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I have a genie promax chain glide2, and it has open 4 times by could someone in the neighborhood be on the same frequency that's causing my door to open. And if so how can I change the frequency/code.


press and hold the learn button for a count of ten. then press and release the button once and then press and hold you remote your remote until you see the light flash. do this for each remote

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I cannot program my receiver Genie ACSR3 to work with a remote Genie GITR-3


check age difference, every so often the codes change and older parts will not work with newer parts

Nov 03, 2014 | Building Materials

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Genie 1024 remote programming


On model 1024 genie garage door the carriage trolley jumping out of the chain what should i do to fix it or replace parts...

Feb 19, 2014 | Genie Company Genie Intellicode GITR-3...

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I have a genie promax chain glide 2 garage door opener. The door will close completely then pop right back up. We noticed their is a black wire (split in a "Y" shape/spliced) haging down about a foot from...


probably the wire fell off one of the Door obstruction sensors
Check the wiring on the little reflector things on the tracks at floor level

Sep 24, 2013 | Garden

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Garage door opener Chamberlain - programming problems


I bought a new keypad and 2 VISOR remote (30498). As to programming garage door opener, I did like here:
programming garage door opener
- it tooks me 20 minutes and works great

Feb 07, 2013 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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Unable to program universal opener with genie pro max garage


Actually, this remote can be used with Genie Garages. See the article here on eHow - I used this to program a KLIK1U to work with my Genie Promax 2 garage. Hope that helps!

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How to program ct 68a remote


Text from manual below. Pictures of manual attached.


TO"LEARN" A FIX CODE PROGRAM FROM ANOTHER UNIT:
1. Press and hold both buttons (1 & 2) on the SPR. The LED will flash three times. Keep holding {for about five
seconds) until the LED flashes again (twice), indicating that it's ready to duplicate your garage door opener's
code. Release both buttons (Fig. 1 ).
2. Place your existing garage door remote and the SPR unit within an inch of each other. Press and hold the
first button on the existing unit while pressing button 1 on the SPR unit. The LED will flash, indicating that it
is learning. Keep holding the buttons until the LED light goes out. At this point, the SPR unit has duplicated
the code (Fig. 2).
3. Follow Step 2 to duplicate another code.
4. Exit the learning mode after duplicating codes by pressing and holding both buttons on the SPR unit. The
LED will flash once to indicate that you have exited learning mode. Examine the unit to see if your codes
were duplicated completely.


TO EXAMINE CODES:
If the remote is programmed correctly, the LED stays lit while the button is pressed.
If code duplication has failed, the LED will flash when the button is pressed. Follow Step 1 again if duplication
has failed.



TO LEARN GENIE ROLLING CODES:
Genie rolling codes require special additional instructions to program. Once step 1 through step 4 of the Fixed Code
Instructions are completed, you must do the following:
A. Pra•ce the SPR on the top surface near the rear of the original Genie
Remote instead of setting the two units side by side during Step 2 of the
Fixed Code Instruction; shown as Fig. 3
B: Press the Learn Code Button on the Genie Unit. The LED on it will keep
flashing.
C: Press the program button on the SPR. The LED on the Genie Unit will stop
flashing and become a solid glow
D: Press the same button on the SPR for the second time- turning off the
LED light on Genie Unit and finish the Genie Code Duplication.
E: Follow the EXAMINE CODE section of the fixed code instruction to test code duplication.
F. Follow the above steps if you wish to duplicate another Genie Code on your SPR.
NOTE:
If the first time you only programmed one button on your SPR, and you would like to program the second button later
on, either with FIXED CODE or GENIE ROLLING CODE, you will have to REPEAT step one of the fixed code
instruction to enter the leaning mode; then follow the instruction listed previously. After duplication, you will have to
repeat step 4 of the fixed code instruction for exit learning mode as well. This is very important.

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Nov 07, 2011 | Brookstone 538744 Remote Control

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I can move the chain freely by hand but when I hit


Sounds like you are in need of replacement gears. It is like the transmission going out in your car. I would leave this to a pro but if you want to do it parts can be found at genie.com or overheaddoor.com. Thanks BB

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The motor on my Genie Chain Glide garage door operator runs but the chain does not run or move.


If the chain does not move but the motor runs then you have stripped the internal gears. I would replace here. These chain glide units are not very strong. There might be a chance the chain is telescoping down the rail but the trolley is not hooked up. Pull the red cord back toward the motor to engage. Thanks BB

Dec 29, 2009 | Genie Company Genie PowerLift Excelerator...

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