Registration

1. NEW CODE REGISTRATION

HINT:

• The garage door opener is built in the map lamp assy. When transmitter codes for garage door, gate, entry gate, door lock, home lighting system or security system are registered with the garage door opener, be sure to register them again whenever replacing the map lamp assy.

• After the map lamp assy has been replaced, register transmitter codes with the garage door opener (Registration mode).

NOTICE:

While the transmitter code for a system (garage, door, gate, etc.) is being registered, the system may operate. During code registration and while the system is in operation, be sure that no people or objects are in the way.

Be sure to stop the engine and remove the key from the ignition switch before transmitter code registration.

The garage door opener does not apply to systems manufactured before April 1,1982 and systems that do not comply with the Federal Safety Standards.

Garage doors without a jam protection function do not meet the Federal Safety Standards.

HINT:

• Every one of the garage door opener switches can have only one transmitter code; total 3 transmitter codes can be registered with the garage door opener.

• Even if the battery is disconnected, transmitter codes registered with the garage door opener will not be erased.

• Even if you attempt to rewrite the transmitter code registered with the garage door opener and the attempt has failed, the registered transmitter code will not be erased.

(a) Select a switch of the garage door opener for transmitter code registration.

(b) Press and hold the selected switch for 20 seconds. Then, the garage door opener enters registration mode.

HINT:

When the garage door opener is in registration mode, the LED changes from ON to flashing at a cycle of 1 Hz. (In the case of the "rolling code" type, the LED will flash at a cycle of 8.8 Hz for 1.6 seconds at first and then change the flash cycle to 1 Hz after the garage door opener has entered registration mode.)

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(c) After the garage door opener has entered registration mode, bring the original transmitter of the system within 1-inch of the garage door opener while pressing the switch of the garage door opener. Under this condition, press the original transmitter.

(d) When the transmitter code registration has been completed correctly, the LED of the garage door opener flashes at a cycle of 5.6 Hz. When this happens, release both the switch and the original transmitter.

HINT:

If the code registration has failed, the battery of the original transmitter may be weak or the system may not meet the garage door opener. In this case, press the original transmitter repeatedly. Some transmitters may need 1 to 2 seconds to stop transmitting signals.

If the transmitter code registration has not been completed in 90 seconds after the garage door opener has entered registration mode, the garage door opener will enter low power mode (See step c).

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