- Instructions - (discontinued C-321) Part 2
2: Programming the Clicker
- Before beginning, select the button you wish to program to open your garage door
or gate. The remaining two buttons can be used for additional doors or gates.
- For Step 2 below, you will use the number next to your existing brand, from Table
1 in Part 1.
- For Step 3 you will need to refer to the code settings you entered into Table 2
or 3. NOTE: After Steps 1 and 2 there is a 15 second allowance to proceed to Steps 2 and
3. After 15 seconds of inactivity, the Clicker will exit program mode. To start over from
any step, return to Step 1.
- Place your Clicker into program mode by smultaneously pressing and holding the
two outside buttons.
- When the red light starts to blink, release both buttons.
- When the light stops blinking, press the button that you want to open your door
or gate for the number of times that corresponds with your existing brand. (Example: If
you have a Sears system, press the selected button four times.)
- Wait 4 seconds for the red light to blink the same number of times.
From Table 2 or 3, enter your code into the Clicker as follows:
with the first column in the table, press and release the Clicker button that corresponds
with the number you entered in the box.
- Continue with each column until the entire code setting has been entered into the
- Immediately after the last button is pressed, the Clicker will verify that it has
been properly programmed by again blinking the number of times that corresponds to your
existing brand. When it stops blinking:
- If your system has code switches, programming is complete and the Clicker is
ready to open and close your garage door. Test to make sure it activates your opener.
- If your system does not have code switches, you must program your receiver to
accept the random 9 digit code you entered into Table 2. Proceed to Step 4.
Example 1: (Table 2) 9 code switches or random 9 digit code
Press button 1 three times, button 2 twice, button 3 four times.
Example 2: (Table 3) If the first three switch settings on your system
are "on, off, on," press button 1, button 3, button 1.
Step 4 (for receivers without code switches):
- Locate the "smart" programming button on your receiver panel.
- Press and HOLD the Clicker button you have selected to open your garage door.
- When the indicator light next to the receiver smart button begins to blink, press
the smart button momentarily (for no longer than 3 seconds), then release both buttons.
Programming is complete and the Clicker will now open and close your garage
door. Test to make sure it activates your opener.
NOTE: To program additional doors, return to Part 1.
The CR2025 lithium batteries supplied with your transmitter should last 3 to 5
years under normal use of 6 operations per day. Low battery power is indicated by
continued short range, intermittent operation and reduced glow of the red indicator light.
To replace batteries, open the transmitter by inserting a flat head screwdriver into the
slot on the bottom between the upper and lower cases. Inside, remove the Phillips head
screw from the center of the logic board and carefully lift out the board and the clear
plastic battery shield. Replace the old batteries, observing correct polarity. Be sure to
replace the battery shield before re-attaching the logic board.
Use of this radio transmitter should be limited to responsible adults. Automatic
Gate and Garage Door systems are dangerous. They can cause great bodily harm and injury
and can result in death. Always exercise caution when using Radio Transmitters. Do not
operate transmitter to activate a gate or door unless you can see that the area is clear.
Always keep children away from automatic doors and gates.
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