The operating principle of a garage door opener can be described under a few questions. Let’s have a look at those questions and answers.
The hand transmitter does not work after learning the NC contact/code “C” is shown on display. What should I do?
1. Loosen the four nuts that secure the motor to the guide rails. Remove the engine and then reset, then tighten the nuts a little less than before.
2. Do not teach the opener to the maximum possible open position. Once the door is sufficiently transparent, you can stop by pressing “UP” and continue training until you reach the end of the rail. Please proceed as well when learning the sealing position so that the garage door does not hit too hard by proper tuning.
3. The chain guide/timing belt is too tight. This can be adjusted or adjusted by the spring on the front edge of the rail.
How is my garage door locked after installation?
Your garage door is locked to the motor after mounting the gate opener and can only be opened using this technology. Any attempt to open the gate in any other way would be the concrete use of force; the entire system would be destroyed, including supports and ironing. It would help if you took the time to unlock the door in an emergency then and adequately briefly use the original manual locking system.
How can I get into my garage in case of a power failure or a broken gate?
If there is no alternative, you will not have access to your garage in these cases. To exclude this emergency, you can install an emergency release switch or buy a backup battery, which does not provide a solution in the event of a defect.
Why does the remote have four buttons, and what are they for?
The first key is taught-in by the hand transmitter as standard. Use the left and right keys if you have several garages next to each other and want to operate them with remote control. The key with the lock is an additional safeguard. With this optional feature, the garage door can not be opened at the touch of a button. First of all, the key with the lock must be pressed and then the other, learned key. This is helpful, for example, when the transmitter is in your pocket.
I can not find the handheld transmitters in the package.
The hand transmitters are in 2 small boxes with the text HBopeners or handheld transmitters. The boxes are in the styrofoam casing/packing of the engine.
It is not possible to mount the nut with the spring in between on the threaded end.
This is not easy. For the system to function correctly, the chain or belt must be tensioned.
1. Please check if the chain or belt is appropriately in the rail.
2. Is the tension of the string or strap on the left and right the same?
3. Try to tighten the chain or belt with pliers and then install the nut.
Do the handheld transmitters not work after learning?
Re-learn the hand-held transmitters. This works as follows:
1. Press CODE, Su will appear.
2. Press twice on the remote control, Su will start flashing.
3. Now “-” the station is set.
– Are the handheld transmitters not working yet?
In this case, please try the following:
1. Loosen the four attachment points. Liftoff the engine and reset it, do not overtighten the nuts.
2. Do not learn the engine to the maximum open position. Stop by pressing UP as soon as the garage door is spacious enough. So do not continue teaching until you reach the end of the rail.
3. The chain or belt is too tight, using the spring at the front of the rail, you can adjust the tension.
– Are the handheld transmitters still not working?
If the above does not work, try to train the motor on the rail before mounting. Just learn something arbitrary and then test whether it works without energy.
– Do the handheld transmitters work now?
Then you can mount the motor on the rail and adjust it again. Please pay attention to the tips above.
The handheld transmitters do not work when I connect a button.
1. Check if you are using an impulse switch (doorbell system). An on / off switch does not work because it makes a through the connection.
2. Connect two cables to the vital connector of the motor and create contact. Does the critical work as desired? Then the problem lies in the switch.