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GENIE GARAGE DOOR OPENERS WIRELESS KEYPAD ENTRY SYSTEM

GPWK, GWK or GWK-BL

( 9 or 12 Switches & 390 frequency)

 

*************   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.

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            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.

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Your code block with dip switches 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 black box approx. 6" x 2" mounted somewhere in the garage with a antenna wire hanging from it (pop off cover to find code block with dip switches).

Important Programming Instructions

To insure proper programming and installation you will need to do the following:

  1. INSTALL THE KEYPAD
  2. DETERMINE YOUR DOOR CODE
  3. SELECT YOUR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION NUMBER (PIN)
  4. PROGRAM THE KEYPAD
  5. TEST OPERATION

OPERATING FEATURES

*Quick, easy, wireless installation. Mounts with only two screws, and powered by a standard 9volt battery (included).

·         Power saver. Slide up keypad cover to automatically turn on unit. If cover is left up, the unit will shut off approximately one minuet after the last button is pressed.

·         Low-Power warning. When LED does not flash, battery needs to be replaced. The unit will continue to function for a limited period of time.

·         NO Memory Loss when battery dies or is replaced.

SAFETY / SECURITY FEATURE

·         Unique Slide-Up Keypad Cover provides maximum security and helps protect Keypad from the elements.

·         Two-Step Programmability for maximum security and user convenience.

·         Any Key Operation. After correct code is entered and door is activated, depress any key within 30 seconds to control door.

  • Security Lockout. After three incorrect Personal Identification Numbers (PIN) are entered, the unit will shut off for one minute.

1.    Installation Instructions

NOTE: Read WARNING below before starting.

       Step 1-1 Mount Wireless Keypad on a flat vertical surface with enough room above to slide          

                     cover up. Pick location out of path of moving garage door and supporting hardware.

       Step 1-2 Slide Keypad Cover up and pull off wireless Keypad. Slide off battery cover and               

                      remove battery.

       Step 1-3 Mark two holes by tapping a small nail through screw holes on keypad. Drill 1/16”

                     pilot holes then fasten with #6 screws enclosed. Replace Keypad Cover.

       Step 1-4 Replace battery and slide battery cover back into place.

2.   DETERMINING YOUR DOOR CODE

        Step 2-1 Locate Operator Code Switches on Door Operator. Fig. 3.

        Step 2-2 Mark down your Operator Switch Settings by circling U (Up) or D (down) for each

                      switch setting. Fig. 4

        Step 2-3 Convert each group of three switch settings to a group number.  Chart A.

        Step 2-4 Fill in 3 DOOR CODE numbers for 9 Code switches and 4 DOOR CODE numbers for  

                      12 Code switches.  Fig. 4.

 

 NOTE: On new operator installation you MUST set Operator Code on Door Operator and Remote

            Control Transmitters before you begin programming this Wireless Keypad. Refer to the

            Owner’s Manual for setting these switches. If you have not done this on your existing

            Door Operator. DO SO NOW!

If your Door Code is 7,7,7 or 7,7,7,7 DO NOT CONTINUE. Refer to your Owner’s Manual for setting of Door Operator and Remote Controller Security Code Switches. DO NOT LEAVE AT FACTORY SETTINGS.

      3.  SELECTING YOUR PERSONAL IDENTIFICATION ( PIN )

Your PIN number can be created from any group of numbers up to 8 digits of your choice. (Do Not use # or *).

NOTE: It is NOT good security to use your address, phone number, birth date, ect.

4.  PROGRAMMING THE KEYPAD

         For easy reference write your code switch settings from FIG 4 here.   __  __  __  __.

         Follow the steps and the red light signals listed below:

TO PROGRAM           ACTION                                                                REDLIGHT

Step 4-1         RESET KEYPAD- Slide Keypad cover half way up

                       While pressing the # and 8 buttons simultaneously,                   

                       Slide the keypad cover up until it latches.                           Stays Lit.

                       Release # and 8 buttons.                                                  Goes out.

Step 4-2         Press 3,5,7, and # buttons                                        Flashes 1 time per sec.

Step 4-3         Enter PIN and press # button                                    Flashes 2 times per sec.

Step 4-4         Enter Door code from Fig. 4 and press * button               Goes out.

Step 4-5         Slide Keypad Cover down.

Step 4-6         Test Keypad – Go to Section 5 TO OPERATE KEYPAD.

TO CHANGE PIN ONLY

                       Slide Keypad Cover up until it latches.                          Flashes Once.

                       Enter OLD PIN and press # button.                          Flashes 1 time per second.

                       Enter NEW PIN and press # button.                         Flashes 2 times per second

                       Press * button                                                                    Goes out.

                       Slide Keypad Cover Down.

                       Test Keypad – Slide Keypad Cover up until it latches.

                       Enter PIN and press * button. (Door should operate.) 

                       Slide Keypad Cover down.

TO RESET KEYPAD MEMORY

TO FACTORY SETTINGS

                        Slide Keypad Cover half way up.                                       Stays Lit.

                         While pressing the # and 8 buttons simultaneously,

                         Slide the Keypad cover up until it latches.

                         Release # button and 8 button.                                         Goes out.

                         To begin programming, go to 4 PROGRAMMING.  Step 4-2

      TO CHANGE DOOR CODE ONLY

                 Any time you wish to change the DOOR CODE, you MUST first change

                 The Security Code Switch settings on the Door Operator and all

                 Remote Control Transmitters then go to 2 DETERMINING YOUR DOOR

                 CODE.

                 Enter PIN and press # button.                                            Flashes 1 time per sec.

                 Press # button again.                                                         Flashes 2 times per sec.

                 Enter NEW DOOR CODE and press * button.                             Goes out.

                 Test Keypad – Slide keypad cover up until it latches. 

                 Enter PIN and press * button. Slide Keypad Cover down.

 IF YOU HAVE ANY PROBLEMS, REFER TO THE TROUBLESHOOTING SECTION.

5.  TO OPERATE KEYPAD

         Step 5-1   Slide Keypad Cover up until it latches. Enter PIN and press * button.

                          Slide keypad cover down.

      6.  TROUBLESHOOTING

PROBLEM                          CAUSE                                        ACTION

Keypad does not light.       1. Keypad cover not fully open          1. Pull Keypad Cover up until it

                                                                                                 catches open.

                                        2. Dead battery                               2. Replace battery.

Door does not open            1. Wrong PIN entered.                     1.  Reenter PIN.

Red light blinking.                                                                    2.  (See 4 PROGRAMMING)

Door does not open.           1. Door Code does not                     1.  Reenter Door Code.

                                           Match Door Opener.          

                                                                                              2. (See 4 PROGRAMMING)

 

NOTES:

·         Battery strength is shown by brightness of red LED light. Open sliding Keypad Cover completely.    NO or DIM light indicates weak battery. Replace battery as soon as possible.

·         Programmed memory is not lost while replacing battery.

·         For security, occasionally press other buttons or change PIN so all buttons get worn and dirty.

·         A blinking red light indicates a wrong PIN  was entered. A wrong PIN entered 3 times causes Keypad to shut down temporarily as a security measure.

·         While the door is moving, you can control it by pressing any numbered button on the Wireless Keypad. If door begins closing and you need to stop it, press any numbered button on the Keypad and the door will stop operating.

THIS DEVICE SHOULD NOT BE OPENED. THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS OR OPERATOR CODE SWITCHES INSIDE OF UNIT.

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