Associated model number: 0220 (frequency 312, 340, 360, 390)

************* WARNING *************

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, at least 5 feet above floor and clear of moving door parts.

· 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 Operators Owner’s Manuals before attempting any repairs.


Electrical Shock can cause serious injury or death.

· Power cord must be unplugged before attaching any wires,

· Be sure wire ends do not touch each other or other terminals.

If you have questions or if you need a manual, contact the distributor or manufacturer of the operator.


Read the following instructions thoroughly before using transmitter.

This transmitter must be adjusted so that the coding switches match the coding switches on your present operating transmitter or receiver.

FCC Regulation: this device complies with FCC Rules Part 15 Operation is subject to the following two conditions: 1)This device may not cause harmful interference. 2) This device must accept an interference that may cause an undesired operation. Transmitter distance may vary due to circumstances beyond our control.

Locate the Coding Switches or Learn Code Button and Radio Signal Indicator on the Power Head Receiver of your Door Operator. This can be found where you see the antenna wire hanging from the motor head (you may have to take the lens cover off). If antenna wire is not hanging from motor head then you have an external receiver which is a box approx. 6" x 2" mounted somewhere in the garage with a antenna wire hanging from it (pop off cover to find coding switches or Learn Code Button).


Remove the transmitter cover.

Remove the access cover from the front of the transmitter by sliding the cover away from the top of the transmitter (Lower half of remote opposite the Red LED slides down). This will expose the battery and the dip switches. The code can be changed using a small screwdriver.

Setting the code

You may set your transmitter to any code you desire, but be sure the code you set matches on both your transmitter and receiver.

There are 9 dip-switches on your transmitter, each of which can be placed in three different positions (+, 0, -). DO NOT set all switches in same position, such as all +, all – or all zero.

WARNING: No other adjustments should be made inside the transmitter.

Now that you have selected your personal code, replace the transmitter cover.

WARNING: Changes or modifications not expressly approved in writing may avoid the user’s authority to operate this equipment.

Garage Door Openers without coding switches

Some model garage door openers do not have dip-switches. For the models without dip switches (learned code) you simply select whatever code you want on your transmitter code switches, and then hold the transmitter near your garage door opener with the button on your transmitter depressed, at the same time holding down the learned code button on your garage door opener. This will allow your garage door opener to learn the code that you have selected for your transmitter. Please refer to your owner’s manual or your garage door opener for additional instructions.

NOTE: If the red light on the transmitter is dim or flickers when the transmitter button is pushed, the transmitter battery may be weak. Replace when necessary with 12 volt battery.


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Comments: - Owned by 1st Garage Door Openers, Inc., an independent family owned and operated business serving the Garage Door and Garage Door Opener Industry since 1981. Providing excellent customer service and assistance for over 25 years. We are a discount reseller of garage door opener remotes, repair parts, keyless entry and gate operator controls for your home, business, or gated community. We carry parts for the following garage door openers: Lift-Master, Chamberlain, Sears Craftsman, Access Master, Sears Best Craftsman, Sears Automatic Door Opener, Master Mechanic, Security +, Formula 1, Garage Master, Billion Code, LiftMaster Professional, Estate Series, Premium Series, Contractor Series, Power Driver, Whisper Drive, Genie, Alliance, Norelco, Blue-Max, Lift-A-Door, Pro Max, Hercules, Stealth, Excelerator, Intellicode, Genie Pro, OverDrive, Python 2, Signature, Phantom, Legacy, Medallion, CodeDodger, Overhead Door, Genie Shop Vac, Stanley, Vemco, Quiet Glide, SecureCode, Lightmaker, Innovative Products, Whistler, U-Install, Popular Mechanics, Allister, Allstar, Pulsar, MVP, Challenger, GTO, All-O-Matic, Electrolift, Westinghouse, AM/11, Linear, Access Pro, Moore-O-Matic, MegaCode, Delta 3, MultiCode, Heddolf, ESP Micom, Intercontinental Dynamics, Crusader, Wayne Dalton, iDrive, Door Master, Quantum, Classic Drive, Tec Key, Martec, Monarch, Telectron and other garage door openers, and gate operators. Brand names of Garage Door openers are registered trade names of the respective entities and are only used for reference.