The Clicker K3 and Clicker CLK1 are keypad remote garage door openers used to send a remote signal to the garage door to lock and unlock, raise and lower garage doors. The Clicker keypad is ideally mounted to a flat surface inside the home or in the garage at the door used to access the interior of the house. Clicker is compatible with many of the leading brands of garage door opener machinery manufactured by Genie, Linear, Multi-Code, Chamberlain, Lift-Master, Master Mechanic, Sears, Wayne Dalton and Stanley.
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Press number keys one, two then three on the Clicker key pad.
Press the "Star" key on the Clicker key pad.
Enter the three-digit personal identification number you would like to use.
Press the "Star" key.
Examine the garage door opener machinery or its existing hand-held remote control and Identify the security code associated with the machinery. The switches used to indicate the code are usually located on the remote that came with the machinery, or on the opener receiver housing or panel, or under the plastic lamp covering. Depending on the manufacturer, the opener has an 8-, 9-, 10- or 12-digit code. Write it down.
Wait at least 30 seconds after programming the PIN before programming the security code.
Enter the PIN and press the "Pound" key.
Press the number on the keypad associated with the machinery's manufacturer as follows: Press the "One" key for Linear and Moor-O-Matic; the "Two" key for Stanley, the "Three" key for Multi-Code; the "Four" key for Chamberlain, Lift-Master, Master Mechanic, Sears or Wayne Dalton; the "Five" key for any nine-switch Genie; and the "Six" key for any 12-switch Genie. Press the pound symbol.
Enter the number sequence code and press the pound symbol.
Find the "Smart" programming button on the machinery's receiver panel.
Enter the selected PIN.
Press and hold any other number key while simultaneously pressing the "Smart" key.
Release the number and "Smart" keys.
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