Garage Door Remote Control Replacement Instructions

Unlike our air conditioner remotes, our garage door remote control replacements are not universal. We have single remotes that are compatible with the more popular single brand / types in Australia. Therefore, the programming instructions need to be specific to the individual remote / type that you require. Our garage door alternative remotes are not only compact and stylish, they are also easy to program.

See our range of garage door remote replacement types below with their specific remote programming instructions.

 

Type: QN-RF038X compatible with Merlin M-842 (2 button green)

Suits Merlin products 430R and 230T post July 2001 and M-530 and M-532 with hopping receiver cards

Frequency: 433.92Mhz

Battery: CR2032*1

Modulation: FSK

 

Programming instructions

  1. Unscrew and remove the plastic lid / casing on existing ceiling mounted receiver/control unit
  2. Slide back the thin green coloured strip* to reveal control panel
  3. Locate the Learn button on the control panel
  4. Press the Learn button for more than one second, then press the button on the hand remote you wish to use for one second
  5. Press the remote button again to confirm
  6. The remote is now successfully compatible with your control unit

Thin green coloured strip*

This strip will only be on an original / authentic Merlin receiver/ control unit. Otherwise the control panel may already be exposed.

 

Type: QN-RS172X compatible with Merlin + or C945 (3 channel mini remote)

Suits Merlin models M650, M850, E940M, E943M, E945M, E950M, E128M and E138M

Frequency: 433.92Mhz

Battery: CR2032*1

Modulation: ASK

 

Programming instructions

  1. Locate the orange coloured Learn* button on the existing ceiling mounted receiver/control unit
  2. Press and hold the button on the hand remote you wish to use. The LED indicator on the remote should flash continuously
  3. Press and immediately release the orange coloured Learn* button on the existing ceiling mounted receiver/control unit
  4. The opener light on the receiver should flash or 2 clicks should be heard
  5. The remote is now successfully compatible with your control unit

The orange coloured Learn* button

The Learn button may be a different colour depending on the year of the model of the receiver / control unit

 

Type: QN-RS050X compatible with B&D

Suits B&D products FAM4, FAM5, FAMR, EL4, EL5, ELR, CAD4, CAD5, CADR, CADP, CADP Diamond, CAD Diamond WQ, CAD Diamond PD

Frequency: 433.92Mhz

Battery: CR2016*2

Modulation: ASK

 

Programming instructions

  1. Locate the orange coloured button on the existing ceiling mounted receiver/control unit
  2. Press the orange coloured button for about one second and let go
  3. Press the button you wish to use on the hand remote for about 2 seconds and until the opener light on the receiver flickers / clicks
  4. Press the same button on the hand remote to check it works
  5. The remote is now successfully compatible with your control unit

 

Type: QN-RF058X compatible with Dominator (4 button)

Frequency: 433.92Mhz

Battery: CR2032*1

Modulation: FSK

 

Programming instructions

  1. Unscrew and remove lid on existing ceiling mounted receiver/control unit to reveal the control panel
  2. Press the button you wish to use on the hand remote at the same time as the Unlock* button on the control panel until the light on the control unit comes on
  3. The light on the control unit will stay on for about 30 seconds and will then flash 3 times
  4. The remote is now successfully compatible with your control unit

Unlock* button

This button name could vary depending on the make or model of door

Type: QN-RS017X compatible with ATA (PTX-4) Securacode

(Suitable for overhead doors)

Suits models GDO 2v6, 2v7, 4v3 and 6v1

Frequency: 433.92Mhz

Battery: 27A

Modulation: ASK

 

Programming instructions

  1. Press and hold the Door Code* button on the ceiling mounted receiver/control unit
  2. Whilst continuing to press the Door Code* button, select a button on the hand remote unit and press for two seconds
  3. Release a button on the hand remote unit only for two seconds
  4. Press the hand remote unit button again for two seconds
  5. Release both the Door Code* button and the hand remote button at the same time
  6. The remote is now successfully compatible with your control unit

Door Code* button

This button name could vary depending on the make or model of door

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>