Since 1995, Genie is no longer uses dip switches applied to their garage door opener products. Genie uses and advanced system the Genie Intellicode. The Intellicode is a security system that will roll codes every time the garage door opener is engaged, so there will be different code is applied every time the door closes or opens. This technology is the standard feature that applied on Genie garage door opener that manufactured since 1995 including openers, keypads, and remotes. Genie makes sure the Genie Intellicode programming project will be much easier. It is easy too when users perform Genie Intellicode garage door opener remote programming project.
Any programming project is starting by locating the Learn Code Button and Indicator LED light, which are located on the front of the motor unit or behind the light cover or on the back of the motor unit. Genie Intellicode garage door opener remote programming project is initiated by pressing and releasing the Learn Code Button on the opener, the indicator LED light is blinking two times per second. If the learn button is pressed and held, all the memory on the receiver on the opener will be erased. Get your remote immediately and press the button you want to program to the opener. Indicator LED light stays lit, solid. Once again, press the chosen button on the remote, indicator will go out or flashing and then go out. The remote button is programmed to the opener.
To confirm that Genie Intellicode garage door opener remote programming project has succeeded, you can test the remote by pressing the chosen remote button once and see if the opener moves or not. If the door does not move, you need to repeat the programming Genie Intellicode remote once again. If necessary, before repeat the programming you need to check the wall button and see if the lock switch is not switched to the lock position.