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I found a site that you may check out go google -type in www.hydrodoors.co.za/products
they claim to be the home of digidoors. they have an e-mail , email@example.com and a telephone no. 0114749060
even if they are not close to you maybe you can purchase on line and have it sent to you.
Hi there Vusi.
You should have a manual open and close switch on the wall for your Digidoor. You need to find the two wires which control the open and close functions on the Digidoor Trace these back to the Digidoor motor connect these to the Comm and NO terminals. You also need to supply 12V power to the receiver This needs to be connected to the Possitive and Negative terminals on the receiver. These connections originate in the Digidoor motor housing and can be connected right there. Some Digidoor motors have connection terminals for additional remote receivers in the housing. Remember that the minimum connections needed are Positive, Common(Sometimes the common is also the negative supply so you can bridge the common and negative terminals on the receiver) and NO. Then pair the remote with the receiver as per the instructions in the receiver box. If you still cannot come right post pics of the PC boards of your receiver and Digidoor motor and I will identify the connections for you
Limits must be programed. Power down and remove battery power ,press & hold button on motor pc board then apply power still holding button. The door should start running open and close. When it starts you can release button
First thing to check is the power. If this is on, then the only answer is that your green wire linking console button to the motor has a break in it. I found my break at the motor connection - after time this had been bent and weakened and had snapped. I snipped end of green wire (motor side), cut away plastic and reconnected to motor connection with two arrows up and down, and wa la! Try it.
"Another reason is problems with the radio frequency of the remote
control system used, some older systems use frequencies that are liable
to interference from various sources such as police and fire department
radios and military communications. The effects of this interference are
many for example, the garage door may open and close on its own or the
operating range of your remote control may become so poor you cannot
open or close the door with your remote control even whilst standing
next to it." source
- on the wall console press the light toggle button to switch the light off. - press and hold the light toggle button, the light will come on and after 5 seconds go off. - release the button and the light will go on again. - within 30 seconds press the required key on the digi-e key transmitter (your remote control). The light on the digidoor ac/dc will go off. - to confirm press again the same button the transmitter (remote), the light on the digidoor ac/dc will flash foor times. Done
You are receiving interference from the digi door. You will have to return this unit and go with a different one on a different frequency. Chamberlain makes a clicker that would work well with that unit. Thanks BB