Chamberlain 3280 1/2HP Garage Door Opener User Manual

3453135556
Series OCG
Includes
Remote Control
and SERIES II Electronics
Included Wall Control MUST be installed prior to operation of this Garage
Door Operator
Safe-T-Beam® Safety Reverse System Must be installed to close door
NOTE: Your Operator comes with a Rail Assembly which is standard for
up to a 7 foot 6 inch high door. An extension kit for an 8 foot high door
is available.
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PRE-INSTALLATION CHECK LIST
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Things to consider if you are planning to “do-it-yourself.”
2
In many cases you will be replacing an existing door operator with a new one, however, if this
will be the first operator installed there are some pre-installation issues which need to be
addressed. They are as follows:
The Overhead Door Corporation recommends that you read and fully understand
all information and instructions contained herein before choosing a “Do-it-yourself”
installation. Any questions should be directed to Overhead Door Corp. or an authorized
Overhead Door Dealer.
(The issue numbers below refer to the circled numbers in the illustrations on page 3.)
Check your ceiling where the power
head of your new unit will be mounted.
Plan how you will be mounting the power head.
It is possible that ceiling joists may not be in the
exact position needed with respect to the garage
door operator. In any case, it may be necessary
to add an additional bracket and fasteners (not
included with your new door operator kit).
1
Check the wall directly above the garage
door. The door operator’s header bracket
must be securely fastened to this wall. Insure
that the structure will provide a strong mounting
location.
2
You need a 110-120 Volt power supply
available. If you plan to plug the unit into a
standard electrical outlet, is one available? The
outlet should be no more than about 3 feet from the
power head once it is mounted. (The cord is 4 ft. in
length.) SEE WARNING BELOW.
5
To avoid damage to your door and/or
operator, make sure you disable any door
locks prior to installing your operator.
6
3
Check to see if the mounting location
for the Safe-T-Beam® System “STB” is
clear from obstruction and has a wood
surface available for attaching the “STB”
brackets. The brackets may also be attached to
concrete if necessary but extra tools and special
fasteners (not supplied) will be required.
NOTE: 1-1/2" “STB” bracket adapters are
available through your local Overhead door Dealer.
Is your garage door made of
light-weight steel, aluminum, fiberglass
or glass panels? Additional support bracing
must be added to these type doors. If this is the
case, please contact the door distributor or
manufacturer so that they can furnish you with a
“bracing kit.”
4
WARNING
DO NOT USE EXTENSION CORD!
Extension cords can cause dangerous
overheating conditions.
DO NOT USE PORTABLE GENERATOR!
This product is designed to operate on
standard house current. Do not use
alternate power supplies.
7
Insure that your door is properly balanced
and moving freely. SEE WARNING BELOW.
(NOT SHOWN) If your garage does not have
a separate entry door, you might want to
consider an emergency release kit (GER-2) for
installation on your garage door. See page A at the
center of this manual.
8
WARNING
If your door sticks, binds, or is out of
balance, have it adjusted by a professional.
Door springs, cables, pulleys, brackets and
associated hardware are under extreme
tension and can cause serious injury or
death.
TYPICAL SECTIONAL DOOR INSTALLATION
5
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1
TYPICAL
SUPPORT
BRACKET
2
3
ADDED
HEADER BRACKET
MOUNTING BOARD
BRACES
48" POWER CORD
TO
120V GROUNDED
OUTLET
EXTENSION SPRING
OR
TORSION SPRING
4
3
6
3
SAFE-T-BEAM®
TYPICAL 1-PIECE DOOR INSTALLATION
7
SECTIONAL DOOR
1-PIECE DOOR
TABLE OF CONTENTS
SECTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . PAGE
PRE-INSTALLATION CHECKS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3
OPERATOR FEATURES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
4
SAFETY FEATURES. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
TOOLS RECOMMENDED. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
PARTS IDENTIFICATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5-7
SAFETY INFORMATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
OPERATOR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
1 ASSEMBLY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8-10
2 INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-14
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-18
3 SAFE-T-BEAM ® SYSTEM INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . 15-16
4 WALL CONTROL INSTALLATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
5 CONNECT OPERATOR TO POWER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
ADJUSTMENTS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19-21
OPERATOR FEATURES
CODEDODGER® Rolling Code Security System.
An electronic rolling code system that enhances the security of
the door operator by continuously changing the access code
each time the remote control is used. The door operator
responds to each new code only once. An access code copied
from a working system and tried again will not control the door
operator.
CODEDODGER® 1, 2 or 3-Button Remote Control (included
with some models).
Operates 1, 2 or 3 garage doors from car.
Lighted Wall Button*.
Operates door operator from inside garage.
Lighted Wall Console* (included with some models).
Security vacation lock switch disables all controls. LED
Indicator shows whether system is locked or unlocked. Makes
console easy to find in dark. Controls door operator from inside
garage. Independent light control allows convenient manual
control of the automatic lighting system.
NOTE: Your garage door operator may not come with all above
items included as standard equipment.
6 LIMIT SWITCHES & FORCE ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . 19.
CONTACT REVERSE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
7 PROGRAMMING REMOTE CONTROLS . . . . . . . . . . . 20-21
8 BATTERY/VISOR CLIP INSTALLATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
9 LIGHT BULB AND LENS INSTALLATION. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
MAINTENANCE & TROUBLESHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22-24
SAFE-T-BEAM ® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
OPERATOR/RADIO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
WIRING DIAGRAM . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . A
SAFETY FEATURES
Safe-T-Beam® (STB) Non-Contact Reversing System**.
Puts an invisible beam across the door opening. The door stops
and reverses to the full open position if anything passes
through the beam. Red and green LED indicators provide a self
diagnostic code if an operational problem exits.
Safe-T-Reverse® Contact Reversing System.
Automatically stops and reverses a closing door within 2
seconds of contact with an object.
Safe-T-Stop® Timed Reversed System.
Automatically opens a closing door if it fails to close completely
within 30 seconds.
Force Guard® Control.
Features adjustable open and close force settings. For
maximum safety, these must be set to the minimum force
required to fully open and close the door.
Relay Monitoring System.
Automatically stops and reverses a closing door if the closing
relay malfunctions.
Watch Dog® Monitoring System.
Automatically stops and reverses a closing door if the
Safe-T-Beam System** has an operational problem.
*Operator MUST be installed with the
included Wall Control.
Automatic Lighting System.
One bulb lighting supplies up to 100 Watts of light for safer
evening exits and entries. Turns on when door is activated and
automatically turns off 5 minutes later.
**Safe-T-Beam® Safety Reverse System
MUST Be Installed To Close door.
Manual Emergency Release.
Manually releases door from door operator. Use during a power
failure or other emergency to allow manual opening and closing
of door.
TOOLS RECOMMENDED
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Ratchet
Pencil
Carpenter’s level
Adjustable wrench
7/16" and 9/16"
Sockets
Tape measure
Phillips screwdriver
Wire strippers
Drill
5
5/32" Drill Bit
Step ladder
PARTS IDENTIFICATION - Not Shown Full Size .
OR
38
33
#6 x 1-1/4" Pan
32
Head Phillips
Wall console
Screw
34
40
Single-button
remote control
Safety Brochure
Multi-button
remote control
Entrapment Warning
Label
44
#10"-16 x 1-1/4"
Machine Screw
29
30
Wire
Insulated Staple
33
#6 x 1-1/4" Pan
Head Phillips
Screw
36
31
Wall button
37
35
Source STB
(Red LED)
Sensor STB
(Green LED)
STB Bracket
FASTENERS - Shown Full Size . See Parts List for description.
[9]
[22]
Bolt - 1/4"-20 x 5/8"
Lag screw - 1/4" x 2"
[28]
Nut - 3/8"-16
[10]
[25]
Cotter pin
[39]
Screw - #8-32 x 1"
Nut - 1/4"-20
[24]
Clevis pin
[41]
Wire clip
[42]
Self-drilling Screw
1/4"-20 x 3/4"
[27]
[46]
[47]
Bolt - 3/8"-16 x 7/8"
Bolt - 5/16"-18 x 3/4"
Nut - 5/16"-18
1-PIECE BOOM HARDWARE EXPLODED VIEW
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[2]
1
6
10
13
39
9
11
41
3
14
25
23
39
28
15
26
10
22
42
12
20
16
24
9
17
22
25
27
47
18
PARTS LIST
Item Part Name
1
2
3
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
20
22
23
24
25
26
27
Power head assembly (box)
Boom assembly (box)
Boom (box)
1/4"-20 x 5/8" hex head bolt (blue bag)
1/4"-20 hex flange nut (blue bag)
Carriage assembly (box)
Boom strap (blue bag)
Limit switch OPEN (white wire)(green bag)
Limit switch CLOSE (brown wire)(green bag)
Release cord (green bag)
Release knob (green bag)
Emergency release tag (green bag)
Header bracket (orange bag)
Door bracket (orange bag)
1/4" x 2" lag screw (orange bag)
Straight door arm (box)
Clevis pin (yellow bag)
Cotter pin (yellow bag)
Curved door arm (box)
3/8"-16 x 7/8" hex head bolt (yellow bag)
Number Required
1
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
8
1
2
2
1
2
Item Part Name
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
44
46
47
3/8"-16 hex flange nut (yellow bag)
Wire (box)
Insulated staple (red bag)
Wall button (red bag)
Wall console (box)
No. 6 x 1-1/4" flat head phillips screw (red bag)
Entrapment WARNING label (manual)
Safe-T-Beam (STB) sensor (green LED)(box)
Safe-T-Beam (STB) source (red LED)(box)
Safe-T-Beam (STB) bracket (yellow bag)
Remote operator (box)
#8-32 x 1" machine screw (green bag)
Safety & maintenance guide (manual)
Wire clip (wide)(green bag)
1/4"-20 x 3/4" self-drilling screw (orange bag)
#10-16 x 1-1/4" phillips hex head screw (yellow bag)
5/16"-18 x 3/4" hex head bolt (orange bag)
5/16"-18 hex flange nut (orange bag)
Number Required
2
1
varies/model
varies/model
varies/model
varies/model
1
1
1
1
varies/model
2
1
varies/model
3
4
3
4
POWER HEAD EXPLODED VIEW
[1]
Power Head Assembly
1N
1P
1J
1H
7
1X
1M
1L
1B
1N
1E
1N
1K
1D
1G
1Q
1D
POWER HEAD
PARTS LIST (pre-assembled)
1F
1A
49
1N
Item
1
1A
1B
1D
1E
1F
1G
1H
1J
1K
1L
1M
1N
1P
1Q
1X
49
Part Name
Power head assembly
Cover (by series/model)
Front panel assembly
Motor parts
Circuit board assembly
Capacitor (by series/model)
Opto wheel (not shown)
Carriage slide
Chain
Circuit board bracket
Drive module
Terminal strip
No. 8 x 3/4" hex washer head screw
Shock absorption stop (not shown)
Motor mount bracket (not shown)
Chassis
Lens
SAFETY INFORMATION
OVERVIEW OF
POTENTIAL HAZARDS
Garage doors are large, heavy objects that move with the help of springs under
high tension and electric motors. Since moving objects, springs under tension,
and electric motors can cause injuries, your safety and the safety of others
depend on you reading the information in this manual. If you have questions or do
not understand the information presented, call your nearest service representative. If
you have questions or do not understand the information presented, contact
Overhead Door Corp. or an authorized Overhead Door Dealer.
POTENTIAL
HAZARD
WARNING:
Can Cause
Serious Injury
or Death
MOVING DOOR
In this section and those that follow, the words Danger, Warning, and Caution
are used to emphasize important safety information. The word:
DANGER means that severe injury or death will result from failure to follow
instructions.
WARNING means that severe injury or death can result from failure to follow
instructions.
CAUTION means that property damage or injury can result from failure to
follow instructions.
The word NOTE is used to indicate important steps to be followed or
important considerations.
EFFECT
ELECTRICAL
SHOCK
HIGH
SPRING
TENSION
WARNING:
Can Cause
Serious Injury
or Death
WARNING:
Can Cause
Serious Injury
or Death
PREVENTION
Keep people clear of opening while door is
moving.
Do Not allow children to play with the door
operator.
Do Not operate a door that jams or one
that has a broken spring.
Turn off power before removing operator
cover.
When replacing cover, make sure wires
are not pinched or near moving parts.
Operator must be properly grounded.
Do Not try to remove, repair or adjust
springs or anything to which door spring
parts are fastened, such as, wood blocks,
steel brackets, cables or other like items.
Repairs and adjustments must be made
by a trained service person using proper
tools and instructions.
1
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BOOM ASSEMBLY: Use a clean, flat surface.
8
CAUTION
Drive chain can slide out of booms. Do not run until operator
is fully assembled.
NOTE: Boom assemblies are for 7 foot 6 inch highdoor.
An extension kit for an 8 foot high door is available.
OPEN BLUE PARTS BAG
1. Attach boom strap (Fig. 1-1).
• Place boom strap against boom so that projection
on strap mates with second hole from end of boom.
– Place 2 bolts (9) through boom strap and boom.
– Ignore fourth hole. (See NOTE)
– Securely tighten bolts and nuts (10).
FIG. 1-1
[9] 1/4"-20 x 5/8"
Attach boom strap.
[10]
1/4"-20
NOTE: Your boom has 4 holes in the boom strap
end. The hole furthest away from the end is for an
extension kit if needed.
CAUTION
Make sure that the carriage magnet is in place in the
top of the carriage slide.
Boom is up-side
down
2. Slip carriage into carriage slot of boom.
• Flip the boom assembly up-side down.
• Place emergency release lever in “release”
position (See below).
– Check arrow on the side of carriage points
toward door end of boom.
– Slide carriage into boom at power head end
(Fig. 1-2).
– Flip boom assembly right-side up.
FIG. 1-2
Lever in release position.
Align arrow.
3. Attach boom to power head.
• Place boom in front of power head with boom strap
at opposite end.
• Support door end of boom (boom strap) at about
same height as power head.
– Check if magnet is in place (Fig. 1-3 inset). Insert
carriage slide into boom (Fig. 1-3). (Carriage slide
is long straight piece attached to chain.)
– Pull boom toward you as you feed chain into it.
(Fig. 1-3). When the end of the boom is within
about 2 chain links of the power head, you can
then push it the rest of the way. (It is a snug fit.)
– Securely fasten with 2 bolts (9) and nuts (10)
(Fig. 1-4).
[9]
1/4"-20 x 5/8"
[10]
1/4"-20
9
carriage slide
magnet
FIG. 1-3
Slip carriage slide into boom.
FIG. 1-4
Attach boom to power head.
OPEN GREEN PARTS BAG
4. Attach emergency release cord, knob and tag.
• Tie overhand knot in 1 end of cord. Tighten knot.
(FIG. 1-5 inset A).
– Slip opposite (no knot) end through knob.
– Slip through hole in emergency release lever
(Fig. 1-5).
– Tie overhand knot in this end also. Tighten knot.
5. Attach emergency release tag.
• Attach to hole in emergency release using metal
twist tie on tag. (Fig. 1-5 inset B).
B
wire
twist
tie
FIG. 1-5
overhand knot
A
Attach emergency release cord & tag.
6. Attach limit switches.
2 switches included, “CLOSE” limit switch (brown
wire) and “OPEN” limit switch (white wire)
(Fig. 1-6).
• Turn set screws (39) into threaded holes, just
enough so screw stays in place. (Fig. 1-6).
10
[39] #8-32 x 1"
• Point arrow on top “CLOSE” limit switch toward
door end of boom.
– Place “CLOSE” limit switch (Brown wire) on boom
about 12” from boom strap (Fig. 1-7).
– Gently tighten set screw enough to keep switch
from moving.
• Point arrow on top “OPEN” limit switch toward
door end of boom.
– Place “OPEN” limit switch (white wire) on boom
where chain attaches to carriage slide. (Near
the power head.)
– Gently tighten set screw enough to keep switch
from moving.
FIG. 1-6
Identify limit switches / insert set screws.
FIG. 1-7
Place limit switches.
hole
7. Attach limit switch wires.
• Uncoil limit switch wires.
– Place into channels located along top of boom.
– Run wires back to power head through hole in top
of power head (Fig. 1-8).
– Use wire clips to hold wires in place (Fig. 1-9).
FIG. 1-8
Run wire to power head.
FIG. 1-9
Wire clips.
[41]
• Attach limit switch wires to terminals on power
head (Fig. 1-10).
– White wire (“OPEN”) to terminals #4 and #5.
– Brown wire (“CLOSE”) to terminals #5 and #6.
• Bundle extra wire and lay it on top of power head
(Fig. 1-10 inset).
4
5
Bundle
Wire
6
FIG. 1-10 Attach wire at power head terminals.
2
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I M P O R TA N T
WARNING :
To reduce the risk of severe injury or death:
1. READ AND FOLLOW ALL SAFETY, INSTALLATION AND
OPERATION INSTRUCTIONS. If you have questions or
do not understand an instruction, call Overhead Door
Corp. or an authorized Overhead Door Dealer.
2. Do Not install operator on an improperly balanced door.
An improperly balanced door could cause severe injury.
Repairs and adjustments to cables, spring assembly, and
other hardware must be made by a trained service
person using proper tools and instructions.
3. Remove all ropes and disable all locks connected to the
door before installing operator.
4. Install door operator 7 feet or more above floor. Mount
emergency release knob 6 feet above floor.
5. Do Not connect the operator to the source of power
until instructed to do so.
6. Locate the control button:
• Within sight of door.
• At minimum height of 5 feet, so small children cannot
reach it.
• Away from all moving parts of the door.
7. Install the Entrapment WARNING Label next to the wall
button or wall console. Install the emergency release
tag on, or next to, the emergency release.
8. The operator must reverse when the door contacts a
1-1/2 inch high object on the floor at the center of the
doorway. This is the size of a 2” x 4” board laid flat.
HEADER AND DOOR
MOUNTING BRACKETS:
CAUTION
Header bracket must be fastened to garage framing.
Do Not fasten to drywall, particle board, plaster or other
such materials.
1. Finding header bracket mounting location.
• Close garage door.
– Use a pencil.
- Mark center of garage door (one-half overall
width) with 6” vertical line at top edge of door.
- Continue this line on wall above door for
about 12" (Fig. 2-1).
• Raise garage door until top edge of door
reaches its maximum height (Fig. 2-2).
• Place door at highest point.
– Measure height from top edge of door to floor.
• Close door again.
• Mark height measurement on wall above door.
– Make your mark across vertical line
made earlier.
from here to
floor
FIG. 2-1
Finding highest point of travel
(sectional).
from here to
floor
• Marking final height:
The 2 basic types of garage door mechanisms are:
Track guided doors–have rollers on each side
which ride in “tracks” to guide the door up and down.
Trackless doors–swivel on large spring loaded
hinges as the door opens and closes.
For track guided – add 2-1/2" to height mark just
made on wall. This is location for header bracket.
NOTE: If spring or its shaft is in way, measure 2-1/2"
above spring or shaft and mark this height as your
location for header bracket.
For trackless – add 6"- 12” to your height mark
just made on the wall. This is location for
header bracket.
final height
mark
FIG. 2-2
Finding highest point
of travel (1-piece).
top of door
FIG. 2-3
Final height mark.
11
NOTE: If header bracket location needs to be
above header for garage door opening, you need to
add a “mounting surface.” A 2" x 6" board securely
attached (fasteners not included) across wall studs
on either side of your mark is sufficient (Fig. 2-4).
OPEN ORANGE PARTS BAG
12
2. Mounting the header bracket.
NOTE: Although header bracket may be oriented
several ways, method 1 is preferred if possible
because of added strength over other methods
(Fig. 2-5).
• Hold header bracket against wall (Fig. 2-5).
– Place left edge on vertical line.
– Bottom edge on final height line.
• Mark screw hole locations on wall.
• Drill 5/32" pilot holes at each screw hole mark.
– Fasten header bracket with 3 lag screws (22)
(Fig. 2-5).
bolted to studs in wall
FIG. 2-4
Adding mounting surface.
preferred
[22] 1/4" x 2"
2
1
DOOR BRACKET:
CAUTION
3
FIG. 2-5
Header bracket in place (3 methods).
FIG. 2-6
Examples of door bracing.
Doors made of masonite, lightweight wood, fiberglass, and
sheet metal must be properly braced before mounting door
operator. Contact door manufacturer or distributor for a bracing
kit. The Overhead Door Corporation is not responsible for
damage caused due to improperly braced door.(Fig. 2-6)
3. Finding door bracket mounting location.
• Door bracket is mounted as high on door as
possible along vertical centerline.
NOTE: In the case of sectional type doors, door
bracket must be mounted NO LOWER THAN top set
of rollers (Fig. 2-7).
For 1-piece doors, door bracket must be mounted at
top edge of door.
4. Mounting the door bracket.
• Proper bracing should be verified at this point.
– Align door bracket centered on your
vertical centerline.
– Attach using 3 self-drilling screws (42).
– Use lag screws (22) for solid wooden doors.
[42] 1/4"-20 x 3/4"
even with or
above top roller
FIG. 2-7
[22]
Mounting door Bracket (sectional).
1/4" x 2"
on top edge
at top of back
NOTE: For solid wood doors, carriage bolts
WITHOUT SLOTTED HEADS (not included, but
available by calling the Overhead Door help line) may
be used for attaching door bracket.
NO SLOT
Carriage bolt & nut.
FIG. 2-7B Mounting door Bracket (one-piece).
MOUNTING THE OPERATOR:
1. Getting Started.
• Position boom/power head assembly (Fig. 2-7).
– Boom strap leaning on wall next to
header bracket.
– Place material on floor under power head to
protect from scratching. (A box, stool, or similar
device may be needed to clear a torsion
spring, as shown.)
2. Mounting the assembly.
• Attach boom strap to header bracket using nut (47)
(Fig. 2-7 inset). FINGER TIGHT ONLY.
[47]
13
FIG. 2-7
5/16"-18
Position assembly.
HEADER BRACKET
DOOR
• Support power head on step-ladder.
90°
NOTE: Before final attachment to ceiling, insure that
assembly is in proper alignment (Fig. 2-9).
• Attach mounting straps to ceiling using lag
bolts (22) (Fig. 2-10).
• Set height of power head according to following:
– Track guided doors.
- Boom must clear door at highest point of
travel.
- Be level or, power head slightly below level.
– Trackless doors.
- Boom must clear door at highest point of
travel by 1" to 1-1/2".
• Securely tighten power head mounting bolts (46)
and nuts (47).
• Lower door.
• Fully tighten boom strap nut.
• DO NOT PLUG UNIT IN YET!
3. Adjusting length of emergency release cord.
• Check release knob height.
– Low enough you can reach it.
– High enough to clear your vehicle, but
NO HIGHER THAN 6 FEET ABOVE FLOOR.
• Tie a new overhand knot where desired.
– Cut off any extra cord.
VIEW FROM ABOVE
(not to scale)
NO
FIG. 2-9
YES
NO
Operator must be aligned.
ANGLE IRON ON FINISHED CEILING
DRYWALL
Attach angle iron to beams
UNFINISHED OR OPEN BEAM
Extra framing
not needed
[22]
Mounting Straps
[22]
[22]
[46 & 47]
1/4" x 2"
[46 & 47]
[46]
[47]
5/16"-18 x 3/4"
5/16"-18
Extra framing
NEEDED
FIG. 2-10 Mounting the power head.
INSTALL DOOR ARMS: Sectional doors
clevis & cotter pins
OPEN YELLOW PARTS BAG
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1. Attach the arms.
• Fasten curved door arm to door bracket using
clevis pin (24) and cotter pin (25) (Fig. 2-10).
• Straight arm to carriage using clevis pin (24) and
cotter pin (25) (Fig. 2-10).
[24]
short as possible
[25]
clevis &
cotter
pins
2. Connecting the arms.
• Slide carriage back and forth to adjust arm length.
– Overlap arms as much as possible.
– Make overall length as short as possible.
• Fasten arms together using 2 bolts (27) and
nuts (28) (Fig. 2-10). (Place the bolts as far
apart as possible.)
[28]
[27]
3/8"-16
3/8"-16 x 7/8"
NOTE: Whenever possible, it is recommended that
the door arms assembly be angled away from the
door to prevent putting downward force on the door
and door bracket. (Fig. 2-11).
Additionally, where possible, the straight door arm
may be eliminated.
FIG. 2-10 Attaching door arms (sectional doors).
angle
door arms
door
INSTALL DOOR ARMS: 1-piece doors
OPEN YELLOW PARTS BAG
1. Attach the arms.
• Straight arm to door bracket using clevis pin (24)
& cotter pin (25) (Fig. 2-12).
• Curved arm to carriage using clevis pin (24)
& cotter pin (25) (Fig. 2-12).
[24]
3/8"-16 x 7/8"
clevis &
cotter
pins
[25]
2. Connecting the arms.
• Slide carriage back and forth to adjust arm length.
– Overlap arms as little as possible.
– Make overall length as long as possible.
• Fasten arms together using 2 bolts (27) and
nuts (28) (Fig. 2-12).
[27]
FIG. 2-11 Door arms at angle to door.
[28]
3/8"-16
long as possible
FIG. 2-12 Attaching door arms (one-piece doors).
REMINDER: If you have no other access to
your garage from the outside other than your
garage door, please consider a GER-2
emergency release kit shown on page A in
center of manual.
Call Customer Service at 1.800.929.3667, or
visit www.overheaddoor.com.
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SAFE-T-BEAM ® SYSTEM INSTALLATION
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WARNING
There should be no electrical power to the operator
while installing Safe-T-Beam System® wires. If you
have plugged in the power cord—UNPLUG IT NOW.
NOTE: The operator will not close the door
automatically unless the Safe-T-Beam® System is
installed.
1. Mounting brackets.
• Mark both sides of garage door frame or wall 5"
above floor. (Fig. 3-1).
• Hold bracket against door frame or wall.
– Check brackets extend out from wall far
enough that tongue of bracket is beyond door,
tracks or any door hardware.
– If not:
- “STB” bracket extensions are available
at local dealer.
- Blocks of wood, etc. may be substituted for
extensions.
• Center bracket on your mark (Fig. 3-2).
• Fasten each with 2 screws (44) (Fig. 3-2).
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mark
FIG. 3-1 Mark door frame.
FIG. 3-2 Mount
brackets.
[44] #10"-16 x 1-1/4"
NOTE: Mounting brackets can be attached to the
floor using concrete anchors (not provided).
2. Mounting “STB” source and sensor.
• If garage has only one garage door.
– Determine which side of garage receives most
direct sunlight (Fig. 3-4).
– Red LED should always be on sunny side
whenever possible (Fig. 3-4).
• For multiple doors.
– Preventing crossed signals is critical.
– Place source and sensor modules on adjacent
doors facing in opposite directions (Fig. 3-4).
NOTE: To help prevent interference from sun, “STB”
sensors (Green LED) may be placed further away from
the door opening where they will spend more time in
shadows.
• Slide source/sensor onto tongue of bracket until
it clicks into place (Fig. 3-3).
tongue
center of
bracket
FIG. 3-3 Attaching
“STB’s” to brackets.
SUN
RED
LED
GREEN
LED
RED RED
LED LED
GREEN
LED
TWO DOOR
GARAGE
ONE DOOR
GARAGE
GREEN
LED
GREEN
LED
RED RED
LED LED
GREEN GREEN
LED
LED
RED
LED
THREE DOOR
GARAGE
FIG. 3-4 “STB” locations.
Dashed Line = striped wire
Solid Line = white wire
3. Wiring.
• Route wires (29) using either method shown (Fig. 3-5).
• Wires along boom are held in place with
wire clips.
Green
Source
Green
Red
Source
Sensor
Red
Sensor
[41]
Power
Head
Power
Head
– Wires can be slipped under the wire clips
already in place.
A
B
FIG. 3-5 “STB” wiring methods.
OPEN RED PARTS BAG
3. Wiring (cont’).
• Securely fasten wires to wall as you go.
– Use insulated staples (included).
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[30]
FIG. 3-6
Splitting and stripping.
FIG. 3-7
Terminal attachments at STB.
– Staples should be snug only.
CAUTION
Staples which are too tight can cut or pinch wires. Cut or
pinched wires can cause the “STB” System to stop working.
When using the insulated staples, make sure you fasten
them only as tightly as needed to hold the wire snugly.
• Make wire attachments at “STB’s.”
– Splitting and stripping wire ends to be
connected as shown (Fig. 3-6).
– Loosen terminal screws.
– Insert wire under flat plate and tighten screw.
It does not matter which wire, white or
striped, goes on which terminal (Fig. 3-7).
• Make wire attachments at power head.
– “STB’s” are connected to terminals #2 and #3
on power head (Fig. 3-8).
4. Check the following.
• Insure that no part of door or its hardware is
in path between lenses of source and sensor.
• Insure that tops of lenses are between 5"-6"
above the floor (Fig. 3-9). The brackets are
flexible, and can be adjusted slightly if needed.
2
3
NOTE: “STB” alignment check must be performed
following connection to electrical power (see page 18).
DO NOT PLUG IN YET!
FIG. 3-8
Terminal attachments at power head.
top edge of lens
between 5" - 6"
above floor.
FIG. 3-9
Check lens height.
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WALL CONTROL INSTALLATION
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WARNING
Verify there is no power to the operator before
installing wall control wires.
1
CAUTION
Use of any wall control other than the type
supplied will prevent the light from working and
could cause the door to operate on its own.
Cut or pinched wires can cause the wall control to
stop working. When using the insulated staples,
make sure you only pound them in as far as
needed to hold the wire snugly.
1. Finding the mounting location.
• Pick a convenient location for mounting
wall control.
– Location you choose should be in direct sight
of door.
– It should be at least 5' above floor to prevent
small children from operating door.
– It must be away from any moving parts. (You
should not be able to reach the door while
standing at wall control.)
2. Wiring.
• Run wire from power head to wall control.
• Securely fasten to ceiling using insulated
staples provided.
• Split and strip ends of wire (Fig. 4-5).
• On power head:
– Attach the striped wire to terminal #1 and
white wire to terminal #2 (Fig. 5-1).
• On back of wall control:
– Attach striped wire to terminal “B”, and
white wire to terminal “W.” (Fig. 5-2).
3. Mounting.
• Fasten wall control to wall with 2 screws
(either wall button or console use 33)
(Fig. 5-3).
2
FIG. 5-1 Terminal attachments at power head.
button
console
FIG. 5-2
Wall control wire attachment.
FIG. 5-3
Mounting wall control.
FIG. 5-4
Entrapment warning label.
[33] #6 x 1-1/4"
• Remove protective backing from “entrapment”
warning label (Fig. 5-4).
– Stick label on wall near wall control.
NOTE: Additional wall controls are available from
your dealer. ONLY ONE OF YOUR WALL
CONTROLS MAY BE THE LIGHTED TYPE. If you
have a lighted wall control, all your additional controls
must be un-lighted. More than one lighted wall
control per operator will cause a malfunction.
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CONNECTING TO POWER
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WITH GROUNDED PLUG:
WARNING
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To reduce the risk of electrical shock, this
equipment has a grounded type plug that includes
a third (grounding) pin. This plug will only fit a
grounded type outlet. If you do not have a
grounded outlet, contact a qualified electrician to
install one. DO NOT alter the plug in any way. The
door operator must be properly grounded in order
to prevent personal injury and damage to
the components.
screw
CAUTION
Check local building codes to make sure that you
are not required to have your garage door operator
permanently wired, with circuit breaker protection.
If permanent wiring is required, have this installed
by a qualified electrician.
FIG. 6-1 Removing motor cover.
knock-out plug
1. Plug the operator into a properly grounded
electrical outlet.
2. Check Safe-T-Beam® alignment (Fig. 6-3).
WITH PERMANENT WIRING:
WARNING
The electrical power to the door operator MUST
BE turned off when the motor cover is removed.
Electrical power must remain off while making
electrical connections.
1. Instructions for electrician.
• Remove power from circuit.
• Remove motor cover (Fig. 6-1).
– Removing hex head screw located in center
on bottom of cover.
– Slide cover down and off.
• Remove and throw away existing power cord.
• Remove 7/8" knockout plug (Fig. 6-2).
– Install a suitable entrance bushing.
• Connect permanent wiring to power head.
– White to white/black to black/ground to green
– Use only UL recognized wire nuts.
• Wires inside power head must be at least 6"
in length.
CAUTION
The circuit board is light sensitive. Make sure
the motor cover has been replaced prior to
re-energizing the circuit.
• Replace motor cover, and re-energize
the circuit.
2. Check Safe-T-Beam® alignment (Fig. 6-3).
NOTE: The Overhead Door Corporation is not
responsible for charges resulting from work
performed by an independent electrician.
FIG. 6-2 Knock-out plug.
Safe-T-Beam ® Alignment Check
After turning the electrical power on, if the
STB’s are not in proper alignment, the red
LED (Source) will blink continuously.
To correct the problem — the brackets are
flexible and can be adjusted slightly to bring
the system into alignment.
When the STB’s are in alignment the red LED
will stop blinking and stay on.
FIG. 6-3
NOTE: If a problem exists with the “STB” that is
preventing the door from closing, the door can be
closed by holding the wall control button in until the
door is fully closed. (The remote control will not work.)
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LIMIT SWITCH / FORCE ADJUSTMENT
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WARNING
DOOR OPENS RAPIDLY.
Keep the path clear.
Position the ladder to the side of the power head
so it is clear of all moving parts of the operator
and door.
Always set the door operator to the minimum
force required to operate the door.
NOTE: During operator cycling for force adjustment,
the motor protector may shut off power to the
operator. If this occurs, wait about 20 minutes to
allow the motor protector to reset.
1. Adjusting limit switches.
• Locate force control knobs on power head
(Fig. 7-1).
– Gently turn both control knobs
counter-clockwise until they stop.
• Verify emergency release lever in disengaged
position.
• Verify “OPEN” limit switch at point where chain
attaches to carriage slide (Fig. 7-2).
• Manually close door.
• Move the “CLOSE” limit switch:
– Loosen set screw.
– Slide limit switch along boom to align front edge
of switch with back edge of carriage (Fig. 7-3).
– Gently tighten set screw.
• Press wall control button.
– Carriage slide will move toward power head
and stop at the “OPEN” limit switch.
• Manually open door.
• Move the “OPEN” limit switch:
– Loosen set screw.
– Slide limit switch along boom to align front edge
of switch with back edge of carriage (Fig. 7-4).
– Gently tighten set screw.
– Manually close door.
• Place emergency release lever in engaged
position.
• Press wall control button.
– Carriage slide will move toward door, engage
with carriage and stop at “CLOSE” limit switch.
2. Adjusting “OPEN” force.
• Press wall control button.
– Door should open and stop at “OPEN” limit.
• Door does not fully open.
– Press wall control button.
– Door should close and stop at “CLOSE” limit.
– Turn “OPEN” force control knob slightly in
clockwise direction.
– Press wall control button.
- Continue step 2 until door opens completely.
3. Adjusting “CLOSE” force.
• Door is not fully closing.
– Cycle door, turning “CLOSE” force knob
clockwise slightly each time until door reaches
fully closed.
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FIG. 7-1 Force adjustment screws.
FIG. 7-2 Place “Open” limit switch.
FIG. 7-3 Align “CLOSE” limit switch.
FIG. 7-4 Align “OPEN” limit switch.
CONTACT REVERSE TEST
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The force adjustments and limit switch
settings MUST BE COMPLETED before testing
contact reverse.
1. Testing.
• Open garage door using wall control.
– Place a 2" x 4" board (laid flat) under center
of garage door opening (Fig. 7-5).
– Close door using wall control.
• When door hits board, it must stop and
reverse (within 2 seconds) to open position.
2. Adjustment.
• Door does not properly reverse.
– Check to see if door is at “close” limit.
– It should not have reached limit switch
before hitting board.
• Door is at close limit switch.
– Move limit switch closer to door.
• Test again. Repeat as necessary.
• Door is not reaching “close” limit, but
still does not reverse:
– Decrease “CLOSE FORCE “ setting
slightly (turn it counter-clockwise).
• Test again. Repeat as necessary.
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PROGRAMMING REMOTE CONTROLS
SINGLE BUTTON REMOTE
1. Programming.
• Locate learn code button and indicator LED
on front of power head (under force
adjustment screws) (Fig. 8-1).
• Press and release learn code button.
– Indicator LED will blink at a rate of twice
per second.
• Within 30 seconds, push remote control
button once.
– Indicator LED will stop blinking and stay on.
• Press remote control button again.
– LED will go out. Remote is now programmed.
2. Operating.
• Press remote button once.
– Door will move.
• Press button again.
– Door will stop.
• Press button again.
– Door will move in opposite direction.
The door will stop automatically at the fully open
or fully closed position.
FIG. 7-5
2 x 4 under center of door opening.
FCC and IC CERTIFIED
This device complies with FCC Part 15 and RSS
210 of Industry Canada. This equipment has been
tested and found to comply with the limits for a
Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the
FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide
reasonable protection against harmful interference
in a residential installation. This equipment
generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency
energy, and if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions may cause
harmful interference to radio communications.
However, there is no guarantee that interference
will not occur in a particular installation. If this
equipment does cause harmful interference to
radio or television reception, which may be
determined by turning the equipment off and on,
the user is encouraged to try to correct the
interference by one or more of the following
measures:
Re-orient or relocate the receiver antenna.
Increase the separation between the operator
and receiver.
Connect the operator into an outlet on a circuit
different from that to which the receiver is
connected.
Consult your local dealer.
FIG. 8-1
Learn code button and LED.
MULTI-BUTTON REMOTE
1. Programming.
NOTE: Each button on a multi-button remote is
designed for use with 1 door. You cannot program 2
buttons to operate the same door, nor can you
program 1 button to operate 2 doors.
• For each button.
– Program each button separately.
– Follow single button remote procedure
(previous page) for each button.
2. Operating.
• Same as single button remote.
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FIG. 9-1 Open battery cover.
LOST OR STOLEN REMOTE
1. Clear memory.
• Press and hold learn code button (on power
head) for 10 seconds or until Indicator LED
goes out.
• Program remaining or new remote controls as
done previously. Your door operator will no
longer recognize any signal received from the
missing remote control, or any other which has
not been reprogrammed.
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REMOTE CONTROL
BATTERY REPLACEMENT AND
VISOR CLIP INSTALLATION
1. Battery replacement.
• Use coin, ball-point pen or similar device.
– Gently push straight in on battery cover lock
tab as shown (Fig. 9-1).
• Flip open battery cover.
– Remove old battery.
• Make sure new battery is facing proper direction
(Match battery polarity with symbols inside
battery cover) (fig. 9-2).
– Recommended replacement battery is
Eveready A-23, 12 volt.
• Slip new battery into place.
– Snap battery cover shut.
• Operate remote to make sure it is working
properly. (No re-programming is needed.)
2. Visor clip.
• Slide visor clip into back of remote control.
– It will snap into place (Fig. 9-3).
9
+ polarity marks
FIG. 9-2 Match battery polarity.
FIG. 9-3 Attach visor clip.
LIGHT BULB/LENS INSTALLATION
1. Light bulb.
• Recommendations.
– Do not use a short neck bulb.
– Light bulb should be no more than 100 Watts.
– Use a heavy duty service bulb for longer life.
• Screw bulb into socket.
2. Lens.
• Slide hinges into slots on motor cover (Fig. 10-1).
• Swing lens up.
– Fit tabs into slots provided on power head.
FIG. 10-1
Slide hinges into motor cover.
FIG. 10-2
Fasten Lens.
IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING:
To reduce the risk of severe injury or death:
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1
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
2
Never let children operate or play with the Door Controls. Keep the Remote Control away from children.
3
Always keep the moving door in sight and away from people and objects until the door is completely closed.
NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF THE MOVING DOOR.
4
NEVER GO UNDER A STOPPED, PARTIALLY OPEN DOOR.
5
Test Opener monthly. The door MUST reverse on contact with a 1-1/2" high object (or a 2" x 4" board laid
flat) at the center of the doorway on the floor. After adjusting either the Force or the Limit of travel, retest the
Door Opener. Failure to adjust the Opener properly may cause severe injury or death.
6
When possible use the Emergency Release only when the door is closed. Use caution when using this
Release with the door open. Weak or broken springs are capable of increasing the rate of door closure and
increasing the risk of severe injury or death.
7
KEEP GARAGE DOORS PROPERLY BALANCED. See Owner's Manual. An improperly balanced door
increases the risk of severe injury or death. Have a Genie Factory Authorized Dealer make repairs to
cables, spring assemblies, and other hardware.
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SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS.
10 MAINTENANCE
ROUTINE MONTHLY MAINTENANCE
1. Door springs and hardware.
• Do not operate garage door automatically or
manually if springs are broken.
– CONTACT A PROFESSIONAL FOR SERVICE.
2. Door balance.
• Close the door.
• Pull emergency release knob down to release
door from carriage assembly.
• Raise door manually approximately 3 feet.
– Door should stay in that position or close
very slowly.
– If door moves quickly, HAVE DOOR SERVICED
BY A PROFESSIONAL.
• Close the door.
• Pull emergency release knob toward power
head to place release lever in engaged position.
– Operate door using remote.
– Door will re-attach itself to carriage assembly.
3. Contact reverse.
• Place a 2" x 4" board laid flat on floor.
– In center of garage door opening.
• Close door by using wall button or
remote control.
– If door fails to reverse on contact with board,
see Section 7 “CONTACT REVERSE”
– If operator still fails, CONTACT A
SERVICE PROFESSIONAL.
4. Safe-T-Beam® System.
• Use Self-Diagnostic STB system Troubleshooting
information to maintain safe operation (Below).
TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Use This Guide To Correct Problems With Door Operator.
If These Solutions Do Not Work,
Call Customer Service at 1.800.929.DOOR
SELF-DIAGNOSTIC
STB SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING
SOURCE
RED LED
SENSOR
GREEN LED
INDICATED
CONDITION
REQUIRED
ACTION
ON
NORMAL OPERATION
NONE REQUIRED
OFF
OFF
1. POWER HEAD NOT
POWERED
2. WIRING FROM
POWER HEAD BAD
1. CHECK BREAKERS,
FUSES, PLUGS
2. CHECK WIRING FOR
OBVIOUS SHORTS
OFF
ON
1. WIRING TO
SOURCE MISSING
OR BAD
2. POWER HAS BEEN
INTERRUPTED
1. CHECK WIRING
ON
1. BEAM NOT ALIGNED
2. BEAM OBSTRUCTED
1. CHECK ALIGNMENT
2. CHECK FOR
OBSTRUCTION
3. CALL CUST. SERV.
OFF
1. WIRE TO SENSOR
MISSING OR BAD
2. SENSOR DEFECTIVE
1. CHECK WIRING
ON
1. SENSOR RECEIVING
INTERFERENCE
1. ATTEMPT TO
DETERMINE SOURCE
OF INTERFERENCE
2. CALL CUST. SERV.
ON
1. SOURCE NOT
SENDING PULSES
2. SOURCE DEFECTIVE
1. CALL CUST. SERV.
ON
2 BLINKS, PAUSE
(REPEAT)
3. SENSOR DEFECTIVE
2 BLINKS, PAUSE
(REPEAT)
3 BLINKS, PAUSE
(REPEAT)
4 BLINKS, PAUSE
(REPEAT)
2. REMOVE POWER
AND REAPPLY
2. CALL CUST. SERV.
2. CALL CUST. SERV.
NOTE: IF OPERATING PROBLEM EXISTS, THE DOOR CAN BE CLOSED IF YOU:
• DISCONNECT THE STB SYSTEM FROM THE OPERATOR
• HOLD WALL CONTROL BUTTON DOWN UNTIL DOOR IS CLOSED
(REMOTE CONTROL & WIRELESS KEYPAD WILL NOT WORK WITHOUT STB)
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TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE (CONTINUED)
CAUTION
Use wall control supplied with operator. Any other wall control can cause
the operator to operate unexpectedly and light not to work.
Operator does
not run from
wall control
Door operator
starts for
no reason.
• Check lock switch on wall console.
• Check power source.
– Plug a lamp into outlet used for power
head. If lamp works, power source is OK.
– If not, check fuse or circuit breaker.
• Power is OK.
– Check connections at power head
terminals.
– Check connections at wall control.
• Check wires to ensure they are not cut.
Staples can cut insulation and short wires. If
wire is cut, replace it.
• Was a remote control lost or stolen?
Erase all remote control codes from
receiver memory and reprogram
(See section 7 ).
• Button stuck on wall control.
• Check CLOSE limit switch setting
(See section 6 ).
• Wires shorted.
Door starts down, • Check CONTACT REVERSE
then stops before (See section 6 ).
it’s closed.
Door starts
• Check “STB” system for beam obstruction
down, then stops or misalignment of lenses (See section 3 ).
and goes
• Check “STB” diagnostic code.
back up.
• Check “CLOSE FORCE” adjustment
(See section 6 ).
Door will only
run closed.
Door will only
run open.
• Check OPEN limit switch for short and
proper wiring.
• Check “OPEN FORCE” adjustment
(See section 6 ).
• Check door condition and door spring.
• Check “STB” system (See self-diagnostic
STB Troubleshooting Chart).
• Check CLOSE limit switch for short and
proper wiring.
• Check “CLOSE FORCE” adjustment
(See section 6 ).
Lights will not go • Disconnect and reconnect wires on wall control
out.
(See section 4 ).
• Check wiring.
• Incompatible wall control.
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Door starts up, • Be sure door, operator, and springs are in
but stops before good repair, properly lubricated and balanced
it’s completely
(See maintenance section).
open.
• Check “OPEN” limit switch setting
(See section 6 ).
• Check “OPEN FORCE” adjustment
(See section 6 ).
Operator runs,
but door does
not move.
• Make sure carriage is engaged to
carriage slide.
– place carriage lever in lock position.
• Check force adjustment (See section 6 ).
Door operator will NOT run more than
30 seconds each way if door does
not move.
Remote control
has less than 25
feet operating
range.
•
•
•
•
•
Operator works
from wall
control, but
not from
remote control.
• Program remote control code into
receiver memory. (See section 7 ).
• Replace remote control battery with good
one. (See section 8 ).
Relocate remote control inside car.
Point remote control at garage door.
Replace battery (See section 8 ).
Reposition door operator antenna.
DO NOT attempt to retune remote controls.
Noisy operation. • Be sure all fasteners are tight.
• Be sure door and operator is in good repair,
properly lubricated and balanced (See
monthly maintenance section).
®
Safe-T-Beam
system
malfunction.
If an operational problem exists, and operator
will not run closed. The operator can be forced
to close as shown below (See section 5 ).
• Disconnect the “STB” system from the
operator.
• Hold the wall control button down until door is
completely closed.
Use self-diagnostic “STB” system Troubleshooting
information to maintain safe operation.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to
contact customer service at:
1.800.929.3667
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STB Bracket Extensions - Provides additional bracket length where it may be needed for clearance.
WIRING DIAGRAM
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TRANSMITTER COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
Transmitters comply with all United States and Canadian legal requirements as of the date of manufacture. No warranty is made
that they comply with all legal requirements of any other jurisdiction. If transmitters are to be used in another country, the importer
must determine compliance with any local laws and regulations which may differ from United States and Canadian requirements
prior to use.
Los transmisores cumplen con todas las reglamentaciones legales de los Estados Unidos y del Canadá, en la fecha de fabricación.
Ninguna garantía se da que cumplan con todas las reglamentaciones legales de ninguna otra jurisdicción. Si los transmisores se
van a utilizar en otro país, el importador debe determinar si cumplen con las reglamentaciones y leyes locales que puedan ser
diferentes a las reglamentaciones de los Estados Unidos y del Canadá, antes de usar los mismos.
Les émetteurs sont conformes à la réglementation américaine et canadienne à compter de leur date de fabrication. Aucune garantie
n’est stipulée indiquant qu’ils sont conformes à toutes les prescriptions juridiques d’autres autorités. Si les émetteurs sont utilisés
dans d’autres pays, il incombe à l’importateur d’en déterminer leur conformité aux lois et règles locales pouvant différer de celles
des États-Unis et du Canada avant toute utilisation desdits émetteurs.
Sendegeräte entsprechen allen gesetzlichen Bestimmungen in den USA und Kanada zum Zeitpunkt der Herstellung. Wir
übernehmen keine Gewährleistung für die Einhaltung aller gesetzlichen Bestimmungen in anderen Ländern. Sollen Sendegeräte in
anderen Ländern eingesetzt werden, so muss der Importeur vor dem Gebrauch sicherstellen, dass die Sendegeräte auch solchen
lokalen Bestimmungen entsprechen, welche von den Bestimmungen der USA und Kanadas abweichen.
Limited Warranty
Overhead Door Corporation (“ODC”) warrants to the original
purchaser of the garage door operator as follows:
Model OCG600ML - Motor 5 years and all other parts 3 years.
Model OCG800ML - Motor Lifetime* and all other parts 3 years.
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*Lifetime warranty - warranted for as long as you own your home.
ODC’s obligation under this warranty is specifically limited to
repairing or replacing at its option, any parts which shall be
determined by ODC to be defective during the applicable
warranty period. This warranty applies only to the original
purchaser and is not transferable.
Repair or replacement labor is included for a period of one
year from the date of installation. After one year, all labor
charges will be the responsibility of the owner. This warranty
applies only to the original purchaser and is not transferable.
This warranty does not apply to any operator installed in a
commercial, industrial, or other non-residential application.
This warranty does not apply to any operator which has been
altered or repaired by any person not expressly authorized by
ODC in writing to do so. This warranty does not apply to any
boom or part which has been damaged or deteriorated due to
misuse, accident, or failure to provide necessary maintenance,
fire, flood or acts of God.
THERE IS NO WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABILITY,
WARRANTY OF FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR
PURPOSE OR ANY OTHER IMPLIED WARRANTY
BEYOND ONE YEAR FROM THE DATE OF INSTALLATION.
ODC SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES NOR FOR ANY FURTHER
LOSS WHICH MAY ARISE IN CONNECTION WITH
ANY CLAIM.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may
also have other rights which vary from state to state. Some
states do not allow limitations on how long an implied
warranty lasts and some states do not allow the exclusion or
limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so the
above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you.
ODC has not established any informal dispute settlement
procedure of the type described in the Magnuson-Moss
Warranty Act. Claims under this warranty must be made in
writing to ODC or one of its authorized distributors within the
applicable warranty period. Either the original seller may be
contacted or the nearest Overhead Door Distributor may be
contacted by calling 1-800-929-DOOR (1.800.929.3667).
(Proof of purchase and identification as the original purchaser
may be required.)
Manufactured under one or more of the following U.S. patents:
3,898,582 4,041,259 4,048,630
4,064,487 4,103,238 5,222,403
Other Patents applied for.
CORRESPONDENCE WITH FACTORY
MUST INCLUDE DATE / MFG. NO.
(LOCATED UNDER LENS OF POWER HEAD)
FILL THIS IN AT TIME OF INSTALLATION FOR YOUR OWN RECORDS, SO THAT IT WILL
BE AVAILABLE IF YOU EVER NEED TO CALL US.
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Date Purchased _____/_____/_____ Date/Mfg. No. _____/_____/______
Serial Number__________________________________________________________________________
Operator Model _________________________________________________________________________
Remote Control Model____________________________________________________________________
Dealer Name ____________________________________________________________________________
Dealer Address _________________________________________________________________________
City ___________________________________________________________________________________
State __________________________________________________________________________________
Zip _____________________
Visit Our Website at: www.overheaddoor.com
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
Garage Door Operator Accessories
Accesorios para abridores de puertas de garaje
Accessoires pour ouvre-porte de garage
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1-Button Remote Control with CodeDodger
Controlador remoto de lujo con CodeDodger
Télécommande de luxe avec CodeDodger
Universal Wall Button
Botón de pared universal
Bouton mural universel
2-Button Remote Control with CodeDodger
Controlador remoto de 2 funciones con CodeDodger
Télécommande à 2 fonctions avec CodeDodger
Wireless Keypad Entry System
Sistema de entrada por teclado numérico inalámbrico
Système d’ouvre-porte de garage à clavier sans fil
1
2
DEF
3
GHI
JKL
MNO
PQRS
TUV
WXYZ
4
7
5
8
6
9
0
9V
3-Button Remote Control with CodeDodger
Controlador remoto de 3 funciones con CodeDodger
Télécommande à 3 fonctions avec CodeDodger
Universal Conversion Kit
Juego de conversión universal
Nécessaire de conversion universel
3-Button Mini Remote Control with CodeDodger
Minicontrolador remoto de 3 botón con CodeDodger
Mini télécommande à 3 bouton avec CodeDodger
60 WATT Light Bulb
Bombilla de 60 Vatios
Éclairage de 60 WATT
3-Function Wall Console with CodeDodger
Consola de pared de 3 funciones con CodeDodger
Console murale à trois fonctions avec CodeDodger
Emergency Release Kit
Juego de pica-porte de pestillo
Nécessaires de d’clenchement de secours
OverHead Door Corporation
Access Systems Division
22790 Lake Park Blvd.
Alliance, Ohio 44601
Call: 1.800.929.3667
Web: www.overheaddoor.com
OverHead Door Corporation
Access Systems Division
22790 Lake Park Blvd.
Alliance, Ohio 44601
Call: 1.800.929.3667
Web: www.overheaddoor.com