Question about Genie Company G912 Genie 912 One Button
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The code for the opener is on a dip switch set under the light bulb lens on the opener unit. Remove the lens and the switch set is usually located on the left as you look at it. It's either a 9 or 12 switch set. Match the numbered switches on both the remote and the receiver, and it should work! Oh, and make sure the battery is fresh.
Posted on Feb 12, 2011
First you want to clear both Garage Door Openers. To clear the openers you need to locate the learn code button. This button is (usually) under the white lens cover just push it and hold it in until the red light stops flashing then do the same thing to your other opener. This clears out all remote controls that are programmed to these openers. Try the remote to make sure the units were properly cleared. Neither opener should activate if this was done correctly. After units are properly cleared push the learn code button on the opener that you want this remote to open. The learn code led will flash, then press the button on the remote once (learn code goes solid), press the remote a second time ( learn code goes out). Press the remote a 3rd time and opener should activate.
Posted on Jul 14, 2011
Does this opener have intellicode opn it? if so it can teach itself the code. What excactly are you wanting, are you needing to find out what the code is on the opener to program the remote? Is your opener a Genie model also? I also need the model of the remote to find the coding info on this.
This is from Genie themselfs. ( Remotes manufactured after 1996 should work with your Intellicode® opener. Pre-1996 remotes use fixed-code sequencing and are not supported by Genie® Intellicode® technology. If you are unsure about when your controller was manufactured, contact us, your local Genie® retailer or your local Genie® ProTM dealer.)
Posted on Jul 25, 2011
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