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USE ONLY WITH SERIES II ELECTRONICS.<br />
Older Transmitters and Receivers will not work with these new
electronics. There are no Security Code Switches inside the Door
Operators, Transmitters and Receivers.<br />
To Program Receiver <br />
Step 2-1 Locate the Learn Code Button and Radio Signal Indicator on the Power Head Receiver of your Door Operator.<br />
Step 2-2 Press a Transmitter Button once within 30 seconds.<br />
Step 2-3 Press and release the Learn Code Button<br />
• The Radio Signal Indicator will blink approximately 2 times per second.<br />
• The Radio Signal Indicator stays lit - SOLID.<br />
Step 2-4 Press the same Transmitter Button within 30 seconds.<br />
• Radio Signal Indicator will go out.<br />
NOTE: If a second Transmitter Code is not confirmed within 30 seconds or
if a different Transmitter Code is sent, the Radio Signal Indicator
will blink approximately 4 times per second, then programming will
stop. If programming stops, repeat Steps 2-2 through 2-4.<br />
Step 2-5 Repeat Steps 2-2 through Step 2-4 for each Transmitter, Wireless Keypad or other access device to be learned.<br />
NOTE: A maximum of 7 Transmitter, Wireless Keypad and other access
device Codes can be stored into Receiver Memory at one time. If a
Transmitter becomes lost or if you want to delete a Transmitter,
Wireless Keypad or other access device, proceed to ERASING ALL RECEIVER
<span style="font-weight: bold;">Multi-Button Transmitters</span><br />
NOTE: Only ONE button of a Multi-Button Transmitter can be programmed
into a single Receiver. The other buttons are to control other Door
NOTE: If you are replacing a lost or stolen Transmitter:(1) Erase ALL
Transmitter Codes from the Receiver memory. (2) Reprogram the Receiver
with the remaining Transmitters Codes.<br />
<span style="font-weight: bold;">Erasing All Receiver Memory</span><br />
Step 4-1 Press and HOLD the Learn Code Button for 10 seconds or until Radio Signal Indicator goes out.<br />
<span style="font-weight: bold;">ALL Transmitter Codes are erased from Receiver memory.</span><br style="font-weight: bold;" />
Step 4-2 Reprogram the Receiver with the remaining Transmitter Codes (Repeat Steps 2-2 through 2-4).<br />
<span style="font-weight: bold;">Step 5-1 Battery replacement</span><br />
• Slide Battery Cover off of Transmitter back.<br />
• Replace with new batteries.<br />
• Slide Battery Cover back on.<br />
<span style="font-weight: bold;"><br />
Step 5-2 Visor Clip installation</span><br />
• Slide Visor Clip into back of transmitter until it snaps into<br />
Your wireless mouse and Keyboard work with the same wireless transmitter that is plug in into a USB port.of your computer. You can use the wireless mouse with that USB transmitter and dont use the wireless Keyboard. If you need a keyboard you can get one to be plug in into a USB port with the wire attach to the keyboard.
Before commencing, ensure all existing wireless door lock transmitters are functioning correctly. 1. Locate the wireless door lock ECU. It is behind the centre instrument panel. 2. Disconnect and remove the wireless door lock ECU from the vehicle. 3. Remove the four screws from the bottom of the wireless door lock ECU, rotate and remove the top cover.
4. Remove the four screws from the bottom of the wireless door lock transmitter and separate the top and bottom covers. 5. Remove the battery and note position for reassembly.
6. Locate the code ROM within the wireless door lock transmitter.
7. Remove the code ROM from the wireless door lock transmitter by carefully sliding back the retainer clip on the ROM socket.
8. Then slide the code ROM out of the ROM socket.
9. Locate the code ROM socket provided on the wireless door lock ECU circuit board.
10. Slide back the retainer clip of the ROM socket.
11. Carefully insert the code ROM into the unclipped ROM socket, ensuring the contacts are facing towards the circuit board.
12. Slide the retainer clip of the ROM socket forward to lock the code ROM into position. 13. With the wireless door lock ECU top cover still removed, reconnect the ECU to the wire harness taking extreme care not to allow any of the internal circuitry or components to short out on any part of the vehicle.
14. Once in position, locate the reset button on the wireless door lock ECU circuit board and press once only.
15. At the same time, confirm ROM coding was established by observing the extension LED. This LED will flash once to acknowledge that ROM coding was successful. 16. Carefully disconnect the wire harness from the wireless door lock ECU and remove from the vehicle.
17. Remove the code ROM from the wireless door lock ECU and refit into the wireless door lock transmitter's ROM socket.
18. Ensure the code ROM is secured and retained in the wireless door lock transmitter's ROM socket.
19. Assemble the wireless door lock ECU and install into the vehicle. 20. Assemble the wireless door lock transmitter. Ensure the battery is installed with the correct polarity. 21. Check security system operation with all wireless door lock transmitters.
magnet gets screwed or clipped onto the spoke.the transmitter attaches to the fork.make sure the magnet on the spoke passes the centre of the transmitter (should be a mark on the transmitter)and also make sure the magnet passes the transmitter with 3 to 4 mm gap.you may have to turn the transmitter alittle to get it closer to the magnet.hope this helps
Bad batteries and/or clips making poor contact are suspect. The actual detector and transmitter are pretty reliable.
Another possibility is an inteerfering signal such as wireless infared headphones which the transmitter emits continuously. Also a wireless mouse/keyboard could interfere with the signals and effectively block the control from your remote.