Celestron SPX900 Camcorder User Manual

A L W AY S AT Y O U R C O M M A N D
Models 1022/1024/1042
GARAGE DOOR OPENERS
Installer:
Leave this manual
with homeowner.
Includes INTELLICODE® Remote Control
Safe-T-Beam® System must be installed to close door.
For use only with sectional doors. Your Residential
Opener comes with a Rail Assembly which is standard
for up to a 7 foot high door.
Homelink® and Car2U® compatible
For Answers and Assistance:
1.800.354.3643
Homelink® is a registered trademark of
Johnson Controls Technology Company.
®
Car2U is a registered trademark of
Lear Corporation.
© The Genie Company 2010.
X900-745
PN# 3642036534, 5/18/2011 REV.2
or visit www.geniecompany.com
SAVE THIS MANUAL FOR FUTURE REFERENCE
SAFETY INFORMATION
OVERVIEW OF POTENTIAL HAZARDS
READ THIS SAFETY INFORMATION
Garage doors are large, heavy objects that move with the help of springs under high tension and electric motors. Since moving
objects, springs under tension, and electric motors can cause injuries, your safety and the safety of others depend on the owner or
user of this system to read, understand and implement the information in this manual. If you have questions or do NOT
understand the information presented, contact The Genie Company or an authorized Genie® Dealer.
The safety alert symbol and following signal words DANGER, WARNING, and CAUTION are used throughout this manual to call
attention to and identify different levels of hazard and special instructions.
This is the safety alert symbol. This symbol is placed next to signal words and messages to help you identify
important safety information
The word:
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if NOT avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if NOT avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if NOT avoided, may result in injury or property damage.
The word NOTE is used to indicate important steps to be followed, important considerations, or location of parts.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
POTENTIAL
HAZARD
EFFECT
PREVENTION
Keep people clear of opening while door is moving.
WARNING:
Do NOT allow children to play with the door operator.
Could result in Death
or Serious Injury
Do NOT operate a door that jams or one that has a broken spring.
MOVING DOOR
Turn OFF power before removing operator cover.
WARNING:
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
Could result in Death
or Serious Injury
WARNING:
Could result in Death
or Serious Injury
2
HIGH
SPRING
TENSION
When replacing cover, make sure wires are not pinched or near
moving parts.
Operator must be properly grounded.
Do NOT try to remove, install, repair or adjust springs or anything to
which door spring parts are fastened, such as, wood blocks, steel
brackets, cables or other like items.
Installations, repairs and adjustments must be done by a trained door
system technician using proper tools and instructions.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
OPENER FEATURES
SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE
SAFETY INFORMATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
OPENER FEATURES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
SAFETY FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
PRE-INSTALLATION CHECK LIST . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
RECOMMENDED TOOLS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
PARTS IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7
INTELLICODE® Rolling Code Security System.
An electronic rolling code system that enhances the security of
the door opener by continuously changing the access code
each time the remote control is used. The door opener
responds to each new code only once. An access code copied
from a working system and tried again will not control the door
opener.
Lighted Wall Console*
Operates door opener from inside garage.
(Refer to section 3)
KEY ILLUSTRATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
SAFETY INSTALLATION INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
and Car2U® compatible.
INSTALLATION
1 OPENER ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9-11
2 INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12-14
Follow the Homelink® or Car2U® instructions in your car
owner’s manual.
3 WALL BUTTON INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-16
4 SAFE-T-BEAM® SYSTEM INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . 17-18
5 CONNECTING TO POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
ADJUSTMENTS
SAFETY FEATURES
6 LIMIT SWITCHES & FORCE ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . 20-22
KEYED EMERGENCY RELEASE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
CONTACT REVERSE TEST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
7 PROGRAMMING REMOTE CONTROLS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
8 BATTERY/VISOR CLIP INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
9 LIGHT BULB AND LENS INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING
10 ROUTINE MONTHLY MAINTENANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE - OPENER. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE - POWER HEAD LED . . . . . 28
TRANSMITTER COMPLIANCE STATEMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Safe-T-Beam® Non-Contact Reversing System**.
Puts an invisible beam across the door opening. The door stops
and reverses to the full open position if anything passes
through the beam. Red or green LED indicator lights on the
power head provide a self diagnostic code if an operational
problem exists. (Refer to Section 10.)
Safe-T-Reverse® Contact Reversing System.
Automatically stops and reverses a closing door within 2
seconds of contact with an object. (Refer to Section 6.)
Safe-T-Stop® Timed Reversed System.
Automatically opens a closing door if it fails to close completely
within 30 seconds.
Watch Dog™ Monitoring System.
Monitors the Safe-T-Beam® system to ensure proper functionality and will automatically stop and reverse a closing door if a
problem is detected.
Automatic Lighting System.
One bulb lighting supplies up to 75 watts of light for safer
evening exits and entries. Turns ON when door is activated and
automatically turns OFF 3 minutes later.
Manual Emergency Release.
Manually releases door from door opener. Use during a power
failure or other emergency to allow manual opening and closing
of door. (Refer to Section 6.)
*Opener MUST be installed with the
included Wall Console.
**Safe-T-Beam® Safety Reverse System
MUST be installed to close door.
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PRE-INSTALLATION CHECK LIST
FOR HELP-1.800.354.3643 OR WWW.GENIECOMPANY.COM
Things to consider if you are planning to "Do-it-yourself."
This opener is designed for use with SECTIONAL doors only.
In many cases you will be replacing an existing door opener with a new one, however, if this
will be the first opener installed there are some pre-installation issues which need to be
addressed. They are as follows:
The Genie Company recommends that you read and fully understand all information and
instructions contained herein before choosing a "Do-it-yourself" installation. Any
questions should be directed to The Genie Company or an authorized Genie® Dealer.
(The issue numbers below refer to the circled numbers in the illustrations on page 5.)
Check your ceiling where the power
head of your new unit will be mounted.
Plan how you will be mounting the power head.
It is possible that ceiling joists may not be in the
position needed with respect to the garage door
opener. It may be necessary to add an
additional bracket and fasteners (not included
with your new door opener kit).
(Refer to Section 2.)
1
Check the wall directly above the garage
door. The door opener’s header bracket
must be securely fastened to this wall. Insure
that the structure will provide a strong mounting
location. (Refer to Section 2.)
2
3
Check to see if the mounting location
for the Safe-T-Beam® System is clear from
obstruction and has a wood surface available
for attaching the mounting brackets. The
brackets may be attached to concrete if necessary
but extra tools and special fasteners (not supplied)
will be required. (Refer to Section 4 and 5.)
You need a properly grounded 110-120 Volt
power supply available. The outlet should be
no more than 3 feet from the power head once it is
mounted. (Refer to Section 5.)
5
WARNING
DO NOT USE AN EXTENSION CORD!
DO NOT USE A PORTABLE GENERATOR! This
product is designed to operate on
standard house current.
DO NOT USE ALTERNATE POWER SUPPLIES.
6
To avoid damage to your door and/or
opener, make sure you disable and/or
remove any door locks, ropes, and/or cables
(NOT door lift cables) prior to installing your
opener. (Refer to Section 1.)
Remove
Remove
7
Insure that your door is properly balanced
and moving freely. (Refer to Section 2.)
NOTE: Mounting brackets must be installed
within code specifications.
Is your sectional garage door made of
aluminum, light-weight steel, fiberglass
or glass panels? Additional support bracing
must be added to these type doors. If this is the
case, please contact the door manufacturer or
authorized dealer so that they can furnish you
with a "bracing kit." (Refer to Section 2.)
4
WARNING
To reduce the risk of injury to persons or
damage to property - Use this opener only
with sectional doors.
4
WARNING
If your door jams, binds, is improperly
balanced or has a broken spring, have it
repaired or adjusted by a trained door system
technician. Door springs, cables, pulleys,
brackets and associated hardware are under
extreme tension and can cause serious injury
or death.
(NOT SHOWN) If your garage does not have
a separate entry door, you should consider
an emergency release kit (GER-2) for installation on
your garage door. (See emergency release kit
installation notes on page 21.)
8
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TYPICAL SECTIONAL DOOR INSTALLATION
5
1
Pg. 19
FOR HELP-1.800.354.3643 OR WWW.GENIECOMPANY.COM
Pg. 13
2
TYPICAL SUPPORT
BRACKET
(NOT PROVIDED)
Pg. 12-13
ADDED
HEADER BRACKET
MOUNTING BOARD
BRACES
POWER CORD
(APPROX. 45 IN.)
TO 120V GROUNDED
OUTLET
EXTENSION SPRING
OR
TORSION SPRING
4
NOTE: This opener is designed for
use with SECTIONAL doors only.
Pg. 14
Pg. 17-18
Pg. 17-18
6
3
3
Pg. 11
SAFE-T-BEAM®
MAX. 6"
MIN. 5"
7
Pg. 12
SECTIONAL DOOR
WARNING
To reduce the risk of injury to persons or
damage to property - Use this opener only
with sectional doors.
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RECOMMENDED TOOLS
FOR HELP-1.800.354.3643 OR WWW.GENIECOMPANY.COM
Pencil
3/16" Drill Bit
Carpenter’s level
Drill
Wire strippers
Adjustable wrench
Ratchet
Tape measure
Step ladder
Safety Glasses
Hammer
1/4", 7/16", 3/8" and
1/2" Sockets
Phillips screwdriver
PARTS IDENTIFICATION - Not Shown Full Size .
ARRANGING BOX CONTENTS FOR ASSEMBLY
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DISPOS CIÓN DEL CONTEN DO DE LA BOLSA PARA EL MONTA E
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Child can be pinned under automatic garage door.
Death or serious injury can result.
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‡ Never let ch ld use door opener controls.
‡ Always keep moving door in sight.
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Safety Brochures
Entrapment Warning
Label
Box Contents Sheet
Header Bracket
Safe-T-Beam® Source
with wire
(Red LED)
Door
Bracket
Safe-T-Beam® Sensor
with wire
(Green LED)
Three-button
Remote Control
Wire
Insulated Staple
Safe-T-Beam®
Source/Sensor Bracket
Rail Section Clamp
End Rail Section
Wall Console
Door Arm
Pro Rail (Chain) Section
Center Rail Section
OR
Head Rail (Belt) Section
Pro Rail (Belt) Section
6
Head Rail (Chain) Section
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© 999
FASTENERS - Shown Full size (See Parts List below for full description.)
BAG NO.
0
DESCRIPTION
QUANTITY
RAIL SECTION CLAMP
2
RAIL CLAMP BOLT – 5/16''-18 x 5/8''
8
HEX FLANGE NUT – 5/16''-18
8
1
BOLT – 5/16''-18 x 1/2''
3
2
CLEVIS PIN, LONG – 5/16" x 3"
1
COTTER PIN
1
HEADER BRACKET
1
LAG SCREW – 5/16'' x 2''
2
HEX BOLT – 5/16''-18 x 3/4''
5
HEX FLANGE NUT – 5/16''-18
5
LAG SCREW – 5/16'' x 2''
2
SELF DRILLING SCREW – 1/4''-20 x 3/4''
3
DOOR BRACKET
1
HEX BOLT – 5/16''-18 x 3/4''
3
SELF LOCKING NUT – 5/16''-18
1
HEX FLANGE NUT – 5/16''-18
2
CLEVIS PIN – 5/16" x 3/4"
1
COTTER PIN
1
WALL CONSOLE ASSEMBLY
1
PAN HEAD PHILLIPS SCREW – #4-24 x 1''
2
7
13 MM INSULATED STAPLE
30
8
Safe-T-Beam® SOURCE/SENSOR BRACKET
2
PHILLIPS HEX SCREW – #10-16 x 1- 1/4''
4
WIRE NUT (GREY)
4
REMOTE WITH BATTERY
1
Safe-T-Beam® SOURCE/SENSOR & WIRE SET
1
NO NUMBER
LIGHT COVER - WHITE
1
NO NUMBER
LIGHT COVER - COLOR
1
3
4
5
6
NO NUMBER
NO BAG
Rail Clamp Bolt - 5/16"-18 x 5/8"
#10-16 x 1-1/4" Phillips Hex Screw
#4-24 x 1" Pan Head
Phillips Screw
Lag screw - 5/16" x 2"
Wire Nut
Clevis pin, long 5/16" x 3"
Self Locking Nut
5/16"-18
Self-drilling Screw
1/4"-20 x 3/4"
Clevis pin
5/16" x 3/4"
Cotter pin
Hex Flange Nut
5/16"-18
Hex Bolt - 5/16"-18 x 3/4"
Hex Bolt - 5/16"-18 x 1/2"
Shoulder Bolt
5/16"-18 x 1"
Hex Flange Nut
1/4"-20
MISSING ANY PARTS? Please call toll free - 1.800.354.3643
DO NOT RETURN TO POINT OF PURCHASE.
IMPORTANT! - Information needed when calling
‡ Model number - (located on packaging)
‡ Store, city, state, and date of purchase
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1-PIECE RAIL HARDWARE ASSEMBLED VIEW
FOR HELP-1.800.354.3643 OR WWW.GENIECOMPANY.COM
Power Cord
Carriage Assembly
Rail with chain
Chain Connector
Power Head
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Header
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Clevis Pin, Long
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BELT
3-PIECE RAIL HARDWARE ASSEMBLED VIEW
Trolley Slide
Belt
Power Cord
Carriage Assembly
Rail with chain
Rail Clamps
Chain Connector
Power Head
Rail Clamp Bolts
CHAIN
Release
Knob
End Rail
Rail with belt
Rail Clamp Nuts
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IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING: To reduce the risk of severe injury or death:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY, INSTALLATION
AND OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS. (If you have
questions or do not understand an instruction, call The
Genie Company or an authorized Genie® Dealer.)
2. Install only on a properly balanced sectional garage door.
An improperly balanced door could cause severe injury.
Have a trained door system technician make repairs or
adjustments to cables, spring assemblies, and other
hardware before installing the opener.
3. Remove all ropes and remove or make inoperative all
locks connected to the garage door before installing opener.
4. Where possible, install the door opener 7 feet or more
above the floor. For products having an emergency
release, mount the emergency release within reach, but at
least 6 feet above the floor and avoiding contact with
vehicles to avoid accidental release.
1
PENER ASSEMBLY
5. Do NOT connect the opener to source of power
until instructed to do so.
6. Locate the control button:
‡ Within sight of door,
‡ At minimum height of 5 feet so small children are not
able to reach it, and
‡ Away from all moving parts of the door.
7. Install the Entrapment WARNING Label next to the Wall
Control button in a prominent location. Install the
Emergency Release Tag on or next to the emergency
release.
8. After installing the opener, the door must reverse within
2 seconds when it contacts a 1-1/2 inch high object (or a
2 x 4 board laid flat) on the floor.
FOR HELP-1.800.354.3643 OR WWW.GENIECOMPANY.COM
RAIL ASSEMBLY: Use a clean, flat surface.
NOTE: For 1-piece rail—skip to POWER HEAD &
RAIL ASSEMBLY.
WARNING
To reduce the risk of injury to persons or
damage to property - Use this opener only
with sectional doors.
#4
CAUTION
Do NOT run until opener is fully assembled and
instructed to do so.
NOTE: Three (3) piece rail assemblies are for a 7
foot high door.
Clear a workspace area to unpack and organize box
and contents for assembly.
1. There are 4 boxes inside the carton. Each box is
numbered 1 - 4. Note that some openers will
contain the same parts and be packaged with
fewer boxes. Carefully remove the three
internal boxes (Labeled #1, 2, and 3) and place
them on the floor for easy access (Fig. 1-1).
These boxes contain assembly parts and the
contents are organized by assembly tasks. For
quick reference inside the lid of each box there is
a label illustrating the components inside.
2. Remove the motor power head and place it on
the floor for later use. Remove box #4 and
place it on the floor for later use.
Rail Connectors
Bag 0
Bag 2
Header Bracket
Rail Connector Bolts
Header Bracket
Bolts
Rail Connector Nuts
Lag Srews
Bolts
Bag 1
Bag 3
Rail
5/16" Nuts
& Bolts
Power head
Box Label Example
FIG. 1-1
Internal boxes.
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Rail Assembly for CHAIN DRIVE OPENER
NOTE: For split rail clamps, nuts, and bolts
locate Bag 0 from Box 1.
3. Remove the two rail sections that are not
connected to the chain and place them on
floor (Fig. 1-2, A).
4. Carefully remove the third rail section with
chain and plastic sleeve. Place rail section on
floor and extend chain straight out
(Fig. 1-2, B). Chain and rail should extend
approximately 7 feet.
5. Remove wire ties and plastic bag from chain.
Leave chain extended straight out on floor.
Avoid kinks in the chain by careful handling and
keeping chain flat on the floor.
6. Align the three rail sections by pulling the
chain straight and wrapping it around the
chain tensioner pulley (Fig. 1-3 & 1-4).
7. Attach the two rail clamps to the rail section
joints with (4) bolts and nuts. After both rail
clamps have been assembled to the rail sections,
securely tighten the bolts and nuts.
CHAIN DRIVE RAILS
Chain Rail
Center Rail
A
End Rail
Wire Tie(s)
B
BELT DRIVE RAILS
Belt Rail
A
Center Rail
End Rail
B
Rail Assembly for BELT DRIVE OPENER
NOTE: For split rail clamps, nuts, and bolts
locate Bag 0 from Box 1.
3. Remove the two rail sections that are not
connected to the belt and place them on floor
(Fig. 1-2, A).
4. Carefully remove the third rail section with
belt. Place rail section on floor, remove ties on
belt and extend belt straight out (Fig. 1-2, B).
Avoid twists and kinks in the belt by careful
handling and keeping belt flat on the floor. Belt
and rail should extend approximately 7 feet.
5. Align the three rail sections by pulling the belt
straight and wrapping it around the tensioner
pulley (Fig. 1-3 & 1-4).
6. Attach the two rail clamps to the rail section
joints with (4) bolts and nuts. After both rail
clamps have been assembled to the rail sections,
securely tighten the bolts and nuts.
FIG. 1-2
Split Rail sections.
Carriage Assembly
CHAIN
Rail with chain
Rail Clamps
Power Head
Chain Connector
Rail Clamp Bolts
Release
Knob
End Rail
Rail with belt
Rail Clamp Nuts
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BELT
Belt
FIG. 1-3
Split Rail assembly.
Wrap around tensioner pulley
FIG. 1-4
10
Mount chain/belt to tensioner pulley.
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POWER HEAD & RAIL ASSEMBLY
Use
5/16"-18 x 1/2"
Bolts
Assembly for CHAIN DRIVE OPENER
NOTE: Handle carefully! Drive chain can slide out of rail.
NOTE: For power head and rail assembly locate
Bag 1 from Box 1.
NOTE: Copy serial number from power head
frame and record it on warranty page.
NOTE: Standing at the powerhead, facing the door,
the bullet MUST be on the RIGHT side of the rail.
1. Attach rail assembly to power head by aligning
the sprocket onto the motor shaft. Use (3)
bolts, 5/16"-18 x 1/2" (Fig. 1-5).
2. Tighten the chain by turning the adjustment
nut clockwise. The chain adjustment nut is
located in the Chain Pulley Bracket (opposite rail
end from the power head) (Fig. 1-6).
3. Tighten chain until chain is approximately 1/8
inch above the base of the rail at midpoint on
the rail (Fig. 1-6). Do NOT over tighten chain.
CAUTION
You should have removed all ropes and/or
cables (NOT door lift cables) and disabled
the door lock already. If you have not,
remove all ropes and/or cables and disable
garage door lock NOW before continuing
with installation (Fig. 1-8).
FIG. 1-5
Rail - Power head assembly.
Chain Pulley Bracket (at wall end of rail)
Use 1/2" socket
on adjustment nut
Tighten nut to move pulley this direction
Chain
Chain
1/8"
T-Rail
T-Rail at center of rail assembly
FIG. 1-6
Chain adjustment.
Set assembled power head and rail aside. Begin with
Section 2 INSTALLATION.
Assembly for BELT DRIVE OPENER
Belt Pulley Bracket (at wall end of rail)
NOTE: For power head and rail assembly locate
Bag 1 from Box 1.
NOTE: Copy serial number from power head
frame and record it on warranty page.
NOTE: Standing at the powerhead, facing the door,
the bullet MUST be on the RIGHT side of the rail.
1. Attach rail assembly to power head by aligning
the sprocket onto the motor shaft. Use (3)
bolts, 5/16"-18 x 1/2" (Fig. 1-5).
2. Tighten the belt by turning the adjustment nut
clockwise. The belt adjustment nut is located in
the Belt Pulley Bracket (opposite rail end from the
power head) (Fig. 1-7).
3. Tighten belt until belt is approximately 1/8 inch
above the base of the rail at midpoint on the
rail (Fig. 1-7). Do NOT over tighten belt.
CAUTION
You should have removed all ropes and/or
cables (NOT door lift cables) and disabled
the door lock already. If you have not,
remove all ropes and/or cables and disable
garage door lock NOW before continuing
with installation (Fig. 1-8).
Use 1/2" socket
on adjustment nut
Tighten nut to move pulley this direction
Belt
Belt
1/8"
T-Rail at center of rail assembly
FIG. 1-7
T-Rail
Belt adjustment.
Remove
Remove
FIG. 1-8
Disable garage door lock.
Set assembled power head and rail aside. Begin with
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b) - extend
vertical line
HEADER AND DOOR
MOUNTING BRACKETS:
2-1/2"
WARNING
Header bracket must be fastened to garage
framing. Do NOT fasten to drywall, particle
board, plaster or other such materials.
1. Finding header bracket mounting location.
• Close garage door.
– Use a pencil and level.
a) Mark center of garage door (one-half overall
width) on the wall with 6" vertical line at top
edge of door.
b) Continue this line on wall above door for
about 12" (Fig. 2-1, a).
• Raise garage door until top edge of door
reaches its maximum height (Fig. 2-2).
• With door at highest point.
– Measure height from top edge of door to floor
(Fig. 2-2).
• Close door again.
• Mark height measurement on wall above door
(Fig. 2-1, c).
– Make your mark across vertical line made earlier.
• Add 2-1/2" to height mark just made on wall. This
is location for header bracket (Fig. 2-1, d).
d) - final
height mark
c) - door at
highest point
top of door
in closed
position
FIG. 2-1
a) - 6" vertical
line
Final height mark.
HIGHEST POINT OF TRAVEL
2-1/2"
HEADER
TRACK
WARNING
Door springs are under high tension. If spring or
its shaft is in the way, measure 2-1/2" above
spring or shaft on the garage door centerline and
mark this height as your location for header
bracket.
Do NOT move door spring!
NOTE: If header bracket location needs to be
above header for garage door opening, you need
to add a "mounting surface." A 2" x 6" board
securely attached (board and fasteners not
included) to wall studs on either side of your mark
is sufficient (Fig. 2-3).
NOTE: For header bracket and bolts locate Bag 2
from Box 1.
NOTE: The bolts supplied in Bag 2 are designed
to be used on pressure treated lumber.
2. Mounting the header bracket.
• Hold header bracket against wall (Fig. 2-3).
• Position bracket as shown.
– Place center on vertical line,
– Bottom edge on final height line.
• Mark screw hole locations on wall.
• Drill 3/16" pilot holes at each screw hole mark.
– Fasten header bracket with 2 lag screws
(provided) (Fig. 2-3).
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SECTIONAL
DOOR
HEADER
HIGHEST POINT OF TRAVEL
TRACK
FROM HERE
TO FLOOR
FIG. 2-2
final hei
SECTIONAL
DOOR
FROM HERE
TO FLOOR
Finding highest point of travel.
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FIG. 2-3
door at
highest
point
Header bracket mounting (on header &
above header).
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HEADER BRACKET
1. Getting started.
• Position assembled rail on wall next to header
bracket (Fig. 2-4).
– Place material on floor under power head to
protect from scratching. (A box, stool, or
similar device may be needed to clear a
torsion spring.)
VIEW
FROM ABOVE
(not to scale)
NOTE: For header bracket pins locate Bag 2 from
Box 1.
2. Mounting the assembly.
• Attach rail to header bracket using clevis pin
and cotter pin (Fig. 2-5).
• Support power head on step-ladder to prevent
interference with header mounted (torsion)
spring.
NO
NO
YES / SÍ / OUI
FIG. 2-4
Position assembly and align.
COTTER PIN
NOTE: Before final attachment to ceiling, insure
that assembly is in proper alignment (Fig. 2-4).
NOTE: For nuts, bolts, and lag screws locate Bag
3 from Box 1.
• On finished ceilings, locate ceiling joists or
trusses using a stud finder or similar device.
Attach angle iron (not provided) to joists or
trusses through finish material using (provided)
lag screws (Fig. 2-6).
• On unfinished ceilings or open ceilings, straps
may attach directly to joists or trusses.
Depending on the garage construction, extra
framing material (not provided) which may be
required should be installed using appropriate
construction techniques (Fig. 2-6).
CLEVIS PIN
(Chain drive
shown)
FIG. 2-5 Rail mounting to header bracket.
ANGLE IRON ON FINISHED CEILING
DRYWALL
NOTE: Refer to your local building codes for
appropriate framing materials and construction
techniques.
• Attach mounting straps (not provided) to ceiling
using lag bolts (Fig. 2-6).
• Set height of power head to following (Fig. 2-6).
a) Rail must clear door at door’s highest point
of travel.
b) Be level or power head slightly below level.
• Securely tighten power head mounting bolts
and nuts.
• Carefully raise and lower door manually. Ensure
door does not contact any section of power head
or rail.
• Check that rail clamp bolts and nuts are tight.
• DO NOT PLUG OPENER IN YET!
Attach angle iron to beams
UNFINISHED OR OPEN BEAM
Extra framing
not needed
Mounting Straps
(not provided)
bolts & nuts
bolts & nuts
FIG. 2-6
Extra framing
NEEDED
Mounting the power head.
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DOOR BRACKET:
CAUTION
Doors made of masonite, lightweight wood,
fiberglass, and sheet metal must be properly
braced before mounting door opener. Contact
door manufacturer or distributor for a bracing kit.
The Genie Company is not responsible for
damage caused due to improperly braced door.
NOTE: For door bracket and bolts locate Bag 4
from Box 2.
1. Finding door bracket mounting location.
• Door bracket is mounted as high on door as
possible along vertical centerline and NO LOWER
THAN top set of rollers (Fig. 2-7).
2. Mounting the door bracket.
• Proper bracing should be verified at this point.
– Align door bracket centered on your vertical
centerline (Fig. 2-8).
– Attach using 3 self-drilling screws for sheet
metal or other light weight material.
– Use lag screws (not provided) for solid
wooden sectional doors.
centerline
centerline
even with or
above top roller
FIG. 2-7
Mounting door Bracket.
centerline of top roller
A
FIG. 2-8
B
Examples of door bracket positioning.
NOTE: For solid wood doors, carriage bolts
WITHOUT SLOTTED HEADS (not included) may
also be used for attaching door bracket.
INSTALL DOOR ARMS
NOTE: For door arm nuts and bolts, clevis and
cotter pins locate Bag 5 from Box 2.
1. Attach the arms.
• Fasten short branch of curved door arm to door
bracket using bolt and locking nut (Fig. 2-9).
• Fasten straight arm to carriage using short
clevis pin and cotter pin (Fig. 2-9).
short clevis pin & cotter pin
2. Connecting the arms.
• Slide carriage back and forth to adjust arm length.
– Position the straight arm 50º down from the
rail.
• With the arms arranged in this position, fasten
arms together using bolts and nuts spaced as
far apart as possible (Fig. 2-9).
50°
bolts as far
apart as
possible
FIG. 2-9
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Attaching door arms.
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Wire from
power head
to wall console.
WARNING
Verify there is NO power to the opener before
installing wall console wires and wall console.
CAUTION
Staples which are too tight can cut or pinch wires.
Cut or pinched wires can cause the wall console to
stop working. When using the insulated staples,
make sure you fasten them only as tightly as
needed to hold the wire snugly.
Wall
console
WARNING
Use of any other wall control can cause the door to
operate unexpectedly and the light not to work.
Use only the included wall button.
NOTE: For Wall Console, wire and insulated
staples locate Bags 6 and 7 from Box 2.
1. Wall Console location.
‡ Wall Console location should be in direct sight
of door.
‡ It should be at least five feet (5') above floor to
prevent small children from operating door.
‡ It must be away from any moving parts. (You
should NOT be able to reach the garage door
while standing at Wall Console.)
‡ Wall Console board screw connections are
polarized.
2a. Wiring (If pre-wired).
‡ Locate wall console pre-wired wire ends
(Fig. 3-1). (They should be located within the
guidelines mentioned above.)
‡ Split and strip ends of wire (Fig. 3-2).
‡ Fasten wire to wall console board screws on
back of wall console.
– Striped wire to the B (plus) terminal.
– White wire to the W (minus) terminal.
2b. Wiring (If NOT pre-wired).
‡ Pick a convenient location for mounting
wall console using the guidelines mentioned
above (Fig. 3-1).
‡ Run wire from wall console to power head
(Fig. 3-1).
‡ Split and strip ends of wire (Fig. 3-2).
‡ Fasten wire to control board screws on back of
wall console.
– Striped wire to the B (plus) terminal.
– White wire to the W (minus) terminal.
"Entrapment"
warning label
Separate
entry door
FIG.3-1
EXAMPLE ONLY!
This is an example of wire routing
when NOT pre-wired. Your wire
routing may be different.
Wall Console wire routing
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3.Securely fasten wires.
‡ Securely fasten wires to ceiling and
wall using insulated staples provided.
– Use insulated staples.
– Staples should be snug only.
Insulated
‡ If rear cover is attached to power head, Staple
remove it.
‡ On power head:
– Route wall console wires through wire guide on
power head.
– Split and strip ends of wire (Fig. 3-2 on
previous page).
– Insert wire into terminal holes and lightly press in
the orange locking clips above each terminal
hole. (You can use a pencil or small screwdriver
to comfortably press in locking clips.) The white
wire into #1 terminal hole and striped wire into
the #2 terminal hole.
– Confirm wire lock by lightly tugging on the wire.
The wire should remain in the terminal hole.
‡ Do NOT install rear cover yet.
Locking
Clips
Terminal
Holes
wire guide
6 5 4 3 2 1
6 5 4 3 2 1
+P –B
Infrared Sensor
(Power Head With Rear Cover Removed)
FIG. 3-3 Insert wires.
4. Mounting.
‡ Fasten wall console to wall with 2 screws
(provided) (Fig. 3-4).
‡ Remove protective backing from "Entrapment"
warning label (Fig. 3-5). The "Entrapment" label
is located in the center of this manual.
– Stick label on wall near wall console.
FIG. 3-4
Mounting Wall Console.
Vacation Locking Switch
– LOCK disables controls after
1 door is completely closed
– UNLOCK allows controls to
work normally
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Independent Light Control
– Controls door opener lights from inside garage
– Energy-Saver shut-off turns OFF lights 3 minutes after
door activation
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Mounting Entrapment warning label.
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AFE-T-BEAM® SYSTEM INSTALLATION
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WARNING
There should be no electrical power to the opener
while installing Safe-T-Beam® wires. If you have
plugged in the power cord—UNPLUG IT NOW!
NOTE: The opener will not close the door
automatically unless the Safe-T-Beam® System is
installed.
NOTE: For Safe-T-Beam®, screws, wire, and
insulated staples locate items and Bag 8 from Box 3.
1. Mounting brackets.
‡ Mark both sides of garage door frame or wall no
higher than 6" and no lower than 5" above floor
(Fig. 4-1).
‡ Hold bracket against door frame or wall.
– Check if brackets extend out from wall far
enough, so tongue of bracket is beyond door,
tracks or any door hardware.
– If not:
a) Mounting bracket extensions are available
through an authorized Genie® Dealer.
b) Blocks of wood, etc. may be substituted for
extensions.
‡ Center bracket on your mark (Fig. 4-2).
‡ Fasten each with 2 screws (Fig. 4-2).
NOTE: Mounting brackets can be attached to the
floor or concrete rim using concrete anchors
(not provided).
2. Mounting Safe-T-Beam® Source (Red LED) and
Sensor (Green LED).
‡ If garage has only one garage door.
– Determine which side of garage receives most
direct sunlight (Fig. 4-4).
– Red LED should always be on sunny side
whenever possible (Fig. 4-4).
‡ For multiple doors.
– Preventing crossed signals is critical.
– Place source and sensor modules on adjacent
doors facing in opposite directions (Fig. 4-4).
NOTE: To help prevent interference from sun,
Safe-T-Beam® sensor with Green LED may be
placed further away from the door opening,
though extended no further out from the wall,
where it will spend more time in shadow.
‡ Slide source/sensor onto tongue of bracket until
it clicks into place (Fig. 4-3).
3a. Wiring (If NOT pre-wired).
‡ Route wire from Safe-T-Beam® to power
head using method shown in (Fig. 4-5a).
‡ Securely fasten wires to wall and ceiling
as you go (Fig. 4-6 on next page).
– Use insulated staples.
– Staples should be snug only.
mark
FIG. 4-1 Mark door frame.
e
slid
bracket
tongue
center of
bracket
FIG. 4-2
Mounting brackets.
SUN
RED
LED
GREEN
LED
GREEN
LED
RED
LED
GREEN GREEN
LED
LED
RED RED
LED LED
THREE DOOR
GARAGE
FIG. 4-4
Safe-T-Beam® source and sensor
locations.
Red
Source
Green
Sensor
6 5
Power
Head
Insulated
Staple
RED RED
LED LED
GREEN
LED
TWO DOOR
GARAGE
ONE DOOR
GARAGE
GREEN
LED
FIG. 4-3 Attach
Safe-T-Beam® to brackets
.
4 3
2 1 or
6 5
4 3
2 1
Dashed Line = striped wire
Solid Line = white wire
FIG. 4-5a Source and sensor wiring methods.
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3b. Wiring (pre-wired).
‡ Route wire from wall to Safe-T-Beam® sensors
(Fig. 4-5b).
‡ Splice pre-wiring to shortened sensor wire,
match wire pairs dash-to-dash and
plain-to-plain.
- Trim sensor wire to approximately one foot
(1 ft) from sensor.
- Split and strip ends of sensor wires and
pre-wired wires (Fig. 4-7).
- Splice wires together with (provided)
wire nuts.
‡ Route wire from ceiling to power head Wire Nut
(Fig. 4-5b).
‡ Securely fasten wires where they exit
wall and ceiling as you go.
– Use insulated staples.
– Staples should be snug only.
Insulated
Wall
Wall
Red
Green
Source
Sensor
Ceiling
6 5
2 1 or 6 5
4 3
4 3
2 1
Dashed Line = striped wire
Solid Line = white wire
Power
Head
FIG. 4-5b Pre-Wired source and sensor wiring
methods.
Insert Wire
Into Connector
Wire
Staple
Wire
CAUTION
Use this
wire routing
if NOT pre-wired
Staples which are too tight can cut or pinch wires.
Cut or pinched wires can cause the Safe-T-Beam®
System to stop working. When using the insulated
staples, make sure you fasten them only as tightly
as needed to hold the wire snugly.
Source or Sensor
4. Split and strip ends of sensor wires (Fig. 4-7).
NOTE: For rear cover locate Box 4.
5. Attach Safe-T-Beam® wire to power head wire
terminal.
‡ Route Safe-T-Beam® wires through wire guide.
– Insert wire into terminal holes and lightly press
in the orange locking clips above each terminal
hole. (You can use a pencil or small
screwdriver to comfortably reach in and lightly
press down locking clips.) Insert white wires to
'even' numbered terminal holes and striped
wires into 'odd' terminal holes (Fig. 4-5b).
Locking
Clips
Terminal
Holes
Source or Sensor
Invisible Light Beam
Protection Area
FIG. 4-6 Wire routing.
2"
1/2"
FIG. 4-7
Splitting
and stripping
Dashed Line = striped wire
6 5 4 3 2 1
+P –B
.
FIG. 4-8
Insert wires
6 5 4 3 2 1
InfraredSensor
Solid Line
= white wire
(Power Head With Rear Cover Removed)
– Confirm wire lock by lightly tugging on the wire.
The wire should remain in the terminal hole.
‡ Install rear cover. The rear cover is the same
color as the power head clips and body
(Fig. 4-9).
‡ Do not install the white (lamp) cover at this time.
NOTE: Safe-T-Beam® alignment check must be
performed following connection to electrical
power (see page 19). DO NOT PLUG IN YET!
Cover clips
FIG. 4-9 Install rear cover.
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ONNECTING TO POWER
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WARNING
‡ To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this equipment
has a grounded type plug that includes a third
(grounding) pin. This plug will only fit a grounded type
outlet. If you do not have a grounded outlet, contact
a qualified licensed electrician to install one. DO NOT
alter the plug in any way. The door opener must be
properly grounded in order to prevent personal injury
and damage to the components.
‡ DO NOT remove motor cover. All work performed
on motor must be done by a trained door system
technician.
CAUTION
‡ Check local building codes to make sure that you
are not required to have your garage door opener
permanently wired, with circuit breaker protection.
If building codes require door opener to be
permanently wired have a qualified licensed
electrician connect power with permanent wiring.
WITH GROUNDED PLUG:
Plug the opener into a properly grounded
electrical outlet (Fig. 5-1).
FIG. 5-1 Connect to power.
Motor Cover Screws
FIG. 5-2
Remove motor cover.
FIG. 5-3
Power cord strain relief.
CAUTION
‡ Do NOT use an extension cord.
‡ Do NOT use a portable generator. This product
is designed to operate using standard
household current.
‡ Do NOT use alternate power supplies.
WITH PERMANENT WIRING:
Instructions for Electrician.
‡ Remove power from circuit.
‡ Remove rear cover and motor cover.
– Remove four motor cover screws (Fig. 5-2).
‡ Remove existing power cord and strain relief
from the 7/8" dia. hole and discard (Fig. 5-3).
‡ Connect permanent wiring to power head using
7/8" diameter hole.
– White to white/black to black/ground to green.
– Use only UL recognized wire nuts.
‡ Wires inside the power head must be at least 6"
in length.
‡ Replace motor cover and rear cover and
re-energize the circuit.
NOTE: The Genie Company is not responsible for
charges resulting from work preformed by an
independent electrician.
WITH POWER SUPPLIED:
Check Safe-T-Beam® alignment (Fig. 5-4).
‡ Insure that no part of door or its hardware is
in path between lenses of source and sensor.
‡ Insure that tops of lenses are between 5" - 6"
above the floor (Fig. 5-4). The brackets are
flexible, and can be adjusted slightly if needed.
‡ Adjust the Red LED source by aiming the
unit directly at the Green LED sensor. Use the
adjustment screw located on the top of the
source housing to make adjustments.
‡ The Red LED source will blink if there is a
misalignment. When the LED units are aligned
the Red LED will remain ON continuously.
‡ After the alignment is finished tighten the
adjustment screws on Safe-T-Beam®.
or
m flo
x fro floor
a
m
6" n from
i
5" m
FIG. 5-4 Check Safe-T-Beam® alignment.
INFRARED PROTECTION FUNCTION
1. When the garage door is opening, its movement
will not be influenced if the Safe-T-Beam® is
obstructed.
2. If the Safe-T-Beam® is obstructed before the
garage door fully closes, the door will not close.
3. When the garage door is closing, if Safe-T-Beam®
is cut off by people or obstacle, the garage door
will reverse automatically to its fully opened position.
(Meanwhile, the opener light will keep blinking until
door moves to its fully opened position.)
4. If the Safe-T-Beam® System fails, loses power,
or is installed improperly, you will have to press
and hold the wall control "close" button until the
door reaches its fully closed position. The LED
indicator light on the power head will be green
and blink twice (Pattern: ƁƁ pause ƁƁ pause)
to inform you to eliminate problem first.
Otherwise, the door will reverse automatically to
its fully opened position if you release the
"close" button on the wall control during the
closing movement.
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Limit Controls location
on power head.
WARNING
• Severe injury or death can result if the door
closing force is set too high.
• Never increase the door closing force above the
minimum required to move the door.
• Never adjust force to compensate for a sticking
or binding door.
• Perform monthly CONTACT REVERSE TEST as
described on page 22 and in Section 10.
SETTING & TESTING OPEN/CLOSE LIMITS
The OPEN (UP) and CLOSE (DOWN) door positions
are controlled by making the adjustments on the
panel located on the bottom of the power head. The
adjustments that can be made are:
• Close Travel Limit,
• Open Travel Limit,
Maximum Closing Force
Maximum Opening Force
Transmitter Programming
ENGAGE CHAIN/BELT CONNECTOR TO
CARRIAGE
1. Press and hold the "Close Travel Limit" button
until the chain or belt connector advances and
engages to the Carriage Assembly (FIG 6-2).
NOTE: Set Close Travel Limit
before setting Open Travel
Limit for unit to operate
normally.
Unless limits are being reset
do not press set limit buttons.
LED
Indicator Light
Open
Travel Limit
To
Garage Door
OPEN
Up Force
Control
Adjustment
SET
LEARN MANUAL LIMIT FORCE
SET
Learn
Code
Button
FIG. 6-1
CODE
Close
Travel Limit
Close
Set Limit
Button
CLOSE
Down Force
Control
Adjustment
Limit controls.
CLOSE TRAVEL LIMIT
1. Press and hold the "Close Travel Limit" button
until the door is fully closed.
2. You can quickly press and release the "Close
Travel Limit" button to move the door in small
increments. You can also use the "Open Travel
Limit" button to move the door slightly in the
UP direction.
3. Door is fully closed when the bottom edge of door
presses firmly onto the ground.
4. Once the door is in the desired position, press and
release the "Close SET Limit" button for 5
seconds. The LED indicator light will blink green
once. This stores the closed position in memory.
Open
Set Limit
Button
CAUTION
Failure to verify the engagement of the belt/chain
connector will result in damage to rail components.
Mov
e in
this
dire
ctio
n
Latch
Movement
Carriage Assembly
SET
Chain Connector
OPEN TRAVEL LIMIT
Latch
Movement
1. Press and hold the "Open Travel Limit" button
to move the door to its fully opened position. This
starts the opener moving in the UP direction.
2. Hold the "Open Travel Limit" button until the
door is in the fully opened position that you desire,
then release this button.
3. You can quickly press and release the "Open
Travel Limit" button to move the door in small
increments. You can also use the "Close Travel
Limit" button to move the door slightly in the
DOWN direction.
4. Once the door is in the desired position, press
and release the "Open SET Limit" button for 5
seconds. The LED indicator light will blink green
twice. This stores the opened position in memory.
SET
Mov
e in
this
dire
ctio
n
Latch
Movement
Carriage Assembly
Belt Connector
Latch
Movement
FIG. 6-2
Engage Chain/Belt Connector to Carriage.
CAUTION
Operation of the opener without the Chain or Belt
Connector engaged to the Carriage Assembly will
result in damage to rail components including the
rail pulley.
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DOOR
CARRIAGE LOCK
The Carriage Lock can be manually engaged or
disengaged.
• To disengage Carriage Lock
– Pull handle towards opener power head.
• To engage Carriage Lock
– Pull handle towards door.
UNLOCK
TO RELEASE
PULL TOWARD
THE OPENER
LOCK
TO RECONNECT
PULL TOWARD
DOOR
FIG. 6-3
Engage/Disengage Carriage Lock.
FIG. 6-4
Emergency release cable to carriage.
KEYED EMERGENCY RELEASE
(PURCHASED SEPARATELY)
Obtain standard emergency release kit and remove
S-hook from the cable end that attaches to the
opener carriage.
1. Attach the emergency release cable loop end to
the opener carriage as shown (FIG 6-4).
Properly connecting the release cable to the
carriage fitting will enable the correct carriage
release action for the opener.
WARNING
Improper connection of the emergency release cable
to the opener carriage will result in a failure of the
emergency release.
2. Follow the remaining installation instructions for
the standard emergency release kit.
3. Test for correct operation of emergency release kit.
Keyed Emergency Release Operation Instructions
• Place key in slot.
• Rotate and hold key while lifting garage door 1 to
2 inches.
• Release key and continue opening garage door.
NOTE: The next normal operation of the opener or
fully closing garage door manually will re-engage
the emergency release mechanism.
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UP/DOWN FORCE
1. By turning the Close Force Control clockwise,
the CLOSE force can be increased. By turning
the Close Force Control counter-clockwise,
the CLOSE force can be decreased. Set the
CLOSE force level at the minimum force required
to close door without reversing.
2. Once the desired level is selected, this stores the
maximum force level for the CLOSE direction in memory.
3. By turning the Open Force Control clockwise, the
OPEN force can be increased. By turning the Open
Force Control counter-clockwise, the OPEN force
can be decreased. Set the OPEN force level at the
minimum force required to open door without stopping.
4. Once the desired level is selected, this stores
the maximum force level for the OPEN direction
in memory.
CLOSE
OPEN
Up Force
Control
Adjustment
CLOSE
(Increasing Force
ROTATE
CLOCKWISE
FORCE
OPEN
(Decreasing Force
ROTATE
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE
OPEN
CLOSE
Down Force
Control
Adjustment
FIG. 6-5
Force Control Adjustment.
FIG. 6-6
2 x 4 under center of door opening.
ERASE - OPEN/CLOSE TRAVEL LIMIT
1. Press and hold both of the "SET" buttons
( & ) together until the green indicator
light blinks (about 5 seconds).
2. All close and open travel limit settings are
erased. Then follow the steps on page 20 to
reprogram close and open travel limits.
SET
SET
NOTE: The opener will not close the door
automatically unless the Safe-T-Beam® System is
installed.
CONTACT REVERSE TEST
The force adjustments and limit switch settings
MUST BE COMPLETED before testing.
1. Testing.
‡ Open garage door using wall button.
– Place a 2" x 4" board (laid flat) under center
of garage door opening (Fig. 6-6).
‡ Close door using wall button.
‡ When door contacts board, the door must stop
(within 2 seconds) and reverse direction
returning to open position.
2. Adjustment.
‡ If the door does not properly reverse.
– Check to see if door has "close" limit
programmed. It should not have reached its
"close" limit before hitting board.
– If the door STOPS but does not reverse,
decrease "CLOSE FORCE" control
setting slightly (turn it counter-clockwise).
‡ Test again. Repeat as necessary until door
reverses upon contacting board.
CLOSE
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ROGRAMMING REMOTE CONTROLS
WARNING
A moving door can cause serious injury or death.
1. Keep people clear of opening while door is
moving.
2. Do NOT allow children to play with opener,
including wall button, remote control, or
Wireless Keypad.
3. During programming, the door opener could
begin to run, so keep people and objects away
from the moving door and its parts. To keep the
door from moving, close the door and
disconnect it from the Opener by pulling the
Emergency Release.
NOTE: For remote control locate Box 3.
1a. Single Button Remote Programming.
NOTE: This opener can learn up to 7 transmitter
buttons.
‡ Locate “Learn Code” button and indicator
LED on the power head (Fig. 7-1).
‡ Press and release “Learn Code” button.
– Indicator LED will blink RED at a rate of twice
per second.
‡ Within 30 seconds, push remote control
button once.
– Indicator LED will stop blinking and stay ON.
‡ Press remote control button again.
– Red LED will go out. Remote is now
programmed and ready for use.
‡ Press remote control button again, door will move.
1b. Multi Button Remote Programming.
NOTE: Each button on a multi-button remote is
designed for use with 1 door. You cannot
program 2 buttons to operate the same door, nor
can you program 1 button to operate 2 doors.
You can program a maximum of 7 different
transmitters or wireless devices.
NOTE: Pushing two buttons on power head
simultaneously will erase programmed memory and
limits must be reset.
‡ For each button.
– Program each button separately using the
Single Button Remote Programming steps.
2. Operating.
‡ Press remote button once.
– Door will move.
‡ Press button again.
– Door will stop.
‡ Press button again.
– Door will move in opposite direction.
NOTE: The door will stop automatically at the
fully open or fully closed position.
LEARN
CODE
NOTE: To program a
Homelink® and Car2U®
device follow the Homelink® or Car2U®
instructions in your car owner’s manual.
FCC and IC CERTIFIED
This device complies with FCC Part 15 and RSS 210
of Industry Canada. 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 may 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:
‡ Re-orient or relocate the receiver antenna.
‡ Increase the separation between the opener
and receiver.
‡ Connect the opener into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
‡ Consult your local dealer.
Limit controls location
on power head.
LED
Indicator Light
Open
Travel Limit
To
Garage Door
Open
Set Limit
Button
OPEN
Up Force
Control
Adjustment
SET
LOST OR STOLEN REMOTE
LEARN MANUAL LIMIT FORCE
1. Clear memory.
‡ Press and hold learn code button (on power
head) for 10 seconds or until the red blinking
indicator LED goes out.
‡ Program remaining or new remote controls as
done previously. Your door opener will no
longer recognize any signal received from the
missing remote control, or any other which has
not been reprogrammed.
SET
Learn
Code
Button
FIG. 7-1
CODE
Close
Travel Limit
Close
Set Limit
Button
CLOSE
Down Force
Control
Adjustment
Learn code button and LED
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8
EMOTE CONTROL BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND VISOR CLIP INSTALLATION
1. Battery replacement.
• To open gently push straight out on battery
cover lock tab as shown (Fig. 8-1).
• Flip open battery cover.
– Remove old battery.
• Make sure new battery is facing proper direction
(Match battery polarity with symbols inside
battery cover) (Fig. 8-2).
– Recommended replacement battery type:
Alkaline A23, 12 volt.
NOTE: Batteries differ in care and maintenance.
Follow the manufacturer’s directions for battery
maintenance, replacement, and use.
• Slip new battery into place.
– Slide battery cover until it clicks shut.
• Operate remote to make sure it is working
properly. (No re-programming is needed.)
2. Visor clip.
(The visor clip may come already installed.)You
will have to install the visor clip if you choose to
attach your remote to the car visor.
• Slide visor clip into back of remote control.
– It will snap into place (Fig. 8-3).
Slide out
FIG. 8-1
Open battery cover.
– and + polarity marks
FIG. 8-2 Match battery polarity.
FIG. 8-3
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Attach visor clip.
LIGHT BULB/ LENS INSTALLATION
Light bulb
WARNING
For added safety and protection please unplug
opener before installing light bulb.
NOTE: For lens cover locate Box 4.
1. Light bulb.
• Recommendations.
– Do NOT use a short neck bulb.
– Light bulb should be no more than 75 Watts.
– Use a heavy duty service bulb for longer life.
• Screw bulb into socket.
2. Lens.
• Select the white (lamp) cover. Do NOT use the
colored cover in this location.
• Line up lamp lens tabs on power head with
corresponding slots in lens (Fig. 9-1).
• Slide lens onto power head. Make sure the tabs
are fully engaged into lens slots (Fig. 9-2).
• Plug power cord back into electrical outlet.
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Lens tabs
FIG. 9-1
Slide lens onto motor cover.
FIG. 9-2
Fasten lens.
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of severe injury or death:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
2. Never let children operate or play with the door controls. Keep the remote control away from children.
3. Always keep the moving door in sight and away from people and objects until the door is completely
closed. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF THE MOVING DOOR.
4. NEVER GO UNDER A STOPPED, PARTIALLY OPEN DOOR.
5. Test opener monthly. The door MUST reverse on contact with a 1-1/2" high object (or a 2" x 4" board
laid flat) at the center of the doorway on the floor. After adjusting either the force or the limit of travel,
retest the door opener. Failure to adjust the opener properly may cause severe injury or death.
6. When possible, use the emergency release only when the door is closed. Use caution when using this
release with the door open. Weak or broken springs are capable of increasing the rate of door closure
and increasing the risk of severe injury or death.
7. KEEP DOORS PROPERLY BALANCED. See your garage door Owner’s Manual. An improperly
balanced door increases the risk of severe injury or death. Have a trained door system technician make
repairs to cables, spring assemblies, and other hardware.
8.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Genie® customer service at:
1.800.354.3643
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MAINTENANCE
WARNING
•
•
Garage door hardware (springs, cables,
brackets, pulleys, etc.) are under extreme
pressure and tension.
DO NOT attempt to repair or adjust door springs
or any hardware, and DO NOT OPERATE garage
door automatically or manually if door is
improperly balanced or springs are broken.
– CONTACT A TRAINED DOOR SYSTEM
TECHNICIAN.
ROUTINE MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
2. Contact reverse.
• Place a 2" x 4" board laid flat on floor.
– In center of garage door opening.
• Close door by using wall button or
remote control.
– Door fails to reverse on contact with board
(See section 7 "CONTACT REVERSE.")
– Opener still fails
CONTACT THE GENIE COMPANY OR AN
AUTHORIZED GENIE® DEALER.
3. Safe-T-Beam® System.
• Red LED blinks.
– check alignment (See section 5 ).
1. Door balance.
• With the door closed, pull emergency release
knob (Carriage Lock) towards the opener to
release door from carriage assembly.
• Raise door manually approximately 3'- 4' and
release.
– Door should remain stationary or move very
slightly.
– If door moves quickly, CONTACT A TRAINED
DOOR SYSTEM TECHNICIAN.
• Close the door.
• Pull emergency release knob towards door to
engage carriage.
– Operate door using remote.
– Door will re-attach itself to carriage assembly.
WARNING
Use wall button supplied with opener. Any other wall control can cause
the opener to operate unexpectedly.
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CIRCUIT WIRING DIAGRAM
FOR HELP-1.800.354.3643 OR WWW.GENIECOMPANY.COM
Opener circuit wiring diagram. This wiring diagram is for reference only.
Diagrama del circuito del abrelatas. Este diagrama es sólo para referencia.
Schéma de câblage de l’ouvreur. Ce schéma de câblage est indiqué à titre de référence uniquement.
Opening Cover May Cause Electric Shock.
Abrir la tapa puede causar choques eléctricos.
L’ouverture du couvercle peut entraîner des chocs électriques.
Disconnect power from opener prior to removing cover.
Desconecte la electricidad del abrepuertas antes de quitar la cubierta.
Coupez l'alimentation de l'ouvre-porte avant de retirer le couvercle.
WARNING
ADVERTENCIA
AVERTISSEMENT
POWER CORD
CORDON DE SECTEUR
CABLE ELÉCTRICO
TERMINAL BLOCK
SURGE PROTECTOR (MOV)
BORNE
BLOQUE DE TERMINALES
LIMITEUR DE SURTENSION
PROTECTOR DE SOBRETENSIONES
WHITE
TRANSFORMER
BLANC
BLANCO
TRANSFORMATEUR
TRANSFORMADOR
BLACK
NOIR
NEGRO
PRIMARY
SECONDARY
PRIMAIRE
PRIMARIO
SECONDAIRE
SECUNDARIO
BLACK
GREEN
VERT
VERDE
BLANC
BLANCO
RED
MOTOR
HALL SENSOR
MOTEUR
MOTOR
CAPTEUR DE PASSAGE
SENSOR DE PASILLO
BLACK
ROUGE
ROJO
NOIR
NEGRO
YELLOW
GREEN
JAUNE
AMARILLO
VERT
VERDE
YELLOW
BLACK
JAUNE
AMARILLO
NOIR
NEGRO
1
2
ROUGE
ROJO
ROUGE
ROJO
BLACK
NOIR
NEGRO
WHITE
RED
RED
NOIR
NEGRO
GREEN
WHITE
VERT
VERDE
BLANC
BLANCO
ORANGE
BLUE
ORANGE
ANARANJADO
BLEU
AZUL
1
2
3
WARNING
ADVERTENCIA
AVERTISSEMENT
1
2
3
4
WHITE WIRE
6
5
4
3
2
FIL BLANC
ALAMBRE BLANCO
1
NO POLARITY
AUCUNE POLARITÉ
NINGUNA POLARIDAD
B TERMINAL
W TERMINAL
STRIPED WIRE
FIL RAYÉ
ALAMBRE RAYADO
ELECTRICAL SHOCK
CHOQUE ELÉCTRICO
CHOC ÉLECTRIQUE
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PHOTO SENSOR
WALL CONSOLE
PHOTODÉTECTEUR
FOTOSENSOR
CONSOLE MURAL
CONSOLA DE LA PARED
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE - OPERATION
PROBLEM
FOR HELP-1.800.354.3643 OR WWW.GENIECOMPANY.COM
WHAT TO DO
Opener does NOT run
from Wall Console.
‡ Check power source.
– Plug a lamp into outlet used for power head. If lamp works, power source is OK.
– If not, check fuse or circuit breaker.
‡ If power is OK.
– Check connections at power head terminals and at Wall Console.
‡ Check for reversed, broken, or cut wires. Staples can cut insulation and short wires. Repair or
replace.
Opener runs, but door
does NOT move.
‡ Make sure carriage is engaged to carriage slide.
– Place carriage lever in lock position.
‡ Check to make sure chain/belt is not broken or OFF its track.
‡ Check FORCE ADJUSTMENT (See section 6 ). Door opener will NOT run more
than 30 seconds each way if door does not move.
Opener works from Wall
Console, but NOT from
remote control.
‡ Program remote control code into receiver memory (See section
‡ Replace remote control battery (See section 8 ).
Remote control has
less than 25 feet
operating range or no
operation.
‡ Relocate remote control inside car and or point remote control at garage door.
‡ Replace battery (See section 8 ).
‡ Reposition door opener antenna.
‡ Red LED blinks while button is being pushed or LED does not come ON - battery is
low, replace battery.
Door starts down, then
STOPS and goes back
up.
‡ If a NEW installation, check Door Arm position, (See section 2 ).
‡ Check if Safe-T-Beam® Red LED is flashing.
‡ Check Safe-T-Beam® system for beam obstruction or misalignment of lenses.
Realign or replace Sensors. (See section 3 )
‡ Check "CLOSE FORCE" adjustment (See section 6 ).
‡ Check garage door for binding.
‡ If an operational problem exists, and opener will not run closed. The opener can be
forced to close as follows (See section 5 ). Hold the wall console down until door is
completely closed.
‡ Disconnect the Safe-T-Beam® System from the opener and contact an authorized
Genie® Dealer or The Genie Company at 1-800-35-GENIE.
OR
Safe-T-Beam® System
malfunction.
Door starts down, then
STOPS before it is
closed.
OR
7 ).
‡ Check CONTACT REVERSE (See section 6 ).
‡ Check garage door for binding.
‡ Wires shorted. Staples can cut insulation and short wires. Repair or replace.
‡ Check "CLOSE FORCE" adjustment (See section 6 ).
Door will only open.
Door starts up, but
STOPS before it’s
completely open.
Door will only run in
close direction.
‡ Be sure door, opener, and springs are in good repair, properly lubricated and
balanced (See Maintenance section 10 ).
‡ Check "OPEN" limit setting (See section 6 ).
‡ Check "OPEN FORCE" adjustment (See section 6 ).
‡ WARNING: If you suspect a problem with the garage door hardware or springs, contact
an authorized Genie® Dealer or a trained door system technician, or contact The Genie
Company at 1-800-35-GENIE.
‡ Check door balance, condition, and door spring.
‡ Check "OPEN FORCE" adjustment (See section 6 ).
‡ WARNING: If you suspect a problem with the garage door hardware or springs, contact
an authorized Genie® Dealer or a trained door system technician, or contact The Genie
Company at 1-800-35-GENIE.
Door opener starts for
no reason.
‡ Was a remote control lost or stolen? Erase all remote control codes from receiver
memory and reprogram (See section 7 ).
‡ Console stuck on Wall Console or remote.
‡ Check CLOSE limit switch setting (See section 6 ).
‡ Wires shorted. Staples can cut insulation and short wires. Repair or replace.
Noisy operation.
‡ Be sure all fasteners are tight.
‡ Be sure door and opener are in good repair, properly lubricated and balanced (See
Maintenance section 10 ).
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE - POWER HEAD LED
Power head LED
Red LED
Green LED
showing
showing
OFF
OFF
FOR HELP-1.800.354.3643 OR WWW.GENIECOMPANY.COM
Possible Problem
Solution
Normal operation
None required
Continuous ON
‡ Programming incomplete
‡ Complete programming
1 BLINK, Pause
(Repeat)
‡ Transmitter has not learned
‡ Program Remote
‡ Programming incomplete
‡ Safe-T-Beam® detects
obstruction going down
‡ Door obstruction going down
‡ Door obstruction going up
‡ Set DOWN LIMIT programming
‡ Check for obstruction, remove
‡ Programming incomplete
‡ Wire to power head or wire
connection at power head is
bad.
‡ Set UP LIMIT programming
‡ Check power head wiring, check
connections,
– Replace or repair
1 BLINK, Pause
(Repeat)
2 BLINKS, Pause
(Repeat)
‡ Check for obstruction, remove.
– Check door spring
– Contact The Genie Company at
1-800-35-GENIE
‡ Safe-T-Beam® out of alignment ‡ Check Safe-T-Beam® alignment
‡ Continuous obstruction of
‡ Check for obstruction
Safe-T-Beam® sensor
3 BLINKS, Pause
(Repeat)
‡ Limits set backwards
‡ Clear limits and reprogram
(See section 6 )
4 BLINKS, Pause
(Repeat)
‡ Wall console wire short
‡ Check wall console and wiring.
Staples can cut insulation and shorts
wires. Repair or replace wall console
and/or wiring.
– Contact The Genie Company at
1-800-35-GENIE
‡ Reverse wire placement in power
head connector. (See section 3 )
‡ Wall console wires reversed
in power head connector.
5 BLINKS, Pause
(Repeat)
‡ Chain/belt is too tight
‡ Control system failure
‡ Thermal Protector activated
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‡ Adjust chain/belt tension
(See section 1 ).
– Contact The Genie Company at
1-800-35-GENIE
‡ Contact Genie® authorized dealer for
service
‡ Wait until Thermal Protector cools
and resets. NOTE: The 5 BLINKS
pattern will remain blinking until
the next opener activation. If the
Thermal Protector does not reset.
– Contact Genie® authorized dealer
for service.
TRANSMITTER COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
Transmitters comply with all United States and Canadian legal requirements as of the date of manufacture. No warranty is made
that they comply with all legal requirements of any other jurisdiction. If transmitters are to be used in another country, the importer
must determine compliance with any local laws and regulations which may differ from United States and Canadian requirements
prior to use.
Los transmisores cumplen con todas las reglamentaciones legales de los Estados Unidos y del Canadá, en la fecha de fabricación.
Ninguna garantía se da que cumplan con todas las reglamentaciones legales de ninguna otra jurisdicción. Si los transmisores se
van a utilizar en otro país, el importador debe determinar si cumplen con las reglamentaciones y leyes locales que puedan ser
diferentes a las reglamentaciones de los Estados Unidos y del Canadá, antes de usar los mismos.
Les émetteurs sont conformes à la réglementation américaine et canadienne à compter de leur date de fabrication. Aucune garantie
n’est stipulée indiquant qu’ils sont conformes à toutes les prescriptions juridiques d’autres autorités. Si les émetteurs sont utilisés
dans d’autres pays, il incombe à l’importateur d’en déterminer leur conformité aux lois et règles locales pouvant différer de celles
des États Unis et du Canada avant toute utilisation desdits émetteurs.
Sendegeräte entsprechen allen gesetzlichen Bestimmungen in den USA und Kanada zum Zeitpunkt der Herstellung. Wir
übernehmen keine Gewährleistung für die Einhaltung aller gesetzlichen Bestimmungen in anderen Ländern. Sollen Sendegeräte in
anderen Ländern eingesetzt werden, so muss der Importeur vor dem Gebrauch sicherstellen, dass die Sendegeräte auch solchen
lokalen Bestimmungen entsprechen, welche von den Bestimmungen der USA und Kanadas abweichen.
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ModelS 1022/1024/1042
Limited Warranty
GMI Holdings, Inc d/b/a The Genie Company ("Seller") warrants to the original purchaser of the below identified opener Model 1022 or opener Model 1024 or
opener Model 1042 (“Product”), subject to all of the terms and conditions hereof, that the Product and all components thereof will be free from defects in
materials and workmanship for the following period(s) of time, measured from the date of purchase:
MOTOR - Seller warrants the motor for a period of FIVE (5) YEARS
PARTS - Seller warrants all other parts and components for a period of ONE (1) YEAR
Seller’s obligation under this warranty is specifically limited to repairing or replacing, at its option, the Product or any part thereof which is determined by
Seller to be defective during the applicable warranty period Any labor charges are excluded and will be the responsibility of the purchaser
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state This warranty is made to the original
purchaser of the Product only, and is not transferable or assignable This warranty applies only to Product installed in a residential or other non-commercial
application It does not cover any Product installed in commercial or industrial building applications This warranty does not apply to any unauthorized or
improper installation, alteration or repair of the Product, or to any Product or component which has been damaged or deteriorated due to misuse, neglect,
accident, failure to provide necessary maintenance, normal wear and tear, or acts of God or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of Seller, and does
not cover batteries, missing or damaged parts from clearance or open box sales, or repairs or maintenance to door components
ALL EXPRESS AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES FOR THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN TIME TO THE APPLICABLE WARRANTY PERIOD
REFLECTED ABOVE NO WARRANTIES, WHETHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, WILL APPLY AFTER THE LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD HAS
EXPIRED Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you
IN NO EVENT SHALL GMI HOLDINGS, INC OR OVERHEAD DOOR CORPORATION BE RESPONSIBLE FOR, OR LIABLE TO ANYONE FOR,
SPECIAL, INDIRECT, COLLATERAL, PUNITIVE, INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, even if Seller has been advised of the possibility
of such damages Such excluded damages include, but are not limited to, loss of use, cost of any substitute product, or other similar indirect financial loss
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you
Claims under this warranty must be made promptly after discovery and within the applicable warranty period To obtain warranty service, you must contact
Genie® customer service and provide proof of the date and location of purchase and identification as the original purchaser Call Genie® Customer Service toll
free at 1-800-354-3643 to speak with a trained representative Purchaser must allow seller a reasonable opportunity to inspect Product claimed to be defective
prior to removal or alteration of its condition Upon determination by Seller that the Product or any part thereof is defective during the applicable warranty
period (which may require purchaser to return the Product to Seller at purchaser’s expense), Seller will supply the purchaser with replacement parts or, at its
option, a replacement Product Seller may use new or reconditioned parts, or a new or reconditioned Product of the same or similar design
There are no established informal dispute resolution procedures of the type described in the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act
PURCHASER:
INSTALLATION ADDRESS:
DATE PURCHASED:
SERIAL NUMBER:
OPENER MODEL:
REMOTE CONTROL MODEL:
DEALER NAME:
DEALER ADDRESS:
P900-775