Associated model number: 311085

WARNING: During Programming the garage door may operate. Keep people and objects clear of the moving door to prevent door damage or possible personal injury.

NOTE: This transmitter is not compatible with the power heads with yellow antenna wires.

NOTE: The following steps describe the process to change the transmitter security code and to program the transmitter.

IMPORTANT: You MUST change the transmitter security code prior to programming the device to the power head unit.

Changing the Transmitter Code

  1. Press and hold the button on the transmitter that you want to change (left button or right button). The GREEN LED (light) will flash once then turn off.
  2. Continue to hold the button until the GREEN LED begins to flash (approx. 10 Seconds).
  3. When the GREEN LED flashes, immediately release the button and then immediately press and hold the same button again. The GREEN LED will now come on steady.
  4. Continue to hold the button until the GREEN LED begins to flash (approx. 5 seconds).
  5. When the GREEN LED flashes, immediately release the button.
  6. The code for this button has now been changes to a new randomly generated code. Do not press the button again until instructed in “Programming Transmitter to Motor Head Power Unit”.
  7. You must now re-program this transmitter to the motor head unit. See

“Programming Transmitter to Motor Head unit” below.

Programming Transmitter to Power Head Unit

NOTE: Do not press any button on the transmitter until instructed.

1. Press the PROGRAM Switch button located on the garage door power head once.

The red PROGRAM STATUS light on the motor power head unit and overhead lamp will turn on and remain lit for one minute, indicating that it is ready to learn the Transmitter.

2. Press the button on the Transmitter you wish to use to operate the door. (NOTE:

For the 2-button transmitter this must be the same button that was used in “Changing the Transmitter Code”). The PROGRAM STATUS light on the power head will turn on and off three times indicating a successful.

3. Press the same button on the Transmitter once more to confirm operation. The opener will turn on and move the door.

At this point you will be able to activate the opener.

BATTERY: If the LED (light) on Transmitter does not turn on when a button is pressed, repeat “changing the transmitter code” operation. If LED fails to light replace battery. To change battery, insert a coin in the coin slot and twist coin to access battery compartment. Use only 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.