When you buy a new Genie garage door opener wired keypad, you need to program the keypad to the opener so the keypad can send signals to operate the door. You will find no difficulties in programming any accessory devices of Genie garage door opener. How to program Genie garage door openers wired keypad is written clearly in the manual.
If you do not have the manual of how to program Genie garage door openers wired keypad with you, follow these basic instructions of programming wired keypad below:
How to program Genie garage door openers wired keypad begins with setting up the security code. You need to be determined as to select the right security code. Do not get a long code so you will easily forget nor too short, so unauthorized people easily remember it. Avoid using the combination of number that other people can guess it without thinking, such as date of birth, house number, family member names, contact number, or etc. You should not use * button as the security code and make sure it is the combination of three to eight digits of number.
Start the programming by moving the program switch to SET position. Press the security code you have decided. End it by pressing the * button for one time. Your security code is now recorded on the keypad. You should not enter the * button more than once, if you press the * button more than one time the system will automatically erase the security code. The security code will not recorded and every time the * button is pressed accidentally or intentionally the door will operate automatically.
If you have finished, now you need to move the program switch to RUN position. To see whether the code is stored or not you can test the code. Press the * button and see if the unit operates or not, the unit should not operate if the code is stored. Enter a false code and press the * button, the unit should not activate. Enter your right security code and press the * button, now the unit should operate well.