Specifications | Chamberlain 2000UK Garage Door Opener User Manual

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Instructions – Garage Door Operator – Model MotorLift 2000UK
TM
Alfred Nobel Str. 4 - 66793 Saarwellingen, Germany
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For Service: 0800 317847
START BY READING THESE IMPORTANT SAFETY RULES
These safety alert symbols mean Caution – a personal safety or property damage instruction. Read these instructions carefully.
This garage door opener is designed and tested to offer reasonable safe service provided it is installed and operated in strict
accordance with the following safety rules.
Failure to comply with the following instructions may result in serious personal injury or property damage.
Keep garage door balanced. Sticking or binding doors
must be repaired. Garage doors, door springs, cables,
pulleys, brackets and their hardware are under extreme
tension and can cause serious personal injury. Do not
attempt to loosen, move or adjust them. Call for garage
door service.
The force, as measured on the closing edge of the door,
should not exceed 150 N (15kg). If the closing force is
adjusted to more than 150 N, the Protector System must
be installed. Do not use the force adjustments to
compensate for a binding or sticking garage door.
Excessive force will interfere with the proper operation of the
Safety Reverse System or damage the garage door.
Do not wear rings, watches or loose clothing while
installing or servicing a garage door opener.
Fasten the caution label adjacent to the lighted door control
button as a reminder of safe operating procedures.
To avoid serious personal injury from entanglement,
remove all ropes connected to the garage door before
installing the door opener.
Disengage all existing garage door locks to avoid
damage to garage door.
Install the lighted door control button (or any additional push
buttons) in a location where the garage door is visible,
but out of the reach of children. Do not allow children to
operate push button(s) or remote control(s). Serious
personal injury from a closing garage door may result from
misuse of the opener.
Installation and wiring must be in compliance with your
local building and electrical codes. Connect the power
cord only to properly earthed mains.
Lightweight doors of fiberglass, aluminum or steel
must be substantially reinforced to avoid door
damage. (See page 4.) The best solution is to check with
your garage door manufacturer for an opener installation
reinforcement kit.
Activate opener only when the door is in full view, free
of obstructions and opener is properly adjusted. No one
should enter or leave the garage while the door is in
motion. Do not allow children to play near the door.
The safety reverse system test is very important. Your
garage door MUST reverse on contact with a 25mm (1")
obstacle placed on the floor. Failure to properly adjust the
opener may result in serious personal injury from a closing
garage door. Repeat the test once a month and make
any needed adjustments.
Use manual release only to disengage the trolley and, if
possible, only when the door is closed. Do not use the red
handle to pull the door open or closed.
Disconnect electric power to the garage door opener
before making repairs or removing covers.
This product is provided with a cable of special design
which, if damaged, must be replaced by a cable of the
same type; such a cable may be obtained from your local
Chamberlain distributor and must be fitted by a specialist.
This unit should not be installed in a damp or wet
space.
CONTENTS
ASSEMBLY: Page 2 – Illustrations 5 – 10
OPERATION OF YOUR OPENER: Page 5
SAFETY RULES: Page 1
INSTALLATION:
CARE OF YOUR OPENER: Page 5
DOOR TYPES: Page 1 – Illustration 1
TOOLS REQUIRED: Illustration 2
Pages 3-4 – Illustrations 11 – 19
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR OPENER: Page 6
PROGRAMMING THE CODE:
PROBLEMS: Page 6
HARDWARE PROVIDED:
Page 4 – Illustration 20
Page 1 – Illustration 3
BEFORE YOU BEGIN: Page 2
ADJUSTMENT:
ACCESSORIES: Page 7 – Illustration 25
SPECIFICATIONS: Page 7
COMPLETED INSTALLATION:
INSTALL THE PROTECTOR SYSTEMTM
RAIL ASSEMBLY & INSTALLATION
PARTS LIST: Illustration 26
Page 2 – Illustration 4
(Optional): Page 5 – Illustration 24
OPENER PARTS LIST: Illustration 27
Pages 4-5 – Illustrations 21 – 23
DOOR TYPES – 1
A. One-Piece Door with Horizontal Track Only
B. One-Piece Door with Horizontal and Vertical Track – Special door arm
(F, The Chamberlain Arm™) required. See your dealer.
C. Sectional Door with Curved Track – See 19 B – connect door arm.
D. Double-wing door – Special door arm required. See your dealer.
E. Canopy door – Special door arm (F, The Chamberlain Arm™)
required. See your dealer.
HARDWARE PROVIDED – 3
Assembly Hardware:
(1) Washered Screws (2)
(2) Hex Screws (2)
(3) Nuts (2)
(4) Lock Washers (2)
(5) Master Links (2)
(6) Carriage Bolts (12)
(7) Lock Nuts (12)
(8) Trolley Threaded
Shaft (1)
(9) Clevis Pin (1)
Installation Hardware:
(10) Carriage Bolts (2)
(11) Wood Screws (4)
(12) Screws (2)
(13) Clevis Pins (2)
(14) Hex Screws (5)
(15) Rope
(16) Handle
(17) Insulated Staples
(18) Anchors (2)
(19) Lock Washers (8)
(20) Nuts (9)
(21) Ring Fasteners (3)
(22) Rail Grease
(23) 8mm Anchors (4)
(24) Sheet Metal
Screws (2)
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Caution: If your garage has no service entrance door, Model 1702EML Outside Quick Release must be installed. This accessory allows
manual operation of the garage door from outside in case of power failure.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN:
FASTEN T-RAIL TO THE OPENER – 8
1. Look at the wall or ceiling above the garage door. The header
bracket must be securely fastened to structural supports.
Place packing material under the opener to protect the opener cover.
For convenience, place a support under the cable pulley bracket end
of rail.
2. Do you have a finished ceiling in your garage? If so, a support bracket
and additional fastening hardware (not supplied) may be required.
3. Depending on your door's construction, you might need a special
door arm. See your dealer.
4. Do you have an access door in addition to the garage door? If not,
Model 1702EML Outside Quick Release Accessory is required.
Remove the (2) washered screws (1) from the top of the opener. Align
holes in back end of the T-rail with holes in opener (2).
Fasten the rail to the opener with the same washered screws and
tighten securely. Caution: Use only those screws! Use of any other
screws will cause serious damage to the door opener.
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Insert a hex screw (3) into trolley stop hole in T-rail (4). Tighten
securely with a lock washer (5) and nut (6).
COMPLETED INSTALLATION –
4
As you proceed with the assembly, installation and adjustment
proceedures in this manual, you may find it helpful to refer back
to this illustration of a completed installation.
(1) Cable Pulley Bracket
(2) Trolley
(3) Chain & Cable
(4) T-rail
(5) Hanging Bracket
(6) Power Cord
(7) Opener
(8) Manual Release
Rope & Handle
(9) Curved Door Arm
(10) Straight Door Arm
(11) Door Bracket
(12) Header Bracket
(13) Trolley Release Arm
INSTALL THE CHAIN/CABLE & ATTACH THE
SPROCKET COVER – 9
Do not remove chain/cable from carton.
Dispense a few inches of cable from carton and fasten to trolley
with a master link.
Master Link Procedure: Push pins of master link bar (5) through
cable loop (6) and hole in front end of trolley (7). Push cap (2) over
pins (8) and onto notches. Slide clip-on spring (1) over cap and onto
pin notches until both pins are securely locked in place.
Caution: Keep chain taut during installation to help prevent
kinking.
With the trolley against screwdriver, dispense chain/cable around
pulley (4). Proceed back around the opener sprocket (9). The opener
sprocket teeth must engage the chain. Continue forward to the trolley
threaded shaft.
Use the second master link to connect the chain to the flat end of the
threaded shaft (3).
Check to make sure the chain is not twisted.
Remove the screwdriver.
ASSEMBLY SECTION 5 – 10
Important: If you have a canopy or dual-track door, you need to
use the instructions packed with The Chamberlain Arm™
Accessory in conjunction with this Owner's Manual when
assembling the T-rail.
ASSEMBLE THE T-RAIL – 5
To attach the sprocket cover (10), insert the front tab (12) in the
opener slot. Using needle nose pliers, push together the two halves of
the back tab (11) inserting them on the mounting plate (13). Use
reverse procedure to remove.
TIGHTEN THE CHAIN/CABLE – 10
Spin inner nut (3) and lock washer (2) down threaded shaft (4).
Check to make sure chain is not twisted.
Place rail pieces on a flat surface for assembly. The center sections
with tapered ends (5) are interchangeable. So are the end sections
(4). Connect the braces (3) and lock nuts (2) from one side of the rails
and insert the carriage bolts (6) from the opposite side. Then the
trolley will not hit the lock nuts when it is installed.
To tighten the chain, turn outer nut (1) in the direction shown. As you
turn the nut, keep the chain from twisting.
The square necks on the carriage bolts must be seated in square
holes in rail sections (1).
Sprocket noise can result if chain is either too loose or too tight.
For canopy and dual-track doors, continue with the instructions
in this manual until Step 12.
When chain is approximately 13mm (1/2") above the base of the
T-rail (5) at midpoint, re-tighten inner nut.
When installation is complete, you may notice some chain droop with
the door closed. This is normal. The chain returns to the position
described above when the door is open, do not re-adjust the chain.
During future maintenance, ALWAYS pull the manual release
handle to disconnect trolley before adjusting chain.
INSTALL THE CABLE PULLEY BRACKET – 6
Position cable pulley bracket (2) on the front section of T-rail (6).
Fasten securely with: screws (1); lock washers (3) and nuts (4).
When tightening the screws, be sure to keep bracket parallel to
rail (5). Otherwise, rail may bow when opener is operated.
INSTALL THE TROLLEY – 7
Insert a screwdriver into trolley "stop" hole in the front end of T-rail (6).
Attach trolley threaded shaft (4) to the trolley with: lock washer (2),
and nuts (1 & 3). Slide trolley (5) along rail to the "stop".
Note: If the trolley hits any nuts on T-rail, review rail assembly
and reposition hardware.
ASSEMBLY OF YOUR OPENER IS NOW COMPLETE.
INSTALLATION SECTION
11 – 19
HANG THE OPENER – 15
The opener must be securely fastened to a structural support of
the garage.
Disengage all existing garage door locks to avoid damage to the
garage door.
To avoid serious personal injury from entanglement, remove all
ropes connected to the garage door before installing the opener.
Installation of this product shall comply with ZH1/494, VDE 0700
Part 238, and VDE 0700 Part 1.
It is recommended that the opener be installed
2,1m (7 feet) or more above the floor where space permits.
POSITION THE HEADER BRACKET – 11
The header bracket must be rigidly fastened to a structural
support of the garage. Reinforce the wall or ceiling with a
40mm (1-1/2") board if necessary. Failure to comply may result in
improper operation of safety reverse system.
You can attach the header bracket either to the header wall (1) or to
the ceiling (3). Follow the instructions which will work best for your
particular requirements.
With the door closed, mark the vertical centerline (2) of the garage
door. Extend line onto header wall above the door.
Open door to highest point of travel. Draw an intersecting horizontal
line on header wall 5cm (2") above high point to provide travel
clearance for top edge of door.
INSTALL THE HEADER BRACKET – 12
A. Wall Mount: Center the bracket (2) on the vertical guideline (1)
with the bottom edge of the bracket on the horizontal line (6)
(with the arrow pointing toward the ceiling).
Three representative installations are shown. Yours may be
different. Hanging brackets (1) should be angled (Figure A) to
provide rigid support. On finished ceilings, (Figure B) attach a sturdy
metal bracket (not supplied) (4) to a structural support before installing
the opener. For concrete ceiling mount, (Figure C), use concrete
anchors (5) provided.
On each side of opener measure the distance from the opener to the
structural support (or ceiling).
Cut both pieces of the hanging bracket to required lengths. Flatten one
end of each bracket and bend or twist to fit the fastening angles. Do
not bend at the bracket holes. Drill 4,5mm (3/16") pilot holes in the
structural supports (or ceiling). Attach flattened ends of brackets to
supports with wood screws (2).
Lift opener and fasten to hanging brackets with screw, lock washer
and nut (3). Check to make sure T-rail is centered over the door.
REMOVE 25mm (1") board. Operate door manually. If door hits the
rail, raise header bracket.
Grease the top and underside of rail surface on which the trolley
slides. A tube of grease is supplied.
ATTACH MANUAL RELEASE ROPE
& HANDLE – 16
Thread one end of rope (1) through hole in top of red handle so
"NOTICE" reads right side up as shown (3). Secure with an overhand
knot (2). Knot should be at least 25mm (1") from end of the rope to
prevent slipping.
Thread other end of rope through hole in release arm of the outer
trolley (4). Adjust rope length so that handle is 1,8m (6 feet) above the
floor. Secure with an overhand knot.
Note: If it is necessary to cut rope, heat seal cut end with a match
or lighter to prevent fraying.
Mark either set of bracket holes (4 or 5). Do not use the holes
designated for ceiling mount. Drill 4,5mm (3/16") pilot holes and
fasten the bracket with wood screws (3).
CONNECT ELECTRIC POWER
B. Ceiling Mount: Extend vertical guideline (1) onto the ceiling.
TO AVOID INSTALLATION DIFFICULTIES, DO NOT RUN THE
GARAGE DOOR OPENER UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO.
Center the bracket (2) on the vertical mark no more than 150mm (6")
from the wall. Make sure the arrow is pointing toward the wall.
Mark holes designated for ceiling mount only (4). Drill 4,5mm (3/16")
pilot holes and fasten the bracket with wood screws (3).
Connect the opener to a mains which is properly EARTHED
according to the wiring instruction tag attached to power cord
(and as specified by local code).
Connect the door opener only to an outlet controlled by a double
pole switch.
ATTACH T-RAIL TO HEADER BRACKET – 13
Position opener on garage floor below the header bracket. Use
packing material to protect the cover.
INSTALL THE LIGHT – 17
Note: To enable the T-rail to clear sectional door springs, it may
be necessary to lift opener onto a temporary support.
Install a 40 watt maximum light bulb (1) in the socket as shown. The
light will turn on and remain lit for 4-1/2 minutes when power is
connected. After 4-1/2 minutes it will turn off.
The opener must either be secured to a support or held firmly in
place by another person.
Replace burned out bulbs with rough service light bulbs. Bulb not
included. Use only 40 watt maximum ESRS type.
Raise T-rail until cable pulley and header brackets come together.
Join with clevis pin (1). Insert ring fastener (2) to secure.
POSITION THE OPENER – 14
Note: A 25mm (1") board (1) is convenient for setting an ideal
door-to-T-rail distance (unless headroom is not sufficient).
Raise the opener onto a stepladder. Open garage door. Place a
25mm (1") board (1) laid flat on the top section of door near the
centerline as shown. Rest the T-rail on the board.
If the raised door hits the trolley, pull down on the trolley release
arm to disconnect the inner and outer trolley sections. The trolley
can remain disconnected until connecting door arm to trolley
is completed.
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Wear protective goggles when working overhead to protect your
eyes from injury.
FASTEN DOOR BRACKET – 18
PROGRAM YOUR OPENER & REMOTE – 20
If yours is a canopy or dual-track style garage door, a door arm
conversion kit is required. Follow the installation instructions included
with the replacement door arm. Exercise care in removing and
assembling arm conversion kit. Keep fingers away from the sliding
parts.
Activate the opener only when door is in full view, free of
obstruction and properly adjusted. No one should enter or leave
garage while door is in motion. Do not allow children to operate
push button(s) or remote(s). Do not allow children to play near
the door.
Sectional and One-Piece Door Installation Procedure:
Your garage door opener receiver and remote control transmitter are
set to a matching code. If you purchase additional remote controls, the
garage door opener must be programmed to accept the new remote
code.
2. A. Wooden doors
Program the Receiver to Match Additional Remote Control Codes
Drill 8mm (5/16") holes and fasten the door bracket with nut,
lock washer, and carriage bolt (2).
1. Press and hold the remote control push button (1).
B. Sheet metal doors
2. Press and release the "Smart" button (2) on the back panel
of the opener. The opener light will flash once.
Fasten with sheet metal screws (3).
C. One-piece door optional
Fasten with sheet metal screws (3).
CONNECT DOOR ARM TO TROLLEY – 19
3. Release the remote push button.
Now the opener will operate when the remote control push button is
pressed.
If you release the remote control push button before the opener
light flashes, the opener will not accept the code.
To Erase all Remote Control Codes
Sectional Door Installation: Note door arm configuration in Figure B.
One-Piece Door Installation: Procedure (Figure A).
Connect straight door arm (1) and curved door arm sections (2) to
obtain the longest possible length with hardware (3, 4 & 5). With door
closed, connect straight door arm section to door bracket with a
clevis pin (6). Secure with a ring fastener (7).
• Press and hold the "Smart" button on the opener panel until the
indicator light turns off (about 6 seconds). All the codes the opener
has learned will be erased.
• To reprogram, repeat Steps 1 – 3 for each remote control in use.
Before connecting door arm to trolley, adjust travel limits. Limit
adjustment screws are located on left side panel.
Open Door Adjustment: Decrease up limit. Turn up limit adjustment
screw counterclockwise 5-1/2 turns.
Press door control button. Trolley will travel to full open position (8).
Manually raise door to open position (parallel to floor) and lift door
arm (9) to trolley. The arm should touch trolley just in back of door arm
connector hole (10) as shown in solid line drawing. Increase up limit
if necessary. One full turn equals 5cm (2") of door travel.
Closed Door Adjustment: Decrease down limit. Turn down limit
adjustment screw clockwise 5 complete turns.
Press door control button. Trolley will travel to full closed position (11).
Manually close door and lift door arm (12) to trolley. The arm should
touch trolley just ahead of door arm connector hole (13) as shown in
dotted line drawing. Decrease down limit if necessary. One full turn
equals 5cm (2") of door travel.
Connect Door Arm to Trolley: With door closed, connect curved arm
to trolley with remaining clevis pin. Secure with ring fastener.
Note: Lift door slightly to make connection if necessary.
Run opener through a complete travel cycle. If door has a slight
"backward" slant in full open position, decrease up limits until door is
parallel to floor.
ADJUSTMENT SECTION 21 – 23
LIMIT ADJUSTMENT – 21
Run the opener through a complete travel cycle. Limit adjustments
are not necessary when the door opens and closes completely and
doesn't reverse unintentionally in the fully closed position.
Situations requiring limit adjustment are listed below. Run the opener
through a complete travel cycle after each adjustment.
Note: Repeated operation of the opener during adjustment
procedures may cause motor to overheat and shut off. Allow a
15 minute cooling period after 5 continuous operations of
the opener.
Read the following carefully before proceeding to Force Adjustment.
Use a screwdriver to make limit adjustments.
If Door Doesn't Open Completely but Opens at Least 1,5m
( 5 feet): Increase up travel. Turn the up limit adjustment screw (1)
clockwise. One turn equals 5cm (2") of travel.
If door does not open at least 1,5m (5 feet): Adjust up (open)
force. See Force Adjustment.
If Door Doesn't Close Completely: If door arm is at maximum length,
increase down travel. Turn down limit adjustment screw (2)
counterclockwise. One turn equals 5cm (2") of travel.
If the door still will not close completely, the header bracket is
positioned too high.
If Opener Reverses in Fully Closed Position: Decrease down
travel. Turn down limit adjustment screw (2) clockwise. One turn
equals 5cm (2") of travel.
If Door Reverses when Closing and there is no Interference to
Travel Cycle: Test door for binding. Pull manual release handle.
Manually open and close door. If door is binding, call a door
serviceman. If door is not binding or unbalanced, adjust down
(close) force.
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1. Center bracket (1) at the top of inside face of door as shown.
Mark holes.
FORCE ADJUSTMENT – 22
OPERATION OF YOUR OPENER
The force, as measured on the closing edge of the door, should
not exceed 150 N (15kg). If the closing force is adjusted to more
than 150 N, the Protector System must be installed.
Your opener can be activated by any of the following devices:
Do not use force adjustments to compensate for a binding or
sticking garage door. Excessive force will interfere with proper
operation of safety reverse system or damage garage door.
• The Outside Keylock or Keyless Entry System (if you have
installed either of these accessories).
If the force adjustments are set too light, door travel may be
interrupted by nuisance reversals in down direction and stops in up
direction. Weather conditions can affect the door movement,
occasional adjustment may be needed.
Maximum force adjustment range is 260 degrees, about 3/4 of a
complete turn. Do not force controls beyond that point. Turn force
adjustment controls with a screwdriver.
Test Down (Close) Force: Grasp the door handle or door bottom
when door is about halfway through down (close) travel. Door should
reverse. (Reversal halfway through down travel does not
guarantee reversal on a 25mm (1") obstruction.) If the door is hard
to hold or doesn't reverse, decrease down (close) force by turning
the control (2) in a counterclockwise direction. Make small
adjustments until door reverses normally. After each adjustment, run
opener through a complete cycle.
If Door Doesn't Open at Least 1,5m (5 feet): Increase up (open)
force by turning the control (1) in a clockwise direction. Make small
adjustments until door opens completely. Re-adjust
up limit if necessary. After each adjustment, run opener through a
complete travel cycle.
If Door Reverses During Down (Close) Cycle: Increase down
(close) force by turning the control (2) in a clockwise direction. Make
small adjustments until door completes close cycle. After each
adjustment, run the opener through a complete travel cycle.
Do not increase the force beyond the minimum amount required
to close the door.
TEST THE SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM – 23
• The Remote Control Transmitter. Hold the push button down until
the door starts to move.
Opening the Door Manually:
Door should be fully closed if possible. Weak or broken springs
could allow an open door to fall rapidly. Property damage or
serious personal injury could result.
The door can be opened manually by pulling the release handle down
and back (toward the opener). To reconnect the door, pull the release
handle straight down.
Do not use the manual release handle to pull the door open
or closed.
When the Opener is Activated by Remote Control:
1. If open, the door will close. If closed, the door will open.
2. If closing, the door will reverse.
3. If opening, the door will stop (allowing space for entry and exit of
pets and for fresh air).
4. If the door has been stopped in a partially open position, it
will close.
5. If an obstruction is encountered while closing, the door will reverse.
6. If an obstruction is encountered while opening, the door will stop.
7. The optional Protector System™ uses an invisible beam which,
when broken by an obstruction, causes a closing door to open and
prevents an open door from closing. It is STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED for homeowners with young children.
Allow a 15 minute cooling period after 5 continuous operations of
the opener.
The opener light will turn on: 1. when opener is initially plugged in;
2. when the power is interrupted; 3. when the opener is activated.
The light turns off automatically after 4-1/2 minutes. Bulb size is
40 Watts maximum, ESRS type.
The safety reverse system test is important. Garage door must
reverse on contact with a 25mm (1") obstacle laid flat on the
floor. Failure to properly adjust opener may result in serious
personal injury from a closing garage door. Repeat test once a
month and adjust as needed.
Procedure: Place a 25mm (1") obstacle (1) laid flat on the floor under
the garage door. Operate the door in the down direction. The door
must reverse on the obstruction. If the door stops on the obstruction,
it is not traveling far enough in the down direction. Increase the down
limit by turning down limit adjustment screw counterclockwise
1/4 turn. Repeat test.
When the door reverses on the 25mm (1") obstacle, remove the
obstruction and run the opener through a complete travel cycle. Door
must not reverse in closed position. If it does, adjust Limits and Force
and repeat safety reverse test.
INSTALL THE PROTECTOR SYSTEM TM – 24
(See accessories)
The force, as measured on the closing edge of the door, should
not exceed 150 N (15kg). If the closing force is adjusted to more
than 150 N, the Protector System must be installed.
After opener has been installed and adjusted, The Protector
System™ accessory can be installed. Instructions are included with
this accessory.
The Protector System™ provides an additional measure of safety
against a small child being caught under a garage door. It uses an
invisible beam which, when broken by an obstruction, causes a closing
door to open and prevents an open door from closing and is strongly
recommended for homeowners with young children.
CARE OF YOUR OPENER
When properly installed, opener will provide high performance with
a minimum of maintenance. The opener does not require additional
lubrication.
Limit and Force Adjustments: These adjustments must be checked
and properly set when opener is installed. Only a screwdriver is
required. Weather conditions may cause some minor changes in
the door operation, requiring some re-adjustments, particularly
during the first year of operation.
Refer to the limit and force adjustments on pages 4 & 5. Follow the
instructions carefully and repeat the safety reverse test after
any adjustment.
Remote Control Transmitter: The portable remote control may be
secured to a car sun visor with the clip provided. Additional remotes
can be purchased at any time for use in all vehicles using garage.
Refer to Accessories. The receiver must be programmed to operate
with any new remote.
Remote Control Battery: The 12 Volt battery should produce power
for at least one year. When the light becomes dim or does not come
on, replace the battery. If transmission range lessens, check the
battery test light.
To Change Battery: Remove visor clip and connecting screw in
transmitter case. Snap connector onto new battery. Do not dispose of
the old battery with household waste. Take batteries to a proper
disposal center.
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Force Adjustment Controls (1 & 2) are located on the back panel of
opener.
• The Lighted Door Control Button (optional). Hold the button down
until door starts to move.
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR OPENER
Once a Month:
• Repeat safety reverse test. Make any necessary adjustments.
• Manually operate door. If it is unbalanced or binding, call for
professional garage door service.
• Check to be sure door opens and closes fully. Adjust Limits
and/or Force if necessary.
5. Opener noise is disturbing in living quarters of home:
If operational noise is a problem because of proximity of the opener to
the living quarters, Vibration Isolator Kit 41A3263 can be installed.
This kit was designed to reduce the "sounding board effect" and is
easy to install.
6. The garage door opens and closes by itself:
Make sure remote push button is not stuck "on".
Twice a Year:
Once a Year:
Oil door rollers, bearings and hinges. The opener does not require
additional lubrication. Do not grease the door tracks.
7. Door stops but doesn't close completely:
Review Travel Limits Adjustment.
Repeat safety reverse test after any adjustment of door arm
length, close force or down limit.
8. Door opens but won't close:
• Check The Protector System™ (if you have installed this accessory).
If the light is blinking, correct alignment.
• If opener light does not blink and it is a new installation, check the
down force.
Repeat the safety reverse test after the adjustment is complete.
HAVING A PROBLEM?
1. Opener doesn't operate from remote control:
• Does the opener have electric power? Plug lamp into outlet. If it
doesn't light, check the fuse box or the circuit breaker. (Some outlets
are controlled by a wall switch.)
• Have you disengaged all door locks? Review installation instruction
warnings on page 1.
• Is there a build-up of ice or snow under the door? The door may be
frozen to ground. Remove any obstruction.
• The garage door spring may be broken. Have it replaced.
• Repeated operation may have tripped the overload protector in the
motor. Wait 15 minutes. Try again.
2. Remote has short range:
• Is battery installed? Check battery test light. If the light is dim,
change the battery.
• Change the location of the remote control on the car.
• A metal garage door, foil-backed insulation or metal siding will
reduce the transmission range.
3. Door reverses for no apparent reason and opener light doesn't
blink:
• Is something obstructing the door? Pull manual release handle.
Operate door manually. If it is unbalanced or binding, call for
professional garage door service.
• Clear any ice or snow from garage floor area where garage
door closes.
• Review Force Adjustment.
• If door reverses in FULLY CLOSED position, decrease travel limits.
Repeat safety reverse test after adjustment is complete.
The need for occasional adjustment of the force and limit
settings is normal. Weather conditions in particular can affect
door travel.
4. Door reverses for no apparent reason and opener light blinks
for 5 seconds after reversing:
Check The Protector System™ (if you have installed this accessory). If
the light is blinking, correct alignment.
9. Opener light does not turn ON:
Replace light bulb (40 Watts maximum). Replace burned out light
bulbs with rough service light bulbs.
10. Opener light does not turn OFF:
There may be a defective earth at the ceiling or wall receptacle.
The unit must be earthed.
11. Opener strains or maximum force is needed to activate door:
Door may be unbalanced or springs are broken. Close door and use
manual release rope and handle to disconnect trolley. Open and close
door manually. A properly balanced door will stay in any point of travel
while being supported entirely by its springs. If it does not, call for
professional garage door service to correct the problem.
Do not increase the force to operate the opener.
12. Opener motor hums briefly, then won't work:
• Garage door springs are broken. SEE ABOVE.
• If problem occurs on first operation of opener, door is locked.
Disable door lock. If chain was removed and reinstalled, the motor
may be out of phase. Remove chain; cycle motor to down position.
Observe drive sprocket. When it turns in clockwise direction and
stops in down position, re-install chain.
Repeat safety reverse test after adjustment is complete.
13. Opener won't activate due to power failure:
• Pull manual release rope and handle down and back to disconnect
trolley. Door can be opened and closed manually. When the power is
restored, pull the manual release handle straight down. The next
time the opener is activated, the trolley will reconnect.
• The Outside Quick Release accessory (if fitted) disconnects the
trolley from outside the garage in case of power failure.
14. The chain droops or sags:
It is normal for the chain to droop slightly in the closed door position.
Use the manual release rope and handle to disconnect the trolley. If
the chain returns to the normal height when the trolley is disengaged
and the door reverses on a 25mm (1") obstacle laid flat, no
adjustments are needed.
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• Check chain tension. Disconnect trolley first. Adjust if necessary.
SPECIFICATIONS
(1) Model 4180EML ........................Single-Function Remote Control
(2) Model 4183EML ........................3-Function Remote Control
(3) Model 4185EML ........................3-Function Mini Remote Control
(4) Model 845EML ..........................Multi-Function Door Control Panel
(5) Model 75EML ............................Lighted Door Control Button
(6) Model 787EML ..........................Keyless Entry System
(7) Model 760EML ..........................Outside Keylock
(8) Model 1702EML ........................Outside Quick Release
(9) Model 770EML ..........................The Protector System™
(10) Model 1703EML ........................The Chamberlain Arm™
(11) Model 1EML ..............................Door Handle Quick Release
(12) Model 34EML ............................2-Position Key Switch
Flush Mount
Model 41EML ............................2-Position Key Switch
Surface Mount
WIRING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCESSORIES
Keyless Entry System – To opener terminals: Red-1 and White-2
Lighted Push Button – To opener terminals: Red-1 and White-2
Outside Keylock – To opener terminals: Red-1 and White-2
Protector System™ – To opener terminals: White-2 and Black-3
Door Control Panel – To opener terminals: Red-1 and White-2
Rated Pull Force .............600N
Motor
Type ................................Permanent split capacitor
Speed..............................1500 rpm
Volts ................................230-240 Volts AC-50Hz Only
Current ............................2,0 amperes
Drive Mechanism
Gears ..............................16:1 worm gear reduction
Drive................................Chain/cable with one-piece trolley on
steel T-rail.
Length of Travel ..............Adjustable to 2,29m (7-1/2 feet)
Travel Rate .....................178mm (7 inches) per second
Lamp ...............................On when door starts, off 4-1/2 minutes
after stop.
Door Linkage...................Adjustable door arm. Pull cord trolley
release.
Safety
Personal..........................Push button and automatic reversal in down
direction. Push button and automatic stop in
up direction.
Electronic ........................Independent up and down force
adjustment screws.
Electrical .........................Motor overload protector and low voltage
push button wiring.
Limit Device ....................Circuit actuated by limit nut.
Limit Adjustment .............Screwdriver adjustment on side panel.
Start Circuit .....................Low voltage push button circuit.
Dimensions
Length (Overall) ..............3,11m (122-1/2 inches)
Headroom Required........5cm (2 feet)
Hanging Weight ..............14,5 kg (32 lb)
REPLACEMENT PARTS
26 –
Receiver
Operating Frequency ......418 MHz
Memory Registers...........12
Code Switch Memory......1
Keypad Code Memory ....1
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Declaration of Conformity
Automatic Garage Door Opener ....................................................Model No. G2000MLXX
is in conformity to the
applicable sections of Standards .....................................................EN55014, EN61000-3,
ETS 300 683,
EN60555, & EN60335-1
per the provisions & all amendments
of the EU Directives .....................................................................73/23/EEC, 89/336/EEC
Declaration of Incorporation
Automatic Garage Door Opener Model No. G200ML, when installed and maintained
according to all the Manufacturer’s instructions in combination with a Garage Door,
which has also been installed and maintained according to all the Manufacturer’s
instructions, meet the provisions of EU Directive 89/392/EEC and all amendments.
I, the undersigned, hereby declare that the equipment
specified above and any accessory listed in the manual
conforms to the above Directives and Standards.
Chamberlain GmbH
D-66793 Saarwellingen
December, 1998
114A2064E
Colin B. Willmott
Chefingenieur
© 1999, Chamberlain GmbH
All rights reserved
7-GB
ACCESSORIES – 25
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