Garage Design. Friday , January 12th , 2018 - 19:21:59 PM
Here are some of the most common terms you will encounter in the manual, plus some easy to understand definitions. Opener: The opener is not the remote, and vice versa. The opener is a large box, usually fitted with a light, and holds a motor that lifts the door. There will be a small button (facing the entrance of the house, not the garage) that is used during the programming process. Remote: The remote is relatively tiny when compared to the opener. It is typically a handheld device, or is attached to a keyring. It may or may not be required during programming. Connector: The connector is a cable that comes with keyless entry pads. It resembles an audio wire or cell phone charging cable. It is sometimes used during programming. Terminal: The terminal is an outlet for the connector cable and looks like a jack. Lets go over 4 models and see how it is done. Genie: On this model, programming involves pressing a button on the opener with the word learn. You will press it once when you are in range of the remote, and once again to complete programming. Liftmaster: Again, you will locate the button with the word learn. Press once to begin programming, and another time once you havve entered the code on the keyless entry pad or pressed open on the remote. Linear: Find the learn button (notice a pattern yet?), press it to get started. Quickly enter your code from the keyless entry number pad. You will only have 15 seconds to do this, so make sure you are ready. Press the button again to finish programming. Marantec: This brand is a little different. First, locate the connector that came with the system and plug it in. Then, from the keyless entry unit, press enter or send to get started. Enter your code, then press the enter or send button one last time to program the code. Now, unplug the connector.
A garage door is one of the most important components of your garage. It not only provides security but also can be a design statement for the rest of your property.
They provide good security to your vehicles and they are fitted with four latches. They are available in timber, GRP (Glass Reinforced Plastic), steel and ABS. One point to note though is that this door provides you with a reduced drive-through width, due to side spring assemblies.
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