Rolling code programming

Rolling code garage door openers (or other rolling code devices) which are “code protected” and manufactured after 1996, may be determined by the following:

● Reference the garage door opener Owner’s Manual for verification.

● The hand-held transmitter appears to program the HomeLink Universal Transceiver but does not activate the garage door.

● Press and hold the trained HomeLink button. If the garage door opener has the rolling code feature, the HomeLink indicator light will flash rapidly, then remain on after 2 seconds. To program the HomeLink Universal Transceiver to a garage door opener with the rolling code feature, follow these instructions after completing the “Programming HomeLink ” (the aid of a second person may make the following procedures quicker and easier).

1. Locate the training button on the garage door opener motor unit. Exact location and color of the button may vary by garage door opener brand. If there is difficulty locating the training button, reference the garage door opener Owner’s Manual.

2. Press the training button on the garage door opener motor unit (which may activate a training light).

NOTE:

Following step 2, there are 30 seconds in which to initiate step 3.

3. Firmly press and release the programmed HomeLink button a second time to complete the training process. (Some garage door openers may require you to do this procedure a third time to complete the training.)

The garage door opener should now recognize the HomeLink Universal Transceiver and activate when the HomeLink button is pressed. The remaining two buttons may now be programmed (if not yet programmed, follow steps 2 through 4 in the “Programming HomeLink ” procedures earlier in this section).

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