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ML700
Sectional & Tilt Garage Door Opener
Installation and Operating Instructions
Owners Copy: Please keep these instructions for future reference
This manual contains IMPORTANT SAFETY information.
DO NOT PROCEED WITH THE INSTALLATION BEFORE READING THOROUGHLY.
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START BY READING THESE IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
WARNING
• Failure to comply with the following instructions may result in serious personal injury or property damage.
• Read and follow all instructions carefully.
• The garage door opener is designed and tested to offer safe service provided it is installed and
operated in strict accordance with the instructions in this manual.
These safety alert symbols mean WARNING : A possible risk to personal safety or
property damage exists.
Keep garage door balanced. Do not let the
garage door opener compensate for a binding or
sticking garage door. Sticking, binding or
unbalanced doors must be repaired before
installing this opener.
Do not wear rings, watches or loose clothing
while installing or servicing a garage door opener.
Frequently examine the door installation, in
particular cable, springs and mountings for signs of
wear, damage or imbalance. Do not use if repair or
adjustment is needed since springs and hardware
are under extreme tension and a fault can cause
serious personal injury.
To avoid serious personal injury from
entanglement, remove all ropes, chains and
locks connected to the garage door before
installing the door opener.
Installation and wiring must be in compliance with
your local building and electrical codes.
The safety reverse system test is very
important. Your garage door MUST reverse on
contact with a 40mm obstacle placed on the floor.
Failure to properly adjust the opener may result in
serious personal injury from a closing garage door.
Repeat the test once a month and make any
necessary adjustments.
This opener should not be installed in a damp
or wet space exposed to weather.
This appliance is not intended for use by persons
(including children) with reduced physical, sensory
or mental capabilities, or lack of experience and
knowledge, unless they have been given
supervision or instruction concerning use of the
appliance by a person responsible for their safety.
The Protector SystemTM must be used for all
installations where the closing force as
measured on the bottom of the door is over
400N (40kgf). Excessive force will interfere with
the proper operation of the Safety Reverse
System or damage the garage door.
After installation, ensure that the parts of
the door do not extend over public footpaths
or roads.
Install the wireless wall control (or any
additional wall control) in a location where the
garage door is visible, at a height of at least
1.5m and out of the reach of children. Do not
allow children to operate push button(s) or
transmitter(s). Serious personal injury from a
closing garage door may result from misuse of
the opener.
Permanently fasten the Warning Labels in
Prominent Places, adjacent to Wall Controls
and manual release mechanisms as a reminder
of safe operating procedures.
Activate opener only when the door is in full
view, free of obstructions and the opener is
properly adjusted. No one should enter or
leave the garage while the door is in motion.
Do not allow children to play near the door,
or door controls.
Disconnect electric power to the garage
door opener before making repairs or
removing covers.
KEEP THESE INSTRUCTIONS
NOTE: If your garage has no service entrance door, a 1702AML outside quick release must be installed.
This accessory allows manual operation of the garage door from outside in case of power failure.
CONTENTS
PAGE
SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
DOOR TYPES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
TOOLS REQUIRED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
HARDWARE PROVIDED . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
BEFORE YOU BEGIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3
COMPLETED INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . .3
ASSEMBLY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3-5
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5-8
CONNECT ELECTRIC POWER . . . . . . . . . .8
ADJUSTMENT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9-10
INSTALL PROTECTOR SYSTEM . . . . . . . .10
WIRELESS PROGRAMMING . . . . . . . . .11-12
INSTALL DOOR CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . .13
SPECIAL FEATURES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
ACCESSORIES . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14
REPLACEMENT PARTS . . . . . . . . . . . . .15-16
TROUBLE SHOOTING . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
CARE OF YOUR OPENER . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR OPENER . . . . . 18
OPERATION OF YOUR OPENER . . . . . . . .18
SPECIFICATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
WARRANTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19
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1 DOOR TYPES
A. Sectional Door with curved track
B. One-Piece Door with Horizontal Track
Only
C. One-Piece Door without track
B
A
C
To suit spring balanced sectional
doors and spring balanced tracked
tilt doors up to 15m2, or spring
balanced tilt doors without track up
to 8.5m2.
up to 8.5m2
2 TOOLS REQUIRED
1 2
10mm, 8mm,
4.5mm, 4mm
11mm, 13mm
11/13mm
3 HARDWARE PROVIDED
(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
(8)
(9)
(10)
(11)
Hex bolt
Clevis pin
8mm carriage bolt
Wood screws
Sheet metal screws
Clevis pin
Rope
Handle
Wall mount for 84330AML
Anchor
Concrete anchor
(12)
(13)
(14)
(15)
(16)
(17)
(18)
(19)
(20)
(21)
Lock washer
Hex nut
Ring fastener
Rail grease
Lock nut
Metric tapping screw
Hex screw
Chain tensioner
Flat washer
Stop bolt
6 (2x)
1(4x)
4 (4x)
NOTIC
15 (1x)
5(2x)
E
2(2x)
8 (1x)
3(3x)
7 (1x)
13 (7x)
11(4x)
10 (2x)
19 (1x)
20 (1x)
12 (7x)
21 (1x)
2
14 (4x)
16 (1x)
17(2x)
9 (1x)
18 (3x)
BEFORE YOU BEGIN:
1. Look at the wall or ceiling above the garage door. The header bracket must be securely fastened to structural
supports.
2. Do you have a finished ceiling in your garage? If so, a support bracket and additional fastening hardware (not
supplied) may be required.
3. Do you have an access door in addition to the garage door? If not, Model 1702AML outside quick release
accessory is required. This accessory allows manual operation of the garage door from outside in case of
power failure.
4. Complete the following test to make sure your garage door is balanced and is not sticking or binding:
• Lift the door about halfway. Release the door. If balanced, it should stay in place, supported
entirely by its springs.
• Raise and lower the door to see if there is any binding or sticking (20 kgf is the absolute maximum allowable
to raise or lower the door in any position). If your door binds, sticks, or is out of balance, call a trained door
systems technician before proceeding with installation.
4 COMPLETED INSTALLATION - ALL PARTS LISTED ARE SUPPLIED IN THE CARTON
As you proceed with the assembly, installation and adjustment procedures in this manual, you may find it helpful
to refer back to this illustration of a completed installation for tilt doors (for sectional doors refer section 20).
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3
4
6
(1) Header sleeve
(2) Idler pulley bracket
(3) Trolley
(4) Rail
(5) Chain
(6) Hanging bracket
(7) Power cord
(8) Opener
(9) Light lens
(10) Manual release
rope & handle
(11) Curved door arm
(12) Straight door arm
(13) Door bracket
and plate
(14) Header bracket
(15) Trolley release arm
(16) Manual (this document)
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5
11
9
13
15
12
8
Manual
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16
ASSEMBLY SECTION
5 ASSEMBLE THE RAIL (SECTIONAL RAIL)
2
4
Grease inside edges of rail sections using grease (1).
Place rail pieces (2) on flat surface for assembly. All four
rail sections are interchangeable. Slide rail brace (3) onto
rail section. Connect rail by sliding rail brace onto next rail
section. Tap rail assembly (4) on piece of wood (5) until rail
sections are flush. Repeat with remaining rail sections.
3
2
1
5
6 INSTALL THE CHAIN
Remove chain from the carton and lay it out on the floor
(be careful not to allow the chain to twist).
1
5
2
Push the pins of the master link bar (3) through chain link
(4) and hole in trolley (5). Push cap (2) over the pins and
slide clip-on spring (1) over cap and onto pin notches until
both pins are securely locked into place.
4
3
3
7 INSERT TROLLEY & IDLER PULLEY BRACKET INTO RAIL
7
Slide idler pulley bracket (1) and inner trolley (2)
into the end of rail assembly (3), be sure to insert
idler pulley bracket as shown. Arrow on trolley (7)
must face toward front (header) end of rail (4).
Push idler pulley bracket toward front (header)
end of rail (4). Insert carriage bolt (5) into bolt cutout in the idler pulley bracket (6).
4
3
6
1
4
5
2
5
8 ATTACH TROLLEY TO RAIL
2
Slide outer trolley (1) into the back
end of the rail assembly (2), be sure
end with trolley release arm (3) is
pointing in direction of the opener
end. Slide outer trolley down rail
until it engages with inner trolley.
1
3
Opener end
Turn rail assembly over ready for
next operation.
1
9 FASTEN RAIL TO OPENER AND INSTALL CHAIN
3
5
6
Remove the four washered bolts (1) from top of the
opener. Place rail (2) on opener, flush with stop (3)
on top of opener. Wrap chain (4) over sprocket (5).
Push idler pulley bracket assembly toward front of
the rail to eliminate excess slack in chain. Align bolt
holes on brackets (6) with bolt holes on opener.
Secure brackets to opener with previously removed
bolts. Tighten bolts securely.
4
2
The opener sprocket teeth must engage the
chain.
5
3
CAUTION: Use only those bolts mounted in the
top of opener. Use of any other bolts will cause
serious damage to opener.
10 ATTACH SPROCKET COVER
3
Place sprocket cover (1) on top of the opener (2), secure
with screws (3). Insert bolt (4) into trolley stop hole (5),
secure with washer (6) and nut (7).
1
4
2
7
5
4
3
6
6
7
4
11 ASSEMBLE HEADER SLEEVE & CHAIN TENSIONER
2
3
Thread spring nut on carriage bolt until finger tight.
Insert a screwdriver tip (1) into one of the slots of
the nut ring (2) and brace it firmly against the
header sleeve. Place an open end wrench (3) on
the square end of the spring nut (4), slightly rotate
nut about 1/4 turn clockwise until nut ring (2) is
released against header sleeve (5). This sets
spring to optimum chain tension. Chain may slip
off sprocket if chain is too loose. If chain does slip
re-tighten spring nut by turning nut clockwise a half
turn. Do NOT over-tighten chain.
4
1
5
INSTALLATION SECTION
Wear protective goggles when working overhead to protect your eyes from injury.
Disengage all existing garage door locks to avoid damage to the garage door.
To avoid serious personal injury from entanglement, remove all ropes connected to the garage door
before installing the opener.
NOTE: Where possible it is recommended that the opener be installed 2.1m (7 feet) or more above the floor.
12 POSITION THE HEADER BRACKET
The header bracket must be securely fastened to a
structural support of the garage. Reinforce the wall or
ceiling with a 40mm (1-1/2") board if necessary. Failure
to comply may result in improper operation of safety
reverse system.
You can attach the header bracket either to the header wall
(1) or to the ceiling (3). Follow the instructions that best suit
your particular requirements. With the door closed, mark
the vertical centreline (2) of the garage door. Extend line
onto header wall above the door.
Open door to highest point of travel. Draw an intersecting
horizontal line (4) on header wall 50mm or 200mm above
high point to provide travel clearance for top edge of the
door. Height depends on door type (refer section 15).
1
4
2
3
13 INSTALL THE HEADER BRACKET
2
NOTE: Refer to vertical centre and horizontal lines
created in section 12 for proper placement of
header bracket.
5
A. Wall mount: Centre the header bracket (1) on the
vertical centre line (2) with the bottom edge of the
5 200mm
header bracket on the horizontal line (4) (with the
(50 to 200mm depending on door type)
arrow pointing toward the ceiling). Mark all of the
50mm
header bracket holes (5). Then drill 4.5mm (3/16")
pilot holes and fasten the header bracket with wood
screws (3).
A
B. Ceiling mount: Extend vertical centre line (2) onto
1 2
the ceiling. Centre the header bracket (1) on the
vertical mark no more than 150mm (6") from the wall.
150mm
(6")
Make sure the arrow is pointing towards the opener.
Mark all of the header bracket holes (5). Then drill
3
4.5mm (3/16") pilot holes and fasten the header
bracket with wood screws (3). For concrete ceiling
B
mount, use concrete anchors provided.
5
1
3
4
2
4
1
3
14 ATTACH RAIL TO HEADER BRACKET
Position the opener on the garage floor below the header
bracket. Place packing material under the opener to protect
the cover. Raise rail until holes in the header sleeve and
holes in the header bracket align. Join with clevis pin (1).
Insert ring fasteners (2) to secure.
2
2
1
1
NOTE: To enable the rail to clear the sectional door
springs, it may be necessary to lift opener onto a
temporary support. The opener must either be secured
to a support or held firmly in place by another person.
15 POSITION THE OPENER
1
2
Rail
Header 50mm (2”)
Bracket above the highest
point of travel
SECTIONAL DOOR OR TRACKED TILT
DOOR
You will need a 50mm piece of timber or similar
spacer to gauge the distance between door and rail.
1. Raise the opener up onto support.
2. Open the door completely, place a 50mm spacer
between the door and the rail (as shown).
3. If the top section or panel hits the trolley when you
raise the door, pull down on the trolley arm to
disengage the motor. Leave the trolley in this
position until motor is fastened in place.
Door
A
50mm spacer should
be used to determine
the correct mounting
position
Door
50mm (2”)
above the highest
point of travel
Door
B
Rail
Header
Bracket
50mm spacer should
be used to determine
the correct mounting
position
ONE PIECE TILT DOOR (NON TRACKED)
You will need a 100mm (4”) piece of timber or similar
spacer to gauge the distance between door and rail.
Door
C
1. Raise the opener onto support.
2. Open the door completely, place a 100mm
spacer between the door and the rail (as shown).
3. The top of the door should be level with the top
of the motor. Do not position the opener more
than 50mm (2”) above this point.
Header
Bracket
200mm (8”)
above the highest
point of travel
100mm spacer should
be used to determine
the correct mounting
position
6
Door
Door
Rail
16 HANG THE OPENER
The opener must be securely fastened to a
structural support of the garage.
Three representative installations are shown.
Yours may be different. Hanging brackets (1)
should be angled (Figure A) to provide rigid
support. On finished ceilings, (Figure B) attach a
sturdy metal bracket (not supplied) (4) to a
structural support before installing the opener. For
concrete ceiling mount, (Figure C), use concrete
anchors (5) provided.
A
B
4
1
1
3
3
2
1
3
6
On each side of opener measure the distance
from the opener to the structural support (or
ceiling).
6
Cut both pieces of the hanging bracket to required
lengths. Flatten one end of each bracket and bend
or twist to fit the fastening angles. Do not bend at
the bracket holes. Drill 4.5mm (3/16") pilot holes
in the structural supports (or ceiling).
2
C
5
Attach brackets to supports with wood screws (2).
Lift opener and fasten to hanging brackets with
screw, lock washer and nut (3). Check to make
sure rail is centred over the door. REMOVE 50mm
or 100mm board. Operate door manually. If door
hits the rail, raise header bracket. Use rail grease
and lubricate bottom inside surface of rail (6).
2
2
2
3
5
1
2
3
6
17 ATTACH EMERGENCY RELEASE ROPE & HANDLE
Thread one end of rope (1) through hole in top of red handle so
"NOTICE" reads right side up as shown (3). Secure with an
overhand knot (2). Knot should be at least 25mm (1") from end
of the rope to prevent slipping.
Thread other end of rope through hole in release arm of the
outer trolley (4). Adjust rope length so that handle is less than
1.8m (6 feet) above the floor. Secure with an overhand knot.
NOTE: If it is necessary to cut rope, heat seal cut end to
prevent fraying.
Door should be released in the closed position if possible.
To release the trolley PULL down on the red handle.
To re-engage PULL the red handle back towards the opener
(trolley will re-engage automatically when operated).
DO NOT USE THE HANDLE TO OPEN OR CLOSE THE DOOR.
DO NOT DISENGAGE THE OPENER IF ANY PERSONS OR OTHER OBJECTS INCLUDING MOTOR VEHICLES
ARE WITHIN THE DOORWAY: (The door is under significant tension and if the door has developed a fault or
incorrect tension, it may be unsafe and may fall rapidly).
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18 INSTALL LIGHT
1
24V/21W Max.
Turn power off, then gently pull lens (2) downward until the
lens hinge is in the fully open position. Do not remove the
lens. Install a 24V/21W maximum light bulb (1) in the socket
as shown. Turn power on, the light will turn on and remain lit
for 2-1/2 minutes. After 2-1/2 minutes it will turn off. To close,
gently push diffuser up until engaged.
2
19 FASTEN DOOR BRACKET
A
Sectional and one-piece door installation procedure:
3
Door bracket (1) has left and right side fastening holes. If
your installation requires top and bottom fastening holes
use both the door bracket and door bracket plate (2) as
shown.
1. Centre door bracket (with or without door bracket plate,
as required) at the top inside face of door as shown. Mark
holes.
A. One-piece doors
Locate bracket at inside face of the door 0-100mm down.
B. Sectional doors
150 - 250mm below the top of the door.
2. Fasten bracket to the door using the appropriate screws.
A. Wooden doors
Drill 8mm holes (5/16") and fasten the door bracket with
nut, lock washer, and carriage bolt (3).
B. Sheet metal doors
Fasten with metal screws (4).
C. One-piece door optional
Fasten with wood or metal screws (4).
20 ASSEMBLE DOOR ARM
1
2
B
1
2
1
2
1
4
2
A. 0-100mm
B. 150-250mm
C
4
1
A
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A. ONE-PIECE DOOR INSTALLATION:
4 5
1
Fasten the straight (1) and curved (2) door arm sections
together to the longest possible length (with a 2 or 3 hole
overlap) using carriage bolts (3), lock washers (4) and hex
nuts (5). With the door closed connect the straight door arm
section (1) to the door bracket with clevis pin (6). Secure with
ring fastener (7). Disconnect the inner and outer trolley. Slide
the outer trolley back toward the opener and join the curved
arm (2) to the connector hole in the trolley (8) with clevis pin
(6). It may be necessary to lift the door slightly to make the
connection. Secure with ring fastener (7).
3
6
2
3
8
9
B
NOTE: When setting the up limit, the door should not
have a “backward” slant in fully open position. A slight
backward slant (9) will cause unnecessary bucking
and/or jerking whilst operating the door.
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5
4
1
6
B. SECTIONAL DOOR INSTALLATION:
3
Connect according to Figure B, then proceed to
Section 21.
2
6
Connect Electric Power
TO AVOID INSTALLATION DIFFICULTIES, DO NOT RUN THE GARAGE DOOR OPENER UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO
DO SO. Connect to properly fused and earthed power outlet.
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ADJUSTMENT SECTION
21 SETTING THE LIMITS
1
Travel limits regulate the points at which the door will stop
when moving up or down. Follow the steps below to set
the limits.
2
3
NOTE: The door must be in the mid or closed position
to begin setting the limits.
1
Setting the limits:
1. Press and hold the black button (1) until the yellow
indicator (3) light starts flashing slowly then release.
2. Adjust the position of the door to the desired UP
position by using the black button. Black (1) moves the
door UP (open) and orange (2) moves the door DOWN
(close). Check to be sure the door opens high enough
for your vehicle to pass under.
3. Push the transmitter or door control. This sets the UP
(open) limit and begins closing the door.
Immediately press either the orange or the black
button. The door will stop.
4. Adjust the desired DOWN (close) limit position using
the black and orange buttons. Check to be sure the
door is fully closed without applying excessive pressure
on the rail (rail should not bow upwards and the chain
should not sag or droop below the rail). Push the
transmitter or door control. This sets the DOWN (close)
limit and begins opening the door.
5. Open and close the door with the transmitter or door
control 2 or 3 times (leave door in open position ready
for force setting).
2
3
4
NOTE: The force must now be set in order to
complete your installation (refer section 22).
5
22 SETTING THE FORCE
The force setting button is located behind the light lens of the
opener. The force setting regulates the amount of power
required to open and close the door.
1. Open the light lens. Locate the orange button (2).
2. Push the orange button (2) twice to enter unit into force
adjustment mode. The LED (3) (indicator light) will flash quickly.
3. Push the programmed transmitter (4) or push bar on the door
control (if installed). The door will travel to the DOWN (close)
position. Push the transmitter (4) again, the door will travel to the
UP (open) position.
The LED (3) (indicator light) will stop flashing when the force has
been learned.
The door must travel through a complete cycle, DOWN and UP, in
order for the force to be set properly. If the unit cannot open and
close your door fully, inspect your door to ensure that it is balanced
properly and is not sticking or binding.
The force MUST be learned in order to properly complete the
setting of the limits.
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4
2
2
(2x)
3
23 TEST THE SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM
The safety reverse system test is important. The garage door must reverse on contact with a 40mm
obstacle laid flat on the floor. Failure to properly adjust opener may result in serious personal injury
from a closing garage door.
Procedure: Place a 40mm obstacle (1) laid flat on the floor under the garage door. Operate the door in the down
direction. The door must reverse upon contact with the obstacle. If the door stops on the obstacle, remove
obstacle and repeat setting the limits and force sections 21 & 22 and repeat safety reverse test.
When the door reverses on the 40mm obstacle, remove the obstacle and run the opener through a complete
travel cycle. Door must not reverse in closed position. If it does, repeat setting the limits and force sections 21 &
22 and repeat safety reverse test.
Repeat test once a month and adjust as needed.
40mm
1
40mm
1
STANDARD INSTALLATION COMPLETE
24 INSTALL THE PROTECTOR SYSTEM™
(See accessories)
Install this accessory for all installations on tilt
doors, doors over 2.5m and when the closing force
as measured on the bottom of the door is over
400N (40kg).
After opener has been installed and adjusted, the
Protector System™ accessory can be installed.
Instructions are included with this accessory.
The Protector System™ provides an additional
measure of safety against a small child or obstacle
being caught under a garage door. It uses an
invisible beam which, when broken by an obstruction,
causes a closing door to open and prevents an open
door from closing and is strongly recommended for
homeowners with young children.
SAFETY FIRST!
Whilst Chamberlain have engineered safety features into your
garage door opener, we urge you to consider fitting IR Beams
to your new garage door opener. In many countries these
devices are compulsory to prevent serious injury or property
damage. For your own peace of mind and the safety of others
please install this inexpensive safety device.
Note: The opener will automatically detect the Protector SystemTM when it is installed and operating for 5
minutes (during this time the beams must remain unobstructed). The opener will not close unless the
beams are aligned.
Connecting the Protector SystemTM
4. grey
3. white
Locate the terminals on the front of the opener. Strip all
wires back about 10mm then twist the two white wires
and the two white/black wires together. Trim the twisted
wires to approximately 6mm. Use a small screwdriver or
pen to hold down the spring terminals, insert the
white/black wires into the grey terminal (4), then
terminate the white (only) wires into the white terminal
(3).
white/black
wires twisted
together
white wires
twisted together
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25 WIRELESS PROGRAMMING
1
2
3
1
2
LOCK
LIGHT
3
LOCK
LIGHT
4
Activate the opener only when door is in full view, free of obstruction and properly adjusted. No one
should enter or leave garage while door is in motion. Do not allow children to operate push button(s)
or transmitter(s). Do not allow children to play near the door.
The transmitters supplied with your opener are pre-programmed to your receiver in the factory.
If you purchase additional transmitters, you will need to program them into your opener using the steps
below.
Adding transmitters:
Using the orange “LEARN” button:
1. Press and hold the button on the hand held transmitter you wish to program to the opener. The learn LED will
flash continuously.
2. Press and release the orange “learn” button.
3. Release the button on the hand held transmitter when the opener light flashes. It has learned the code. If the
light bulb is not installed, two clicks will be heard.
Using the multi-function door control:
1. Press and hold the button on the hand-held transmitter that you wish to operate your garage door.
2. While holding the transmitter button, press and hold the LIGHT button on the multi-function door control.
3. Continue holding both buttons while you press the push bar on the multi-function door control (all three
buttons are held).
4. Release buttons when the opener light flashes. It has learned the code. If the light bulb is not installed,
two clicks will be heard.
Deleting ALL transmitter codes
NOTE: This deletes all transmitters and codes
Press and hold the orange “learn” button on opener until the learn indicator light goes out (approximately 6
seconds). All previous codes are now erased. Reprogram each transmitter or keyless entry you wish to use.
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26 KEYLESS DEVICE PROGRAMMING (OPTIONAL ACCESSORIES)
Activate the opener only when door is in full view, free of obstruction and properly adjusted. No one
should enter or leave garage while door is in motion. Do not allow children to operate push button(s)
or transmitter(s). Do not allow children to play near the door.
NOTE: Your new keyless entry must be
programmed before it will operate your
garage door opener.
1
Program the keyless entry system
2
Using the orange “LEARN” button:
1. Press and release the orange “learn” button (1)
on opener. The learn indicator light will glow
steadily for 30 seconds.
2. Within 30 seconds, enter a four digit personal
identification number (PIN) of your choice on
the keypad (2), then press and hold the
ENTER button.
3. Release the button when the opener light
flashes (3). It has learned the code. If the light
bulb is not installed, two clicks will be heard.
.
NOTE: This method requires two people if the
keyless entry is already mounted outside the
garage.
3
1
Using the multi-function door control to
program:
2
LOCK
LIGHT
1. Enter a four digit personal identification
number (PIN) of your choice on the keypad,
then press and hold ENTER.
2. While holding the ENTER button, press and
hold the LIGHT button on the multi-function
door control.
3. Continue holding the ENTER and LIGHT
buttons while you press the push bar on the
multi-function door control (all three buttons
are held).
4. Release buttons when the opener light flashes.
It has learned the code. If the light bulb is not
installed, two clicks will be heard.
3
LOCK
LIGHT
4
LOCK
LIGHT
Programming C379 wireless fingerprint
A
ENROLL
Wireless fingerprint access system C379
(optional accessory)
SEND
ENROLL
PASS
FAIL
READY
RETRY
Slide the cover plate
up (A)
B
Full instructions are available with this accessory.
Once you have enrolled your user(s) into the C379
you can program the unit into your opener.
Swipe finger at a
steady speed (B)
Using the orange “LEARN” button:
C
ENROLL
1. Press and release the orange “learn” button on
opener. The learn indicator light will glow steadily for
30 seconds.
2. Within 30 seconds slide the cover of the C379 up
as illustrated (A). Swipe your finger on the reader
head at a steady speed (B) until the yellow LED
turns on (C).
3. When the opener light flashes it has learned the
code. If the light bulb is not installed, two clicks will
be heard, ensure there are no obstructions in the
path of the door, then press the send button (D) to
test the door.
SEND
ENROLL
PASS
FAIL
READY
RETRY
Yellow LED will indicate
successful swipe (C)
Courtesy light will
flash once.
D
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Test reader by pressing
the send button (D)
27 INSTALL DOOR CONTROL (OPTIONAL)
Multi-function wall control
1
RED
6mm
2
4
WHT
4
WHT
-2
3
1
RED
-1
Backlit push button
3
2
3
LOCK
6
LIGHT
2
3
4
Installation
There are 2 terminals (1) on the back of the door control. Strip about 6mm (1/4") of insulation from bell wire (4).
Separate wires enough to connect the white/red wire to RED terminal screw (1) and the white wire to WHT terminal
screw (2).
Fasten the door control to an inside garage wall with sheet metal screws (3) provided. Drill 4mm (5/32") holes and
use anchors (6) if installing onto plasterboard wall. A convenient place is beside the service door and out of reach
of children.
Run the bell wire up the wall and across the ceiling and connect to the garage door opener quick connect terminals
which are located behind the light lens of the opener. Connect the bell wire to the terminals as follows: white/red to
red (1) and white to white (2).Use a screwdriver or pen to press open the spring terminals, then insert the cable into
the terminal.
Locate door control where the garage door is visible, away from door and door hardware and out of
the reach of children. Mount at least 1.5 m (5 feet) above the floor.
Serious personal injury from a moving garage door may result from misuse of opener. Do not allow
children to operate the door control or transmitter.
Permanently fasten the caution label to the wall near the door control as a reminder of safe operating
procedures.
Operation of the door control using the multi-function door control
Press the push bar (1) to open or close the door. Press again to stop the door.
1
LOCK
LIGHT
3
2
Light feature
Press the light button (2) to turn the opener light on or off, (it will not control the
opener light when the door is in motion). If you turn it on and then activate the opener,
the light will remain on for 2-1/2 minutes. Press again to turn it off sooner.
Lock feature
Designed to prevent operation of the door from hand-held transmitters. However, the
door will open and close from the door control, the outside keyswitch and the keyless
entry accessories.
To activate, press and hold the lock button (3) for 2 seconds. The push bar light will
flash as long as the lock feature is on.
To turn off, press and hold the lock button again for 2 seconds. The push bar light will
stop flashing. The lock feature will also turn off whenever the “LEARN” button on the
opener panel is activated.
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28 SPECIAL FEATURES
A. Door within a door connection
Open light lens. Locate auxiliary quick connect terminals (remove factory installed link). Insert bell wire into
quick connect terminals 8 and 7.
B. Flashing light connection
The flashing light can be installed anywhere. Connect light leads to quick connect terminals 6 and 5. Terminal
5 is ground.
A
8
B
7
6
5
29 ACCESSORIES
ENROLL
SEND
4
3
2
1
ENROLL
PASS
FAIL
READY
RETRY
LOCK
LIGHT
5
6
7
8
9
1. Model C379 Fingerprint keyless entrypad
6. Model 845AML Multi-function control panel
2. Model 84335AML 3 channel mini transmitter
7. Model 75AML Illuminated button
3. Model 84330AML 1 channel transmitter
8. Model 760AML Outdoor keyswitch
4. Model 8747AML keyless entry system
9. Model 1702AML or CM1702 Outside quick release
5. Model 770AML or C77 The Protector SystemTM
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30 REPLACEMENT PARTS
041A5801
chain kit
12
Pb
replacement batteries
229A2032 (x1) or
229A2016 (x2)
Cd
C
VD
Hg
031D0536
sprocket cover
041A5887
C-rail assembly
012C0810
header sleeve
041A2828
disengagement
rope and handle
083A0011-1
grease
NOT
ICE
012C0777
idler assembly
183D1077
012C0778
brackets
041A6398
inner trolley
repair kit
183D0178
178B0034B
straight door
arm
012C0855
header bracket
041A5643-19
hardware bag
012B0905
door bracket
012C0778
hanging bracket
144C0077
idler pulley
178B0086B
curved door arm
012B0906
door bracket
041A5800
outer trolley
15
chain links
004A1008 1/2”
109A0046 1”
041B4103-1
chain tensioner
31 REPLACEMENT PARTS
158A0049 E circlip
041A5797 sprocket
041A5908 chassis
041A5735C
logic board
lamp
041A0079
041D0577
motor assembly
204C0240-2
transformer and lead
002C1577
cover & lens assembly
108C0082
lens cover
If the supply cord is damaged, it must be replaced by the manufacturer, its service
agent or similarly qualified persons in order to avoid hazard.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
1. Opener doesn't operate from either door control or transmitter:
12. Opener motor hums briefly, then won't work:
• Does the opener have electric power? Plug lamp into outlet. If it
doesn't light, check the fuse box or the circuit breaker. (Some outlets
are controlled by a wall switch.)
• Have you disengaged all door locks? Review installation instruction
warnings on page 1.
• Is there a build-up of ice or snow under door? The door may be
frozen to ground. Remove any obstruction.
• The garage door spring may be broken. Have it replaced.
2. Opener operates from transmitter but not from door control:
• Garage door springs are broken. SEE ABOVE.
• If problem occurs on first operation of opener, door is locked. Disable
door lock.
• Repeat safety reverse test after adjustment is complete.
13. Opener won't activate due to power failure:
• Is door control button lit? If not, remove the bell wire from the opener
terminals. Short the red and white terminals by touching both
terminals at the same time with a piece of wire. If the opener runs,
check for a faulty wire connection at the door control, a short under
the staples, or a broken wire.
• Are wiring connections correct? Review section 27.
3. Door operates from door control but not from transmitter:
• Pull manual release rope and handle down and back to disconnect
trolley. Door can be opened and closed manually. When the power is
restored, pull the manual release handle straight down. The next time
the opener is activated, the trolley will reconnect.
• The outside quick release accessory (if fitted) disconnects the trolley
from outside the garage in case of power failure.
14. Setting the limits manually:
1. Press and hold the black button until the yellow indicator light starts
flashing slowly then release.
2. Push and hold the black button until the door reaches the desired UP
(open) position. Adjust the position of the door by using the black and
orange buttons. Black moves the door UP (open) and orange moves
the door DOWN (close).
• Replace battery if necessary.
• If you have two or more transmitters and only one operates, review
wireless programming, keyless device programming sections 25 and
26.
• Is the door control button flashing? The opener is in lock mode. If you
have a multi-function door control, push and hold the lock button for
2 seconds. The door control button will stop flashing.
4. Transmitter has short range:
• Is battery installed? Check or change battery.
• Change the location of the transmitter in the car.
• A metal garage door, foil-backed insulation or metal siding will reduce
the transmission range.
5. Door reverses for no apparent reason and opener light doesn't
flash:
• Is something obstructing the door? Pull manual release handle.
Operate door manually. If it is unbalanced or binding, call for
professional garage door service.
Check to be sure the door opens high enough for your vehicle.
3. Push the transmitter or door control. This sets the UP (open) limit and
begins closing the door. Immediately press either the orange or
the black button. The door will stop.
Adjust the desired DOWN (closed) limit by using the orange (DOWN)
and black (UP) buttons. Check to be sure the door is fully closed
without applying excessive pressure on the rail (rail should not bow
upwards and the belt should not sag or droop below the rail). Push
the transmitter or door control. This sets the DOWN (close) limit and
begins opening the door.
NOTE: If neither the BLACK or the ORANGE button is pressed, the
door will reverse off the floor and the DOWN travel limit will be set
automatically.
• Clear any ice or snow from garage floor area where garage
door closes.
• Repeat setting limits and force, see adjustment sections 21 and 22.
Repeat safety reverse test after adjustment is complete.
6. Door reverses for no apparent reason and opener light flashes
for 5 seconds after reversing:
4. Open and close the door with the transmitter or door control 2
or 3 times.
• If the door does not stop in the desired UP (open) position or reverses
before the door stops at the DOWN (close) position, repeat setting
the limits manually one more time.
• If the door stops in both the desired UP (open) and DOWN (close)
positions, proceed to test the safety reversal system.
• Check the Protector System™ (if you have installed this accessory).
If the light is flashing, correct alignment.
7. The garage door opens and closes by itself:
• Make sure transmitter push button is not stuck "on".
8. Door stops but doesn't close completely:
• Repeat setting the limits, see adjustment section 21.
• Repeat safety reverse test after any adjustment of door arm length,
close force or down limit.
9. Door opens but won't close:
• Check the Protector System™ (if you have installed this accessory).
If the light is flashing, correct alignment.
• If opener light does not flash and it is a new installation, repeat setting
the limit and force sections 21 and 22.
• Repeat the safety reverse test after the adjustment is complete.
10. Opener light does not turn on:
• Replace light bulb (24V/21W maximum).
11. Opener strains:
• Door may be unbalanced or springs are broken. Close door and use
manual release rope and handle to disconnect trolley. Open and close
door manually. A properly balanced door will stay in any point of travel
while being supported entirely by its springs. If it does not, call for
professional garage door service to correct the problem.
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OPERATION OF YOUR OPENER
CARE OF YOUR OPENER
Your opener can be activated by any of the following devices:
When properly installed, your opener will operate with minimal
maintenance. The opener does not require additional lubrication.
• The backlit door control button (if installed). Hold the button
down until door starts to move.
• The outside keyswitch or keyless entry system (if you have
installed either of these accessories).
• The transmitter. Hold the push button down until the door starts to
move.
Opening the door manually:
Door should be fully closed if possible. Weak or broken
springs could allow an open door to fall rapidly. Property
damage or serious personal injury could result.
The door can be opened manually by pulling the release handle
down. To reconnect the door, pull the release handle down and
toward the opener.
Do not use the manual release handle to pull the door open
or closed.
When the opener is activated by transmitter or backlit door
control button:
1. If open, the door will close. If closed, the door will open.
2. If closing, the door will stop.
3. If opening, the door will stop (allowing space for entry and exit of
pets and for fresh air).
4. If the door has been stopped in a partially open or closed position,
it will reverse direction.
5. If an obstruction is encountered while closing, the door will
reverse.
6. If an obstruction is encountered while opening, the door will
reverse, then stop.
7. The optional Protector System™ uses an invisible beam which,
when broken by an obstruction, causes a closing door to open
and prevents an open door from closing. It is STRONGLY
RECOMMENDED for homeowners with young children.
Allow a 15 minute cooling period after 5 continuous operations
of the opener.
The opener light will turn on:
1. when opener is initially plugged in;
2. when the power is briefly interrupted;
3. when the opener is activated.
The light turns off automatically after 2-1/2 minutes. Bulb size is
24V/21W maximum.
MAINTENANCE OF YOUR OPENER
Once a Year:
• Apply grease to rail and trolley
• Oil door rollers, bearings and hinges
• DO NOT lubricate the opener itself
• DO NOT APPLY grease to the door tracks
Limit and force settings: These settings must be checked and
properly set when opener is installed. Weather conditions may cause
some minor changes in the door operation, requiring some
re-adjustments, particularly during the first year of operation.
Refer to setting the limits and force on page 9. Follow the instructions
carefully and repeat the safety reverse test after any adjustment.
Transmitter: The transmitter may be secured to a car sun visor with
the clip provided. Additional transmitters can be purchased at any
time for use in all vehicles using garage. Refer to accessories. Any
new transmitters must be programmed into the opener.
Transmitter battery: If transmission range decreases, replace
battery.
To change battery: To replace batteries, use the visor clip or
screwdriver blade to pry open the case. Insert batteries positive side
up. To replace cover, snap shut along both sides. Do not dispose of
the old battery with household waste. Take batteries to a proper
disposal centre.
SPECIFICATIONS
Input Voltage
230-240 VAC, 50Hz
Max. Pull Force ..............600N
Power .............................115W
Standby Power ...............5.5W
Normal Torque ................7Nm
Motor
Type ................................DC gearmotor permanent lubrication
Drive Mechanism
Drive ...............................Chain with two-piece trolley on
steel rail
Length of Travel..............1.1m to 2.3m
Travel Rate .....................127-178mm per second
Lamp...............................On when door starts, off 2-1/2 minutes
after stop
Door Linkage ..................Adjustable door arm. Pull cord trolley release
Safety
Personal .........................Push button and automatic stop in down
direction. Push button and automatic stop in
up direction
Electronic ........................Automatic force adjustment
Electrical .........................Transformer overload protector and low
voltage push button wiring
Limit Device ....................Optical RPM/Passpoint detector
Limit Adjustment .............Electronic, semi and fully automatic
Start Circuit.....................Low voltage push button circuit
Dimensions
Length (Overall)..............3.2m
Headroom Required .......30mm
Hanging Weight ..............16kg
Receiver
Memory Registers ..........12
Operating Frequency......433.92MHz
SPECIAL NOTE: Chamberlain strongly recommends that the Protector SystemTM be installed on all garage door openers.
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CHAMBERLAIN LIMITED WARRANTY
Chamberlain ML700
Sectional Garage Door Opener
Chamberlain Australia Pty Limited / Chamberlain New Zealand Limited
(Chamberlain), the manufacturer of Chamberlain® automatic garage
door openers is committed to manufacturing and supplying high quality
goods. As part of this commitment, we seek to provide reliable service
and support for our goods and are pleased to provide you, the original
purchaser, with this Chamberlain Limited Warranty.
We also provide the following statement as required by the Australian
Consumer Law: In Australia, in addition to your rights under this
Chamberlain Limited Warranty, our goods come with guarantees that
cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are
entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for
compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage.
You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the
goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to
a major failure.
Chamberlain’s warranty
Chamberlain warrants to the original purchaser of the:
Chamberlain® ML700 Sectional Door Opener (Unit) that it is free from
defects in materials and workmanship for a period of 12 months or
3,650 cycles whichever comes first, from the date of purchase when
installed in a residential premise with a residential specified garage
door that is designed for the sole purpose of domestic domicile.
A maximum of 10 cycles (opening & closing of the garage door) is
determined to be at the maximum end of residential use on a daily
basis. Remote controlled transmitters and accessories included with
these units have a 12 month warranty from date of installation. These
transmitters and accessories are not covered for damage caused by
neglect. Batteries and globes are not covered under this warranty
period.
It is also a condition of this warranty that the garage door is operable by
hand and opens and closes with no more than a maximum of 20kgs of
lifting weight. Chamberlain recommends that the garage door is
serviced by a garage door technician every 12 months. This garage
door service fee will be at the consumer’s expense.
NB: The Australian Garage Door Association directs attention to
consumers to maintain your garage door in good running order it is
important your door is serviced by a professional garage door
technician every 12 months or earlier as conditions may require.
During the applicable Chamberlain Limited Warranty period, if you are
concerned that the Unit may be defective,
• remove and return the unit, freight paid to our service centre, address
below or call our Customer Service Centre on the toll free number
below and a Chamberlain technician will diagnose the problem and
advise on the next action steps to take. Once the problem has been
diagnosed subject to your rights under the Australian Consumer Law
with respect to major failures, Chamberlain or its Dealer will provide
you with:
repairs to the opener, Chamberlain will furnish replacement parts free
of charge if non electrical or through the Professional Dealer if
deemed to be of a technical nature. A service fee for on- site service
may apply if the fault is not covered under this warranty policy.
or
• a replacement unit.
Repairs and replacement parts provided under this Chamberlain
Limited Warranty is provided free of charge and is warranted for the
remaining portion of the original warranty period.
This Chamberlain Limited Warranty provides benefits which are in
addition to your other rights and remedies as a consumer.
Exclusions
If our service centre determines that a warranty claim has been made
in respect of a failure or defect arising under or out of any exclusion
detailed below such that the claim is not covered under this
Chamberlain Limited Warranty, we may, subject to your other rights and
remedies as a consumer, charge you a fee to repair, replace and/or
return the Unit to you.
114A4219C
Exclusions
This Chamberlain Limited Warranty does not cover any failure of, or
defect in, the Unit due to:
1 non-compliance with the instructions regarding installation,
operation, maintenance and testing of the Unit or of any product
with which the Unit is used;
2 any attempt by a person other than a Professional Garage Door
Dealer to repair or dismantle the Unit ;
3 tampering, neglect, abuse, wear and tear, accident, electrical storm,
excessive use or conditions other than normal domestic use;
4 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; or
5 problems caused by electrical faults or replacement of batteries or
light bulbs.
6 water or moisture ingress that causes corrosion or electrical
malfunction.
7 corrosion caused by sea air if located near a waterway, beach etc.
8 fitment to a commercial door or in a commercial operating
application.
NB: A General Purpose Outlet (GPO) ie: power point must be supplied
by the consumer as this electrical fitting does not form a part of the unit
(opener).
If this Chamberlain Limited Warranty does not apply, you may have
rights available to you under the Australian Consumer Law.
Accessories Warranty:
Accessories supplied with the unit are warranted for 12 months from the
date of installation.
Liability – Australia only
Except as set out in the Australian Consumer Law (being Schedule 2 of
the Competition and Consumer Act 2010) (as amended, consolidated or
replaced):
1 all other guarantees, warranties and representations in relation to the
Unit or its supply are excluded to the extent that Chamberlain can
lawfully exclude them; and
2 under no circumstances will Chamberlain be liable for consequential,
incidental or special damages arising in connection with the use, or
inability to use, the Unit, other than those which were reasonably
foreseeable as liable to result from the failure.
Liability – New Zealand only
Except as set out in the Fair Trading Act 1986 and the Consumer
Guarantees Act 1993 (as amended, consolidated or replaced):
1 all other guarantees, warranties and representations in relation to
the Unit or its supply are excluded to the extent that Chamberlain
can lawfully exclude them; and
2 under no circumstances will Chamberlain be liable for consequential,
incidental or special damages arising in connection with the use, or
inability to use, the Unit, other than those which were reasonably
foreseeable as liable to result from the failure.
Note:We request that you retain your sales docket or invoice as
proof-of-purchase and attach it to this manual to enable you to
establish the date of purchase in the unlikely event of a warranty
service being required. Chamberlain reserves the right to change
the design and specifications of the Unit without prior notification.
Some features or accessories of the Unit may not be available in
certain markets or areas. Please check with your distributor.
Chamberlain service centre contact details
Australia
Phone toll free 1800 638 234
Fax toll free 1800 888 121
75 Epping Road, North Ryde NSW
New Zealand
Auckland phone 09 477 2823
Phone toll free 0800 653 667
Fax toll free 0800 653 663
Email: customerservice@chamberlainanz.com
Website: www.chamberlainanz.com
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