Chamberlain 2280C 1/2 HP Garage Door Opener User Manual

The Chamberlain Group, Inc.
845 Larch Avenue
Elmhurst, Illinois 60126-1196
www.liftmaster.com
®
GARAGE DOOR OPENER
Model 3595S 3/4 HP
For Residential Use
Install on Sectional Doors ONLY
THIS OPERATOR IS INTENDED FOR USE ONLY WITH I-BEAM RAILS.
Owner’s Manual
■
Please read this manual and the enclosed safety materials carefully!
■
Fasten the manual near the garage door after installation.
■
The door WILL NOT CLOSE unless the Protector System® is connected and properly
aligned.
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Periodic checks of the opener are required to ensure safe operation.
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The model number label is located under the light lens on the left side panel of your
opener.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
2-5
Operation
Safety symbol and signal word review ....................... 2
Preparing your garage door ....................................... 3
Tools needed .............................................................. 3
Planning .................................................................... 4
Carton inventory ......................................................... 5
Hardware inventory .................................................... 5
Assembly
Operation safety instructions .................................... 23
Using your garage door opener ............................... 23
Using the wall-mounted door control........................ 24
Using the remote control .......................................... 25
Troubleshooting ........................................................ 25
The remote control batteries .................................... 25
To open the door manually ....................................... 26
Care of your garage door opener ............................. 26
Having a problem? .............................................. 26-27
Smart Control Panel™ messages ............................ 28
6-7
Attach the rail to the motor unit .................................. 6
Attach the chain spreader .......................................... 6
Attach chassis support bracket .................................. 6
Tighten the chain ........................................................ 7
Installation
Programming
29-30
To add or reprogram a hand-held remote control .... 29
To erase all codes .................................................... 29
3-Button remotes ...................................................... 29
To add, reprogram or change
a Keyless Entry PIN ................................................. 30
7-19
Installation safety instructions .................................... 7
Determine the header bracket location ...................... 8
Install the header bracket ........................................... 9
Attach the rail to the header bracket ........................ 10
Position the opener .................................................. 10
Hang the opener........................................................11
Install the door control .............................................. 12
Install the light .......................................................... 13
Attach the emergency release rope and handle ...... 13
Electrical requirements ............................................. 14
Install the Protector System® ............................... 15-17
Fasten the door bracket ........................................... 18
Connect the door arm to the trolley.......................... 19
Adjustment
23-26
Repair Parts
31-32
Rail assembly parts .................................................. 31
Installation parts ....................................................... 31
Motor unit assembly parts ........................................ 32
Accessories
Notes
33
34-35
Repair Parts and Service
36
Warranty
36
20-22
Adjust the UP and DOWN travel limits..................... 20
Adjust the force ........................................................ 21
Test the safety reversal system ................................ 22
Test the Protector System® ...................................... 22
INTRODUCTION
Safety Symbol and Signal Word Review
This garage door opener has been designed and tested to offer safe service provided it is installed, operated,
maintained and tested in strict accordance with the instructions and warnings contained in this manual.
When you see these Safety Symbols and Signal Words
on the following pages, they will alert you to the
possibility of serious injury or death if you do not
comply with the warnings that accompany them. The
hazard may come from something mechanical or from
electric shock. Read the warnings carefully.
Mechanical
Electrical
When you see this Signal Word on the following pages, it
will alert you to the possibility of damage to your garage
door and/or the garage door opener if you do not comply
with the cautionary statements that accompany it. Read
them carefully.
2
Preparing your garage door
Before you begin:
• Disable locks.
• Remove any ropes connected to garage door.
• Complete the following test to make sure your garage
door is balanced and is not sticking or binding:
1. Lift the door about halfway as shown. Release the
door. If balanced, it should stay in place, supported
entirely by its springs.
2. Raise and lower the door to see if there is any
binding or sticking.
If your door binds, sticks, or is out of balance, call a
trained door systems technician.
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH:
• ALWAYS call a trained door systems technician if garage
door binds, sticks, or is out of balance. An unbalanced
garage door may not reverse when required.
• NEVER try to loosen, move or adjust garage door, door
springs, cables, pulleys, brackets or their hardware, all of
which are under EXTREME tension.
• Disable ALL locks and remove ALL ropes connected to
garage door BEFORE installing and operating garage door
opener to avoid entanglement.
To prevent damage to garage door and opener:
• ALWAYS disable locks BEFORE installing and operating the
opener.
• ONLY operate garage door opener at 120V, 60 Hz to avoid
malfunction and damage.
Tools needed
During assembly, installation and adjustment of the
opener, instructions will call for hand tools as illustrated
below.
Pencil
Carpenter’s
Level (Optional)
1
2
Hack Saw
Tape Measure
Wire Cutters
Drill
Stepladder
Claw Hammer
3/16", 5/16" and
5/32" Drill Bits
1/2" and 7/16" Sockets
and Wrench
Pliers
Screwdriver
3
Adjustable End Wrench
Planning
Identify the type and height of your garage door. Survey
your garage area to see if any of the conditions below
apply to your installation. Additional materials may be
required. You may find it helpful to refer back to this page
and the accompanying illustrations as you proceed with
the installation of your opener.
Without a properly working safety reversal system, persons
(particularly small children) could be SERIOUSLY INJURED or
KILLED by a closing garage door.
• The gap between the bottom of the garage door and the floor
MUST NOT exceed 1/4" (6 mm). Otherwise, the safety
reversal system may not work properly.
• The floor or the garage door MUST be repaired to eliminate
the gap.
SECTIONAL DOOR INSTALLATION
Horizontal and vertical reinforcement
is needed for lightweight garage doors
(fiberglass, steel, aluminum, door with
glass panels, etc.). See page 18 for details.
FINISHED CEILING
Support bracket &
fastening hardware
is required.
See page 11.
Slack in chain tension
is normal when
garage door is closed.
Header Wall
Extension
Spring
Torsion
Spring
———
OR
Vertical
Centerline of
Garage Door
Access
Door
Wallmounted
Door
Control
———
——
Safety Reversing Sensor
Motor Unit
Safety
Reversing
Gap between floor
Sensor
and bottom of door
must not exceed 1/4" (6 mm)
4
Carton Inventory
Your garage door opener is packaged in two cartons which
contain the motor unit and all parts illustrated below.
Accessories will depend on the model purchased. If
SECURITY:®
3-Button Remote Control
Model 373P (1)
LOC
K
LIG
HT
anything is missing, carefully check the packing material.
Parts may be stuck in the foam. Hardware for installation
is also listed below.
Remote Control
Transmitter Visor Clip
Chassis Support
Bracket
Smart Control Panel™
G
ILIN
CE
NLY
TO
UN
MO
UP
Header Bracket
Chain
Motor Unit With Light Lenses
Door Bracket
Rail
2 Conductor Bell Wire
White & White/Red
Chain Spreader
Trolley
Safety Sensor Bracket (2)
Curved Door
Arm Section
Chain Pulley
Bracket
The Protector System®
(2) Safety Reversing Sensors
(1 Sending Eye and 1 Receiving Eye)
with 2-Conduction White &
White/Black Bell Wire attached
Extension
Bracket (2)
Safety Labels
and
Literature
INSTALLATION HARDWARE
Hex Bolt 5/16"-18x7/8" (4)
Lag Screw 5/16"-9x1-5/8" (2)
Lag Screw 5/16"-18x1-7/8" (2)
Clevis Pin 5/16"x2-3/4" (1)
Clevis Pin 5/16"x1-1/4" (1)
Clevis Pin 5/16"x1" (1)
Nut 5/16"-18 (4)
Lock Washer 5/16" (4)
Screw 6ABx1-1/4" (2)
Screw 6-32x1" (2)
Self-Threading Screw 1/4"-14x5/8" (2)
Washered Bolt 5/16"-18x1/2" (2)
Hex Bolt 1/4"-20x5/8" (4)
Hex Screws 8-32x1" (2)
Screw #8-32x3/8"
Insulated Staples (30)
Ring Fastener (3)
Drywall Anchors (2)
Rail Grease
Carriage Bolt 1/4"-20x1/2" (2)
Wing Nut 1/4"-20 (2)
Lock Nut 1/4"-20
Lag Screw 1/4x1-1/2" (4)
Rope
Handle
5
Straight Door
Arm Section
ASSEMBLY STEP 1
Attach the Rail to the Motor Unit
To avoid SERIOUS damage to opener, ONLY use bolts/
fasteners mounted in the top of the opener.
To avoid installation difficulties, do not run the garage
door opener until instructed to do so.
• Remove the bolt and lock nut from the top of the motor
unit.
• Place rail onto the bolt mounted on the motor unit and
align the back hole with the hole in the top of the unit.
• Fasten rail with the washered bolt and lock nut
previously removed. Tighten securely. (Figure 1)
Remember to use only these bolts/fasteners! Any
other bolts/fasteners will cause serious damage to
the opener.
Figure 1
Washered Bolt
5/16"-18x1/2"
Lock Nut
Hex Screws
8-32x1"
ASSEMBLY STEP 2
Attach the Chain Spreader
Washers
• Attach chain spreader to the motor unit with two screws
(Figure 2).
• Guide the chain around the selected groove in the chain
spreader, to engage either the 8-tooth sprocket or the
6-tooth sprocket (Figure 3).
NOTE: The 6-tooth sprocket is for use with Carriage
House Doors and the 8-tooth sprocket is for use with
Regular Doors.
Figure 3
Chain Spreader
Chain
Spreader
Figure 2
Motor Unit
Sprocket
6-Tooth
Sprocket
Chain Spreader
8-Tooth
Sprocket
Motor Unit
Mounting Plate
Motor Unit
Mounting Plate
ASSEMBLY STEP 3
Attach the Chassis Support Bracket
To avoid possible SERIOUS INJURY to fingers from moving
garage door opener:
• ALWAYS keep hand clear of sprocket while operating opener.
• Securely attach chain spreader BEFORE operating.
• Position the rail support bracket on the unit.
• Attach the bracket to the rail with 1/4"-20x5/8" hex bolts
and lock washers. Do not overtighten.
• Attach the bracket to the opener by inserting a
5/16"-18x1/2" washered screw through a hole in each
side flange and a matching hole in the bracket.
Complete the connection by inserting the #8-32x3/8"
screw through the back flange and the hole in rail
support (Figure 4).
Figure 4
Hex Bolts 1/4"-20x5/8"
w/Lock Washers
Washered Bolt
5/16"-18x1/2"
Proceed to Assembly Step 4.
Chassis
Support
Bracket
Screw
#8-32x3/8"
Washered Bolt
5/16"-18x1/2"
Opener
Back Flange
Opener
Side Flange
6
ASSEMBLY STEP 4
Outer Nut
Tighten the Chain
Lock
Washer
Inner Nut
To Tighten Outer Nut
• Spin the inner nut and lock washer down the threaded
shaft, away from the trolley.
• To tighten the chain, turn outer nut in the direction
shown. As you turn the nut, keep the chain from
twisting.
• When the chain is approximately 1/2" (13 mm) above
the base of the rail at its midpoint, re-tighten the inner
nut to secure the adjustment.
Sprocket noise can result if chain is either too loose
or too tight.
When installation is complete, you may notice some chain
droop with the door closed. This is normal. If the chain
returns to the position shown when the door is open, do
not re-adjust the chain.
NOTE: During future maintenance, ALWAYS pull the
emergency release handle to disconnect trolley before
adjusting chain.
To Tighten
Inner Nut
Trolley
Chain
1/2"
mm)
1/2" (13
(1.27
cm)
Base of Rail
WARNING
You have now finished assembling your garage door
opener. Please read the following warnings before
proceeding to the installation section.
WARNING
INSTALLATION
IMPORTANT INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
To reduce the risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTALLATION WARNINGS
AND INSTRUCTIONS.
2. Install garage door opener ONLY on properly balanced
and lubricated garage door. An improperly balanced
door may not reverse when required and could result in
SEVERE INJURY or DEATH.
3. ALL repairs to cables, spring assemblies and other
hardware MUST be made by a trained door systems
technician BEFORE installing opener.
4. Disable ALL locks and remove ALL ropes connected to
garage door BEFORE installing opener to avoid
entanglement.
5. Install garage door opener 7 feet (2.13 m) or more
above floor.
6. Mount emergency release handle 6 feet (1.83 m) above
floor.
7. NEVER connect garage door opener to power source
until instructed to do so.
8. NEVER wear watches, rings or loose clothing while
installing or servicing opener. They could be caught in
garage door or opener mechanisms.
9. Install wall-mounted garage door control:
• within sight of the garage door.
• out of reach of children at minimum height of 5 feet
(1.5 m).
• away from ALL moving parts of the door.
10. Place entrapment warning label on wall next to garage
door control.
11. Place manual release/safety reverse test label in plain
view on inside of garage door.
12. Upon completion of installation, test safety reversal
system. Door MUST reverse on contact with a
1-1/2" (3.8 cm) high object (or a 2x4 laid flat) on
the floor.
7
INSTALLATION STEP 1
Unfinished
Ceiling
Determine the Header Bracket
Location
OPTIONAL
CEILING
MOUNT
FOR
HEADER
BRACKET
2x4
Header Wall
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH:
• Header bracket MUST be RIGIDLY fastened to structural
support on header wall or ceiling, otherwise garage door
might not reverse when required. DO NOT install header
bracket over drywall.
• Concrete anchors MUST be used if mounting header bracket
or 2x4 into masonry.
• NEVER try to loosen, move or adjust garage door, springs,
cables, pulleys, brackets, or their hardware, all of which are
under EXTREME tension.
• ALWAYS call a trained door systems technician if garage
door binds, sticks, or is out of balance. An unbalanced
garage door might not reverse when required.
Vertical Centerline
of Garage Door
2x4
Structural
Supports
Level
(optional)
SECTIONAL DOOR ONLY
1. Close the door and mark the inside vertical centerline of
the garage door.
2. Extend the line onto the header wall above the door.
You can fasten the header bracket within 4 feet
(1.22 m) of the left or right of the door center only if
a torsion spring or center bearing plate is in the
way; or you can attach it to the ceiling (see page 9)
when clearance is minimal. (It may be mounted on
the wall upside down if necessary, to gain
approximately 1/2" [1 cm].)
If you need to install the header bracket on a 2x4
(on wall or ceiling), use lag screws (not provided)
to securely fasten the 2x4 to structural supports as
shown here and on page 9.
3. Open your door to the highest point of travel as shown.
Draw an intersecting horizontal line on the header wall
2" (5 cm) above the high point. This height will provide
travel clearance for the top edge of the door.
Header Wall
2" (5 cm) Track
Highest Point
of Travel
Door
8
Sectional door
with curved
track
INSTALLATION STEP 2
Install the Header Bracket
Wall Mounting Holes
You can attach the header bracket either to the wall above
the garage door, or to the ceiling. Follow the instructions
which will work best for your particular requirements. Do
not install the header bracket over drywall. If installing
into masonry, use concrete anchors (not provided).
CEILING MOUNT ONLY
The nail hole is for
positioning only.
You must use lag screws
to mount the header bracket.
UP
WALL HEADER BRACKET INSTALLATION
• Center the bracket on the vertical centerline with the
bottom edge of the bracket on the horizontal line as
shown (with the arrow pointing toward the ceiling).
• Mark the vertical set of bracket holes (do not use the
holes designated for ceiling mount). Drill 3/16" pilot
holes and fasten the bracket securely to a structural
support with the hardware provided.
Optional
Wall Mounting Holes
Vertical
Centerline of
Garage Door
Header
Wall
CE
ILIN
G
MO
TO
UN
Lag Screws
5/16"-9x1-5/8"
NLY
UP
2x4
Structural
Support
Header
Bracket
Door Spring
HARDWARE SHOWN ACTUAL SIZE
Horizontal
Line
Garage
Door
Highest Point of
Garage Door Travel
Lag Screw
5/16"-9 x 1-5/8"
CEILING HEADER BRACKET INSTALLATION
• Extend the vertical centerline onto the ceiling as shown.
• Center the bracket on the vertical mark, no more than
6" (15 cm) from the wall. Make sure the arrow is
pointing toward the wall. The bracket can be mounted
flush against the ceiling when clearance is minimal.
• Mark the side holes. Drill 3/16" pilot holes and fasten
bracket securely to a structural support with the
hardware provided.
Vertical
Centerline of
Garage Door
– Finished Ceiling –
Vertical
Centerline
Header
of Garage Door
Bracket
Door
Spring
Ceiling Mounting Holes
UP
6" (15 cm)
Maximum
Lag Screws
5/16"-9x1-5/8"
CEILING MOUNT ONLY
UP
Header Wall
The nail hole is for
positioning only.
You must use lag screws
to mount the header bracket.
Garage Door
9
Vertical
Centerline
of Garage Door
INSTALLATION STEP 3
Attach the Rail to the Header Bracket
Header Wall
Header
Bracket
Chain
Pulley
Bracket
• Position the opener on the garage floor below the
header bracket. Use packing material as a protective
base. NOTE: If the door spring is in the way you’ll need
help. Have someone hold the opener securely on a
temporary support to allow the rail to clear the spring.
• Position the rail bracket against the header bracket.
• Align the bracket holes and join with a clevis pin
as shown.
• Insert a ring fastener to secure.
Header
Bracket
Ring
Fastener
Clevis Pin
5/16"x2-3/4"
Chain
Pulley
Bracket
Rail
Garage
Door
HARDWARE SHOWN
ACTUAL SIZE
Ring Fastener
Temporary
Support
Clevis Pin 5/16"x2-3/4"
INSTALLATION STEP 4
Position the Opener
To prevent damage to garage door, rest garage door opener
rail on 2x4 placed on top section of door.
SECTIONAL DOOR ONLY
A 2x4 laid flat is convenient for setting an ideal door-to-rail
distance.
• Raise the opener onto a stepladder. You will need help
at this point if the ladder is not tall enough.
• Open the door all the way and place a 2x4 laid flat on
the top section beneath the rail.
• If the top section or panel hits the trolley when you raise
the door, pull down on the trolley release arm to
disconnect inner and outer sections. Slide the outer
trolley toward the motor unit. The trolley can remain
disconnected until Installation Step 12 is completed.
Rail
Door
Trolley
Release Arm
ENGAGED
RELEASED
10
2x4 is used to determine
the correct mounting height
from ceiling.
INSTALLATION STEP 5
Hang the Opener
To avoid possible SERIOUS INJURY from a falling garage door
opener, fasten it SECURELY to structural supports of the
garage. Concrete anchors MUST be used if installing any
brackets into masonry.
Three representative installations are shown. Yours may
be different. Hanging brackets should be angled (Figure 1)
to provide rigid support. On finished ceilings (Figure 2 and
Figure 3), attach a sturdy metal bracket to structural
supports before installing the opener. This bracket and
fastening hardware are not provided.
1. Measure the distance from each side of the motor unit
to the structural support.
2. Cut both pieces of the hanging bracket to required
lengths.
3. Drill 3/16" pilot holes in the structural supports.
4. Attach one end of each bracket to a support with
5/16"-18x1-7/8" lag screws.
5. Fasten the opener to the hanging brackets with
5/16"-18x7/8" hex bolts, lock washers and nuts.
6. Check to make sure the rail is centered over the door
(or in line with the header bracket if the bracket is not
centered above the door).
7. Remove the 2x4. Operate the door manually. If the door
hits the rail, raise the header bracket.
8. Grease the top and underside of the rail surface where
the trolley slides with rail grease.
NOTE: DO NOT connect power to opener at this time.
Figure 1
Structural
Supports
Lag Screws
5/16"-18x1-7/8"
Measure
Distance
Bolt 5/16"-18x7/8"
Lock Washer 5/16"
Nut 5/16"-18
Figure 2
Bracket
(Not Provided)
Hidden
Support
FINISHED CEILING
Lag Screws
5/16"-18x1-7/8"
(Not Provided)
Bolt 5/16"-18x7/8"
Lock Washer 5/16"
Nut 5/16"-18
HARDWARE SHOWN ACTUAL SIZE
Bolt 5/16"-18x7/8"
Lock Washer 5/16"
Nut 5/16"-18
Lag Screw 5/16"-18x1-7/8"
Figure 3
Hex Bolt
5/16"-18x7/8"
Nut 5/16"-18
Lag Screws
5/16"-18x1-7/8"
Lock Washer 5/16"
FINISHED CEILING
(Not Provided)
Bolt 5/16"-18x7/8"
Lock Washer 5/16"
Nut 5/16"-18
Bolt 5/16"-18x7/8"
Lock Washer 5/16"
Nut 5/16"-18
11
INSTALLATION STEP 6
Install the Door Control
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from
electrocution:
• Be sure power is not connected BEFORE installing door
control.
• Connect ONLY to 24 VOLT low voltage wires.
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from a closing
garage door:
• Install door control within sight of garage door, out of reach
of children at a minimum height of 5 feet (1.5 m) and away
from ALL moving parts of door.
• NEVER permit children to operate or play with door control
push buttons or remote control transmitters.
• Activate door ONLY when it can be seen clearly, is properly
adjusted and there are no obstructions to door travel.
• ALWAYS keep garage door in sight until completely closed.
NEVER permit anyone to cross path of closing garage door.
Locate door control within sight of door, at a minimum
height of 5' (1.5 m) where small children cannot reach,
away from moving parts of door and door hardware. If
installing into drywall, drill 5/32" holes and use the anchors
provided. For pre-wired installations (as in new home
construction), it may be mounted to a single gang box
(Figure 1).
NOTE: The functional temperature range of the door
control is between -4° F (-20° C) and 122° F (50° C).
Scroll speed of display is slower at lower temperatures
although the door control remains fully functional.
CAUTION: Continuous exposure of the door control to
temperatures below -22° F (-30° C) may damage the LCD
screen.
SPECIAL NOTE: Only one 398LM can be connected to
each garage door opener. If additional wall controls are
desired to operate the same garage door opener, it is
recommended to use model 378LM wireless wall control
as the secondary door control.
1. Strip 7/16" (11 mm) of insulation from one end of bell
wire and connect to the two screw terminals on back of
door control by color: white wire to the W (2) and white/
red wire to the R (1) (Figure 2).
2. Remove push bar cover by gently prying at the lower/
middle portion of the cover with a small flat-head
screwdriver. Fasten with 6AB x 1-1/4" self-tapping
screws (drywall installation) or 6-32 x 1" machine
screws (into gang box) as follows:
• Install bottom screw, allowing 1/8" (3 mm) to protrude
above wall surface.
• Position bottom of door control on screw head and
slide down to secure. Adjust screw for snug fit.
• Drill and install top screw with care to avoid cracking
plastic housing. Do NOT overtighten.
• Replace cover by inserting top tabs first and then snap
cover in place.
3. (For standard installations ONLY) Run bell wire up
wall and across ceiling to motor unit. Use insulated
staples to secure wire in several places. Do NOT pierce
wire with a staple, creating a short or open circuit.
4. Strip 7/16" (11 mm) of insulation from end of bell wire.
Connect bell wire to the quick-connect terminals on the
motor unit: white to white and white/red to red
(Figure 2).
NOTE: If you have any trouble with the operation of the
buttons, loosen the top mounting screw. DO NOT connect
power and operate the opener at this time.The trolley will
travel to the full open position but will not return to the
close position until the sensor beam is connected and
properly aligned.
HARDWARE SHOWN ACTUAL SIZE
Insulated
Staples
Screw 6ABx1-1/4"
(standard installation)
Screw 6-32x1"
(pre-wired)
Drywall Anchors
Figure 1
REMOVE & REPLACE COVER
PRE-WIRED INSTALLATION
To Replace Insert
Top Tabs First
Push Bar Cover
LOCK
LIGHT
24 Volt Bell Wire
LOCK
LIGHT
Figure 2
2-Conductor
Bell Wire
Push Bar
Quick-Connect
Terminals
R
1
Door
Control
Terminal
Screws
W
2
LOC
K
Lock
Button
(BACK VIEW)
Door Control
Connections
LOC
K
Light
Button
To release or insert wire,
push in tab with
screwdriver tip
Strip wire 7/16"
7/16" (11 mm)
Antenna
Red White Grey
12
INSTALLATION STEP 7
Install the Light
To prevent possible OVERHEATING of the endpanel or light
socket:
• DO NOT use short neck or specialty light bulbs.
• DO NOT use halogen bulbs. Use ONLY incandescent.
To prevent damage to the opener:
• DO NOT use bulbs larger than 100W.
• ONLY use A19 size bulbs.
• Press the release tabs on both sides of lens. Gently
rotate lens back and downward until the lens hinge is in
the fully open position. Do not remove the lens.
• Install up to a 100 watt maximum light bulb in each
socket. Light bulb size should be A19, standard neck
only. The light will turn ON and remain lit for
approximately 4-1/2 minutes when power is connected.
Then the lights will turn OFF.
• Reverse the procedure to close the lens.
• Use A19, standard neck garage door opener bulbs for
replacement.
NOTE: Use only standard light bulbs. The use of short
neck or speciality light bulbs may overheat the endpanel or
light socket.
100 Watt (Max)
Standard Light Bulb
Release Tab
Lens
Hinge
100 Watt (Max)
Standard Light Bulb
INSTALLATION STEP 8
Attach the Emergency Release Rope
and Handle
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from a falling
garage door:
• If possible, use emergency release handle to disengage
trolley ONLY when garage door is CLOSED. Weak or broken
springs or unbalanced door could result in an open door
falling rapidly and/or unexpectedly.
• NEVER use emergency release handle unless garage
doorway is clear of persons and obstructions.
• NEVER use handle to pull door open or closed. If rope knot
becomes untied, you could fall.
• Thread one end of the rope through the hole in the top
of the red handle so "NOTICE" reads right side up as
shown. Secure with an overhand knot at least 1"
(25 mm) from the end of the rope to prevent slipping.
• Thread the other end of the rope through the hole in the
release arm of the outer trolley.
• Adjust rope length so the handle is 6 feet (1.82 m)
above the floor. Secure with an overhand knot.
NOTE: If it is necessary to cut the rope, heat seal the cut
end with a match or lighter to prevent unraveling.
Overhand
Knot
Trolley
Trolley
Release Arm
Rope
NOT
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ICE
Emergency
Release Handle
INSTALLATION STEP 9
Electrical Requirements
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from
electrocution or fire:
• Be sure power is not connected to the opener, and
disconnect power to circuit BEFORE removing cover to
establish permanent wiring connection.
• Garage door installation and wiring MUST be in compliance
with ALL local electrical and building codes.
• NEVER use an extension cord, 2-wire adapter, or change
plug in ANY way to make it fit outlet. Be sure the opener is
grounded.
To avoid installation difficulties, do not run the opener
at this time.
To reduce the risk of electric shock, your garage door
opener has a grounding type plug with a third grounding
pin. This plug will only fit into a grounding type outlet. If
the plug doesn’t fit into the outlet you have, contact a
qualified electrician to install the proper outlet.
PERMANENT WIRING
CONNECTION
RIGHT
WRONG
If permanent wiring is required by your local code,
refer to the following procedure.
To make a permanent connection through the 7/8" hole in
the top of the motor unit:
• Remove the motor unit cover screws and set the cover
aside.
• Remove the attached 3-prong cord.
• Connect the black (line) wire to the screw on the brass
terminal; the white (neutral) wire to the screw on the
silver terminal; and the ground wire to the green ground
screw. The opener must be grounded.
• Reinstall the cover.
To avoid installation difficulties, do not run the opener
at this time.
Ground Tab
Green
Ground Screw
Black
Wire
Ground Wire
White Wire
14
Black Wire
INSTALLATION STEP 10
Install The Protector System®
Be sure power is not connected to the garage door opener
BEFORE installing the safety reversing sensor.
To prevent SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from a closing garage
door:
• Correctly connect and align the safety reversing sensor. This
required safety device MUST NOT be disabled.
• Install the safety reversing sensor so beam is NO HIGHER
than 6" (15 cm) above garage floor.
The safety reversing sensor must be connected and
aligned correctly before the garage door opener will
move in the down direction.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT
THE SAFETY REVERSING SENSOR
When properly connected and aligned, the sensor will
detect an obstacle in the path of its electronic beam. The
sending eye (with an amber indicator light) transmits an
invisible light beam to the receiving eye (with a green
indicator light). If an obstruction breaks the light beam
while the door is closing, the door will stop and reverse to
full open position, and the opener lights will flash 10 times.
The units must be installed inside the garage so that the
sending and receiving eyes face each other across the
door, no more than 6" (15 cm) above the floor. Either can
be installed on the left or right of the door as long as the
sun never shines directly into the receiving eye lens.
The mounting brackets are designed to clip onto the track
of sectional garage doors without additional hardware.
Safety Reversing Sensor
6" (15 cm) max. above floor
If it is necessary to mount the units on the wall, the
brackets must be securely fastened to a solid surface such
as the wall framing. Extension brackets (see accessories)
are available if needed. If installing in masonry
construction, add a piece of wood at each location to
avoid drilling extra holes in masonry if repositioning is
necessary.
The invisible light beam path must be unobstructed. No
part of the garage door (or door tracks, springs, hinges,
rollers or other hardware) may interrupt the beam while
the door is closing.
Safety Reversing Sensor
6" (15 cm) max. above floor
Invisible Light Beam
Protection Area
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INSTALLING THE BRACKETS
Be sure power to the opener is disconnected. Install
and align the brackets so the sensors will face each other
across the garage door, with the beam no higher than
6" (15 cm) above the floor. They may be installed in one of
three ways, as follows:
Figure 1
DOOR TRACK MOUNT (RIGHT SIDE)
Door
Track
Garage door track installation (preferred):
• Slip the curved arms over the rounded edge of each
door track, with the curved arms facing the door. Snap
into place against the side of the track. It should lie
flush, with the lip hugging the back edge of the track, as
shown in Figure 1.
If your door track will not support the bracket securely, wall
installation is recommended.
Lip
Indicator
light
Sensor
Bracket
Wall installation:
• Place the bracket against the wall with curved arms
facing the door. Be sure there is enough clearance for
the sensor beam to be unobstructed.
• If additional depth is needed, an extension bracket or
wood blocks can be used.
• Use bracket mounting holes as a template to locate and
drill (2) 3/16" diameter pilot holes on the wall at each
side of the door, no higher than 6" (15 cm) above the
floor.
• Attach brackets to wall with lag screws.
• If using extension brackets or wood blocks, adjust right
and left assemblies to the same distance out from the
mounting surface. Make sure all door hardware
obstructions are cleared.
Lens
Figure 2
WALL MOUNT (RIGHT SIDE)
ide
Ins age
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a
G l
l
Wa
Extension
Bracket
Lag Screw
1/4x1-1/2"
Lock Nut
1/4"-20
Sensor
Bracket
Floor installation:
• Use wood blocks or extension brackets to elevate
sensor brackets so the lenses will be no higher than
6" (15 cm) above the floor.
• Carefully measure and place right and left assemblies at
the same distance out from the wall. Be sure all door
hardware obstructions are cleared.
• Fasten to the floor with concrete anchors as shown.
Hex Bolt
1/4"-20x5/8"
Lens
Indicator
light
Figure 3
FLOOR MOUNT (RIGHT SIDE)
Lens
Indicator
light
Lock Nut
1/4"-20
Sensor
Bracket
Lag Screw
1/4x1-1/2"
Hex Bolt
1/4"-20x5/8"
ide
Ins rage
Ga ll
Wa
Extension
Bracket
HARDWARE SHOWN ACTUAL SIZE
Carriage Bolt
1/4"-20x1/2"
Wing Nut
1/4"-20
Lag Screw
1/4x1-1/2" (4)
Staples
16
Hex Bolt
1/4"-20x5/8" (2)
Lock Nut
1/4"-20 (2)
MOUNTING AND WIRING THE SAFETY REVERSING
SENSORS
• Slide a 1/4"-20x1/2" carriage bolt head into the slot on
each sensor. Use wing nuts to fasten sensors to
brackets, with lenses pointing toward each other across
the door. Be sure the lens is not obstructed by a bracket
extension (Figure 4).
• Finger tighten the wing nuts.
• Run the wires from both sensors to the opener. Use
insulated staples to secure wire to wall and ceiling.
• Strip 7/16" (11 mm) of insulation from each set of wires.
Separate white and white/black wires sufficiently to
connect to the opener quick-connect terminals. Twist like
colored wires together. Insert wires into quick-connect
holes: white to white and white/black to grey (Figure 5).
Figure 4
Wing Nut
1/4"-20
Carriage Bolt
1/4"-20x1/2"
Lens
TROUBLESHOOTING THE SAFETY REVERSING
SENSORS
1. If the sending eye indicator light does not glow steadily
after installation, check for:
• Electric power to the opener.
• A short in the white or white/black wires. These can
occur at staples, or at opener connections.
• Incorrect wiring between sensors and opener.
• A broken wire.
2. If the sending eye indicator light glows steadily but the
receiving eye indicator light doesn't:
• Check alignment.
• Check for an open wire to the receiving eye.
3. If the receiving eye indicator light is dim, realign either
sensor.
NOTE: When the invisible beam path is obstructed or
misaligned while the door is closing, the door will reverse.
If the door is already open, it will not close. The opener
lights will blink 10 times. (If bulbs are not installed, 10
clicks can be heard.) See page 15 .
ALIGNING THE SAFETY REVERSING SENSORS
• Plug in the opener. The indicator lights in both the
sending and receiving eyes will glow steadily if wiring
connections and alignment are correct.
The sending eye amber indicator light will glow regardless
of alignment or obstruction. If the green indicator light in
the receiving eye is off, dim, or flickering (and the invisible
light beam path is not obstructed), alignment is required.
• Loosen the sending eye wing nut and readjust, aiming
directly at the receiving eye. Lock in place.
• Loosen the receiving eye wing nut and adjust sensor
until it receives the sender’s beam. When the green
indicator light glows steadily, tighten the wing nut.
Connect Wire to
Opener Quick-Connect Terminals
Figure 5
Bell Wire
Finished
Ceiling
Bell Wire
1. Strip wire 7/16"
7/16"
(11 mm)
(11mm)
2. Twist like colored
wires together
3. To release or insert
wire, push in tab with
screwdriver tip
Red White Grey
Quick-Connect Terminals
Safety Reversing Sensor
Invisible Light Beam
Protection Area
Safety Reversing Sensor
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INSTALLATION STEP 11
Fasten the Door Bracket
Fiberglass, aluminum or lightweight steel garage doors WILL
REQUIRE reinforcement BEFORE installation of door bracket.
Contact your door manufacturer for reinforcement kit.
Follow instructions which apply to your door type as
illustrated below or on the following page.
A horizontal reinforcement brace should be long
enough to be secured to two or three vertical
supports. A vertical reinforcement brace should cover
the height of the top panel.
Figure 1 shows one piece of angle iron as the horizontal
brace. For the vertical brace, 2 pieces of angle iron are
used to create a U-shaped support. The best solution is to
check with your garage door manufacturer for an opener
installation door reinforcement kit.
NOTE: Many door reinforcement kits provide for direct
attachment of the clevis pin and door arm. In this case you
will not need the door bracket; proceed to Step 12.
Header
Bracket
Door
Bracket
Location
SECTIONAL DOORS
1. Center the door bracket on the previously marked
vertical centerline used for the header bracket
installation. Note correct UP placement, as stamped
inside the bracket.
2. Position the top edge of the bracket 2"-4" (5-10 cm)
below the top edge of the door, OR directly below any
structural support across the top of the door.
3. Mark, drill holes and install as follows, depending on
your door’s construction:
Vertical
Centerline
of Garage
Door
HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL
REINFORCEMENT IS NEEDED
FOR LIGHTWEIGHT GARAGE
DOORS (FIBERGLASS,
ALUMINUM, STEEL, DOORS
WITH GLASS PANEL, ETC.).
(NOT PROVIDED)
Figure 1
(Not Provided)
Vertical
Reinforcement
Vertical
Reinforcement
Metal or light weight doors using a vertical angle iron
brace between the door panel support and the door
bracket:
• Drill 3/16" fastening holes. Secure the door bracket
using the two 1/4"-14x5/8" self-threading screws. (Figure
2A)
• Alternately, use two 5/16" bolts, lock washers and nuts
(not provided). (Figure 2B)
Vertical
Centerline
of Garage Door
Vertical
Centerline
of Garage Door
Bolt
5/16"-18x2"
UP
UP
Lock Washer
5/16"
Nut
5/16"-18
Door
Bracket
Self-Threading
Screw
1/4"-14x5/8"
Metal, insulated or light weight factory reinforced
doors:
• Drill 3/16" fastening holes. Secure the door bracket
using the self-threading screws. (Figure 3)
Door
Bracket
Figure 2B
Figure 2A
(Not Provided)
Wood Doors:
• Use top and bottom or side to side door bracket holes.
Drill 5/16" holes through the door and secure bracket
with 5/16"x2" carriage bolts, lock washers and nuts
(not provided). (Figure 4)
NOTE: The 1/4"-14x5/8" self-threading screws are not
intended for use on wood doors.
Inside Edge
of Door or
Reinforcement Board
Bolt
5/16"x2"
UP
Vertical
Centerline
of Garage Door
UP
HARDWARE
SHOWN
ACTUAL SIZE
Self-Threading
Screw
1/4"-14x5/8"
Self-Threading
Screw
1/4"-14x5/8"
Figure 3
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Vertical
Centerline
of Garage
Door
Figure 4
INSTALLATION STEP 12
Inner Trolley
Connect Door Arm to Trolley
SECTIONAL DOORS ONLY
• Make sure garage door is fully closed. Pull the
emergency release handle to disconnect the outer trolley
from the inner trolley. Slide the outer trolley back (away
from the door) about 2" (5 cm) as shown in Figures 1, 2
and 3.
• Figure 1:
– Fasten straight door arm section to outer trolley with
the 5/16"x1" clevis pin. Secure the connection with a
ring fastener.
– Fasten curved section to the door bracket in the same
way, using the 5/16"x1-1/4" clevis pin.
• Figure 2:
– Bring arm sections together. Find two pairs of holes
that line up and join sections. Select holes as far apart
as possible to increase door arm rigidity.
• Figure 3, Hole alignment alternative:
– If holes in curved arm are above holes in straight arm,
disconnect straight arm. Cut about 6" (15 cm) from the
solid end. Reconnect to trolley with cut end down as
shown.
– Bring arm sections together.
– Find two pairs of holes that line up and join with bolts,
lock washers and nuts.
• Proceed to Adjustment Step 1, page 20. Trolley will
re-engage automatically when opener is operated.
Outer Trolley
Clevis Pin
5/16"x1"
Ring
Fastener
Door
Bracket
Straight
Door Arm
Clevis Pin
5/16"x1-1/4"
Figure 1
Curved
Door Arm
Lock
Washers
5/16"
Nuts
5/16"-18
Emergency
Release
Handle
Bolts
5/16"-18x7/8"
Figure 2
Door Bracket
HARDWARE SHOWN ACTUAL SIZE
Nut 5/16"-18
Lock Washer 5/16"
Ring Fastener
Lock
Washers
5/16"
Clevis Pin
5/16"x1" (Trolley)
Clevis Pin
5/16"x1-1/4" (Door Bracket)
Hex Bolt
5/16"-18x7/8"
Nuts
5/16"-18
Bolts
5/16"-18x7/8"
Figure 3
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Cut This End
ADJUSTMENT STEP 1
Adjust the UP and DOWN Travel Limits
Without a properly installed safety reversal system, persons
(particularly small children) could be SERIOUSLY INJURED or
KILLED by a closing garage door.
• Incorrect adjustment of garage door travel limits will
interfere with proper operation of safety reversal system.
• If one control (force or travel limits) is adjusted, the other
control may also need adjustment.
• After ANY adjustments are made, the safety reversal system
MUST be tested. Door MUST reverse on contact with 1-1/2"
high (3.8 cm) object (or 2x4 laid flat) on floor.
Limit adjustment settings regulate the points at which the
door will stop when moving up or down.
To operate the opener, press the Door Control push bar.
Run the opener through a complete travel cycle.
• Does the door open and close completely?
• Does the door stay closed and not reverse
unintentionally when fully closed?
If your door passes both of these tests, no limit
adjustments are necessary unless the reversing test fails
(Adjustment Step 3, page 22).
Adjustment procedures are outlined below. Read the
procedures carefully before proceeding to Adjustment Step
2. Use a screwdriver to make limit adjustments. Run the
opener through a complete travel cycle after each
adjustment.
NOTE: Repeated operation of the opener during
adjustment procedures may cause the motor to overheat
and shut off. Simply wait 15 minutes and try again.
NOTE: If anything interferes with the door’s upward travel,
it will stop. If anything interferes with the door’s downward
travel (including binding or unbalanced doors), it will
reverse.
To prevent damage to vehicles, be sure fully open door
provides adequate clearance.
Cover
Protection
Bolt
2-4"
(5-10 cm)
Left Side Panel
HOW AND WHEN TO ADJUST THE LIMITS
• If the door does not open completely but opens at
least five feet (1.5 m):
Increase up travel. Turn the UP limit adjustment screw
clockwise. One turn equals 3" (7.5 cm) of travel.
NOTE: To prevent the trolley from hitting the cover
protection bolt, keep a minimum distance of 2-4"
(5-10 cm) between the trolley and the bolt.
Limit Adjustment Screws
• If door does not open at least 5 feet (1.5 m):
Adjust the UP (open) force as explained in Adjustment
Step 2.
ADJUSTMENT LABEL
• If the door does not close completely:
Increase down travel. Turn the down limit adjustment
screw counterclockwise. One turn equals 3" (7.5 cm) of
travel.
If door still won't close completely and the trolley bumps
into the pulley bracket, try lengthening the door arm
(page 19) and decreasing the down limit.
• If the door reverses when closing and there is no
visible interference to travel cycle:
If the opener lights are flashing, the Safety Reversing
Sensors are either not installed, misaligned, or
obstructed. See Troubleshooting, page 17.
Test the door for binding: Pull the emergency release
handle. Manually open and close the door. If the door is
binding or unbalanced, call for a trained door systems
technician. If the door is balanced and not binding,
adjust the DOWN (close) force. See Adjustment Step 2.
• If the opener reverses in fully closed position:
Decrease down travel. Turn the down limit adjustment
screw clockwise. One turn equals 3" (7.5 cm) of travel.
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ADJUSTMENT STEP 2
Adjust the Force
Without a properly installed safety reversal system, persons
(particularly small children) could be SERIOUSLY INJURED or
KILLED by a closing garage door.
• Too much force on garage door will interfere with proper
operation of safety reversal system.
• NEVER increase force beyond minimum amount required to
close garage door.
• NEVER use force adjustments to compensate for a binding
or sticking garage door.
• If one control (force or travel limits) is adjusted, the other
control may also need adjustment.
• After ANY adjustments are made, the safety reversal system
MUST be tested. Door MUST reverse on contact with 1-1/2"
high (3.8 cm) object (or 2x4 laid flat) on floor.
Force adjustment controls are located on the right side
panel of the motor unit. Force adjustment settings regulate
the amount of power required to open and close the door.
If the forces are set too light, door travel may be
interrupted by nuisance reversals in the down direction
and stops in the up direction. Weather conditions can
affect the door movement, so occasional adjustment may
be needed.
The maximum force adjustment range is about 3/4 of a
complete turn. Do not force controls beyond that
point. Turn force adjustment controls with a screwdriver.
NOTE: If anything interferes with the door’s upward travel,
it will stop. If anything interferes with the door’s downward
travel (including binding or unbalanced doors), it will
reverse.
HOW AND WHEN TO ADJUST THE FORCES
1. Test the DOWN (close) force
• Grasp the door bottom when the door is about halfway
through DOWN (close) travel. The door should reverse.
Reversal halfway through down travel does not
guarantee reversal on a 1-1/2" (3.8 cm) obstruction. See
Adjustment Step 3, page 22. If the door is hard to
hold or doesn't reverse, DECREASE the DOWN
(close) force by turning the control counterclockwise.
Make small adjustments until the door reverses
normally. After each adjustment, run the opener through
a complete cycle.
• If the door reverses during the down (close) cycle
and the opener lights aren't flashing, INCREASE
DOWN (close) force by turning the control clockwise.
Make small adjustments until the door completes a 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.
2. Test the UP (open) force
• Grasp the door bottom when the door is about halfway
through UP (open) travel. The door should stop. If the
door is hard to hold or doesn't stop, DECREASE UP
(open) force by turning the control counterclockwise.
Make small adjustments until the door stops easily and
opens fully. After each adjustment, run the opener
through a complete travel cycle.
• If the door doesn’t open at least 5 feet (1.5 m),
INCREASE UP (open) force by turning the control
clockwise. Make small adjustments until door opens
completely. Readjust the UP limit if necessary. After
each adjustment, run the opener through a complete
travel cycle.
Force Adjustment Controls
1
1
9
3
9
7
3
7
5
5
KG
KG
Right Panel
Antenna
FORCE ADJUSTMENT LABEL
9
1
7
3
1
7
3
5
5
KG
KG
Open Force
21
9
Close Force
ADJUSTMENT STEP 3
Test the Safety Reversal System
Without a properly installed safety reversal system, persons
(particularly small children) could be SERIOUSLY INJURED or
KILLED by a closing garage door.
• Safety reversal system MUST be tested every month.
• If one control (force or travel limits) is adjusted, the other
control may also need adjustment.
• After ANY adjustments are made, the safety reversal system
MUST be tested. Door MUST reverse on contact with 1-1/2"
high (3.8 cm) object (or 2x4 laid flat) on the floor.
TEST
• With the door fully open, place a 1-1/2" (3.8 cm) board
(or a 2x4 laid flat) on the floor, centered under the
garage door.
• Operate the door in the down direction. The door must
reverse on striking the obstruction.
ADJUST
• If the door stops on the obstruction, it is not traveling far
enough in the down direction. Increase the DOWN limit
by turning the DOWN limit adjustment screw
counterclockwise 1/4 turn.
NOTE: On a sectional door, make sure limit adjustments
do not force the door arm beyond a straight up and
down position. See the illustration on page 19.
• Repeat the test.
• When the door reverses on the 1-1/2" (3.8 cm) board,
remove the obstruction and run the opener through 3 or
4 complete travel cycles to test adjustment.
• If the unit continues to fail the Safety Reverse Test, call
for a trained door systems technician.
IMPORTANT SAFETY CHECK:
Test the Safety Reverse System after:
• Each adjustment of door arm length, limits, or force
controls.
• Any repair to or adjustment of the garage door
(including springs and hardware).
• Any repair to or buckling of the garage floor.
• Any repair to or adjustment of the opener.
1-1/2" (3.8 cm) board
(or a 2x4 laid flat)
ADJUSTMENT STEP 4
Test The Protector System®
Without a properly installed safety reversing sensor, persons
(particularly small children) could be SERIOUSLY INJURED or
KILLED by a closing garage door.
• Press the remote control push button to open the door.
• Place the opener carton in the path of the door.
• Press the remote control push button to close the door.
The door will not move more than an inch (2.5 cm), and
the opener lights will flash.
The garage door opener will not close from a remote if the
indicator light in either sensor is off (alerting you to the fact
that the sensor is misaligned or obstructed).
If the opener closes the door when the safety
reversing sensor is obstructed (and the sensors are
no more than 6" [15 cm] above the floor), call for a
trained door systems technician.
Safety Reversing Sensor
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Safety Reversing Sensor
WARNING
OPERATION
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
To reduce the risk of SEVERE INJURY or DEATH:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNINGS AND
INSTRUCTIONS.
2. ALWAYS keep remote controls out of reach of children.
NEVER permit children to operate or play with garage
door control push buttons or remote controls.
3. ONLY activate garage door when it can be seen clearly, it
is properly adjusted, and there are no obstructions to
door travel.
4. ALWAYS keep garage door in sight until completely
closed. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF THE
MOVING DOOR.
5. NO ONE SHOULD GO UNDER A STOPPED, PARTIALLY
OPEN DOOR.
6. If possible, use emergency release handle to disengage
trolley ONLY when garage door is CLOSED. Weak or
broken springs or unbalanced door could result in an
open door falling rapidly and/or unexpectedly.
7. NEVER use emergency release handle unless garage
doorway is clear of persons and obstructions.
Using Your Garage Door Opener
Your Security✚® opener and hand-held remote control
have been factory-set to a matching code which changes
with each use, randomly accessing over 100 billion new
codes. Your opener will operate with up to eight Security✚®
remote controls and one Security✚® Keyless Entry
System. If you purchase a new remote, or if you wish to
deactivate any remote, follow the instructions in the
Programming section.
Activate your opener with any of the following:
• The hand-held Remote Control: Hold the large push
button down until the door starts to move.
• The wall-mounted Door Control: Hold the push button or
bar down until the door starts to move.
• The Keyless Entry (see Accessories): If provided with
your garage door opener, it must be programmed before
use. See Programming.
When the opener is activated (with the safety reversing
sensor correctly installed and aligned):
1. If open, the door will close. If closed, it will open.
2. If closing, the door will reverse.
3. If opening, the door will stop.
4. If the door has been stopped in a partially open position,
it will close.
5. If obstructed while closing, the door will reverse. If the
obstruction interrupts the sensor beam, the opener lights
will blink for five seconds.
8. NEVER use handle to pull garage door open or closed.
If rope knot becomes untied, you could fall.
9. If one control (force or travel limits) is adjusted, the
other control may also need adjustment.
10. After ANY adjustments are made, the safety reversal
system MUST be tested.
11. Safety reversal system MUST be tested every month.
Garage door MUST reverse on contact with 1-1/2"
(3.8 cm) high object (or a 2x4 laid flat) on the floor.
12. ALWAYS KEEP GARAGE DOOR PROPERLY BALANCED
(see page 3). An improperly balanced door may not
reverse when required and could result in SEVERE
INJURY or DEATH.
13. ALL repairs to cables, spring assemblies and other
hardware, all of which are under EXTREME tension,
MUST be made by a trained door systems technician.
14. ALWAYS disconnect electric power to garage door
opener BEFORE making any repairs or removing covers.
15.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
6. If obstructed while opening, the door will stop.
7. If fully open, the door will not close when the beam is
broken. The sensor has no effect in the opening cycle.
If the sensor is not installed, or is misaligned, the door
won’t close from a hand-held remote. However, you can
close the door with the Door Control, the Outside Keylock,
or Keyless Entry, if you activate them until down travel is
complete. If you release them too soon, the door will
reverse.
The opener lights will turn on under the following
conditions: when the opener is initially plugged in; when
power is restored after interruption; when the opener is
activated.
They will turn off automatically after 4-1/2 minutes or
provide constant light when the Light feature on the Smart
Control Panel™ is activated. Bulb size is A19. Bulb power
is 100 watts maximum.
Security✚® light feature: Lights will also turn on when
someone walks through the open garage door. With a
Smart Control Panel™, this feature may be turned off as
follows: With the opener lights off, press and hold the light
button for 10 seconds, until the light goes on, then off
again. To restore this feature, start with the opener lights
on, then press and hold the light button for 10 seconds
until the light goes off, then on again.
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Using the Wall-Mounted
Door Control
THE SMART CONTROL PANEL™
Press the push bar to
Motion Sensing
open or close the
On/Off
door. Press again to
reverse the door
Prog <Learn>
during the closing
Hour
cycle or to stop the
door while it's
Minute
opening.
This door control
Language
contains a motion
sensing detector that Degrees (F/C)
will automatically turn
on the light when it
detects a person entering the garage.
(PROG) Learn Feature
The door control is equipped with a PROG <LEARN>
button to assist in learning remote controls to the unit.
Press the PROG <LEARN> button once to initiate LEARN
mode and the display will show ‘Learn Remote Control Press Learn Button Again to Confirm’. Press the PROG
<LEARN> button a second time and the display will show
‘Learn Mode - Press Remote Control Button to Learn
Remote.’ Press the button of the remote control to be
learned and the worklight will blink to confirm the remote
control has been learned.
Push
Bar
LOCK
T
LIGH Light
Button
H
M
Hour & Minute Feature
Press or hold either of these side buttons to
increment the hour or minute displayed on the LCD
display.
Lock Button
(LANG) Language Feature
Press this side button to toggle between the three
languages - English, French and Spanish.
Light feature
Press the Light button to turn the opener light on
LIGHT
or off. It will not control the opener lights when the
door is in motion. If you turn it on and then activate the
opener, the light will remain on for 4-1/2 minutes. Press
again to turn it off sooner. The 4-1/2 minute interval can be
changed to 1-1/2, 2-1/2, or 3-1/2 minutes as follows: Press
and hold the Lock button until the light blinks (about 10
seconds). A single blink indicates that the timer is reset to
1-1/2 minutes. Repeat the procedure and the light will blink
twice, resetting the timer to 2-1/2 minutes. Repeat again
for a 3-1/2 minute interval, etc., up to a maximum of four
blinks and 4-1/2 minutes.
When using the opener lights as working lights, we
recommend that you first disable the motion sensor. See
Automatic Light Feature, below.
Degrees F/C Feature
Press this side button to toggle the temperature
units between Fahrenheit and Celsius.
Display Contrast Adjustment
Press and hold the light button then push the hour button
to increase the contrast or the minute button to decrease
the contrast.
Motion Sensing (Automatic Light Feature): The opener
light will turn on automatically when a person enters the
garage. When a person walks in front of the door control,
the light will come on for five minutes, then shut off. This
feature works by detecting body heat.
To disable this feature, push the motion sensing
button on the side of the door control.
We recommend that you disable the motion
sensor when using the opener lights as working lights.
Otherwise, they will turn off automatically if you are
working beyond the sensors range.
Lock feature
Designed to prevent operation of the door from
hand-held remote controls. However, the door will open
and close from the Door Control, the Outdoor Key Switch
and the Keyless Entry Accessories.
To activate, press and hold the Lock button for 2 seconds.
To turn off, press and hold the Lock button again for
2 seconds. The Lock feature will also turn off whenever the
“learn” button on the motor unit panel is activated.
LOCK
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Using the Remote Control
The Remote Control Batteries
NOTE: To activate the remote control functions, pull out
the plastic pull tab protruding from the remote control
housing.
This remote control is equipped with a proximity lighting
feature. When moving a hand within close proximity to the
remote control, the LED lights turn on for 3 seconds. Upon
successful activation of a remote control button, the LED
lights will blink rapidly.
Proximity Disable Feature
The remote control will turn off the proximity lighting
feature if the proximity lighting is turned on 10 consecutive
times without activation of a button. To re-enable the
proximity lighting, simply press a button. This function
conserves battery life.
To Control the Opener Lights
With 315MHz Security✚® remote controls, a remote push
button can be programmed to operate the opener lights
without opening the door.
1. With the door closed, press and hold the remote button
that you want to control the light.
2. Press and hold the Light button on the multi-function
control panel.
3. Press and hold the Lock button on the multi-function
control panel.
4. After the opener lights flash, release all buttons.
Test by pressing the remote push button. The opener
lights should turn on or off but the door should not move.
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH:
• NEVER allow small children near batteries.
• If battery is swallowed, immediately notify doctor.
To reduce risk of fire, explosion or chemical burn:
• Replace ONLY with 3V2016 or 3V2450 coin batteries.
• Do NOT recharge, disassemble, heat above 212°F (100°C )
or incinerate.
The 3V2016 lithium batteries for the opener and LED
lights (marked “LED and Opener Battery”) should last 5
years. The 3V2450 lithium
battery for the proximity
lighting (marked “Proximity
Battery”) should last 1-2
Proximity
years.
Battery
To replace the batteries,
remove the two screws and
open the remote control
LED and
Spring
Opener
housing. Push the battery
Contact
Batteries
out of the holder for removal.
Insert replacement batteries
positive side up (+).
Dispose of old batteries properly.
Replace the batteries with only 3V2016 or 3V2450 coin
cell batteries.
CAUTION: Do not bend spring contact. If bent, the
proximity sensor will not work.
Troubleshooting
PROBLEM
NOTICE: To comply with FCC and or Industry Canada (IC) rules, adjustment or modifications of this
receiver and/or transmitter are prohibited, except for changing the code setting or replacing the
battery. THERE ARE NO OTHER USER SERVICEABLE PARTS.
Tested to Comply with FCC Standards FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE. Operation is subject to the
following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device
must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
SOLUTION
Check if proximity lighting is
disabled by pressing a button.
Reduced proximity
sensing (does not
activate by
touching top of
remote control)
The Proximity Sensor may be
oversensitized. Sit remote control
undisturbed for 60 seconds on a
non-metallic surface. This allows
the sensor to recalibrate itself.
Replace 3V2450 battery with
same type 3V2450 coin cell.
Dim LED lights
Replace two 3V2016 batteries
with same type 3V2016 coin
cells.
No rapid LED
blinking after
pressing a button
Replace two 3V2016 batteries
with same type 3V2016 coin
cells.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
To Open the Door Manually
Once a Month
• Manually operate door. If it is unbalanced or binding, call
a trained door systems technician.
• Check to be sure door opens and closes fully. Adjust
limits and/or force if necessary. (See pages 20 and 21.)
• Repeat the safety reverse test. Make any necessary
adjustments. (See Adjustment Step 3.)
To prevent possible SERIOUS INJURY or DEATH from a falling
garage door:
• If possible, use emergency release handle to disengage
trolley ONLY when garage door is CLOSED. Weak or broken
springs or unbalanced door could result in an open door
falling rapidly and/or unexpectedly.
• NEVER use emergency release handle unless garage doorway
is clear of persons and obstructions.
• NEVER use handle to pull door open or closed. If rope knot
becomes untied, you could fall.
The door should be fully closed if
possible. Pull down on the
emergency release handle and lift
the door manually. To reconnect
the door to the opener, press the
door control push bar.
The lockout feature prevents the
trolley from reconnecting
automatically. Pull the emergency
release handle down and back
(toward the opener). The door can
then be raised and lowered
manually as often as necessary.
To disengage the lockout feature,
pull the handle straight down. The
trolley will reconnect on the next
UP or DOWN operation, either
manually or by using the door
control or remote.
Emergency
Release
Handle
(Pull Down)
Twice a Year
• Check chain tension. Disconnect trolley first. Adjust if
necessary (See page 7).
Once a Year
• Oil door rollers, bearings and hinges. The opener does
not require additional lubrication. Do not grease the door
tracks.
Having a Problem?
Trolley
Release
Arm
1. The opener doesn't operate from either the Door
Control or the remote control:
• Does the opener have electric power? Plug a lamp into
the outlet. If it doesn't light, check the fuse box or the
circuit breaker. (Some outlets are controlled by a wall
switch.)
• Have you disabled all door locks? Review installation
instruction warnings on page 7.
• Is there a build-up of ice or snow under the door? The
door may be frozen to the ground. Remove any
restriction.
• The garage door spring may be broken. Have it
replaced.
• Repeated operation may have tripped the overload
protector in the motor. Wait 15 minutes and try again.
NOT
ICE
MANUAL DISCONNECT
POSITION
Trolley
Release
Arm
Emergency
Release Handle
(Down and Back)
NOTICE
LOCKOUT POSITION
2. Opener operates from the remote, but not from the
Door Control:
• Is the door control lit? If not, reverse the wires. If the
opener runs, check for a faulty wire connection at the
door control, a short under the staples, or a broken wire.
• Are the wiring connections correct? Review Installation
Step 6, page 12.
CARE OF YOUR GARAGE DOOR
OPENER
LIMIT AND FORCE ADJUSTMENTS:
Weather conditions may cause some minor changes in
door operation requiring some
FORCE CONTROLS
readjustments, particularly during
the first year of operation.
Pages 20 and 21 refer to the limit
and force adjustments. Only a
screwdriver is required. Follow the
LIMIT CONTROLS
instructions carefully.
Repeat the safety reverse test
(Adjustment Step 3, page 22)
after any adjustment of limits or
force.
9
1
7
3
9
1
7
3. The door operates from the Door Control, but not
from the remote control:
• Is the door push bar flashing? If your model has the
Lock feature, make sure it is off.
• Program the opener to match the remote control code.
(Refer to instructions on the motor unit panel.) Repeat
with all remotes.
3
5
5
KG
KG
4. The remote control has short range:
• Change the location of the remote control in your car.
• Check to be sure the antenna on the side or back panel
of motor unit extends fully downward.
• Some installations may have shorter range due to a
metal door, foil backed insulation, or metal garage
siding.
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Having a Problem? (Continued)
11. The door reverses for no apparent reason and
opener lights blink for 5 seconds after reversing:
• Check the safety reversing sensor. Remove any
obstruction or align the receiving eye. See Installation
Step 10.
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, the Vibration Isolator
Kit 89LM can be installed. This kit was designed to
minimize vibration to the house and is easy to install.
12. The opener lights don't turn on:
• Replace the light bulbs (100 watts maximum). Use a
standard neck garage door opener bulb if regular bulb
burns out.
6. The garage door opens and closes by itself:
• Be sure that all remote control push buttons are off.
• Remove the bell wire from the door control terminals
and operate from the remote only. If this solves the
problem, the door control is faulty (replace), or there is
an intermittent short on the wire between the door
control and the motor unit.
• Clear memory and re-program all remote controls.
13. The opener lights don't turn off:
• Is the Light feature on? Turn it off.
14. The opener strains or maximum force is needed to
operate door:
• The door may be out of balance or the springs may be
broken. Close the door and use the emergency release
handle to disconnect the trolley. Open and close the
door manually. A properly balanced door will stay in any
point of travel while being supported entirely by its
springs. If it does not, disconnect the opener and call a
trained door systems technician. Do not increase the
force to operate the opener.
7. The door doesn't open completely:
• Is something obstructing the door? Is it out of balance,
or are the springs broken? Remove the obstruction or
repair the door.
• If the door is in good working order but now doesn't
open all the way, increase the up force. See Adjustment
Step 2.
• If the door opens at least 5 feet, the travel limits may
need to be increased. One turn equals 3"
(7.5 cm) of travel. See Adjustment Step 1.
Repeat the safety reverse test after the adjustment is
complete.
8. The door stops but doesn't close completely:
• Review the travel limits adjustment procedures on page
20.
Repeat the safety reverse test after any adjustment of door
arm length, close force or down limit.
15. The opener motor hums briefly, then won't work:
• The garage door springs may be broken. See above.
• If the problem occurs on the first operation of the
opener, door may be locked. Disable the door lock.
Repeat the safety reverse test after the adjustment is
complete.
16. The opener won't operate due to power failure:
• Use the emergency release handle to disconnect the
trolley. The door can be opened and closed manually.
When power is restored, press the Door Control push
bar and trolley will automatically reconnect (unless
trolley is in lockout position.) See page 26.
• The Outside Quick Release accessory (for use on
garages with no service door) disconnects the trolley
from outside the garage in case of power failure.
9. The door opens but won't close:
• If the opener lights blink, check the safety reversing
sensor. See Installation Step 10.
• If the opener lights don’t blink and it is a new
installation, check the down force. See Adjustment Step
2. For an existing installation, see below.
Repeat the safety reverse test after the adjustment
is complete.
17. The chain droops or sags:
• It is normal for the chain to droop slightly in the closed
door position. Use the emergency 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 2x4 laid flat, no adjustments are
needed. (See page 7.)
10. The door reverses for no apparent reason and
opener lights don’t blink:
• Is something obstructing the door? Pull the emergency
release handle. Operate the door manually. If it is
unbalanced or binding, call a trained door systems
technician.
• Clear any ice or snow from the garage floor area where
the door closes.
• Review Adjustment Step 2.
• If door reverses in the fully closed position, decrease the
travel limits (Adjustment Step 1).
Repeat safety reverse test after adjustments to force or
travel limits. The need for occasional adjustment of the
force and limit settings is normal. Weather conditions in
particular can affect door travel.
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Smart Control Panel™ Messages
The following messages are contained within the Smart Control Panel™ and may appear during the operations of the
unit:
Message
SAFETY SENSORS
CHECK ALIGNMENT,
BLOCKAGE OR
MISWIRING. SEE
OWNER’S MANUAL.
Message
SAFETY SENSORS
MALFUNCTION.
CHECK MISWIRING.
SEE OWNER’S
MANUAL.
Message
LEARN REMOTE
CONTROL. PRESS
LEARN BUTTON TO
CONFIRM.
Message
LEARN MODE.
PRESS REMOTE
CONTROL BUTTON
TO PROGRAM
REMOTE.
Message
LOCK MODE.
REMOTE CONTROL
LOCKED OUT.
PRESS LOCK
BUTTON TO ENABLE
REMOTE.
Message
ENGLISH, FRANÇAIS
AND ESPAÑOL.
Message
MOTION SENSING
ON, MOTION
SENSING OFF.
Meaning: This message will appear if the Safety Reversing Sensors are out of
alignment, if they are blocked or if the wiring is disconnected. To clear message
from Door Control do the following:
• Check to see that area is clear between the Safety Reversing Sensors.
• Check to see that the Safety Reversing Sensors are not misaligned.
• Realign receiving eye sensor, clean lens and secure brackets.
• Verify door track is firmly secured to wall and does not move.
• Check to see that the Safety Reversing Sensors’ wires are connected to the motor unit.
• If message has not cleared after the above checks, refer to message #2.
Meaning: This message will appear if the Safety Reversing Sensors are miswired.
To clear the message, do the following:
• Inspect the safety sensor wires for a short (staple in wire), correct wiring polarity (black/
white wires reversed), replace/attach as needed.
• Disconnect all wires from back of motor unit.
• Remove safety sensors from brackets and shorten sensor wires to 1-2 ft. (30-60 cm)
from back of each sensor.
• Reattach sending eye to motor unit using shortened wires. If sending eye indicator light
glows steadily, attach the receiving eye.
• Align sensors, if the indicator lights glow replace the wires for the sensors. If the
sensor indicator lights do not light, replace the safety sensors.
Meaning: This message will appear when the Prog <LEARN> button has been
pressed on the Door Control. Pressing the Prog <LEARN> button again will allow
the user to program an additional remote control to the opener.
Meaning: This message will appear when the Prog <learn> button has been
pressed a second time on the Door Control or anytime on the opener. The opener
is ready to program another remote control by simply pressing the remote control
button. Once the opener has ‘LEARNED’ the remote control, the worklight will blink
one time.
Meaning: This message will appear when the ‘Lock’ button has been pressed and
held for more than one second. This feature will disable the opener from receiving
remote control signals. To exit ‘LOCK’ mode, press and hold the button for more
than one second.
Meaning: This message will appear when the ‘Language’ button has been pressed.
Pressing the button will toggle to the next language.
Meaning: This message will appear when the ‘MOTION SENSING’ button is pressed.
The Motion Detector will toggle on or off with each press of the button.
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PROGRAMMING
NOTICE: If this Security✚® garage door opener is operated with a non-rolling code transmitter, the technical measure in
the receiver of the garage door opener, which provides security against code-theft devices, will be circumvented. The
owner of the copyright in the garage door opener does not authorize the purchaser or supplier of the non-rolling code
transmitter to circumvent that technical measure.
Your garage door opener has already been programmed at the factory to operate with your hand-held remote control.
The door will open and close when you press the large push button.
Below are instructions for programming your opener to operate with additional Security✚® remote controls.
To Add or Reprogram a Hand-held Remote Control
USING THE “LEARN” BUTTON
USING THE SMART CONTROL PANEL™
9
1
7
3
5
KG
9
1
7
3
5
KG
LOCK
LIGHT
1. Press the Prog <Learn> button on the
Smart Control Panel™.
1. Press and release the “learn” button
on the motor unit. The learn indicator
light will glow steadily for 30 seconds.
LIGHT
LOCK
2. Press the Prog <Learn> button again
to confirm Learn Mode.
2. Within 30 seconds, press and hold the
button on the hand-held remote* that
you wish to operate your garage door.
LIGHT
LOCK
3. Press the button on the hand-held
remote that you wish to operate your
garage door.
3. Release the button when the motor
unit lights blink. It has learned the
code. If light bulbs are not installed,
two clicks will be heard.
4. When the motor unit lights blink, it has
learned the code. If light bulbs are not
installed, two clicks will be heard.
To Erase All Codes From Motor Unit
Memory
*3-Button Remotes
If provided with your garage door opener, the large button
is factory programmed to
operate it. Additional
buttons on any
Security✚® 3-Button
remote or compact remote
can be programmed to
operate other Security✚®
garage door openers.
To deactivate any unwanted remote, first
erase all codes:
Press and hold the “learn” button on
motor unit until the learn indicator light
goes out (approximately 6 seconds). All
previous codes are now erased. Reprogram each remote or
keyless entry you wish to use.
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To Add, Reprogram or Change a Keyless Entry PIN
NOTE: Your new Keyless Entry must be programmed to operate your garage door opener.
USING THE “LEARN” BUTTON
USING THE SMART CONTROL PANEL™
9
1
7
3
5
KG
9
1
7
3
5
KG
LOCK
LOCK
LIGHT
LIG
HT
NOTE: This method requires two people if the Keyless
Entry is already mounted outside the garage.
1. Press and release the “learn” button
on motor unit. The learn indicator light
will glow steadily for 30 seconds.
1. Press the Prog <Learn> button on the
Smart Control Panel™.
2. Within 30 seconds, enter a four digit
personal identification number (PIN)
of your choice on the keypad. Then
press and hold the ENTER button.
LIGHT
LOCK
2. Press the Prog <Learn> button again
to confirm Learn Mode.
LIGHT
3. Release the button when the motor
unit lights blink. It has learned the
code. If light bulbs are not installed,
two clicks will be heard.
LOCK
3. Enter a four digit personal
identification number (PIN) of your
choice on the keypad. Then press
enter.
To change an existing, known PIN
4. When the motor unit lights blink, it
has learned the code. If light bulbs
are not installed, two clicks will be
heard.
If the existing PIN is known, it may be changed by one
person without using a ladder.
1. Press the four buttons for the present PIN, then press and
hold the # button.
The opener light will blink twice. Release the # button.
2. Press the new 4-digit PIN you have chosen, then
press Enter.
The motor unit lights will blink once when the PIN has been
learned.
Test by pressing the new PIN, then press Enter. The door
should move.
2. Press the temporary 4-digit PIN you have chosen, then
press Enter.
The opener light will blink four times.
3. To set the number of hours this temporary PIN will work,
press the number of hours (up to 255), then press ✽.
OR
3. To set the number of times this temporary PIN will work,
press the number of times (up to 255), then press #.
The opener light will blink once when the temporary PIN has
been learned.
Test by pressing the four buttons for the temporary PIN, then
press Enter. The door should move. If the temporary PIN was
set to a certain number of openings, remember that the test
has used up one opening.To clear the temporary password,
repeat steps 1-3, setting the number of hours or times to 0 in
step 3.
To set a temporary PIN
You may authorize access by visitors or service people with a
temporary 4-digit PIN. After a programmed number of hours
or number of accesses, this temporary PIN expires and will
no longer open the door. It can be used to close the door
even after it has expired. To set a temporary PIN:
1. Press the four buttons for your personal entry PIN (not the
last temporary PIN), then press and hold the ✽ button.
The opener light will blink three times. Release the button.
One Button Close: Opener can be closed by pressing only the ENTER button if the one button close feature has been
activated. This feature has been activated at the factory. To activate or deactivate this feature press and hold buttons 1 and 9
for 10 seconds. The keypad will blink twice when the one button close is active. The keypad will blink four times when one
button close is deactivated.
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REPAIR PARTS
Rail Assembly Parts
1
3
4
5
2
6
KEY
NO.
PART
NO.
DESCRIPTION
1
2
3
4
4A1008
41A2780
41A3489
3707CH
3708CH
3710CH
41D3484
41D3483
41D3485
83A11-2
Master link kit
Chain pulley bracket
Complete trolley assembly
7' (2.1 m) Rail assembly
8' (2.4 m) Rail assembly
10' (3 m) Rail assembly
7' (2.1 m) Chain assembly
8' (2.4 m) Chain assembly
10' (3 m) Chain assembly
Rail grease
5
6
Installation Parts
5
4 2
KEY PART
NO. NO.
1
LOC
3
K
LIG
HT
7
8
6
NOT
ICE
10
9
CEI
LIN
G
MO
UN
UP
12
TO
11
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
NLY
13
11
12
13
14
14
31
398LM
373P
10A19
10A33
29C151
41A2828
41B4494-1
41A5047
41A4353
41A5034
DESCRIPTION
Smart Control Panel™
3-button remote control
3V2016 lithium battery: Led and opener
3V2450 lithium battery: Proximity switch
Remote control visor clip
Emergency release rope & handle assy.
2-Conductor bell wire, white & white/red
Door bracket w/clevis pin & fastener
Header bracket w/clevis pin & fastener
Safety sensor kit (receiving and sending
eyes) with 3' (.9 m) 2-conductor bell wire
178B34
Straight door arm section
178B35
Curved door arm section
41A5266-1
Safety sensor brackets (2)
41A5281
Extension brackets (2)
NOT SHOWN
41A2770-8
Installation hardware bag
(includes hardware listed on page 5).
114A3617
Owner's manual
114A3617SP Owner’s manual - Spanish
Motor Unit Assembly Parts
1
2
5
3
7
4
7
8
6
19
8
18
16
10
20
9
17
13
12
11
15
Brown
Wire
(Down)
Contact
LIMIT SWITCH ASSY.
14
DN
UP
Drive
Gear
Center Limit
Contact
KEY
NO.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
PART
NO.
41C5069
41A4208-2
41A5658
41A2817
41B4245-1
41A5484
4A1344
108D79
30B652
41A3150
81C253
41A5640
DESCRIPTION
Chassis support bracket assy. kit
Chain spreader
Gear and sprocket assembly
Complete with: Spring washer,
thrust washer, retaining ring,
bearing plate, roll pins (2), drive
gear and worm gear, helical gear
w/retainer and grease
Drive/worm gear kit w/grease,
roll pins (2)
Line cord
End panels w/all labels
Light socket
Lens
Capacitor
Terminal block w/screws
Limit switch drive & retainer
Limit switch assembly
KEY
NO.
PART
NO.
13
41D5563-1
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Yellow
Wire
DESCRIPTION
Universal replacement motor &
bracket assembly
Complete with: Motor, worm,
bracket, gear case, bearing
assembly, RPM sensor
41A5633-13 Cover
41A5532
Gear case
41A2822-1 Interrupter cup assembly
41C4398A RPM sensor assembly
41AC075-2S Receiver logic board assy.
Complete with: Logic board, end
panel w/all labels, light socket
41C5657
High voltage wire harness
41C6661
Low voltage wire harness
41D180-1
End panel w/all labels
41A2826
41A2825
32
(Up)
Contact
Grey
Wire
NOT SHOWN
Motor shaft bearing kit
Opener assembly hardware kit
(includes screws not designated
by a number in illustration)
ACCESSORIES
1702LM
Outside Quick Release:
Required for a garage with NO access
door. Enables homeowner to open
garage door manually from outside by
disengaging trolley.
377LM
Wireless Keyless Entry with
Security✚®:
Enables homeowner to operate garage
door opener from outside by entering a
password on a specially designed
keyboard. Also can add a temporary
password for visitors or service persons.
This temporary password can be limited
to a programmable number of hours or
entries.
371LM
Single-Button Security✚® Remote
Control:
Includes visor clip.
373W
Designer Burled Walnut 3-Button
Remote Control with Security✚®:
Includes visor clip.
915LM
Garage Door Monitor:
Security for the largest door of your
home!
Tells you if your garage door is open or
closed. Monitors up to 4 garage doors by
adding additional sensor modules.
Extension Brackets:
(Optional) For safety reversing sensor
installation onto the wall or floor.
41A5281
78LM
CLOSED
OPEN
Multi-Function Door Control Panel:
Provides a lock feature which prevents
operation of garage door opener from
portable remotes and a light feature for
constant light.
916LM
Garage Door Monitor Sensor:
Additional accessory sensor for homes
with multiple garage doors.
395LM
Remote Light Control:
Enables homeowner to turn on a lamp,
television or other appliance from their
car with their garage door opener remote
or from anywhere in their home with an
additional LiftMaster Security✚® remote.
975LM
Laser Park Assist:
Laser enables homeowners to precisely
park vehicles in the garage.
990LM
Surge Protector:
The Garage Door Opener Surge
Protector is designed to protect
LiftMaster® garage door openers against
damage from lightning and power
surges.
LOCK
LIGHT
902LM/903LM
373P
2 & 3 Door Multi-Function Wall
Control:
Ideal for homes with up to three garage
doors. Combine up to three controls into
one wall control panel for a neat
compact appearance. Enhanced
functions include Lock Feature to lock
out outside radio signals while you are
away from home and turn opener lights
on or off from the control panel.
Security✚® 3-Button Remote Control:
Includes visor clip.
Fingerprint Keyless Entry:
The system uses biometric technology
that enables an authorized user to gain
access by scanning their fingerprint. The
sensor strip on the unit makes a numeric
template of the fingerprint that is unique
to that user. The unit’s memory can store
up to four fingerprints.
379LM-10
370LM
3-Button Mini-Remote Control with
Security✚®:
With key ring and fastening strip.
ENROLL
SEND
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ENROLL
PASS
FAIL
READY
RETRY
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NOTES
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LIFTMASTER® SERVICE IS
ON CALL
OUR LARGE SERVICE ORGANIZATION
SPANS AMERICA
HOW TO ORDER
REPAIR PARTS
Selling prices will be furnished on request or parts will be
shipped at prevailing prices and you will be billed accordingly.
WHEN ORDERING REPAIR PARTS, ALWAYS GIVE THE
FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
INSTALLATION AND SERVICE INFORMATION IS AS NEAR
AS YOUR TELEPHONE. SIMPLY DIAL OUR TOLL FREE
NUMBER:
• PART NUMBER
• PART NAME
• MODEL NUMBER
1-800-528-9131
ADDRESS ORDERS TO:
THE CHAMBERLAIN GROUP, INC.
Technical Support Group
6050 S. Country Club Road
Tucson, Arizona 85706
www.liftmaster.com
For professional installation, parts and service, contact
your local LIFTMASTER/CHAMBERLAIN dealer. Look for him
in the Yellow Pages, or call our Service number for a list of
dealers in your area.
SERVICE INFORMATION
TOLL FREE NUMBER:
1-800-528-9131
LIFTMASTER® FIVE-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
LIFETIME MOTOR LIMITED WARRANTY
The Chamberlain Group, Inc. (“Seller”) warrants to the first retail purchaser of this product, for the residence in which this product is originally
installed, that it is free from defect in materials and/or workmanship for a period of five years from the date of purchase,the motor is free from
defect in materials and/or workmanship for the lifetime of the product. The proper operation of this product is dependent on your compliance with
the instructions regarding installation, operation, maintenance and testing. Failure to comply strictly with those instructions will void this limited
warranty in its entirety.
If, during the limited warranty period, this product appears to contain a defect covered by this limited warranty, call 1-800-528-9131, toll free,
before dismantling this product. Then send this product, pre-paid and insured, to our service center for warranty repair. You will be advised of
shipping instructions when you call. Please include a brief description of the problem and a dated proof-of-purchase receipt with any product
returned for warranty repair. Products returned to Seller for warranty repair, which upon receipt by Seller are confirmed to be defective and
covered by this limited warranty, will be repaired or replaced (at Seller’s sole option) at no cost to you and returned pre-paid. Defective parts will
be repaired or replaced with new or factory-rebuilt parts at Seller’s sole option.
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES FOR THE PRODUCT, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY
AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE FIVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD SET
FORTH ABOVE EXCEPT THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES WITH RESPECT TO THE MOTOR, WHICH ARE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE
LIFETIME LIMITED WARRANTY PERIOD FOR THE MOTOR, AND NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES WILL EXIST OR APPLY AFTER SUCH
PERIOD. Some States do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply to you. THIS
LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER NON-DEFECT DAMAGE, DAMAGE CAUSED BY IMPROPER INSTALLATION, OPERATION OR
CARE (INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO ABUSE, MISUSE, FAILURE TO PROVIDE REASONABLE AND NECESSARY MAINTENANCE,
UNAUTHORIZED REPAIRS OR ANY ALTERATIONS TO THIS PRODUCT), LABOR CHARGES FOR REINSTALLING A REPAIRED OR
REPLACED UNIT, REPLACEMENT OF BATTERIES AND LIGHT BULBS OR UNITS INSTALLED FOR NON-RESIDENTIAL USE.
THIS LIMITED WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER ANY PROBLEMS WITH, OR RELATING TO, THE GARAGE DOOR OR GARAGE DOOR
HARDWARE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE DOOR SPRINGS, DOOR ROLLERS, DOOR ALIGNMENT OR HINGES. THIS LIMITED
WARRANTY ALSO DOES NOT COVER ANY PROBLEMS CAUSED BY INTERFERENCE. ANY SERVICE CALL THAT DETERMINES THE
PROBLEM HAS BEEN CAUSED BY ANY OF THESE ITEMS COULD RESULT IN A FEE TO YOU.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL SELLER BE LIABLE FOR CONSEQUENTIAL, INCIDENTAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES ARISING IN
CONNECTION WITH USE, OR INABILITY TO USE, THIS PRODUCT. IN NO EVENT SHALL SELLER’S LIABILITY FOR BREACH OF
WARRANTY, BREACH OF CONTRACT, NEGLIGENCE OR STRICT LIABILITY EXCEED THE COST OF THE PRODUCT COVERED HEREBY.
NO PERSON IS AUTHORIZED TO ASSUME FOR US ANY OTHER LIABILITY IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF THIS PRODUCT.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential, incidental or special damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not
apply to you. This limited warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
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All Rights Reserved