Dominator Garage Door Remote

Dominator Garage Door Remote

Programming a Cobra Remote To programme a Dominator Cobra remote, please follow these instructions, or alternatively download the following PDF file. – Select “Handheld” mode using the “LEARN” button on the unit (display shows “H” – Within 10 seconds, momentarily press the required button on the transmitter. The decimal point indicator on the display will flash and then stay on. – Repress the same button again momentarily, the decimal point indicator will flash and then the display will show the memory location number for that function (eg. “H xx”). The location number “xx” will be the first free handheld location number in the memory. – Your remote will now operate your door. To delete a Dominator Cobra remote from memory, please follow these instructions, or alternatively download the following PDF file. – Select “Erase” mode using the “LEARN” button on the unit (display shows “E”) – Press and hold a button on the required transmitter for 2 seconds until the decimal point stays on. – Release the transmitter button until the decimal point turns off, then press the transmitter button again for 2 seconds; the decimal point will flash and then stay on. – The display will flash twice (CLR) once the transmitter code has been removed from memory. – If you do not have the remote that you want to delete from memory, after selecting “Erase” mode: – Find the memory location of the transmitter to be erased – momentarily press button 1 on a transmitter to display the next used memory location number (eg. “H xx”). Momentarily pressing button 2 will display the previous memory location number (eg. “H xx”). – Once the memory location is located, momentarily pressing button 3 will clear the transmitter function that is memorised in the displayed location number. If no transmitters are stored in memory (memory empty) “H” will be displayed.
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Dominator Garage Door Remote

When it comes to protecting your assets and family, you can’t buy better than a Dominator Garage Door. Hardwearing, durable and tough, with built-in peace of mind. All you have to do is call and we’ll do the rest. With a network of 30 Dominator distributors throughout New Zealand, one of our technicians will walk you through the process, from selecting the right garage door, through to installation and after-sales care.
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Dominator Garage Door Remote

Programming a 433 Remote To programme a 433 Remote, please follow these instructions, or alternatively download the following PDF file. – Turn the power off to the unit for 5 seconds – Turn the power back on – Push “Programme” button twice (eg. push push) – All 4 small red lights (LEDs) will light up & flash – When the lights stop flashing, LED one will be on constant (not flashing), this means that it already has a remote control programmed in to it – You must then push the “programme” button again once, the #2 LED will come on, if this is also constant (not flashing), it already has a remote control programmed in to it. (NOTE: each light represents a remote code) – Keep pushing the “programme” button until one of the LEDs is flashing (this represents an empty memory slot). – Once the light is flashing, push and hold the remote button until the light stops flashing, and release the remote button. – Wait several seconds and automatically all lights will flash on and off. Once this has happened, you can use your remote. To wipe a code on a 433 Remote, please follow these instructions, or alternatively download the following PDF file. – Turn the power off to the unit for 20 seconds – Push the “programme” button twice (eg. push push) – After several seconds all lights will flash on & off. Light 1 will come on. – If you want to delete the code on LIGHT 1, push and hold the “programme” button until the light starts to flash – the code is now wiped. – You may then by pushing the “programme” button once, cycle through each LED light and delete when required.
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Dominator Garage Door Remote

Dominator install’s quality garage doors in the three available styles being tip-up, sectional overhead or roll-up’s. Due to our vast experience we are capable of installing doors on carports and garage design’s where most would consider the job not possible. We also design and manufacture sliding gates, burglar bars and other steelwork products which are galvanized and installed to our client’s specifications.
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Dominator Garage Door Remote

Play it Safe Work with the door down. If the problem is a broken door spring and you pull the emergency release cord while the door is in the raised position, the door could come crashing down. Unplug the opener. That way, you won’t lose a finger if your unsuspecting housemate hits the remote button while you’re working. Even worse, you could electrocute yourself, in which case you wouldn’t be able to blame your housemate at all.
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Dominator Garage Door Remote

Check Your Door First With the door closed, pull the emergency release cord and lift the door to see if it opens and closes smoothly. If it doesn’t, the problem is with your tracks, rollers or springs rather than your opener. Learn more about garage door tune-ups.
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Dominator Garage Door Remote

If you can’t find one for your garage door opener model, you can try a universal remote or you can install a new receiver. A receiver replaces the radio frequency the opener uses with its own. An added bonus of a new receiver is that it will automatically update older openers to the new rolling code technology, which stops the bad guys from stealing your code. Just plug the new receiver into an outlet close to the opener, and run the two wires provided to the same terminals the wall switch is connected to.
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Dominator Garage Door Remote

With the door closed, pull the emergency release cord and lift the door to see if it opens and closes smoothly. If it doesn’t, the problem is with your tracks, rollers or springs rather than your opener. Learn more about garage door tune-ups.
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Lube the Rail No matter what type of garage door opener you have, you should always lube the rail where it comes in contact with the trolley carriage. Use a lubricant that doesn’t attract dirt. Silicone spray is a good choice. If you have a screw-drive opener, you’ll need to grease several spots along the rail gear at least once or twice a year. In colder climates, use lithium grease, which won’t harden when the temperature drops. Many home centers sell specifically formulated products near the openers. And don’t use too much or it could drip on your car.
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When your garage door opener suddenly stops operating properly, the explanation and solution are usually pretty easy to deal with.Here are the most common problems, along with the most likely repairs for each. For adjustments and repairs that aren’t self-evident, check the owner’s manual or contact a professional.
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No matter what type of garage door opener you have, you should always lube the rail where it comes in contact with the trolley carriage. Use a lubricant that doesn’t attract dirt. Silicone spray is a good choice. If you have a screw-drive opener, you’ll need to grease several spots along the rail gear at least once or twice a year. In colder climates, use lithium grease, which won’t harden when the temperature drops. Many home centers sell specifically formulated products near the openers. And don’t use too much or it could drip on your car.
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Unplug the opener. That way, you won’t lose a finger if your unsuspecting housemate hits the remote button while you’re working. Even worse, you could electrocute yourself, in which case you wouldn’t be able to blame your housemate at all.
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If the remote works but the wall switch doesn’t, you may need to replace either the wall switch or the switch wires. To determine whether the switch or the wires are bad, first unscrew the switch from the wall and touch the two wires together (don’t worry, the wires are low voltage and won’t shock you). If the opener runs, you have a bad switch. If you have an older-model opener, a cheap doorbell button might work. If you have a newer opener that has a light and a locking option on the switch, buy the one designed for your model. A new one should cost you about $15.
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If the wall switch works but one of the remotes doesn’t, check the batteries first. Still nothing? You may need a new remote. Home centers carry a few models, and you can find a wide selection online.
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If the door goes up but goes down only when you hold down the wall switch, check to see that the safety sensors are in alignment. The small light on each sensor should be lit up when nothing is between them. Door sensors do go bad, so if no light is showing at all, you may need to replace them. You can save yourself some time by using the existing wires. Also, direct sunlight shining on sensor eyes can make them misbehave.
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If the trolley carriage moves but the door doesn’t open, the culprit is probably a broken trolley carriage. Before you pull the old one off, clamp down the chain to the rail. This will help maintain the location of the chain on the sprocket and speed up reassembly.