with the floor, reset the door
close limits according to instruction in Step 22.
Adjustment # 3 Positive Mechanical Door Lock
The garage door opener is designed with an automatic mechanical
locking system. This lock secures the door in the fully closed
position.
To adjust, activate the door opener and allow the door to go to its fully
closed position. Loosen the two screws on the rail stop and move it
behind the latch assembly with a gap of 3/4” between “stop” and
“latch”. Retighten screws.
Screws
3/4”
Rail “Stop”
“LATCH”
To change the opening force follow the procedure listed below.
1. Operate the door to the fully closed position.
2. Press the PROGRAM button three times. The STATUS LED and the overhead lamp will flash on and off. The blink rate, which corresponds to the force setting, will consist of 1 to 5 fast blinks followed with a long pause between blink sequences.
3. The first time an attempt is made to increase the force, the setting will begin at the lightest setting (1 blink).
4. To increase the force, press and release the door up/down button on any control (The STATUS LED will remain lit during button press).
5. Continue to press and release the door button until the desired force setting is achieved.
6. Press the PROGRAM button once to confirm setting.
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Operation
Adjustment # 1 Opening and Closing Force
This garage door opener is built with a safety system that allows the
door to reverse when closing and stop when opening. This must be
adjusted so your opener does not use excessive force in the down
direction or react to the weight of the door during upward travel.
None
WARNING
Right Side Of Opener
During programming the garage door
may operate. Keep people and objects
clear of the moving door to prevent
door damage or possible personal
injury.
Program Status
LED
Program
Button
FORCE ADJ.
transmitters and 2 keyless entries. If a 9th remote is
programmed the first remote programmed will be lost
from memory. The same is true if a third keyless entry
is programmed, the first will no longer be in memory
and will not operate the opener.
PROGRAM
Note: The opener can be activated by up to 8 remote
STATUS
Tools Needed:
Programming Transmitter(s) to Opener
SW
I
Note: Do not press any button on the transmitter
until instructed.
Transmitter:
1.Press and release the PROGRAM button located
on the garage door opener. The red PROGRAM
STATUS light on the opener unit and the overhead
lamp will turn on and remain lit for one minute, indicating activation of the learn mode.
2. Press one of the buttons on the transmitter you
wish to use to operate the door. The PROGRAM
STATUS light on the opener and the overhead light
will turn on and off three times indicating a successful learn.
Large Button
LED
3. Press the same button on the transmitter once
more to confirm operation. The opener will turn on
and move the door.
Transmitter
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Maintenance
Twice a Year:
Check chain tension. If chain rests on bottom of rail, adjust tension by
2. Inspect the door for loose fasteners, worn or frayed counterbalance turning the two chain adjusting nuts at the end of the rails
cables and the presence of legible safety labels/ tags. Have repairs (opposite the opener end) clockwise. Make sure to adjust both nuts
made by a qualified service person. Contact customer assistance equal amounts and until chain is approximately 1/2” above the bottom
of rails when measured in the middle of the rails.
for free replacement safety labels/ tags.
Monthly Maintenance:
1. Lubricate hinges and rollers of garage door.
4. Perform the contact/obstruction tests. See Steps 24 and 25 for the
contact/obstruction test instructions. If door/opener fails contact/
obstruction test reset the door close limits according to the
instructions in Step 22, adjusting until door reverses on contact with
a 2 x 4 board laid flat on the garage floor. If opener still fails, have a
qualified service person make adjustments/repairs or this could
result in severe or fatal injury.
5. Failure of door/opener to respond to transmitter or wireless keyless
entry may be due to a weak or dead battery. Press and hold the
activation button on either the transmitter or the wall station. If the
LED does not light, this is an indication that the battery is weak or
dead. Replace the battery.
Battery Replacement for Transmitter:
Insert a coin in the coin slot of the transmitter and twist coin to access
the dead battery. Replace the batteries, being careful to match the
positive (+) symbols on the circuit boards with the battery; snap case
back together.
Note: Transmitters use two CR2016 or equivalent batteries.
Note: Dispose of dead batteries properly.
Battery Replacement for Wireless Keyless Entry:
To change batteries, snap open case with a coin and remove old
batteries. Replace the batteries, being careful to match the positive
(+) symbols on the circuit boards with the battery; snap case back
together.
Note: Keyless entries use two CR2032 or equivalent batteries.
Note: Dispose of dead batteries properly.
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Maintenance/ Troubleshooting
3. With door fully closed, pull down on the emergency disconnect to
manually operate the door. If the door feels unbalanced or binds,
have a qualified service person make necessary adjustments or
repairs to the door.
Troubleshooting
SYMPTOM
Opener won’t work from wall button or radio control.
PROBABLE CAUSE
CORRECTIVE ACTION
No power to opener.
Check cord to outlet, wall switch and circuit breaker.
Short circuit in wires to opener or wall button.
Isolate by disconnecting the wires at the opener from the wall
station.
Motor Protector trips open due to excessive use.
Allow motor to cool for 20 minutes and try again.
Opener works from wall button but not from radio control.
Radio control system non-operational.
Weak or dead battery in transmitter replace.
Transmitter is not programmed to opener (see page 32).
If two or more transmitters don’t work, have motor control board
tested.
Door does not open and opener light flashes.
Something obstructing door travel.
Disconnect door from operator. Operate door by hand to locate
obstruction or call a service person.
Insufficient opening force.
Adjust opening force. (See Adj. #1 on page 31).
Build up of ice and snow around door.
Shovel and clear door area.
Door does not open fully and light does not flash.
Open limit not set properly.
Adjust open travel with screwdriver, turn counter-clockwise to
desired setting. 1/4 turn equals to 1” of travel (see Step 23).
Door stops and does not close fully.
Close limit not set properly.
Adjust close travel with screwdriver, turn clockwise to desired
setting. 1/4 turn equals 1” of travel (See Step 22).
Door closes and then returns to fully open position and
opener light flashes.
Door arm adjustment.
Adjust door arm (See Step 20 and 21).
Close travel adjustment is set beyond normal door position.
Adjust close travel with screwdriver, turn counter-clockwise to
desired setting. 1/4 turn equals 1” of travel (See Step 22).
Obstructions on floor.
Check for stones or ice under door and remove.
Insufficient down force
Adjust Downforce. Insure obstruction testing is tested whenever
downforce is changed.
When activated with door in fully open position, door travels
for 1 second or less, stops, and returns to fully open position
and light begins to flash.
Door reverses travel before reaching fully closed position
and opener light flashes.
Door fully opens and then light flashes.
Infrared safety sensors out of adjustment or defective.
Infrared safety sensors alignment should be checked per
instructions. (See Step 19).
Obstructions in door opening.
Check for object blocking Infrared safety sensors.
Activation of obstruction sensing system.
Check for binding in door travel (door “stops”, door tracks, etc).
Loose or hanging objects on door activating Infrared safety
sensor.
Remove objects.
Insufficient closing force.
Adjust closing force. (See Adj. #1 on page 31).
Open limit is set too high and trolley is hitting the stop bolt.
Adjust open travel with screwdriver, turn clockwise to desired
setting. 1/4 turn equals to 1” of travel (see Step 23).
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Parts Breakdown Rail Assembly - All Models
9
22
3
30
22
7b
3
1e
7a
1d
12
22
c
4
2b
13
13
29
22
10
23
14a
20
2a
22
11a
26
25
4
26
22
11b
14b
18a 18b
21
8
24
5
19
1a
31
24
15
6
8
1b
32
28
22
22
17
26
16
27
#.
Part # Description
# Per Unit #.
Part #
Description
# Per Unit
1a.
296125
Motor Head Rail Angle, R.H.
1
14b.
320696
Front Bracket - Belt
1
1b.
296126
Motor Head Rail Angle, L.H.
1
15.
220956
Door Bracket
1
1c.
296127
Intermediate Rail Angle
2
16.
326207
Hairpin Cotter
1
1d.
296128
Front Rail Angle, R.H.
1
17.
326206
5/16” x 1-1/4” Multi-grip Clevis Pin
1
1e.
296129
Front Rail Angle, L.H.
1
18a.
325022
Sprocket Coupling w/ Bushing - Chain
1
2a.
324527
Trolley Assembly - Chain
1
18b.
325687
Sprocket Coupling w/ Bushing - Belt
1
2b.
320697
Trolley Assembly - Belt
1
19.
252106
Sprocket Base Assembly
1
3.
309960
Chain Latch Assembly
1
20.
251228
5/16” - 18 x 2” Hex Bolts
2
4.
324273
Door Arm (Upper)
1
21.
221014
Spacer Tubes
2
5.
324272
Door Arm (Lower)
1
22.
220999
5/16” - 18 KEP Nut
As Req.
6.
308967
1/4” - 20 x 3/4” Machine Bolt
2
23.
157143
Red Release Knob
1
7a.
220966
Chain, 7’
1
24.
157665
Adjusting Nuts
2
7b.
320700
Belt, 7’
1
25.
324270
Sprocket Cap Assembly
1
8.
157510
Motor Head Mounting Screw 1/4” -20 x 5/8”
4
26.
157600
5/16” - 18 x 1/2” Self Clinching Bolt
3
9.
296130
Splice Bracket
2
27.
324200
Nylon Shoulder Bushing
1
10.
294674
Rail Stop w/ Set Screw
1
28.
157561
Locking Nuts
2
11a.
318113
Chain Idler Assembly
1
29.
157602
5/16” - 18 x 1/2” Carriage Bolts
As Req.
11b.
320704
Belt Idler Assembly
1
30.
309907
5/16” - 18 x 1/2” Flathead Carriage Bolts
As Req.
12.
220959
Front Wall Bracket
1
31.
320693
Tension Springs - Belt
2
13.
157559
1/4” - 20 x 4” Hex Head Bolt w/ Lock Nut
1
32.
324200
Nylon Shoulder Bushing - Belt
2
14a.
220958
Front Bracket - Chain
1
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Parts Breakdown
4
Parts Breakdown Opener Assembly And Accessories - All Models
4
12
13
15
8
5
1
16
15
3
17
7
14
19
15
29
30
11
22
21
23
18
9
24
10
20
30
31
6
25
27
2
26
28
#.
Part #
Description
# Per Unit #.
Part #
Description
# Per Unit
1.
157167
Frame
1
16.
301675
Capacitor Clamp
1
2.
325017
Motor 1/2 HP
1
17.
157166
Wired Sensor Mounting Bracket
2
3.
306131
Motor Control Board
1
18.
157165
Wired Sensor Sliding Bracket
2
4.
306364
Power Supply Cord
1
19.
318873
Infrared Safety Sensors - Pair
1
5.
260570
Capacitor 1/2 H.P.
1
20.
252092
Limit Assembly (Includes Items #10, 26 & 27)
1
6.
306486
Wiring Harness
1
21.
249321
LED Interrupter
1
7.
269028
Light Socket
1
22.
260556
Limit Driver Gear
1
8.
260552
Lens
1
23.
157039
Interrupter Disk
1
9.
252994
MOV Surge Suppressor
1
24.
260557
Shaft, Limit Driver
1
10.
252993
Limit Switch
1
25.
157055
Limit Adjuster
2
11.
325567
Sub-Frame
1
26.
306134
5 Button Wireless Keyless Entry
1
12.
325067
End Cap (Blue)
1
27.
309961
Wired Deluxe Wall station
1
325093
End Cap (Black)
1
28.
312962
3 Button Mini Transmitter
1 or 2
325066
Housing (Blue)
1
29.
157066
Hex Nut #10-32
3
13.
325092
Housing (Black)
1
30.
157585
Lock Washer # 10
6
14.
325020
Gear Driven
1
31.
157496
Nylon Motor Spacer
3
15.
251248
Screw 1/4”-20x3/8”
7
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Classicdrive® Accessories
Three Button Mini / Visor
Transmitter
Controls up to 6 doors or wireless accessories.
Includes visor clip.
Wired Deluxe Wall Station
Allows independent door up/down control and
overhead light on/off control.
Wireless Keyless Entry
Illuminated 10-digit numeric keypad which allows
the operation of the garage door opener from
outside by entering a programmable personal code
on a keypad. Can be programmed to hundreds of
doors.
Key Cable Outside Disconnect
Recommended for all vault type garages without an
access door
Outside Key Switch
Used to open the door automatically from outside the
garage whenever the remote control is not available.
Shipped with 2 keys.
Wire Spool
80ft. 22 gauge, 2 conductor polarized. UL listed
(CL-2, 75deg. C.).
Wired Infrared Safety Sensors
Reversing sensors communicate with door opener
via direct wire connections to detect obstructions in
path of door and reacts by reversing door.
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LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY
Wayne-Dalton Corp. (The Manufacturer) warrants that the Classicdrive® Garage Door Opener’s electronic components (excluding motor)
will be free from defects in materials and workmanship for a period of FIVE YEARS (All Models) and mechanical components (excluding
motor) for a period of TEN YEARS (Models 3018, 3522) and fifteen YEARS (Models 3018DLX, 3522DLX) from the date of installation,
provided it is properly installed, maintained and cared for under specified use and service.
The Motor has an Extended Lifetime Limited Warranty (All Models) against defects in materials and workmanship. Batteries are not warranted.
This Limited Warranty extends to the original homeowner, providing the Classicdrive® Garage Door Opener is installed in his/her place of
primary residence. This Limited Warranty is not transferable. The Limited Warranty applies to residential property only.
NO EMPLOYEE, DISTRIBUTOR, OR REPRESENTATIVE IS AUTHORIZED TO CHANGE THE FOREGOING LIMITED WARRANTY IN ANY WAY OR
GRANT ANY OTHER WARRANTY ON BEHALF OF MANUFACTURER.
The Manufacturer shall not be responsible for any damage resulting to or caused by its products by reason of installation, improper storage, unauthorized service, alteration of products, neglect or abuse, any acts of nature beyond Manufacturer’s control (such as, but not
limited to, lightning, power surges, water damage, etc.), or attempt to use the products for other than the customary usage or for their
intended purposes. The above Limited Warranty does not cover normal wear or any damage beyond Manufacturer’s control. This Limited
Warranty does not cover field replacement labor.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY COVERS A CONSUMER PRODUCT AS DEFINED BY THE MAGNUSON-MOSS WARRANTY ACT. NO WARRANTIES,
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO, THE WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR
PURPOSE), SHALL EXTEND BEYOND THE APPLICABLE TIME PERIOD STATED IN BOLD FACE TYPE ABOVE.
Claims for defects in material and workmanship covered by this Limited Warranty shall be made in writing, within the warranty period, to
the dealer from whom the product was purchased. Manufacturer may either send a service representative or have the product returned
to the Manufacturer at Buyer’s expense for inspection. If judged by Manufacturer to be defective in material or workmanship, the product
will be replaced or repaired at the option of the Manufacturer, free from all charges except authorized transportation and replacement
labor. Replacement unit may be an equivalent model that has been factory refurbished. Remainder of original Limited Warranty period will
apply to repair/replacement unit.
THE REMEDIES OF BUYER SET FORTH HEREIN ARE EXCLUSIVE AND ARE IN LIEU OF ALL OTHER REMEDIES, THE LIABILITY OF MANUFACTURER, WHETHER IN CONTACT, TORT, UNDER ANY WARRANTY OR OTHERWISE, SHALL NOT EXTEND BEYOND ITS OBLIGATION TO
REPAIR OR REPLACE, AT ITS OPTION, ANY PRODUCT OR PART FOUND BY MANUFACTURER TO BE DEFECTIVE IN MATERIAL OR WORK
SHALL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES OF ANY NATURE.
This Limited Warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights, which may vary from state to state. However, some
states do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages
so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
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Cut-Out Template to Aid Installation
Pre-drill 5/64” pilot hole
5 Button
Keyless Entry Template
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Patent Information
Models: 3018, 3018DLX, 3522, 3522DLX
Covered by one or more of the following U.S. patents: D413,055; D413,579; D413,867; D421,031; D505,393; 5,929,580; 5,931,212; 6,078,249; 6,145,570; 6,161,438;
6,164,014; 6,325,134; 6,326,751; 6,326,754; 6,401,792; D413,055; D413,579; D413,867; D421,031; D472,568; D472,910; D473,573; D473,574; D505,393; 5,929,580;
5,931,212; 6,078,249; 6,161,438; 6,145,570; 6,164,014; 6,325,134; 6,326,751; 6,326,754; 6,401,792; 6,561,255; 6,561,256; 6,568,454; 6,588,156; 6,605,910; 6,667,591;
6,739,372; 6,845,804; 6,851,465; 6,873,127; 6,880,609; 6,903,650 Other U.S. and foreign patents pending.
FCC and IC Statement
FCC Regulatory Information:
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful
interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
IC Regulatory Information:
This Class B digital apparatus meets all requirements of the Canadian Interference Causing Equipment Regulations. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
NOTE: This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio
communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television
reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: Reorient or
relocate the receiving antenna. Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is
connected. Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
WARNING: Changes or modifications to this unit not expressly approved by party responsible for compliance could void user’s authority to operate this equipment.
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