Programming Genie remote is always a piece of cake no matter what series the remote has. Genie garage door opener programming remote Series II Mini Transmitter I-C has a simple and quick instruction just like other remote programming.
Series II Mini Transmitter-IC can control up to three garage door openers
Series II Mini Transmitter-IC controls up to three garage door openers made from 1997and up to present time. This remote can store Transmitter, Wireless Keypad and other Genie access device codes up to seven devices in Receiver Memory at once. One single receiver is programmed with one Multi-Button transmitter only while the other buttons are controlling other door operators.
You need to locate the radio signal indicator and receiver learn code button on Genie garage door opener programming remote Series II Mini Transmitter I-C instruction first step. Next, click the learn code button and release it. Indicator light is flashing twice per second. Press the button again in 30 seconds and press the same button to store the transmitter code into receiver memory. The indicator light is off.
To erase all receiver memory due to lost or stolen transmitter you can press and hold the learn code button for ten seconds or radio control stops to flash and off, the transmitter codes are completely gone from receiver memory. You can perform reprogramming the transmitter of remaining transmitter codes to operate the door.
Next, to operate transmitter instruction on Genie garage door opener programming remote Series II Mini Transmitter I-C, point out the transmitter at the exact position where the garage door is located. Firmly press the button on the transmitter and you will see in a second, the door is moving. You can test your transmitter by clicking the button once again. You will see the door stops moving. Pressing the button on the transmitter once again will cause the door moving in the opposite direction and it will stop automatically at the end of opening or closing cycle.