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/ ® Owners anual 00000 Garage Door Opener CAUTION PLEASE READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY Model 139.53315SR " , 1 / 3HP CONTENTS PAGE Safety Rules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Model 139.53415SR - 1 / 2HP Operation of Your Opener . . . . . . . 33 Maintenance Schedule . . . . . . . . . Model 139.53615SR = 1 / 2HP Features of Your Opener . . . . . . . . 4 Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Model 139.53625SR - 1 / 2HP Accessories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Carton Check List . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 You'll Need Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Model 139.53699SR _ 1 / 2HP Assembly . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 69 Installation Information . . . . . . . . . Installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Force & Limit Adjustment . . . . . . . . 17 Safety Reverse Test . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 SettingtChanging Code . . . . . . . . . 19 Having a Problem ? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Repair Parts , Rail Assembly . . . . . . 22 Repair Parts , Installation . . . . . . . . 22 FASTEN THIS MANUAL NEAR THE GARAGE DOOR AFTER Repair Parts , Chassis Assembly . . 23 INSTALLATION , PERIODIC CHECKS OF THE OPENER ARE How To Order Repair Parts . . . . . . 24 REQUIRED TO INSURE SATISFACTORY OPERATION . Maintenance Agreements . . . . . . . . 24 Sears Warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 FOR RESIDENTIAL USE ONLY , , , = , = , , NIU = I , , I . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Start By Reading These important Safety Rules , H , , , , , , , , , , , , I , JL , = ' ' L L = = , = = = 1 , , , = , , H NH , , = , , THIS SAFETY ALERT SYMBOL MEANS CAUTION _ - - PERSONAL SAFETY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE INSTRUCTION , READ THESE INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY , THIS GARAGE DOOR OPENER IS DESIGNED AND TESTED TO OFFER REASONABLY SAFE SERVICE PROVIDED IT IS INSTALLED AND OPERATED IN STRICT ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS ° FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR PROPERTY DAMAGE ° , = H , , , , , , = H , . . . , . , , , , , , . , , H H , , , , , H , , , , . , J J N , , , , CAUTION : IF YOUR GARAGE HAS NO SERVICE ENTRANCE DOOR , INSTALL MODEL 53702 EMERGENCY RELEASE KEYLOCK ( PAGE 4 ) . THIS ACCESSORY ALLOWS MANUAL OPERA " [ ' ION OF GARAGE DOOR FROM OUTSIDE IN CASE OF POWER FAILURE . THE SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM TEST IS VERY KEEP GARAGE DOOR BALANCED . Sticking or binding doors must be repaired . Garage doom , IMPORTANT ( page 18 ) . Your garage door MUST door springs , cables , pulleys , brackets and their reverse on contact with a 1 _ obstacle placed on hardware are under extreme tension and can the floor . Failure to properly adjust the opener may result in serious personal injury from a cause serious personal injury . DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LOOSEN , MOVE OR ADJUST closing garage door . REPEAT THE TEST AT LEAST ONCE EVERY THREE MONTHS AND THEM . Call a garage door serviceman . MAKE NEEDED ADJUSTMENTS . Fasten the CAUTION LABEL adjacent to Lighted DO NOT WEAR RINGS , WATCHES OR LOOSE CLOTHING while installing or servicing a garage Push Button as a reminder of safe operating door opener . procedures . Install Lighted Push Button ( or any additional To avoid serious personal injury from entangle - ment , REMOVE ALL ROPES CONNECTED 10 push buttons ) IN A LOCATION WHERE THE GARAGE DOOR IS VISIBLE , BUT OUT OF THE ; THE GARAGE DOOR before installing the REACH OF CHILDREN . DO NOT ALLOW garage door opener . CHILDREN TO OPERATE THE WALL PUSH BUTTON ( S ) OR TRANSMITTER . Serious DISENGAGE ALL EXISTING GARAGE DOOR personal inlury from a closing garage door may LOCKS to avoid damage to garage door . result from misuse of the opener . CAUTION : Activate opener only when the door is in full view , free of obstructions and opener Installation and wiring must be in compliance is properly adjusted ° NO ONE SHOULD ENTER OR LEAVE THE GARAGE WHILE DOOR IS IN with your local building and electrical codes . MOTION . DO NOTALLOW CHILDREN TO PLAY CONNECT THE POWER CORD ONLY TO A PROPERLY GROUNDED OUTLET . NEAR THE DOOR . LIGHTWEIGHT FIBERGt . ASS , ALUMINUM AND Use the emergency release ONLY to disengage STEEL DOORS MUST BE SUBSTANTIALLY the trollcy and , if possible , ONLY when the door is closed . DO NOT USE THE RED EMERGENCY REINFORCED TO AVOID DOOR DAMAGE . ( See HANDLE TO PULL DOOR OPEN OR CLOSED . page 153 The best solution is to check with your garage door manufacturer for an opener installation reinforcement kit , DO NOT USE THE FORCE ADJUSTMENTS TO DISCONNECT ELECTRIC POWER TO GARAGE COMPENSATE FOR A BINDING OR STICKING DOOR OPENER BEFORE MAKING REPAIRS OR GARAGE DOOR ° Excessive force will interfere REMOVING COVERS . with the proper operation of the safety reverse system or damage the garage door ( page 17 ) _
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O Serat , on of Your Opener BEFORE YOU PROCEED , PLEASE READ THE e DO NOT PERMIT CHILDREN TO PLAY IN DOOR SAFETY RULES ON PAGE 2 AND OPERATING AREA . INSTRUCTIONS ON THIS PAGE CAREFULLY . e OPERATE ONLY WHEN OPENER IS PROPERLY TO AVOID DIFFICU / L , TY DURING INSTALLATION , DO ADJUSTED AND THE DOOR IS VISIBLE AND NOT RUN OPENER UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SOs UNOBSTRUCTED . WHEN OPENER tS ACTIVATED : USING THE OPENER 1 . If open , the door will close , if closed , the door will open Your opener can be activated by any of the following devices : 1 _ The 3 - Function Transmitter . Hold the LARGE push but - 2 . If closing , the door will reverse ton down until the door starts to move . . 3 - If opening , the door wiFIstop ( allowing space for entry and 2 _ The Well Push Button ° Hold push button down until the exit of pets and for fresh air ) door starts to move . 4o If the door has been stopped in a partially open position , it will close . 3 . The Key Switch or Touch Code Transmitter accessories ° Described on page 4 5 . If an obstruction is encountered while closing , the door will OPENING THE DOOR MANUALLY reverse . 84If an obstruction is encountered while opening , the door THE DOORSHOULD BE FULLYCLOSEDIF POSSIBLF . LWEAK RORLLY will stop BROKEN SPRINGS COULD ALLOW AN OPEN DOOR TO JFAU RAPIDLY _ PROPERTYDAMAGEORSERIOUSPERSONAL IN 7 - If the optional ' infrared Sensor ' is installed , the garage door COULD RESULT . DO NOT USE EMERGENCYHANDLE TO PULL will reverse in the closing cycle when the invisible beam DOOR OPEN OR CLOSED . is broken . An open door will not close when beam is broken . The door can be operated manually by disconnecting it from The sensor has no effect in the opening cycle . the opener . Pull down sharply on the red emergency release OPENER LIGHT will turn on under the following conditions : handle and lift the door manualty . . To automatically reconnect when the opener is initially plugged in ; when the power is the door to the opener , press the Wall Push Button . interrupted ; when the opener is activated . It will turn off auto - LOCKOUT FEATURE : prevents trolley from reconnecting matically after 4 _ , _ minutes . Bulb size 75 watts maximum . automatically , If you need to use this feature , pull emergency handle down and back ( toward the opener ) _ Trolleywill remain " Lock , d - Out " and door can be raised and lowered manually . To reconnect trolley , pull emergency handle straight dowm CARE OF THE OPENER When properly installed , opener will l : _ OVidehigh performance CHAIN TENSION ADJUSTMENT : After installation of the with a minimum of maintenance , The opener does not require opener and adjustment of forces and limits , the chain may : additional lubrication . appear loose . This is normal , To check the chain tension disconnect the trolley by pullingthe red emergengy handle . Most complaints of unsatisfactory opener operation can be If the chain returns to the position described and tillustrateds _ traced to problems with the door itself . When operated in Step 5 page 9 , DO NOT make ANY further adjustman manually , a properly balanced door will stay in any point of travel while being supported entirely by its springs . TRANSMITTER : The 3 - functiontransmitter willoperate more than one garage door opener , if desired . The push buttons THE OPENER IS NOT INTENDED TO CORRECT ANY may also be used to operate other 53000 and / or53000SRtoan PROBLEMS THAT ARE CAUSED BY AN UNBALANCED OR Seriesdevices . The standardtransmitter may be securedc BINDING DOOR , BROKEN DOOR SPRINGS OR BY FAULTY car sunvisor with clip provided . Additional transmitters DOOR HARDWARE . be purchased at any time _ Refer to Accessories on page 4 . LIMIT AND FORCE ADJUSTMENTS : These adjustments Any new transmitters must be set to the same code as the must be checked and progedy set when opener is installed , original transmitterand receiver . Page 19 explains how toth Only a screwdriver is required . P , _ ge 17 refers to the limit and change your existing code and use the transmitter ( s ) wi force adjustments . Follow instructions carefully . other 53000 end , or 53000SR Series receivers _ Self service REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST AFTER ANY ADUST - of your radio controls is not recommended . If service is MENT OF FORCE AND / OR LIMITS . Weather conditions needed , contactyour nearest Sears Service Center . may cause'some minor changes in door operation requir - TRANSMITTER BATTERY : The 12 Volt battery eshouldryn Ing some readjustments , particularly during the first year producepower for at least one year . As long as the batteh of operation . power is adequate , the transmitter test light will glow w THE SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM IS IMPORTANT ( See the push button is pressed ( and the opener or other controlIf Wpg1 , 8 ) . GARAGE DOOR MUST REVERSE ON CONTACTR . will operate ) , tf light doesn't come on , replace the battery . ITH A ONE - INCH OBSTACLE PLACED ON THE FLOO transmission range lessens , check battery test light . FAILURE TO PROPERLY ADJUST OPENER MAY RESULT TO CHANGEBATTERY : Slidethe battery compartment covery IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY FROM A CLOSING down ( or removecover screw ) . Position new 12Volt batter GARAGE DOOR . as directed . MAINTENANCE OF YOUR OPENER TWICE A YEAR AT LEAST 4 ' TIMES A YEAR CHECK CHAIN TENSION . Adjust if necesseryr MANUALLY OPERATE DOOR . If it is unbalanced or binding , call for professional garage door service . ONCE A YEAR CHECK TO BE SURE DOOR OPENS & CLOSES FULLY . Adjust Limits and / or Force if necessary . OIL DOOR ROLLERS , BEARINGS AND HINGES . REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST _ Make any necessary adjustments ( see page 18 ) .
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1 , Motor : Permanently lubricated with automatic reset . 5 . Digital Radio Controls : The code can be easily changed by the owne _ : , 2 . , Opener Light : Turns on and off automatically with 4 ¥ 2 minute illumination for your safety and convenience 6 . 3 - Function Transmitter : Has three push buttons Each button can activate one or more Light Control and , or & Safety System : Independent up and down force garage door opener . The opener receiver is factory adjustment , The door reverses automatically when preset to activate with LARGE transmitter push button , obstructed in DOWN direction The door STOPS when obstructed in UP position 7 . Emergency Disconnect : Pull cord disconnect permits manual door operation . 4 . Easy Limit Adjustment : Limits of door opening and 8 . Automatic Reconnect : The trolley halves reconnect closing adjusted by turning screws without removing chassis cover . for automatic operation when the opener is energized after emergency disconnect rill iiill Ulll . . . . . . . . . . SPECIFICATIONS SAFETY Personal . . . . . . . . Push button and automatic reversal in MOTOR down direction . Push button and Auto . matic stop in UP direction Type Permanent split capacitor Electronic . . . . . . . . independent UP and DOWN force ad - Speed 1500 rpm justment screws Volts t20 Volts AC - 60 Hz = Only Electrica ! . . . . . . . . Motor overload protector & iow voltage Ct , _ rrent 4,5 amperes push button wiring Limit device . . . . Circuit actuated by limit nut DRIVE MECHANISM Limit adjustment Screwdriver adjuslment on side panel Gears Start circuit . . . . . . Low voltage push button or radio t6 : l worm gear reduction control Drive Chain & cable with two - plece trolley on steel Tee - rail DIMENSIONS Length of travel Adjustable to 71 / 2 feet Travel rate 6 to 8 inches per second Length ( overafl ) . . . . t24 inches Lamp , On when door starts in travel , off 41 / 2 Headroom required 2 inches minutes after stop , Hanging weight . 32 pounds Door finkage Adjustable door arm . Puti cord trol ! ey release i i , J , l , llll lU , Ji . J . . , . i . i . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . i , lu , i , i u i i i i , , i J _ llllt , l , , tutl = l I I I I . . . I ACCESSORIES are illustrated below with Sears stock Sears offers many useful accessories for your garage door opener . They numbers and descriptions . u U , lll i i , i nlll , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53778 EXTRA TRANSMITTER : 53710 INFRARED REVERSING SENSOR : An optional system which provides ! ¢ . " i auxiliary support to the safety features built into your opener , , If the system's t Standard size . Includes visor clip . inws _ ble beam is broken , a closing i door will reverse and an open door will not close . 53758 EXTRA TRANSMITTER : 53717 OPEN DOOR INDICATOR : Mini , with key ring . Provides an illuminated signal when 0 your garage door is open . OUTDOOR KEY SWITCH : Opens the garage door automatically TOUCH CODE TRANSMITTER : from outside when transmitter is net Enables homeowner to operate garage handy . door opener from outside by entering code en specialty designed keyboard 53709 DOOR CLEARANCE BRACKETS : ( For Sectional Doors Only ) EMERGENCY RELEASE KEYLOCK REQUIRED for a garage with NO Replace top brackets and rollers on service door . , door to reduce height of door travel . Allows manual operation of garage For use when installing opener in Y 2i7 door from outside in case of power garage with low headroom clearance . i failure . 4
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mi . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . _ 1,1,1 ii nl ii , ii nnll u , i , i i , lul , , u ¸ i ul ii ii i , ! i i , i , CARTON CHECK LIST SEARS has packaged your GARAGE DOOR OPENER in two cartons which contain all the parts and hardware illustrated below and on Page 22 . Rag Lighl Transmitters ( 21 , Touch Code Mini Cover Grease Lens exce . _ 53415 , 53315 Tr ' , . msmitter Transmitlet & 53899 ( 1 only ) 13953625 ONLY 13g 53699 ONLY SEPARATE ALL HARDWARE FOR ASSEMBLY AND INSTALLATION PROCEDURES AS SHOWN BELOW . INSTALLATION HARDWARE ASSEMBLY HARDWARE ii ( iii - ( ( ( ! ilfiii ( ii I ! ' t ( © Threa _ ed T ¢ oliey Rod Clevis Pin ( . t ) 5116 " x 2 _ 3 / 4 " Carriage Bolt 5 / 16 " - 1B x 2 - ! 12 _ ( 2 ) Ringer Fasten ( 3 ) Rope ( _ Lockwashe _ ) ' 5 , ' _ 6 " ( 4 Washered Screw Master Link 5 / 16 " - 18 x 112 " " ( mounted in chassis ) { 2 ) _ 121 N16 " - 18 ( 5 ) lt4 " - 20 x 1 / 2 " ( 4 ) Hex Screw Carriage Bolt Q & _ 16 " - 18 x 7 / 8 " ( 3 ) L _ ) ckNut 1 / 4 " - 20 x 112 " ( 41 • unrl , lrlt II , Jul , i , In U , , in , , i , i i i u i , i1 , 1 ii i n i , i i ilul ilu YOU'LL NEED TOOLS During assembly and Installation of your opener , the instructions will call for the use of various hand tools . Have a stepladder handy , and those tools illustrated below ; hammer , electric drill ( & 3116 " and 5 / 16 " dr111bits ) , screwdriver , adjustable end wrench or socket wrench kit , wire cutters , tape measure , pliers and hack saw . P _ iers Hack Saw Tape Measure Wire Cutters Claw Hammer Screwdriver S [ epladder Adjustable End W _ er _ ch
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Assembly TO AVOID INSTALLATION DIFFICULTIES , DO NOT RUN THE GARAGE DOOR OPENER UNTIL INSTRUCTED TO DO SO . STEP 1 Assemble Tee Rail & Attach Cable Pulley Bracket J = = = , = , , H = H H = , , , , u , , , , , , , , , , , = J , , , , , , , , , , , , , = ' = = = , = = , , , , , , , , , i , , , , , , = ! CAUTION : Do not tighten the lock nuts until bolt necks ate seated in square holes , _ 14 " Lm _ kNut The end sections of the rail MUST be connected to the center section from the direction shown in the illustration , PROCEDURE : Place the 3 Tee ral ! sections on a fiat Otherwise , the trolley will hit against surfac _ for assembly . THIS IS IMPORTANT . The endS the nut when installed ( Pg . 7 ) . sections are identical . THE CENTER SECTION BRACE MUST BE POSITIONED AGAINST THE END SECTIONS AS SHOWN ° Make sure that the " directional arrow " is pointing toward the fTont ( to door ) _ Study the illustration CAREFULLY . ( When assembled , Tee rail has a front - to - back position as shown . ) Bolt rail sections together with the hz _ lware illustrated and from Ihe direction indicated . SQUARE NECKS ON THE CARRIAGE BOLTS MUST BE SEATED IN THE SQUARE HOLES IN RAIL SECTIONS . Tea P _ t ( End Section ) FRONT ( TO DOOR ) Position the cable pulley bracket on front end of tee rail as shown . Fasten securely with the hardware provided , IMPORTANT : When tightening screws , be sure to keep bracket parallel to rail . Otherwise , rail m _ rf bow when opener is operated . ii ii i i ii1 , 11111i1i , 1 = 11 iflll iii i ii . . . . . . . . . . . . = , 6
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Assembly i iiii n , 1,1 , i , i , i ii , uu , , , 11u11 , , i null , STEP 2 Install Trofley Ul illUU , , lll 11111J , Ul i iiii ii I , , llLJ I u I AS A TEMPORARY STOP , INSERT A SCREWDRIVER T , oHyE % . , f _ . , _ _ , _ INTO HOLE IN FRONT END OF TEE RAiL AS SHOWN . _ - - - - _ 1 , At _ ch threaded shaft to trolley withtockw _ her and nuts _ , , " _ _ - asshown . fr " . - " 2 . Slide trolley assembly along rail to screwdriver stopo J _ J " _ _ " NOTE : If trolley hits against the nut on Tee rail , center SJJ I section was attached from wrong side and must be . . / , ' - . _ j _ re _ sitioned . Review Step t . . _ f _ " SJ Temporary Stop . . _ , _ J ' - _ _ TtoHey _ _ i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i , i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . in , , i i , uu , , ilU n ii , u , , , , , , i , n i1 , , 1 ! tl , llll _ lll , , ii , JiJi u uln . , , , u , STEP 3 Attach Tee Rail To Opener Chassis i , i i iiii i iii i , i , ii , ii IIHII iii i USE ONLY THOSE SCREWS MOUNTED IN TOP OF OPENER CHASSIS . FAILURE TO DO Hex Screw SO WILL CAUSE SERIOUS DAMAGE TO THE 5 / t6 " - 18x7 / 8 " OPENER . PROCEDURE : Place the opener chassis on packing material to protect the cover , For convenient , place a Tee Rail support under the cable pulley bracket . , ( Back Section ) Remove 5 / 16 " - 18 x 1 / 2 " w _ hered screws mounted in top of opener chassis . Align holes in back end of Tee rail with holes in opener chassis . Fasten the _ il to the chassis with washered screws p _ viously removed , CAUTION ; USE ONLY THESE SCREWS ! Use of any other screv _ will cau _ serious damage to door opener . Tighten screws securely ° losert a 5116 , - 18 x 718 " w _ hered screw into trolley stop hole in the Tee rail _ shown . Tighten securely with a 5116 " loc _ asher and nut .
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Assembly i i iii ii , iii , , JIJ , , llJ , lL , II I , , , , , , ' , , ii , , i , , , 11 , , 11 i , i , ii , i i _ 11 ii1 STEP 4 Install Chain and Cable , iiii i111 , ! l Lii iii ii iiiiiiiiii I IIIII ii III II ii , 11,111111 Lii DO NOT REMOVE CHAIN AND CABLE FROM CARTON . Detach cable from side of carton and fasten to trolley with B lnstaI | cChainl _ inThisI _ re n a master link from coin envelope , OpenerCh _ , _ s MASTER LINK PROCEDURE : Push pins of master link bar through loop of cable and hole in front end of trolley ( A ) as shown ° Push cap over pins and onto notches . Slide clip - on spring over cap and onto pin notches until both pins are locked in place . Caution : Keep the chain taut while installing to help prevent kinking . With trolley against the screwdriver , dispense cable around pulley . Proceed back around opener sprocket ( B _ . be sure sprocket teeth engage chain - and forward to the threaded trolley shaft ( C ) . Use second master link to connect the chain to the fiat end of shaft as shown . Check to make sure chain is not twisted , REMOVE SCREWDRIVER . A ATTACH SPROCKET COVER TO CHASSIS : Insert back tab in chassis slot . Then bend cover forward and insert front tab in slot provided on mounting plate . P _ ate Tab Slot . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , , 1111 , [ H " , , _ llJ , , , m , , , , , , 1 II I 8
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Assembly Hit I i , , , i I III I , I , I IIIlllll II I , H , , I STEP 5 Tighten the Chain and Cable , , , , H , , " H I I = " = HI , I , , H , , , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Loosen Lock Tighten CAUTION : Keep the chain from twisting as nuts are turned . PROCEDURE : Thread the outer nut toward troltey as shown . ( Loosen inner nut first , if necessary . ) Tension is correct when the chain is approximately 1t2 " above the base of the Tee rail , midway between puIley bracket and chassis . Tro ( { _ To maintain proper lension , make sure inner nut is re - tightened . Chin Sprocket noise can result if chain is either too loose or too tight , . , - . - - - 1 / 2 Inch CAUTION : Do not overtighten the chain . Refer to i Page 3 . Base of Tee R _ I ASSEMBLY OF YOUR GARAGE DOOR OPENER IS NOW COMPLETE . BEFORE YOU PROCEED WITH THE INS'I'ALLATION OF YOUR GARAGE DOOR OPENER , BE SURE TO COMPLY WIT _ ALL SAFETY RULES . KEEP GARAGE DOOR BALANCED . STICKING OR BINDING DOORS MUST BE REPAIRED . THE GARAGE DOOR , DOOR SPRINGS , CABLES , PULLEYS , BRACKETS AND THEIR HARDWARE ARE UNDER EXTREME TENSION AND CAN CAUSE SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY . DO NOT ATTEMPT TO LOOSEN , MOVE OR ADJUST THEM ° CALL A GARAGE DOOR SERVICEMAN . DO NOT WEAR WATCHES , RINGS OR LOOSE CLOTHING WHILE INSTALLING OR SERVICING A DOOR OPENER . % AS YOU PROCEED WITH THE REMAINING INSTRUCTIONS IN THIS OWNERS MANUAL , YOU MAY FIND IT HELPFUL 3 " 0 REFER TO THE FOLLOWING ILUJSTRATION OF THE FULLY ASSEMBLED AND INSTALLED GARAGE DOOR OPENER ° : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iii1 , _ , i H N HHHI llJ , ll , I , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . HI H HI , HHI Power Cord Lights Arm Len O O Eme _ ency Chessis Trolley Release Curved Door oDoor Arm . . . . , ll , ii ii i i i , , i i i i , ii , i i i , _ , ul , , , . . , i i ii , i IS RECOMMENDED THAT THE OPENER BE INSTALLED 7 FEET OR MORE ABOVE FLOOR WHERE SPACE PERMITS . CERTAIN INSTALLATION PROCEDURES VARY ACCORDING TO GARAGE DOOR TYPES . WHERE THE DIFFERENCES OCCUR , BE SURE TO FOLLOW ONLY THOSE INSTRUCTIONS WHICH APPLY TO YOUR DOOR CONSTRUCTION .
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installation i , ! , i ii , iiii i , , i , , i i , iiii1 , 11 i i i i , ii iiii . . . : : . . . . . . . iii iiii L ii iiiiiii , 11 iiiii Position and Instafl Header Bracket STEP 1 installation procedures vary according to garage door types . Follow only those instruc - tions which apply to your door as tllustratedo i i iii i IL iii i . . . . : = THE HEADER BRACKET MUST BE RIGIDLY FASTENED TO THE HEADER WALL . REINFORCE THE WALL WiTH 2x4 IF NECESSARY . FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN IMPROPER OPERATION OF SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM ( SEE PAGE 18 ) + INSTALLATION 1o With the door closed , locate and mark the vertical SECTIONAL DOOR AND centerline of garage door . Extend line onto header wall above the door . l - PIECE DOOR WITH TRACK 2 . Locate height for header bracket by opening door to highest point of travel as shown . Draw an intersecting ONE - PIECEDOOR horizontal line on header wail 2 " above high point . This SECTIONAL DOOR CURVED TRACK HORIZONTALTRACKE height provides travel clearance for top edge of door . JAMB HARbWAR Ceiling NOTE : When the headroom is not sufficient for 2 " Header clearance , the bottom edge of bracket may be placed _ cket parallel to the high point of travel Door Clearance Brackets ere designed for low headroom installations ( page 4 ) . They replace top brackets and milers on the garage door , thereby Track lowering the high point of door travel . Installation instructions are contained in the accessory carton . { _ ackel . / i / 3 . Position bracket as shown ( bottom edge of bracket on I " I , , _ H _ hest I . F P _ nt o ! herizortal line ) . Mark either top and bottom or left and right bracket holes . Drill 3 / 16 " pilot holes and fasten y " Travel bracket . i , , , i , i ii i r i i ir ii , J , IIIIL , i irlll , lll ijlll ii , iii iiiiii1 , 1111 INSTALLATION t . Follow instructionsas describeidn 1 above . 1 - PIECE DOOR WITHOUT TRACK 2 . Locateheight for header bracket by opening doot : to highestpoint oftravelas shown . Measure the distance from top of door to floor , Subtractactual height of door . Add 8 " tothe remainder . Refer to examplebelow . ONE PIECE DOOR ONE PIECE DOOR NOTE : If total numberof inches exceedsthe height NO TRACK . . . . . " NO TRACKWARE available in your garage , use the maximum heighte JAMB HARDWARE PIVOT HARD possets . On finished ceilings , do not position th bracket closer than 1 / 2 " from ceiling . HighestPo { nt 3 Measudng frem top of door draw an intersecting Header of Trey ! ! horizontlainle onthe headerwallat determinedheight . Position the bottom edge of header bracket on the horizontal line , centeringbracket on verticleline , Mark either topand bottom or left and rightholes ° Drill 3 / 16 " pilot holes andfasten the bracket with 5 / 16 " xl - 7 / 8 " lag screws as shown above , Door EXAMPLE Distance from lop of door ( at highest pointof travel ) to floor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 92 " Actual height of door . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 88 " Remainder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 " Add . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . + . 8 " Bracket height on header wall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 " ( Measure UP from top of doer in closed position . ) i i ii i , i i , 11 . , . , , i . 10
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| n3tallation ii ill ii , _ , , , , , . . . . . . . . . . . . . , i ! i i nl I , , , IL , i , n i , , , i , i , . . . . ii H i ml , i STEP 2 Attach Tee Rail to Header Bracket PROCEDURE : Position opener chassis on garage floor below the header bracket , Use packin 3 matedaI base to protect cover ° NOTE : To enable the Tee rail to clear sectional door springs , it may be necessary to lift the chassis onto a temporary support , CAUTION : Chassis must either be secured to support or held firmly In place by another person . Raise the Tee rail until pulley and header brackets come together . Align bracket holes and join with clevis pin as shown , , Insert ring fastener to secure ° Pac _ kingdal M . ate in H h " IIIIIII IIIII , IlL I I ' I ' 1 UH II I , HIIrll I I , I , , I II Illu , _ STEP 3 Position Opener Chassis Follow instructions which apply to your door type as illustrated . iiiH lille II , iiiiii I iHililflilli I li i ili ' i i i ' i I ii . . . . . . . . . . TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO ALL LIGHTWEIGHT DOORS AND DOORS WITH WINDOWS , DO NOT REST THE OPENER ON THE DOOR _ INSTALLATION INSTALLATION SECTIONAL & ONE - PIECE ONE - PIECE DOOR DOOR WITH TRACK WITH NO TRACK NOTE : A 2x4 is convenient for setting an ideal door - PROCEDURE : Measurethe distance from floorto top of to - Tee rail distance , tt is not necessery where headroom door ( in fully open positionand parallel to the floor ) , ts Insufficient . Using a stepladderas a support , raiseopener chassisto PROCEDURE : Raise the opener chassis onto a step - the same distancefromthefloor ( chassiswill have a stight ladder , Open garage door , Place a 2x4 on top section of angle as shown ) . door near centedine as shown below , Rest Tee rail on 2x4 ° The topof the doorshould be level withthe top of opener , For maximum efficiency , do notposition opener chassis more than 2 inches above this point . Top of Opener in , i . ill i , lul Hn , i I , HI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i . . . . . 11
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In . otallation . , , , , , , , , i ii , 11,1 , ! , 11 i , , N , i1 , , , , , , , i , , , , , STEP 4 Hang Opener Chassis THE OPENER CHASSIS MUST BE SECURELY FASTENED TO A STRUCTURAL SUPPORT OF GARAGE . Three representative installations are shown . Yours may be different . Hanging brackets should be angled ( Fig . l ) or crossed ( Fig . 2 ) to provide rigid support , On finished ceilings ( Fig . 3 ) , attach a sturdy metal bracket ( not supplied ) to ceiling joists before installing opener . PROCEDURE : On EACH side of the opener measure the _ . . , . _ . . . . _ . _ _ FtGU _ E2 distance from chassis to the structural supports , Ratten one end of each bracket and bend or twist to fit _ ' - - _ the fastening angles , Do not bend at the bracket holes . _ - - - - - _ - . . . . , . _ Drill 3 / 16 " pilotho _ esin the structural supports . Attach flat - Cteuntedbotehndpsiecoefsbroafctkheetshatnogisnugppborratsckewt ithto r5e / 1q6u " irexdl - 7 / le8n " gthlasg , screws ° Lift opener and fasten to hanging bracket as shown . Check sl _ he _ , _ . _ . _ to make sure Tee rail is centered over door . REMOVE ' " " _ N _ ' _ _ _ . _ " * _ - " _ _ _ 2X4o Operate door manually . If door hits the rail , raise header bracket , Grease the top and underside of rail surface on | which trolley slides . A tube of grease is supplied . ] Bracke [ FIGURE 3 FINISHED ( Not Supplied ) CEILING iii1 , i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii H i , , , H , , , , f , , , i , , i i , , STEP 5 Attach Emergency Release Rope & Handle iii i i i MI II I I , III I III IIIII1 , 1111 II I _ . . . . . . i . i USE EMERGENCY RELEASE ROPE ONLY TO DISENGAGE TROLLEY . DO NOT USE ROPE AND HANDLE TO PULL THE DOOR OPEN OR CLOSED , PROCEDURE : Thread one end of rope through hole in top of red handle so ' NOTICE ' reads right side up as shown _ Secure with an overhand knot ° NOTE : Knot should be at least 1 " from end of the rope to prevent slipping . Release Arm Rope Thread other end of rope through hole in release arm of outer trolley . Adjust rope length so that handle is 6 feet above the floor . Secure with an overhand knot as above . G _ - - - R Emergency elease Handle Overha _ NOTE : If it is necessary to cut rope , heat seal cut end with a match or lighter to prevent fraying and / or raveling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , ! , l ¸ , H , I i , i i / , , 12
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installation i , u , , , , i , , , . i , , u i STEP 6 Install Waft Push Button i i i , i , ii ii , , 11 nl , liH , m LOCATE WALL PUSH BUTTON ( OR ANY ADDITIONAL PUSH BUTTONS ) WHERE THE GARAGE DOOR IS VISIBLE , AWAY FROM DOOR AND DOOR HARDWARE AND OUT OF THE REACH OF CHILDREN , " SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY FROM A MOVING GARAGE DOOR MAY RESULT FROM MISUSE OF THE OPENER . DO NOT ALLOW CHILDREN TO OPERATE WALL PUSH BUTTON ( S ) OR THE TRANSMITTER , FASTEN THE CAUTION LABEL ON THE WALL NEAR WALL PUSH BUTTON AS A REMINDER OF SAFE OPERATING PROCEDURES PROCEDURE : Remove about a 114 " of insulation from each end of the 2 - strand bell wire . Connect one end to the DOOR BELL - TYPE screw terminals on the back of wal ! push button ( or LIGHTED PUSH BUTTON WALL PUSH BLrTTON doorbell - type push button ) as shown . Terminal Screws Top Installation Fasten the wall push button with 6ABxl " sheet mete } Flange screws , The doorbell4ype push button has 6ABxl - 1 / 2 " sheet metal screws , Use anchors if attaching to dry watlo Install on an inside garage deor A convenient place is side the _ i _ _ r and OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN . Run the belf wire up the wall and acres the ceiling to the garage d _ r o _ ner . Secure with insulated stapEes , The receiver terminals and the antenna are located on the back panel of the opener chassis F _ sition antenna wire as showm Then cennect the wire by color to the white and red o _ ner terminal screws , , Terminal Screws Borlom In s _ allation Flange Opener Terrn _ n , ld Screws Ughted Pushbut _ on Rear P a , , lel of Opener OPERATION OF THE WALL PUSH BUTTON WIRING INSTRUCTIONS FOR ACCESSORIES Infrared Reveming Sensor : Press and release to open or close door . To white and black opener terminals Press and rele _ again to REVERSE door during CLOSING cycle or to STOP door during OPENING Outdoor Key Switch : cycie . To red and white opener terminals i lll i ii iiiii , ! l Ill , Illl ulull , _ nL 13
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] nstaliation ILLII II I II , _ l ! l , , I II , I , I , , I , , , , I I Ill STEP 7 Install Light and Lens . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ii ll , , ill i , , i , i , i , i , , i INSTALLING LIGHT : Install a 75 watt maximun light bulb in socket as shown ° The light will turn on and remafn lit for 4 - 1 / 2 minutes when power is connected , , After 4d12 minutes it will turn off _ If light bulb burns out prematurely due to vibration , Lens Guide replace with s bulb specifically packaged for " Garage Door Openers " . INSTALLING LENS : Sllde the lens into the guides as shown , Snap the bottom tabs into lens stots , 75 Watt Max Lens Tab Light Bulb illl ii ill i H i i , ii H , i iii H i lll , , , , , ii , HI , iii i i iii , i i i , illl i , ill ii • • • STEP 8 Connect Electric Power FI , , , , , J i = ll i , i i illlJ i i i , i llJ i i i I , H ii ! , i ii i ii ii TO AVOID SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY FROM ENTANGLEMENT , REMOVE ALL ROPES CONNECTED TO THE GARAGE DOOR BEFORE OPERATING OPENER . TO AVOID DAMAGE TO GARAGE DOOR AND OPENER , MAKE DOOR LOCKS INOPERATIVE BEFORE CONNECTING ELECTRIC POWER . USE A WOOD SCREW OR NA | L TO HOLD THE LOCKS IN " OPEN " ( UNLOCKED ) POSITION . INSTALLATION & WIRING MUST BE IN COMPLIANCE WITH LOCAL ELECTRICAL AND BUILDING CODES . OPERATION AT OTHER THAN 120V 60Hz WILL CAUSE OPENER MALFUNCTION AND DAMAGE . Opener MUST be permanently wired or plugged into a grounded 3 - prong receptacle wired according to local etec - trical codes . DO NOT use a 2 - wlre adapter . DO NOT use PERMANENT WIRING an extension cord ° CONNECTION Ground Tab Green Ground Wire RIGHT WRONG ( Ground ) IF LOCAL CODES REQUIRE PERMANENT WIRING : DISCONNECT THE POWER AT THE FUSE BOX BEFORE PROCEEDING . PROCEDURE : Refer to [ llustratiom Make connection White ' through the 7 / 8 " diameter hole in top of opener chassis ° Wire ' 1 . Remove opener chassis cover by removing the cover screws CAUTION : BE SURE THAT THE UNIT IS GROUNDED 2 , Remove attached 313rong cord . ACCORDING TO LOCAL CODE . & Connect the black ( line ) wire to black wire on terminal IMPORTANT NOTE : TO AVOID INSTALLA'rlQN block ; whtta ( neutral ) wire to the white terminal wire ; DIFFICULTIES , DO NOT RUN OPENER NOW . tim green ( ground ) wire to green ground screw ° . . . . . . . . . . . . . . H i ii , i i 14
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Installation H i , ill nl i i i ill ii m , ll , iHii iH , i nl i ! . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , , , rl , ill , , it i i , u , lll STEP 9 Instau Door Bracket and Plate Follow instructions which apply to your door type as illustrated below . TO PREVENT DAMAGE TO LIGHTWEIGHT AND METAL GARAGE DOORS ( OR ONES WtTH GLASS PANELS ) , ALWAYS REINFORCE THE INSIDE OF DOOR - - BOTH VERT1C . . ALLY AND HORIZONTALLY - - WITH 2x4 BOARDS OR ANGLE IRON . The horizontal brace should be at least 6 feet long . The vertical brace should cover height of top panel . Check with your garage door manufacturer for a door reinforcement kit for an opener installation , , Sectional Door Installation Procedure 1 . Assemble door bracket and plate as shown , Center bracket on previously marked vertical guideline Header Bracket 2 , Position the bracket assembly on the face of the door within the following limits : A ) The top edge of the bracket 2 " - 4 " below the top edge of the door B ) Directly below any structural support across the top Ver , Jca ] of the door CenIer Line Placement depends on your particular needs & Mark and drill 5 / 16 " TOP and BOTTOM fastening holes , , Secure bracket as shown , Door Bracket & Door % , / Bracket Door Bracket " / _ a Carriage Belt _ ( Plale Nu ! _ ! 16 " - 18 of l _ r0r o _ - - Reinlorcement Board Washer _ / 16 " One - Piece Door installation Procedure NOTE : Door bracket has left and right side fastening NOTE : The door bracket may be installed on face of holes . Assemble and install the door bracket and plate door if required for your installation . ( Refer to dotted if your installation requires top and bottom fastening line drawing , , ) HOWEVER , drill 3 / 16 " pilot holes and holes . substitute 5116 " x 1.1 / 2 " lag screws ( not supplied ) to fasten the bracket to the doon I , Center bracket ( with or without plate as required ) on top edge of door as shown ° Mark holes , 2 . Drill two 5116 " holes and fasten the door bracket with ONE PIECE DOOR hardware supplied NOTE : If the door has no exposed framing , drill 3tt6 " pilot holes and use 5 / 16 " x 1 - 1 / 2 " lag screws ( not sup - Bracket plied ) to fasten bracket to top of door ° _ Header Door Header Walt - - Bracket Door Optional . _ _ _ _ Doo _ " Bracket Face of Door PIate lnstallalion ( Optional )
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nstallation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . , , , . , , u , , . . . , , , , , , i . , . , , , i , . STEP 10 Connect Door Arm to Trolley Follow only those instructions which apply to your door type ° H , , , , , , . , , i , , , ii , i , , , , m H , , , , , , , , t , , i , SECTIONAL DOOR INSTALLATION Make sure garage door is closed tighL Pull the emergency release handle to disconnect the trolley . . Manually move outer trolley back to the center of inner trolley as shown in Figures A , B and C . FIG C : tf holes incurved arm are ABOVE FIG A : Fasten straight door arm section FIG B : Bring arm sections together . Find to outer trolley with a clevis pin . Secure two pairs of holes that line up and join holes in straight arm , disconnect dstraight , sections arm Cut about 6 " from the solid en the connection with a ring fastener . Reconnect to trolley with CUT END Fasten curved section to door bracket in Select holes as far apart as possible to DOWN as shown , the same way _ increase door arm rigidity . Bring arm sections together , Find two pairs of holes that line up and join with screws , lock washers and nuts A C Lock Washers 5 / 16 " Emergency Reiease Handle 0 121 - - h . . _ ' . F m _ et H - - Str _ gh _ loL rA , m _ t5 " - 18x _ 8 " 1 " _ " _ ' X , _ . . _ S ° . _ / _ ' " Curved C _ evisPin _ _ D _ or Arm Proceed to Step 1 , page 17o Trolley will re - engage automatically when opener is operated . ONE - PIECE DOOR INSTALLATION Door 0 - - - - - _ Ring ASSEMBLE DOOR ARM : Fasten straight and curved door Bracket _ Fastener - - Nuts arm sections together to longest possible length . . With door closed , connect straight door arm section to door bracket with a clevis pin . Secure with a ring fastener , o , o , , o , o r , tISc _ e . wsz , rt ' _ . _ _ _ _ 4 _ " " _ " _ _ _ . _ _ Door Arm 5 / 16 " - 18x7 / 8 " Before connecting door arm to trolley , limits of travel must be adjusted on one - piece doors . Limit adjustment screws are located on left side panel as shown in illustration on Page 17 . Follow procedures below . Fully Closed Trolley Door Arm Closed Open Doer Deer Arme [ Door Brack ! ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES CLOSED DOOR ADJUSTMENT OPEN DOOR ADJUSTMENT Decrease DOWN limit . Turn DOWN limit adjustment screw clock _ Decrease UP limiL _ Jrn UP limit adjustment screw counterclock - wise 4 complete turns . wise 8 complete turns Press Lighted Wall Push Button . Trolley wilt travel to full closed . Press Lighted Wall Push Button . Trolley will travel to rut1 open Manualfy close door and lift door arm to trolley . The arm should Manually raise door arm to open position ( parallel to floor ) and touch trolley just ahead of door arm connector hole as shown in lift door arm to trolley The arm should touch t _ olley just in back dotted line drawing . If arm is behind the connector hole , adjust of door arm connector hoie as shown in solid line drawing . If arm timer furthe _ One full turn equals 2 " of door travel does not extend far enough , adjust limit further . One lull turn equals 2 " of door travel . CONNECT DOOR ARM TO TROLLEY : With door closed , join curved arm to connector hole in tro , ey with remaining clevis pin Secure with ring fastening pin . NOTE : It may be necessary to lift door slightly to make connection . Run opener through a complete Vavel cycte I ! door has a stight ' downward ' slant in full open position , decrease UP limits until door is parallel to floo _ 16
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Adjustment = u , 1 , , u . , imu . 1 , , , , , , 1 i i , ulul , _ LL , , II , IIII II ' , , , " , UP and DOWN Limits STEP 1 Adjust . . . . . . . . . . . • i i , Ji , Limil LIMIT ADJUSTMENT settings regulate the points at which the door will stop when mowng up or down . Adjustment NOTE : Door STOPS in the UP direction if anything interferes with door travel . Door REVERSES in the DOWN direction if anything interferes with the door travel ( including binding or unbalanced doors ) . PROCEDURE : To operate opener , press wall push button or transmitter , Run the opener through a COMPLETE Leit Sid'e Panel TRAVEL CYCLE , Limit adjustments are not necessa _ when the door opens and closes completely and doesnt reverse unintentionally in the down position The following chad outlines adjustment procedures ° Run the opener through a COMPLETE TRAVEL CYCLE AFTERAY EACH ADJUSTMENT . NOTE : REPEATED OPERATION OF THE OPENER DURING ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURES M CAUSE MOTOR TO OVERHEAT AND SHUT OFF , SIMPLY WAIT 15 MINUTES AND TRY AGAIN . Read chart carefully before proceeding to Step 2 Use a screwdriver to make limit adjustments , LIMIT ADJUSTMENT CHART IF DOOR DOES NOT OPEN COMPLETELY IF DOOR DOES NOT CLOSE COMPLETELY BUT OPENS AT [ . EAST FIVE FEET ( ON ONE - PIECE DOORS ) Increase DOWN travaloTurn the down limit adjustment Increase UP travel ° Turn the UP LIMIT adjustment screw screw counterclockwise . One turn equals 2 " of travel clockwise , One turn equals 2 " of travel • If door does not open at least 5 feet : adjust OPEN IF DOOR REVERSES WHEN CLOSING AND THERE FORCE as explained in Step 2r tS NO INTERFERENCE TO TRAVEL CYCLE Test door for binding : Full emergency release handle ° IF DOOR DOES NOT CLOSE COMPLETELY Manually open and close doer , If door is binding , call a ( ON SECTIONAL DOORS ) door serviceman , If door is not binding or unbalanced , Increase DOWN traveLTurn down limit adjustment screw adjust CLOSE FORCE . See Step 2 _ counterclockwise . One turn equals 2 " of travel IF OPENER REVERSES IN FULLY CLOSED POSITION If the door still will not close completely , the header bracket Decrease DOWN travel Turn down limit adjustment screw is positioned too high . Repeat Step 1 , page 10 clookwise _ One turn equals 2 " of travel , , UiHliH , , UH , , Hi , I STEP 2 Adjust Force EXCESSIVE FORCE WILL INTERFERE WITH PROPER OPERATION OF SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM OR DO NOTuSE FORCE ADJUSTMENTS TO COMPENSATE FOR A BINDING OR STICKING _ RAGE DooR , DAMAGE GARAGE DOOR . Force Adjustment Controls are located on rear panel of opener . FORCE ADJUSTMENT settings regulate amount of the power required to open and close door . Force Adjustmenl NOTE : The door STOPS in the UP direction if anythingWN interferes with Its travel . Door REVERSES In the DO direction if anything interferes with its travel ( including binding or unbalanced doors ) , If the force adjustments are set too light , door travel may be interrupted by nuisance reversals in DOWN direction and steps in UP directionrAs weather conditions can affect the door movement , occasiona ! adjustment may be needed . Adjustment , Label Maximum force adjustment range is 260 degrees , about 3 / 4 of a complete turn ° Do not force controls beyond that point ° Turn force adjustment controls with a screwdriver . FORCE ADJUSTMENT CHART IF DOOR DOESN'T OPEN AT LEAST 5 FEET TEST DOWN ( CLOSE ) FORCE Increase UP ( OPEN ) FORCE by turning control clockwise . Grasp the door handle or door bottom when door is about Make 10 degree turn adjustments until door opens halfway through DOWN ( CLOSE ' ) TRAVEL Door should completely . Readjust UP LIMIT if necessary . After each reverse . If the door is hard to hold or doesn't reverse , adjustment , run opener through a complete travel cycle . decrease DOWN ( CLOSE ) FORCE by turning the control IF DOOR REVERSES DURING DOWN ( CLOSE ) CYCLE in a counterclockwise direction . Make 10 degree turn Increase DOWN ( CLOSE ) FORCE by turning the control adjustments until door reverses normally . After each clockwise , Make 10 degree turn adjustments until door adjustment , run opener through a complete cycle . completes close cycle . After each adjustment , run the PROCEED TO STEP 3 opener through a complete travel cycle . , , H u _ u , , , L , 11 , = , , , , J 1 , = , , 1 , = i , , uip , , , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
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Adjustment . . . . . . . . . . irll STEP 3 TestSafetyReverse System ii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . iiIIIIIL i ii THE SAFETY REVERSE SYSTEM TEST IS IMPORTANT . GARAGE DOOR MUST REVERSE ON CONTACT WITH A ONE INCH OBSTACLE PLACED ON THE FLOOR . FAILURE TO PROPERLY ADJUST OPENER MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY FROM A CLOSING GARAGE DOOR . REPEAT TEST AT LEAST FOUR TIMES A YEAR AND ADJUST AS NEEDED . PROCEDURE : Place a 1 - inch obstacle on the floor under SECTIONAL DOOR the garage door ° Operate door in DOWN direction . The door MUST reverse on the obstruction ° If the door STOPS on the obstruction , it is not traveling far enough in the DOWN direction . Increase the DOWN limit by turning DOWN limit adjustment screw counter - clockwise 1 / 4 turn . REPEAT TEST _ NOTE : Make sum limit adjustments do not force the door arm beyond a straight up and down position . See the Illustration on Page 16 . When the door reverses on the l - inch obstacle , remove the obstruction and run the opener through a comptete travel cycle . Door MUST NOT reverse in c ! osed position . if it does , repeat Adjustment Steps 1 , 2 and 3 _ ONE - PIECE DOOR I InertC _ s , _ ' uctlon REPEAT ADJUSTMENT STEP 3 AFTER : e EACH ADJUSTMENT OF DOOR ARM LENGTH , CLOSE FORCE OR DOWN LIMIT , e ANY REPAIR OR ADJUSTMENT OF GARAGE DOOR ( INCLUDING SPRINGS AND HARDWARE ) . e ANY REPAIR OR BUCKLING OF THE GARAGE FLOOR . e ANY REPAIR OR ADJUSTMENT OF THE GARAGE DOOR OPENER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i ii iii i , iii ii i iiii ii , lllll , lllllt iii STEP 4 instafl Infrared Reversing Sensor ( Optional ) i i , i , ii i1 , 11if iii i i i , i . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i , . . . . . . J i i , , 11 i _ LI iii III , I , IIL , i . i ii , The INFRARED REVERSING SENSOR provides an ADDITIONAL measure of safety against a small child being caught under a garage door . It uses an invisible beam which , when broken by an obstruction , causes a c ! osing door to open and prevents an open door from closing . After the garage dooropener has been completely installed and adjusted , the INFRARED REVERSING SENSOR accessory can be Installed . Instructions am included with this optional device . i i i ii ii1 , 1 i , i , ii , i i ii i , i iil , . rJ _ _ i , 11 , . . . . . . . • . . . . . . i 18
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Radio Controls EC . C . rules prohibit adjustments to or modification of receiver and transmitter circuitry except for changing the code setting and replacing the transmitter battery THERE ARE NQ OTHER USER SERVICEABLE PARTS Manufactured under ! or more of the fol _ owlng U . S . patents : RE2g _ 525 ; 4,03 " 7,201 ; 4,750,1t8 ; 4,806,930 Your 53000SR SERIES garage door opener ( with RECEIVER ' SR ' CODE BUTTON ) has been factory set to operate with the LARGE push button on the transmitter , The 3 - function transmitter ( s ) can also activate additional garage door openers and / or light controls . 53000 and / or 53000SR SERIES . Instructions are given below for matching the code in all transmitters , changing your code selection or using the transmitter ( s ) with other receivers , MATCH / CHANGE THE CODE IN TRANSMITTER ( S ) SET CODE SWITCHES IN ALL TRANSMITTERS TO MATCHING POSITIONS 1 . Locate the code switches in transmitter ( s ) , either by sliding batteq / compartment cover down or by removing cover screw and carefully turning case top overr 2 . With a pen or a screwdriver , change the setting of one or more switch ( to a ( + ) , ( - ) or ( 0 ) position ) . NOTE : Code switches 2 through g in ALL transmitters used to operate e receiver must be set to match . ( Code switch 1 on a 34unction transmitter is neutral Set it to ANY position ° It will not affect the code selected ) . ' - - - 3 Standard 3 - Function 3 * Function " - - - 3 _ Function Mini Transmitter Trat _ s miller Code Switches 0 - 9 } _ _ ! i Standard ] t _ " _ . . . . _ - _ - - - . Code Switches " * - COde Switches , , ( 2.9 ) SET RECEIVER TO MATCH TRANSMITTER ( S ) CODE 53000SR SERIES ( WITH RECEIVER CODE BUTTON ) 53000 SERIES ( WITH RECEIVER CODE SWITCHES ) Garage Door Openers and Light Controls Garage Door Openers and Light Controls ( illustration A shows a garage door opener receiver ) ( Illustration B shows a garage door opener receiver ) Push Button ( - } 3 FUNCTION A GARAGE DOOR TRANSMITTER _ OPENER RECEIVER B 3 FUNCTION ( Wilh SR Code Button ) TRANSMITTER Select a trar _ smi [ ter push AE _ v _ rr e , _ K ' tEL burton to operate receiver Select a transmitter % % % % push butlon to operate Push Bu _ receiver Push Button ( el YEL GARAGE DOOR SR tnd [ caler Code Button Light % OPENER eRECEIVERs ) ( With Code Switch S { ide receiver code switch # 1 to posit . ion that matches r _ e _ ected \ 3 . Press the RECEIVER SR code button on the right side transmitter push buItoo Code Switch # t ( ' l panel of opener ( Illustration A ) The indicator light will ( + ; 0 or - ) Receiver wiiI operale turn ON . with _ ransmitters ' large push butlon 4 , STAND AWAY FROM THE DOOR and press the selected push button on the transmitler The indicator 3 Locate the receiver code switches Set code switch # 1 light will turn OFF and door will move , Receiver and to match transmitter push button you want to use with transmitter codes now match and the opener will that receiver ( + ) , ( 0 ) or ( - ) . Refer to illustration ( B ) . operate with the selected push button on the transmitter , 4 . Hold a transmitter ( with code switches visible ) along - NOTE : tf transmitter push button is not pressed within 30 seconds , the indicator light wilt turn OFF . side the receiver . Beginning with RECEIVER code Begin again at Step 3 . switch # 2 , match the position of each transmitter switch , TO USE THE TRANSMITTER ( S ) WITH OTHER 53000SR TO USE THE TRANSMITTER ( S ) WITH OTHER 53000 SERIES RECEIVERS : Select another transmitter push SERIES RECEIVERS : Select another transmitter push button to operate the Light Control or additional garage button to operate the Light Control or additional garage door opener , Make sure all transmitters used to operate door opener . Make sure all transmitters are set to a match - receiver are set to the same code ( Steps 1 and 2 ) Repeat Steps 3 and 4 , ing code ( Steps I and 2 ) , Repeat Steps 3 and 4 ' , , , , , , u i i , , , , , , , i , , t , , ii 19
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! taving a Problem ? Review Pages 2 and 3 Before Proceeding SITUATION PROBABLE CAUSE & SOLUTION i , , N i , ii ii i i OPENER DOESN'T OPERATE 1 Have you disengaged all door tocks ? Review Step 8 , page 14r FROM EITHER THE WALL PUSH 2 Does the opener have electric power ? Plug a tamp into the outiet . If it doesn't BUTTON OR TRANSMITTER light , check fuse box or circuit breaker ( Some outlets are controlled by a wail switch . ) 3 Repeated operation may have tripped the overload protector in the motor , Wait 15 minutes Try again . 4 . is there a build - up of ice or snow under door ? Door may be frozen to ground , Re - move any obstruction 5 . Remove beIl wire from opener terminals . Short red and white terminals by touch - ing both terminals at same time with a piece of metal ( screwdriver or coin ) if opener runs , check for a faulty wire connection at wa ) l push button or a short , under stapIes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . i , , HI OPENER OPERATES FROM 1 Is wail push button _ it ? If not , refer to No 5 above and fo ) low same procedure TRANSMITTER BUT NOT 2 Are wiring connections correct ? Review Step 6 , page 13 . FROM WALL PUSH BUTTON DOOR OPERATES FROM 1 Does the battery test light glow when transmitter push button is pressed ? if not , WALL PUSH BUTTON BUT NOT replace the battery FROM THE TRANSMITTER 2 If you have two transmitters and only one operates , review the code setting procedures on page 19 ALL transmitters must be set to same code . 3 ) s transmitter ( s ) operating any other remote controf devices ? See the code setting procedures on page 19 . 4 Dfd you press the transmitter button designated to operate garage door opener ? 5 Reprogram receiver and ALL transmitters . Try setting ALL transmitter code switches on plus , center or minus positions If transmitter ( s ) works , you can try a random code switch setting again , if you desire . TRANSMITTER HAS 1 Check battery test light . If the light is dim , change the battery SHORT RANGE 2 Change the location of the transmitter in the car . 3 A metal garage door or foil - backed insulation or metal siding will reduce the transmission range Antenna extender kit is available from any Sears Store or Service Cente [ 4 Check to be sure antenna on the back panel of opener extends fully downward _ THE GARAGE DOOR OPENS 1 is there a neighbor with a garage door opener using the same frequency code ? AND CLOSES BYITSELF Change your code Review page 19 2 . Check to be sure that none of the transmitter ptJsh buttons is stuck in the ' down ' position 3 . Remove betl wire from opener terminals and operate from transmitter only , If this solves the problem , the wall push button is faulty ( replace ) , or there is a short or broken wire between push button and opener . DOOR DOESN'T OPEN 1 . Is something obstructing the door ? COMPLETELY 2 . If door opens at least 5 feet , travel limits may need to be increased . One turn equals 2 inches of travel , See page 17 , REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after the adjustment is complete . 3 . If door has been working properly but now doesn't open all the way , increase the UP FORCE . See page 17 . REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after the adjustment is complete ° " L DOOR DOESN'T CLOSE IS something obstructing the door ? COMPLETELY 2 . Review the Trave ! Limits Adjustment Chart on page 17 . REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after any adjustment of door arm length , close force or down limit . DOOR WON'T CLOSE The Infrared Reversing Sensor ( tf you have installed this accessory ) may misaligned or obstructed Disconnect sensor and check door operation . V problem disappears , correct alignment 2O
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Having a Problem ? ( continued ) SITUATION PROBABLE CAUSE & SOLUTION , , , i i i , i i , I , H , m Ill , . , . , I , , , , . . , , m . , I , . . , I DOOR REVERSES FOR 1 Is something obstructing the door ? Pull red emergency reteas handle Operate NO APPARENT REASON door manuafly If it is unbalanced or binding , call a garage door serviceman _ o correct the problem . 2 . Clear any ice or snow from garage floor area where garage door doses 3 . Review the Force Adjustment Chart on page 1 " 7 REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after adjustment is complete , 4 . If door reverses in FULLY CLOSED position , decrease trave { limits ( see page 17 ) REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after the adjustment is complete . THE NEED FOR OCCASIONAL ADJUSTMENT OF THE FORCE AND LtMIT SETTINGS IS NORMAL . WEATHER CONDITIONS IN PARTICULAR CAN AFFECT DOOR TRAVEL The infrared Reversing Sensor ( If you have installed this accessory ) may be misatigned or obstructed . Disconnect sensor and check door operation If problem disappears , correct alignment OPENER LIGHT DOESN'T TURN ON 1 . Replace the ! ight bulb ( 75 watts maximum ) Use a " garage door opener bulb " if standard bulb burns out prematurely due to vibration Vibration may be caused by loose end panel Retighten screws . DOESN'T TURN OFF 1 _ There may be a defective ground at ceiJing or wall receptacle UNIT MUST BE GROUNDED . OPENER STRAINS OR 1 . Door may be out of balance or springs are broken . Close doorand use emergency MAXIMUM FORCE IS NEEDED release rope and handle to disconnect trolley . Open and close door manually A TO OPERATE DOOR properly balanced door will stay in any poin { of travel while being supported entirely by its springs . If it does not , call a garage door serviceman to correct the problem , : ii , _ : _ . : . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . _ : : J . . . . i i ii [ J , l . . . i , 1111 ii . H , , i ii ii OPENER MOTOR HUMS 1 . Garage door springs are broken . SEE ABOVE BRIEFLY , THEN WON'T WORK 2 . The trolley may be jammed into stop bolts . Putl or push on door while motor is humming to release jammed condition Re - adjust door limits ( page 17 ) to prevent over - travel . REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after adjustment is complete . 3 If the problem occurs on first operation of the opener , door is locked DISABLE DOOR LOCK If chain was removed and reinstalled , motor may be out of phase Remove chain ; cycle motor to the down position ( Observe drive sprocket When it turns in clockwise direction and stops in down position . ) Reinstall chain , REPEAT SAFETY REVERSE TEST after adjustment is complete . i ill iii H _ , , 11111 i , Hii i i I , , , I , , , , , , I , , u _ l , , I , , , , , , , , IIII II , , , IN , lU , J , , , , U , I , I OPENER WON'T OPERATE 1 . Use emergency release rope and handle to disconnect trolley Door can be opened DUE TO POWER FAILURE and closed manually , When the power is restored , press the wail push button and trolley will automatically reconnect . Refer to Page 3 for Lockout Feature 2 . The emergency release Key Lock accessory ( for use on garages with no service _ oor ) disconnects the trolley from outside the garage in case of power failure . . . . . i , . , i , , , i Jl , H , , i CHAIN DROOPS OR SAGS I it is normal for chain to droop slightly in the closed door position Use emergency release rope and handle to disconnect trolley If chain returns to normal height when the trolley is disengaged and door reverses on a one - inch obstruction , no adjustments are needed ( see page 9 ) i , , ll i , , , i . , plL , , JJl , , I , , , L I . I " JJL ' ' , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . OPENER NOISE IS DISTURBING 1 . If operational noise is a problem because of proximity of the opener to the tiving IN LIVING QUARTERS OF HOME quarters , Vibration Isolator Kit 41A3263 can be ordered from any Sears Service Center and most Sears stores This kit was designed to eliminate the ' sounding board effect ' and is easy to install . 21
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Repair Parts RAIL ASSEMBLY PARTS LIST 5 KEY PART NO . NO , , DESCRIPTION 1 1A995 Master link kit 2 41B3244 Outer trolley 3 4tB3243 Inner ntrolleyter 4 2B313 Tee rail - ce section 5 183B93 Tee rail - end section ( each ) 6 4IB2616 Cable pulley bracket assy 7 4tA3473 Chain and cabte 6 NOT SHOWN 41A3534 Rail assy hardware kit ( includes hardware illustrated on page 5 ) INSTALLATION PARTS LIST 5 KEY PART NO . NO . DESCRIPTION 1 41A3472 - ! Wall push button assy 2 41A2756 Doorbell - type lighted push button 3 10A14 12V battery 4 41A3476 Transmitter case , cover & screw assy . 12 5 29C128 Transmitter visor clip 13 6 41A2828 Emergency rope & handle assy . 7 219A323 2 - strand belt wire 8 41A2829 Header bracket wlclevis pin & fastener 9 12B374 Door bracket 10 12B380 Door bracket piate 11 I78B35 Curved door arm section 12 178B34 Straight door arm section 13 12B350 Hanging brackets NOT SHOWN 41A3535 installation hardware bag ( includes hardware illustrated on page 5 ) _ 14 , _ g _ Owners manual 22
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