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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).
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.
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 wilt provide a strong mounting
location.
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.
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To avoid damage to your door and/or
operator, make sure you disable any door
locks prior to installing your operator.
Insure that your door is properly balanced
and moving freely. SEE WARNING BELOW.
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."
(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 30.
TYPICAL SECTIONAL DOOR iNSTALLATiON
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36" POWER CORD
TO
120V GROUNDED
OUTLET
TYPICAL
SUPPORT
BRACKET
EXTENSION SPRING
OR
TORSION SPRING
ADDED
HEADER BRACKET
MOUNTING BOARD
BRACES II
SAFE-T-BEAM®
OVERVIEW OF
POTENTIAL HAZARDS
Garagedoorsarelarge,heavyobjectsthatmovewiththehetpof springs
underhightensionandelectricmotors.Sincemovingobjects,springsunder
tension,andetectricmotorscancauseinjuries,yoursafetyandthesafetyof
othersdependonyoureadingtheinformationinthismanual.If youhave
questionsordo notunderstandtheinformationpresented,callyournearest
servicerepresentative
in thissectionandthosethatfollow,thewordsDanger,Warning,and
Cautionareusedto emphasizeimportantsafetyinformation.
Theword:
,_DANGERmeansthatsevereinjuryordeathwilt resultfromfailure
tofollowinstructions.
,_WARNINGmeansthatsevereinjuryor deathcanresultfromfailure
tofollowinstructions.
,_CAUTION meansthatpropertydamageor injurycanresultfromfailure
tofollowinstruction.
Theword_,SO1_!_is usedto indicateimportantstepsto befollowed
orimportantconsiderations.
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Safe-T-Beam ® (STB) Non-Contact Reversing System
IMPORTANT
iNSTALLATION
iNSTRUCTiONS
To reduce the risk of
severe injuryor death:
1. READAND FOLLOWALLSAFETY,INSTALLATIONAND
OPERATIONINSTRUCTIONS.If you haveany questionsor
do notunderstandan instruction,callyour service
representative.
2. Do Not instatloperatoron an improperlybalanceddoor.An
improperlybalanceddoorcouldcausesevereinjury.Repairs
and adjustmentsto cables,springassembly,andother
hardwaremust bemadebya trainedservicepersonusing
propertoolsand instructions.
3. Removeatt ropesand disableall locksconnectedto the door
before installingoperator.
4. Instaitdooroperator7 feet or moreabovethe floor.Mountthe
emergencyreleaseknob6 feet abovethefloor.
5. Do Notconnecttheoperatorto the sourceof poweruntil
instructedto doso.
6. Locatethe controlbutton:
,Withinsight of door.
, At a minimumheightof 5 feet, sosmall childrencannot
reachit.
, Awayfromattmovingpartsof thedoor.
7. InstaittheentrapmentWARNINGlabelnextto thewaitbuttonor
console.Installthe emergencyreleasetagon, or nextto,the
emergencyrelease
8. Theoperatormustreversewhenthedoorcontactsa 1-1/2inch
highobjecton thefloor at the centerof thedoorway.Thisis about
thesize of a 2" x 4" boardlaidflat.
Places an invisible beam across door opening that reverses the door during down travel to the fully open
position if anything passes through beam.
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 door does not close within 30 seconds.
Force Guard ® Control
Used to set the force required for opening and closing door. For maximum safety, set the minimum force
required to fully open and close door.
Automatic Lighting System
One or two light bulbs (depending on model) up to 100 Watts max. each are used for safer entries and exits.
The light turns on when door is activated and automatically turns off 4.5 minutes later.
Manual Emergency Release
Allows the garage door to be opened or closed manually for emergencies or maintenance.
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Phillips Hex Head Screw, No. 10 x 1-1/4"
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Self-Drilling Screw
Bolt, 3/8"-16 x 7/8"
Lag Screw, 1/4" x 2" Clevis Pin
Insulated Staple
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Speed Nut
Pan Head Screw #6 x 1-1/4"
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Phillips Screw
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Cotter Pin
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Hex Head Screw
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Cold Head Pin
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Combined Parts List
Item Part Name Item Part Name Item Part Name
1 Lens 21 Rectifier Board Assembly 41 Capacitor
2 Front Cover 22 Fuse (F1), UL 42 Capacitor Clamp
3 Side Cover (by series/model) 23 Fuse (F2), UL 43 Screw, #t0-24 x 1/2", Slot HH Sf-Tap
4 Top PlateAssembly 24 Limit Gear Shroud 44 Nut, #t0-32, Hex Serrated Flange
5 Strain Relief 25 Motor Bracket 45 Circuit Board
6 Cord & PluqAssembly 26 Screw, #t0 x 3/8" HH 46 C.B. Bracket
7 Component Panel (by series/model) 27 Limit Plate/PinAssembly 47 Circuit Board Mount
8 Bottom Cover 28 Limit Switch 48 Screw, #t0-16 x 5/8", HH Sf Tap
9 Screw, #8 x .75 Phil Hx Hd/W Sf Tap 29 Screw,#4-40 x 5/8"Slot HH w/Wshr, SfTap 49 Top Gear Housinq
10 Screw, #8 x .62 Phil Pan Hd/W Sf Tap 30 MotorAssembly 50 Middle Gear Housing
11 Screw, #8 x .50 Sit Hx Hd/W Sf Tap 31 MotorAdapter Plate 51 Bottom Gear Housinq
12 Screw, #8 x .38 Sit Hx Hd/W Sf Tap 32 Screw, 1/4"-20 x 1/2" Sit HH w/Wshr 52 Drive Shaft Bushing
13 Light Socket (by series/model) 33 Limit Worm Gear 53 Drive Thrust Washer
14 Terminal Block & Lug 34 Limit Gear Bushing 54 Drive Shaft
15 M.O.V. Assembly 35 Limit Worm Drive 55 1/2" Retaining Ring
16 Receiver Assembly 36 Limit Worm Shim 56 Main Drive Worm Gear
17 Limit Set Switch 37 Limit Wheel 57 ©ptical Interrupt Wheel
18 SequencerAssembly 38 Retaining Ring 58 Motor Flanged Bushing
19 Screw, #6 x .38 Sit Hx Hd/W Sf Tap 39 Limit Cam 59 Motor Thrust Washer
20 TransformerAssembly (by series/model) 40 Limit Pinion, 8 tooth 60 Poly Thrust Washer
PRO-MAX Power Head
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Item Part Name
6t Main Drive Worm
62 Screw, #8 x 3-1/8" Slot HH, Sf Tap
63 Limit Switch Plate
64 Screw, #6 x 3/8" Phillips w/Wshr, Sf Tap
65 Screw, #4 x 5/8", Slot HH w/Wshr, Sf Tap
Channel
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Combined Parts List
Item Part Name
66 Belt & Bullet Assembly- 7'6" Door
(Belt Models Only)
Belt & Bullet Assembly - 8' Door
(Belt Models Only)
Belt & Bullet Assembly - 10' Door
(Belt Models Only)
Belt & Bullet Assembly - 12' Door
(Belt Models Only)
67 Sprocket Bushing
68 Sprocket, 10 Tooth - 7'6" & 8' Doors
(Chain Models Only)
Sprocket, 12 Tooth - 10' Door
(Chain Models Only)
Drive Sprocket, 18 Tooth - 7'6" & 8' Doors
(Belt Models Only)
Drive Sprocket - 10' Door
(Belt Models Only)
69 Screw, #t0-24 x .50 Hx Hd
70 Sprocket Bracket (Chain Models Only)
Sprocket Bracket - 7'6" & 8' Doors
(Belt Models Only)
Sprocket Bracket - 10' Door (Belt Only)
Sprocket Bracket - 12' Door (Belt Only)
71 Screw, #t0-24 x .38 Hx Hd/W
Item Part Name
72 Channel - 7'6" Door (128" LG)
Channel - 8' Door (146" LG)
Channel - 10' Door (170.75" LG)
Channel - 12_Door (188" LG)
73 Pulley (Chain Models Only)
Pulley (Belt Models Only)
74 Carriage Bolt, 5/16"-18 x 4.0
75 Carriage Pin, 5/16" x 1.25
76 Pulley Bracket Assembly
77 End Bracket
78 Hex Flange Nut, 5/16"-18 (Chain Only)
Flat Washer (Belt Models Only)
(2)Hex Jam Nut, 5/16-18 (Belt Models Only)
79 Lag Screw, 1/4" x 2" Hx Hd/W
80 Header Bracket
81 Speed Nut
82 Cold Header Pin
83 Carriage Stop
84 Roller Chain-7'6" Door (Chain Only)(242.5")
Roller Chain -8' Door (Chain Only) (278.5 '_)
RollerChain-10' Door (Chain Only)(328.5") 101
8mm Belt
Item Part Name
85 Chain Bullet
Belt Bullet
Belt Retainer
Screw, #6-32 x 1/2" Phil Pan Hd sir Tap
86 Carriage Slide
87 Emerg. Release Cord-7'6" Doors(26.5")
Emergency Release Cord-8'& 10'Doors (56.5")
Emergency Release Cord-12' Doors(96.0")
88 Emergency Release Knob (Red)
89 Cotter Pin
90 Clevis Pin
91 Screw, 3/8"-16 x .87 Hx Hd Mch
92 Hex Nut, 3/8"-16
93 Curved Door Arm
94 Straight Door Arm
95 Door Bracket
96 Screw, 1/4"-20 x 3/4" Hx Hd, Sf Tap
97 Carriage Assembly
98 Carriage Cap
99 Screw, #t0-14 x 1-5/16" Hx Hd
100 Wall Console (Series II )
Wall Button (Series II ) (lit primary)
Wall Button (unlit secondary)
Rail
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Item Part Name
102 Boom Support Kit (not shown)
103 Safety & Maintenance Guide
104 Emergency Release Tag (Tri-L)
105 Entrapment WARNING Label
106 Wire
110 Rail (L=112.475")
111 Screw, 5/16"-18 x 3/4"
112 Screw, 5/16" x 1/2" HH w/Wshr
113 Pulley Support
114 Chain
115 Sprocket Saddle
116 Screw, 5/16"-18 x 2-1/4" HH
117 Bolt Retainer
118 Screw, 5/16"-18 x 1-1/8" HH
119 Large Pulley Bushing
120 Square Nut, 5/16"-18
121 Screw, 1/4"-20 1" HH
122 Hex Nut!Lockwasher, 1/4"-20
123 5/16-18 Lock Nut
124 STB System Sensor (Green LED)
Item Part Name
125 STB System Source (Red LED)
126 STB Mounting Brackets (2)
127 Screw, 1-1/4" Phillips HH
128 Insulated Staples
1, Attach emergency release knob cord (Fig. 1-1),
Tie overhand knot in end of cord.
Thread cord through knob so knot is inside knob.
Thread cord through hole in carriage lever.
Tie overhand knot in other end of cord.
Do Not cut cord until after power head is mounted.
2. Attach emergency release tag (Fig. 1-1),
Thread wire through hole in carriage lever.
Wrap wire around itself, tie securely.
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3. Placepower head and channel on clean, flat surface.
4, Slide drive end of channel down over"D'=shaft on top of
powerhead (Fig. 1-2),
• Supportheaderend of channellevelwithpower head.
Slidecarriage to align"D'-shal with "D"-holeinsprocket.
• Slidechannelclown"D'-shal flushwith powerhead.
5, Fasten channel to powerhead ,
Alignmountingholesinfrontand rearof power headframe.
Insertandsecurelytightenthefour (4) No. 10x 1/2"hex
headscrews[69].
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Place power head and rail on clean, flat surface.
Slide drive end of rail down over "D'-shaft on top
of power head (Fig. 1-3),
Support header end of rail level with power head.
Slide carriage enough to align "D'-shaft with "D'-hole
in sprocket.
Slide rail clown "D'-shaft flush with power head.
drags on the rail
Toward Power Head
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.Fasten rail to power head.
Align mounting holes of sprocket saddle, rail
and power head frame.
Insert the two (2) 5/16" x 1/2" hex head
screws[112], then two (2) No. 10-24 x 112" hex
head screws [69].
• Tighten screws.
6. Use adjusting bolt to set chain tension (Fig. 1-4)
Chain should sag slightly but not so much that it
drags on the rail.
IMPORTANT
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
To reduce the risk of
severeinjuryor death:
1. READAND FOLLOWALLSAFETY,INSTALLATIONAND
OPERATIONINSTRUCTIONS•If you haveanyquestionsor
do notunderstandan instruction,calIyour service
representative•
2. Do Not installoperatoron an improperlybalanceddoor.An
improperlybalanceddoorcouldcausesevereinjury•Repairs
and adjustmentsto cables,springassembly,and other
hardwaremust bemadebya trainedservicepersonusing
propertoolsand instructions•
3. Removeall ropesand disableatl locksconnectedto thedoor
before instatIingoperator•
4. Installdooroperator7 feet or moreabove thefloor.Mountthe
emergencyreleaseknob6 feet abovethefloor•
5. Do Not connecttheoperatorto the sourceof poweruntil
instructedto doso•
6. Locatethe controlbutton:
,Withinsightof door•
,At a minimumheightof 5 feet, so smallchildrencannot
reachib
,Awayfromall movingpartsof the door•
7. InstatltheentrapmentWARNINGlabet nextto thewait buttonor
console•Instaltthe emergencyreleasetag on,or nextto, the
emergencyrelease.
8. Theoperatormustreversewhenthedoorcontactsa 1-1/2inch
highobjecton thefloor at the centerof the doorway.Thisis about
the sizeof a 2" x 4" boardlaidflat.
Track Guided Doors
SEE SECTION 2A
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CurvedTrack Hardware Horizontal TrackHardware
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Trackless Doors
SEE SECTION 2B.
1-Piece Door
Jamb Type Hardware
(No Track)
1-Piece Door
Pivot Type Hardware
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Spring
"H"
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1. Establish center line of door and header (Fig. 2-1).
Close door.
Measure door width. Mark center.
Use straight edge to draw vertical line "V."
- clown door about 6".
- on top of door.
- up header about 20".
2. Establish Header Bracket position (Fig. 2-2).
Watch top edge of door as you raise it.
Stop door when top edge reaches highest point
of travel.
Measure distance from top edge of door to floor.
Add 2-1/2" to this measurement.
Close door.
Mark header at this height.
If door spring is in the way, mark header 2-1/2"
above the spring.
Draw horizontal line "H" across line "V" at this
point (Fig 2-1).
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Spring
Header
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Drawn Above Spring
Spring Line "H"
Add 2-1/2"
Minimum High Point
.Of Door Travel
Door Track
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Door It
3. Install header bracket (Fig. 2-3)
Place bracket so:
- center hole is on line "V."
- all holes are on line "H."
Mark hole positions "A" and "B."
Drill 5/32" holes at marked positions.
Fasten bracket to header using two (2) 114"x 2"
lag screws [79].
4. Attach channel/rail assembly to header
bracket (Fig. 2-4).
Fasten header end of the channel/rail to the
Header bracket with cold header pin [82].
Install speed nut [81].
Support power head above floor, use:
- rope.
- ladder with cardboard packing.
- wood.
5. Level rail assembly and power head (Fig. 2-5}.
Raise and support power head above door tracks.
Open door.
Level channel/rail assembly and
support temporarily.
Center channeltrail assembly and power head
on line "V" of door.
.Mount power head
(See Section 2MOUNTING METHODS).
Be sure channel/rail assembly and power head
are on door center line (Line "V").
Check the illustrations. Decide which mounting
method you will use. Materials for mounting are
not included.
After power head is installed, remove
supporting material.
Close door.
7. Install door braces (See CAUTION below).
T-rail shown. Channel
attachment is same.
Header
Bracket
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Cold header
Speed nut
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8. Install door bracket (Fig. 2-6).
Contact door manufacturer.
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9. Install door arms (Fig. 2-7).
Attach straight door arm to carriage.
- slip straight door arm into slot at bottom of
carriage as shown.
- secure with clevis pin [g0] and cotter pin [89].
Attach short end of curved door arm to door
bracket as shown.
- slip short end of curved door arm into slot in
door bracket.
- secure with clevis pin and cotter pin.
Release carriage (See emergency release tag).
- slide carriage towards closed door.
- stop carriage 14" minimum from door.
10. Join door arm sections (Fig. 2-8).
Use two (2) 3/8" x 7/8" hex bolts [gl], and hex
flange nuts [g2].
- use any two holes as far apart as possible.
- slide carriage back and forth as needed to
align holes.
Tighten hex nuts securely.
11. Adjust emergency release cord length.
Mount the emergency release knob 6 feet from
the floor.
Retie overhand knot and trim excess cord.
DO NOT plug power cord into outlet.
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SYSTEM INSTALLATION.
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3/8-16 nut
1. Establish center line of door and header (Fig. 2-9).
• Close door.
Measure door width. Mark center.
Use straight edge to draw vertical line "V."
- down door about 6."
- on top of door.
- up header about 20".
2. Determine door rise (Fig. 2-10).
Open door to highest point of travel.
Measure distance from top of door to floor.
Subtract the actual height of door. The remainder
is the door rise in inches as shown in TABLE A.
TABLE A
Door rise Locate header bracket above
in inches top edge of CLOSED door
Up to 4" Up to 10"
4" to 8" 10" to 15"
8" to 12" 15" to 20"
.Locate header bracket (Fig. 2-9).
Use TABLE A to determine header
bracket position.
Draw horizontal line "H" across line "H" at
this point.
.Install header bracket (Fig. 2-11).
• Place header bracket so,
- center hole is on line "V."
- all holes are on line "H."
Mark hole positions ("A" and "B").
Drill 5/32" holes at marked positions.
Fasten header bracket to header with two (2)
114"x 2" lag screws [79].
Line "V" See
(Vertical centerline of door) TABLE A
Doorheader
Top of door
Highest point Highest point Door rise
Door rise of travel of travel
Floor Floor
5. Install door braces
(See CAUTION below).
OR
.
Attach channel/rail assembly to header
bracket (Fig. 2-13).
Fasten header end of the channel/rail to the
header bracket with pin.
Install speed nut onto pin (Fig, 2-14).
• Place cardboard packing under power head. Use
additional support if needed.
Header bracket
Header
Door
bracket
Power head
(Protected by cardboard
or packing)
Establish power head mounting height (Fig. 2-15).
Power head should be at door height above floor
or higher.
• Temporarily support power head in this position.
Use
- rope.
- ladder with cardboard packing.
- wood.
Critical height is point where the rail/channel attaches to power head.
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,Mount power head (See Section 2 ALTERNATE
MOUNTING METHODS).
Be sure rail assembly and power head are on
door center line (line "V").
Check the illustrations. Decide which mounting
method you will use. Materials for mounting are
not included.
After power head is installed, remove
supporting material.
Close door.
10. Join door arms exactly as shown (Fig. 2-16).
Overlap arms by two (2) holes.
Install two (2) 3/8" x 718" hex bolts, and hex
flange nuts.
Tighten hex nuts securely.
11. install assembled door arms (Fig. 2-17).
Attach straight end of assembled door arms to
door bracket.
- slip straight door arm into slot in door bracket.
- secure with clevis pin [90] and cotter pin [89].
,Release carriage (See emergency release tag).
Slide carriage toward door.
Attach short end of curved door arm to carriage.
- slip curved door arm into slot in carriage.
- secure with clevis pin and cotter pin.
12. Adjust emergency release cord length.
Mount the emergency release knob 6 feet from
the floor.
Retie overhand knot and trim excess cord.
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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 if brackets extend out from wall far
enough, so tongue of bracket is beyond door,
tracks or any door hardware.
- If not:
a. STB bracket extensions are available at
local dealer.
b. Blocks of wood, etc. may be substituted
for extensions.
Center bracket on your mark (Fig. 3-2).
Fasten each with 2 screws [127].
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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).
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Slide source/sensor onto tongue of bracket
until it clicks into place (Fig. 3-3).
.Wiring.
Routewire using either method shown(Fig. 3-5).
Securely fasten wires to wall as you go.
- Use insulated staples (included).
[128] Insulated staple
- Staples should be snug only.
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- 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.
- For ProMax. STB's are connected to terminals
#2 and #3 on power head (Fig. 3-8).
- For Stealth. STB's are connected to
terminals #3 and #4 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.
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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.
SOURCE (RED LED SENSOR (GREEN LED INDICATED CONDITION REQUIRED ACTION
ON
O OFF
O OFF
2 BLINKS, PAUSE(REPEAT)
2 BLINKS, PAUSE(REPEAT)
ON
O OFF
• ON
O ON
O OFF
3BLINKS, PAUSE(REPEAT) _ ON
4 BLINKS, PAUSE(REPEAT) _ ON
NORMALOPERATION
1<POWERHEAD NOT POWERED
2,WIRING FROM POWERHEAD BAD
1.WIRINGTO SOURCE MISSING OR BAD
2, POWERHAS BEEN INTERRUPTED
1.BEAM NOT ALIGNED 2, BEAM OBSTRUCTED
3,SENSOR DEFECTIVE
1.WIRE TOSENSORMISSINGOR BAD
2, SENSORDEFECTIVE
1, SENSORRECEIVINGINTERFERENCE
1.SOURCE NOT SENDINGPULSES
2, SOURCEDEFECTIVE
NONE REQUIRED
1,CHECK BREAKERS,FUSES,PLUGS
2,CHECK WIRING FOROBVIOUS SHORTS
1.CHECK WIRING
2,REMOVE POWERAND REAPPLY
I<CHECKALIGNMENT 2. CHECK FOROBSTRUCTION
3,CALL CUSTOMERSERVICE
I. CHECK WIRING
2.CALL CUSTOMERSERVICE
1<ATTEMPTTODETERMINESOURCEOFINTERFERENCE
2,CALL CUSTOMERSERVICE
I. CALL CUSTOMERSERVICE
2,CALL CUSTOMERSERVICE
NOTE: IFOPERATINGPROBLEM EXlSTS, THE DOOR CAN BE CLOSED IF YOU: 1. DISCONNECTTHESTBSYSTEMFROMTHEOPERATORAND 2. HOLD WALLCONTROL BUTTON
DOWN UNTIL DOOR IS CLOSED. (REMOTE CONTROL& WIRELESS KEYPADWILL NOT WORK WITHOUT STB)
CUSTOMER SERVICE: 1.800.354.3643 or www.geniecompany.com
.
.
3.
.
5.
Run wire from power head to wall control.
Place the wall control:
- In sight of door.
- At least 5 feet from floor, so small children can
not reach it.
- Away from moving parts of door and
door hardware.
• Use staples to fasten wire to ceiling and wall.
Remove 1/2" insulation from each wire
(Fig. 3-6)(pg. 19).
Attach wires to terminals (Stealth Fig. 4-1a)
(MAX Fig. 4-1b).
Loosen, but Do Not remove screw from terminal.
For Stealth.
- Connect striped wires to terminal "2" on power
head and "B" on wall control.
- Connect white wire to terminal "1" on power
head and "W" on wall control.
For MAX.
- Connect striped wires to terminal "1" on power
head and "B" on wall control.
- Connect white wire to terminal "2" on power
head and "W" on wall control.
Mount wall control (Fig. 4-2).
• Use two pan head screws.
Mount entrapment warning label.
• Remove protective backing and stick near
wall control.
• Use tacks or staples to permanently mount Label.
• Make sure everyone reads and follows WARNINGS.
Vacation Locking Switch
-LOCK disables controls after door is completely closed
-UNLOCK allows controls to work normally
independent Light Control
-Controls door operator lights from inside garage
- Energy-Saver shut-off turns off light 5 minutes after
door activation
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Wall button Wall console
pan head screws
Switch is in LOCK position
1. Check local building codes.
Some building codes require direct wiring to a
branch circuit. If direct w_ring is NOT required,
plug door operator into grounded outlet
(Fig. 6-1).
2. Return to Section 3 for SAFE-T-BEAM ® System
alignment and troubleshooting.
1. Disconnect the power cord from the branch
circuit mains.
2. Remove bottom cover from power head.
Remove four (4) hex head screws from front
and rear covers.
• Slide bottom cover off.
3. Remove existing power cord from power head.
• Disconnect three power cord wires.
• Remove and discard power cord.
• Remove 7/8" diameter knock-out plug.
• Install a suitable entrance bushing.
4. Install permanent wiring to power head.
For Stealth--connect permanent wiring to
internal terminal block.
• Connect white supply line to silver terminal.
• Connect black supply line to brass terminal.
Connect ground wire to green wire location
(GROUND).
For ProMax--connect permanent wiring.
• Make connections with UL recognized wire nuts.
• Connect white supply line to white wire.
Connect black supply line to black wire.
Connect ground wire to green wire location
(GROUND).
• Wires inside operator are to be a minimum of
6 inches.
5. Replace power head bottom cover.
• Replace and tighten four (4) hex head screws.
cover is"o'_ powe head be_,;f_'_oped'a_i_::_n
Grounded
tor_ outlet
Opera
power cord "_a-
Fig. 5-1
Before starting main limit switch settings, LOCK
carriage onto rail assembly (See emergency
release tag).
1. Raise the door until the carriage engages with
the inner-slidelbullet.
2. Set "OPEN" limit switch (Fig 6-1).
• Locate limit set switch on back of power head.
Push and hold limit set switch until door moves
to the fully open position.
- release the limit set switch.
-"OPEN" limit switch is set.
OPE?_JF:ORCE (See SectTon X,_DRCE
A_JUdT:;'_A,{_EN7_'}a*d the _peat se_Ung h_?t s_,,i_? _
3. Set "CLOSE" limit switch (Fig. 6-1).
Push and hold limit set switch until door contacts
the ground and stops.
- release limit set switch.
-"CLOSE" limit is set.
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,_djus_ "CLOSE _/}RCE (See Section ?,fXJRCE
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NOTE: ©o X_X push _J_e]k'_'Utse s_,_3i_chagain yo J"
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During the following steps, the motor protector may
open. Wait about 20 minutes for protector to reset.
CLOSL_{©pos/io tbeh;_> sI_H%W "O FOR(;E *
1. Adjust the "OPEN" Force (Fig. 7-1).
Locate screw on back of power head marked
"OPEN FORCE."
Gently turn screw counterclockwise until it stops.
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Operate door using wall control.
If door does not completely open, turn "OPEN
FORCE" screw clockwise slightly.
Activate door using wall control.
Repeat force adjustment until door will
completely open.
Close door, use wall control.
2. Adjust the "CLOSE FORCE" (Fig. 7-1}. Use wall
control to run door to the fully OPEN position
before starting "CLOSE FORCE" adjustment.
Locate screw on back of power head marked
"CLOSE FORCE."
Gently turn screw counterclockwise until it stops.
Operate door using wall control.
If door does not completely close, turn "CLOSE
FORCE" screw clockwise slightly.
Operate door using wall control.
Repeat force adjustment until door will
completely close.
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d4";o_'oh>se Sn aFlexthe nun bef thesr_ a//e_"the
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STEALTH
3.JCONTACT REVERSE] (Fig."/-2)
Fine adjustments for limit switches (see Section 8)
MUST BE completed before starting CONTACT
REVERSE.
Open door, use wall control.
Place a 2 by 4 board laid flat in center of doorway.
• Close door.
Door MUST stop and reverse to open position. If it
does not, repeat fine adjustments for down limit
switch and "CLOSE FORCE" adjustment until the
door will reverse to the open position.
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Ifdoor does notreverse,decrease"CLOSE FORCE"
untildoor reverses.
II
During the following steps, the motor protector may
open. Wait about 20 minutes for protector to reset.
1. Adjusting the "OPEN" limit switch (Fig. 8-1).
Run door to open position by pushing wall control.
Locate curved "OPEN" limit adjustment slot on
back of power head.
Look into slot for pinion screw.
Insert a screwdriver and turn pinion screw.
- clockwise to open more.
- counterclockwise to open less.
2. Test door operator. Use wall control to run
door open and close.
3. Repeat step as necessary to properly set
"OPEN" limit switch.
4. Adjust the "CLOSE" limit switch (Fig. 8-1}.
Run door fully closed by pushing wall control.
Locate curved "CLOSE" limit adjustment slot on
back of power head.
Look into slot for pinion screw.
Insert a screwdriver and turn pinion screw.
- counterclockwise to close more.
- clockwise to close less.
5. Test door operator. Use wall control to run door
open and close
6. Repeat step as necessary to properly set
"CLOSE" limit switch
7. Perform CONTACT REVERSE
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1. Program one-button remote (Fig. 9-1)
Locate learn code button and learn indicator on
power head.
- Remove lens cover on back of power head.
Press and release learn code button on
power head.
- LED on power head blinks 2 times per second.
(continued on next page)
Press and release a remote control button.
- LED on power head stops blinking.
• Press and release same remote button again.
- LED goes out. Remote is now programmed.
2. Program multi-button remote control
Repeat step 1 (<<programone-button remote" for
each button).
NOTE; E_ch buo_ o_ _ y_i..butos _'eno _ co s_u
/s Fb,"_÷dMqs_'e;¢ open, on
3. Operate remote control
Point remote control at door
- Door moves
• Press button again
- Door stops
• Press button again
- Door reverses
c/<_sec>,de
4. Erasing all receiver memory
Press and hold learn code button on
power head
- 10 seconds or until light goes out
- Memory is erased
• Program door operator again
Press remote control button once within
30 seconds
- LED on power head stays lit
• Press remote control button again
- LED on power head goes out and remote
control is programmed
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1. Turn remote control upside down (Fig. 10-1}
2. Battery replacement (your remote control is
battery powered).
Gently push straight IN on tab as shown
(Fig. 10-1).
- use ball point pen, coin or small screwdriver.
- battery cover snaps open.
Install new battery in same position.
- use A23, @EVE_E,_D_,12 Volt battery.
3. Attach visor clip to remote control (Fig. 10-2)
Slide visor clip into back of case until it snaps
into place.
4. Remote control operation
Point remote control at the garage door and
press the button. Door will move.
Press remote control button again and door
will stop.
Press remote control button again and the door
will move the other way. The door automatically
stops at the end of the open or close cycle.
Radio
Learn
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indicator
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"_'7_ Battery
cover
Battery
1. Install light bulb(s) into socket(s).
Do Not use short neck bulb(s).
Use bulb(s) rated for:
- rough service.
- vibration.
- appliances.
100 watt maximum.
2. Bend two (2) slotted tabs up. This will activate
the "living hinge" of the lens (Fig. 11-1).
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3. Start two (2) No. 8 x 314"hex head screws into
bottom holes of panel (Fig. 11-2).
Slide slotted tabs up behind hex head screws.
Tighten hex head screws.
4. Align lens holes and holes of panel.
insert and tighten a No. 8 x 5/8" pan head
screw into each round lens hole and tighten,
[lo]
Pan head
screws _
Bend tabs up
Hex head [9]
screws
DOOR SPRINGS and DOOR HARDWARE
Do not operate garage door automatically or
manually if springs are broken. CONTACT A
PROFESSIONAL FOR SERVICE.
Oil door rollers, bearings, and hinges monthly.
Use silicone lubricant or light oil.
DOOR BALANCE
Close door. Pull red emergency release knob
down and toward power head to release door
from rail assembly.
Raise door manually approximately 3 feet. Door
should stay in that position. If door moves, HAVE
DOOR SERVICED BY A PROFESSIONAL.
Close door. Pull red emergency release knob to
reattach door to rail/channel assembly.
Toreducethe riskof
CONTACT REVERSE
Close door on a 2 by 4 board laid flat on the floor
in the center of the garage doorway.
Close door by using wall button or remote control.
If door fails to reverse on contact with the board,
see Section 7-CONTACT REVERSE.
If operator still fails, replace operator or HAVE
THE DOOR SERVICED BY A PROFESSIONAL.
Safe-T-Beam ® STB SYSTEM
Use self-diagnostic Safe-T-Beam ® System
troubleshooting information to maintain safe
operation.
(See Section 3-STB SYSTEM INSTALLATION.)
1
2
severeinjuryordeath:
READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS.
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 UNDERA 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.
8 SAVETHESE INSTRUCTIONS.
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 taws and regulations which may
differ from United States and Canadian requirements prior to use.
Los transmisores cumplen con todas las reglamentaciones legales de
tos Estados Unidos y del Canad, en la fecha de fabricaci n. Ninguna
garant a se da que cumpIan con todas las reglamentaciones legales de
ninguna otra jurisdicci n. Si los transmisores se van a utilizar en otro
pa s, el importador debe determinar si cumplen con las
reglamentaciones y byes locales que puedan ser diferentes a tas
reglamentaciones de los Estados Unidos y del Canad, antes de usar
los mismos.
Les metteurs sont conformes la r glementation am ricaine et
canadienne compter de bur date de fabrication. Aucune garantie
nest stiput e indiquant qu ils sont conformes toutes les prescriptions
juridiques d autres autorit s. Si les metteurs sont utilis s dans d autres
pays, il incombe I importateur d en d terminer bur conformit aux lois
et r gles locales pouvant diff rer de celtes des tats-Unis et du Canada
avant toute utilisation desdits metteurs.
Sendeger te entsprechen allen gesetzlichen Bestimmungen in den USA
und Kanada zum Zeitpunkt der HerstelIung. Wir bernehmen keine
Gew hfleistung f r die Einhaltung aller gesetzlichen Bestimmungen in
anderen L ndern. Sotlen Sendeger te in anderen L ndem eingesetzt
werden, so muss der lmperteur vor dem Gebrauch sicherstellen, dass
die Sendeger te auch soichen Iokalen Bestimmungen entsprechen,
welche yon den Bestimmungen der USA und Kanadas abweichen.
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Use this guide to correct problems with your door
operator. If these solutions do not work,
call Customer Service.
PROBLEM
Operator does not run
from wall control.
Door starts down, then
stops before it's closed.
Door wi!! only run closed.
Remote control has
less than 25 feet
operating range.
Operator runs, but door
does not move.
Noisy operation.
Lights will not go out.
SOLUTIONS
Check lock switch on wall console (See section 4).
Check the power source.
Plug a lamp into outlet used for power head. If lamp works, power source is OK. If not, check fuse
or circuit breaker.
If power is OK:
- Check connections at power head terminals.
- Check connections at wall control.
- Motor protector may be open. Wait about 20 minutes for protector to reset.
Check CLOSE limit switch setting (See Section 8)
Check for shorted wires
Check OPEN limit switch for short and proper wiring.
Check force adjustment (See section 7).
Check for broken door spring.
Relocate remote control inside car.
Point remote control at door.
Replace battery.
Do Not attempt to retune remote controls.
Make sure carriage is engaged.
Check force adjustment (See Section 7).
Be sure all fasteners are tight.
Be sure door is in good repair, properly lubricated and balanced (See Monthly Maintenance section).
Check wiring.
Disconnect & reconnect wires on wall control.
Non-compatible wall control.
POWER
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What is covered: Any defect in material and workmanshipfrom personal, normal household use in accordancewith the Owner's Manual
For how long:
300 Series - Motor 5 years and all other parts 3 years.
500 Series - Motor Lifetime*and all other parts 5 years.
1200Series - Motor Lifetime*and all other parts 5 years.
*Lifetime warranty =warrantedfor as tong as you own your home.
Who gets the warranty: Thiswarranty is limitedto the consumerwho originally purchasedthe product.
Geographic scope: This warranty applies only to Genie products purchased in the United States,Canada or Mexico.
What we will do: If your Genie product is defective,we will repair it or, at our option, replace it at no charge to you. If we repairyour Genie product,we
may use new or reconditionedreplacementparts. If we choose to replaceyour Genie product,we may replace it with a new or reconditionedone of the
same or similardesign.
Limitations: IMPLIEDWARRANTIES,INCLUDINGTHOSEOF FITNESS FORA PARTICULARPURPOSEANDMERCHANTABILITY(AN UNWRITTEN
WARRANTYTHAT THE PRODUCT IS FIT FOR ORDINARYUSE),ARE LIMITEDTO ONE YEAR FROM THE DATEOF PURCHASE. GENIE WILL
NOT PAYFOR:LOSS OF TIME; INCONVENIENCE;LOSS OF USE OF YOUR GENIEPRODUCTOR PROPERTYDAMAGE CAUSED BYYOUR
GENIE PRODUCTOR ITS FAILURETO WORK;ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTALOR CONSEQUENTIALDAMAGES; ORANY DAMAGESRESULTING
FROM MISUSEOR MODIFICATIONOF YOUR GENIE PRODUCT.
Some states and provinces do not allow limitationson how long an impliedwarranty lasts or the exclusionof incidentalor consequentialdamages, so
the above exclusions may notapply to you.
How to obtain warranty service: To obtain warrantyservice for your Genie product,you must provideproof of the date and place of purchase of
the product.
1. Do-It-Yourself-Service.Call the GenieConsumerConnection toll free at 1-800-354.3643a TrainedGenierepresentativeswill assist you in diagnosing the
problemand will arrange to supplyyou with the required parts for do-it-yourself repairs. Trainedservice representativesare available Monday-Friday,
8:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.,Eastern Time,and on Saturday,11:00a.m. to 5:00 p.m.,Eastern Time(subjectto holidays).
2. Service From Authorized Dealers. Youalso may obtain warranty service by calling the Genie Consumer Connectionat 1.800.654.3643before reaching
any agreementon service. If warranty service is providedby an authorized dealer, Geniewill provide all required partsunder warranty at no charge to
you, but the dealers are independentbusiness peopleand may rendera benchor service callcharge for their services.Genie will not reimburseyou or
otherwise be responsiblefor those charges.
We suggestthat you retainyour original packing material in the event you needto shipyour Genie product. Besure to includeyour name, address,
telephone number,proof of date and placeof purchase and a descriptionof the operating problem.After repairingor, at our option, replacing, your Genie
product,we will ship it to your home at no cost to you for parts and labor,but you will haveto paya minimum of $5.00 for shipping and handling
charges.
Yourchoice of anyone of the above-describedservice options is your exclusiveremedy underthis warranty.
What this warranty does not cover: This warranty does not cover batteries (which are consideredreplaceableparts), installation,commercial use,defects
resulting from accidents,damagewhile in transitto our service location or damage resultingfrom alterations, misuseor abuse, lackof proper
maintenance,unauthorizedrepair or modificationof the product, affixingof any attachmentnot providedwith the product,fire, flood, or acts of God, or
other failure to follow the Owner's Manual.
This warranty is the only one we will give on your Genie product, and it sets forth all our responsibilities regarding your Genie product. There are
no other express warranties.
State and province rights: This warranty gives youspecific legal rights,and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state and provinceto
province.
Manufacturedunderoneor moreof thefollowingU.S.patents:3,898,582/4,041,259/4,048,630/4,064,487/4,103,238/5,222,403
OtherPatentsappliedfor
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