Associated model numbers: GICTD-1, GICTD-3, GIFTD-1

  1. Important Information
    • Use only with Series II electronics
    • Older Transmitters and Receivers will not work with these new electronics. There are no Security Code Switches inside the Door Openers, Transmitters and Receivers.
    • A different Transmitter Code is set at the factory for each SERIES II INTELLICODE TRANSMITTER.
    • 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
    • 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
  2. To program the receiver
    • Step 2-1 Locate the Learn Code Button and Radio Signal indicator on the Power Head Receiver of your Door Opener.
    • Step 2-2 Press and release the Learn Code Button
    • Step 2-3 Press a Transmitter Button once within 30 seconds
      • The Radio Signal Indicator stays lit SOLID
    • Step 2-4 Press the same Transmitter Button within 30 seconds
      • Radio Signal Indicator will go out
      • NOTE: If a second Transmitter Code is not confirmed within 30 seconds or if a different Transmitter Code is sent, the Radio Signal Indicator will blink Approximately 4 times per second, then programming will stop. If programming stops, repeat steps 2-2 through 2-4.
    • Step 2-5 Repeat steps 2-2 through 2-4 for each Transmitter, Wireless Keypad or other access device to be learned
      • NOTE: A maximum of 7 Transmitter, Wireless Keypad and other device Codes can be stored into Receiver Memory at one time. If a Transmitter becomes lost of if you want to delete a Transmitter, Wireless Keypad or other access device, proceed to Step 4 ERASING ALL RECEIVER MEMORY
  3. Multi-button transmitters
    • NOTE: Only ONE button of a Multi-Button Transmitter can be programmed into a single Receiver. The other buttons are to control other Door Operators.
    • NOTE: If you are replacing a lost or stolen Transmitter: (1) Erase ALL Transmitter Codes from the Receiver memory. (2) Reprogram the Receiver with the remaining Transmitters Codes.
  4. Erasing all receiver memory
    • Step 4-1Press and HOLD the Learn Code Button for 10 seconds or until Radio Signal Indicator goes out.
      • **ALL TRANSMITTER CODES ARE ERASED FROM RECEIVER MEMORY**
    • Step 4-2 Reprogram the Receiver with the remaining Transmitter Codes (Repeat Steps 2-2 through 2-4)
  5. Battery / Visor clip installation
    • Step 5-1 Battery replacement
      • Pop off back of transmitter using a coin
      • Replace with new compatible coin type batter (size 2032)
      • Snap Battery Cover back on.
    • Step 5-2 Visor Clip installation
      • Slide Visor Clip into back of transmitter Dock until snaps into place
  6. Transmitter operation
    • Point Transmitter at the garage door and press the button. Door will move.
    • Press the Transmitter Button again and the door will stop
    • Press the Transmitter Button again and the door will more the other way. The door automatically stops at the end of the open or close cycle.

About dual frequency remote transmitters

Your garage door opener (GDO) features a unique dual frequency remote control system for reliable service in today's crowded airwaves. Over-crowded airwaves may intermittently interfere with GDO's remote control system. The dual frequency feature greatly reduces the possibility of unwanted interference. The receiver in the GDO's powerhead can receive signals at 315 and 390 MHz. The remote is factory set at 315 MHz.

Switch your remote control frequency when:
  • Remote does not have adequate range
  • Remote works inconsistently with fresh battery installed LED
  • Feedback lights up when pressing button
  • Programming your car's HomeLink system
To program a HomeLink device (this GDO is HomeLink compatible):
  • Use a small flat screwdriver to switch the frequency selector to 390 MHz
  • Follow the HomeLink instructions in you cars owner's manual
  • Reset the remote control frequency to 315 MHz for everyday use


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