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Genie GenieMaster TRANSMITTER Manual

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Category: Garage Door Opener
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FIG. 1  POWERHEADS 

(for various models)

37384500131

REMOTE 

BUTTONS

LEDs 

(red/green)

NON-ROLLING CODE

BUTTONS

YELLOW 

LED

DEFAULT

BUTTON

BATTERY

DEFAULT

9-BIT

9-TRI 

IC/CD 1

12-BIT

-

0

+

1      2      3      4      5      6      7      8     9     10    11    12

ECE

A

D

B

C

CODE SWITCHES

REAR COVER

INSIDE REAR COVER

FIG. 3

FOR HELP OR ANSWERS TO QUESTIONS, CALL 

800-354-3643 or visit www.geniecompany.com

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ARN

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FC

C ID: 

 

           IC:

FC

C     P

ART   15

 

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OMP

AN

Y

Circle shows location of Learn Code Button and LED.

PRGM

SET

–     +

FIG. 2

GenieMaster

TM

-

0
+

1      2      3      4      5      6      7      8     9     10    11    12

ECE

 

 

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10

11

12

PR

GM

SE

T

–    +

NE

TW

ORK                  BBU

CODE SWITCH TYPE

FRONT

FRONT

INSIDE LIGHT LENS

BOTTOM

BOTTOM

FRONT

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9

10

11

12

BACK

PRIOR TO 1995 AND 

INTELLICODE® 

INTELLICODE® 2—2010 TO PRESENT

INTELLICODE® 1 —1995 TO PRESENT

CODE

LEARN

SET

SET

OPEN

FORCE

CLOSE

CODE

LEARN

LIMIT

MANUAL

Moving door can cause serious injury or death.

•  Do Not install  transmitter unless the door operator's safety  

 

reverse works as

 required by the door operator's manual.

  Wall control must be mounted in sight of door.

  Keep people clear of opening while door is moving. 

 

  Do Not allow children to play with the transmitter or  

 

  door operator.

If safety reverse does not work properly: 

 

 

  Close door then disconnect operator using the manual   

 

 

release handle.

 

Do Not use transmitter or door operator.

 

Refer to Door and Door Operator Owner's Manuals before attempting any repairs. 

  

 

WARNING

TRANSMITTER OPERATION

   

 

 

                       This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules and IC RSS 210 Issue 8. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and 

(2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This equipment generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in 

accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular situation. If this equipment does cause harmful 

interference to radio or television reception, which may be determined by turning the equipment OFF and ON, the user is encouraged to try and correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: 

(a) Re-orient  or relocate the receiver antenna, (b) increase the separation between the opener and receiver, (c) Connect the opener into an outlet on a circuit different from that which the receiver is connected, and 

(d) Consult your local dealer. Any modifications or changes to this equipment which are not expressedly approved by The Genie® Company could void the user’s authority to operate the equipment.  

A.  For use with Intellicode® 1 Openers—

 

The Universal Remote comes from the factory in the Intellicode® 1 Operating Mode. The Intellicode®1 Mode is 

 

indicated by a RED LED on the remote whenever a button is pressed (FIG. 2).  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  Program it as you would any Intellicode® 1 remote using the following steps:

 

    1.  Locate the Learn Code Button and Learn Code Indicator LED on your opener’s powerhead (FIG. 1) 

 

      (See owner’s manual).

 

    2.  Press and release the Learn Code Button—the Learn Code LED will blink rapidly.

 

    3.  Press and release a Remote Button, (FIG. 2)—the Learn Code LED will stay on (stops blinking)  

 

 

 

    4.  Press and release the same Remote Button again—the Learn Code LED will turn off.

 

    5.   Press and release the same Remote Button again—the Door Opener will run

NOTE: Each opener must have its own assigned Remote Button. To program additional openers, repeat the steps 

 

    above using a different Remote Button.

B.  For use with Intellicode® 2 Openers—

 

The button or buttons on your remote that you wish to use to operate Intellicode® 2 openers, must be switched to 

 

the Intellicode® 2 Operating Mode. The Intellicode® 2 Mode is indicated by a GREEN LED on the remote whenever 

 

a button is pressed (FIG. 2).   

 

 

 

 

 

To shift to Intellicode® 2 mode:

 

    1.  Press and hold the chosen Remote Button—A steady RED LED will be illuminated and after 10 seconds—

 

      a GREEN LED will also illuminate.

 

    2.  Release the button.

 

    3.  Press and release that same button again TWICE—the remote’s LEDs will both turn off.

 

    4.  Press and release that same button again—the remote’s GREEN LED will light while you press that button

 

      indicating it is now in Intellicode® 2 mode.

 

To program the remote to an opener:

 

    1.  Press and hold the PROGRAM/SET (FIG. 1) button on opener’s powerhead for 2 seconds or until the round 

 

      LED turns BLUE. When you release the button the BLUE LED will go out and the LONG LED will turn PURPLE.

 

    2.  Press and release the Remote Button you want to assign to that opener.

 

    3.  Press and release that same button. After releasing the button the second time, the LEDs will both be off.

 

    4.  Press and release that same button again—the Door Opener will run

C.  For use with Openers having a row of Code Switches (9 or 12 switches). 

 

(If you already have a working “code switch” remote, simply match your new GenieMaster™ Remote switches to those 

 

on your existing remote and proceed to step 4.)(FIG.3)

 

To operate a Code Switch equipped operator: 

 

 

 

 

    1.  Open the opener’s light lens in order to gain access to its row of Code Switches. 

 

      These are 3 position switches (+, – and 0).

 

    2.  Slide off the rear cover of the remote (FIG. 3).

 

    3.  Set the Code Switches positions in the remote to match those of the switches in the opener. (If you are 

 

      working with a 9 switch operator, set the remote switches 10, 11 and 12 to the center or “0” position)

 

    4.  Locate the non-rolling code button label inside the Rear Cover (FIG. 3).

 

    5.   Press the non-rolling code button B, C or D (FIG.3) that matches the appropriate code switch description 

 

      on the label. The YELLOW LED next to the battery will begin flashing.

 

    6.  Press and release the Remote Button you want to assign to that opener—the GREEN LED on the remote 

 

      will flash for approximately 2 seconds and stop. 

 

    7.  Pressing the same button again will operate the opener—The RED LED on the remote will flash while 

 

      the button is pressed. 

 

 

D.  Replacing the Battery. (Programming is not affected by battery replacement.)

 

    1.   Slide the Circuit Board Cover off the back of the remote (FIG. 3). 

 

    2.  Slide the old battery toward the bottom of the remote and out. 

 

    3.  Properly discard the old battery.

 

    4.  Slide a new (2032 size) battery into position and slide the Cover back on.

   

E.   Resetting the Remote

 

To return a Remote Button to its original Intellicode® 1 mode:

 

    1.  Slide the Circuit Board Cover off (FIG. 3).

 

    2.  Press the DEFAULT button—the yellow LED will flash.

 

    3.  Press the Remote Button you wish to reprogram. Its now Intellicode® 1 again.

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