Your Clicker Model 321 Universal Transmitter is compatible with most 300, 310
and 390 MHz garage door and gate operator systems manufactured by Chamberlain®, Genie®,
Lift-Master®, Linear®, Moore-O-Matic®, Multi-Code®, Sears®, and Stanley®. Please
note that the 321 is not compatible with rotating code systems such as IntellicodeTM
or Security+TM, developed by several of these manufacturers
The Clicker 321 can be used as a replacement for, or in addition to, most older
style remote control transmitters. It can be programmed to operate up to three garage door
openers or gates, including different brands. If your system uses code switches, you must
program the Clicker to match the existing code. If your existing system does not use code
switches, you may program the Clicker to any random code. All programming is done through
the 3 buttons on the case.
We suggest you first read through the following instructions in their entirety,
then return to Part 1 for brand and code identification. The programming procedure on page
2 should take only moments.
Part 1: Identifying Your Existing Brand and Code
Place an X in Table 1 below next to the brand of your opener. If you are
programming your Clicker for more than one door or gate opener, place an X next to the
brand you will program first.
Determine whether your system uses code switches. Depending on your brand, you
may have 8, 9, 10 or 12. They are usually located on the receiver panel (perhaps under the
lamp cover). The receiver is normally attached to the garage door or gate opener, or it
may be mounted on a wall and wired to the opener. The accompanying remote will have
matching code switches inside the case. The illustration shows a receiver panel and remote
with 9 code switches.
- If your system has code switches, you must program the transmitter to match your
code. Proceed to Table 2 or 3, depending on your brand.
- If your receiver does not have code switches, choose any random 9 digit code to
program your transmitter. Use Table 2 and enter a setting of 1, 2, or 3 for each column.
Fill only 1 box per column, and ignore the table instructions pertaining to code switches.
Then proceed to "Programming Your Clicker" on page 2.
Sears, Chamberlain, Lift-Master
Examine the code switches on your receiver. This table is 9 boxes across, one
for each code switch. Place a "1" in each box that corresponds with a switch in
"+" position. Place a "2" in each box that corresponds with a switch
in "0" position. Place a "3" in each box that corresponds with a
switch in "-" position. Fill only 1 box per column. See example below.
Example of a Sears with 9 code switches (white squares indicate switch
Genie, Linear, Moore-O-Matic, Multi-Code, Stanley
Examine the code switches on your receiver or remote. It will have either 8, 9,
10, or 12 code switches. Place a "1" in each box that corresponds with a switch
in the "on" or "up" position. Place a "3" in each box that
corresponds with a switch in the "off" or "down" position. Fill only 1
box per column, and only as many columns as you have code switches. See example below.
Note: Some Stanley and Multi-Code units label their code switches open and
close. For Clicker coding purposes,
Close = on, Open = off .
Example of a Stanley with 10 code switches:
Step 3: Verify the code numbers you entered in the table to be sure they match
your system's code.
Then proceed to "Programming Your C-321
Clicker" on page 2.