Unlock Garage Door Opener Wall Control Unit


Uploaded by PrecisionGarageDoor on 30.06.2011

Transcript:
[Musical Jingle - "Precision Door - A name you can trust]
Hi, I'm Derek with Precision Door.
Have you been accusing your garage door remote control of misbehaving?
Before you point the finger of blame on this little guy, you might want to have a talk with his bigger sister – the Wall Control Unit.
“Who me?”
This video will address a common problem homeowners have with their wall buttons.
Off Screen] – kids arguing
Hey! Stop pulling your sister's low voltage wire!
Practically all wall control units look and operate the same way with a three button feature.
The main button will open and close your garage door.
There is also a lock button – sometimes referred to as “The Vacation Button”.
So if you're leaving your home for an extended period of time and decided on leaving your car out in the driveway...with a remote in it...
and you don't want anybody to break into your car, take your remote and gain entry to your home....all you have to do is...
Push the lock button for a second or two and the lights start flashing. That means that your remotes have been locked out.
The light on the motor will also flash, indicating that your unit is locked.
This is also a good way to keep out snoopy neighbors who like to borrow things from your garage when you're not home...and never return them...
[To neighbor off camera] – Yeah, I'm talking about you Harry!
He still has my lawnmower.
Even though your remotes are locked out, your unit can still operate with the wall button.
To get out of lock mode, just push the lock button for a couple of seconds and the light will stop flashing.
Once the light goes solid, your remotes are back in business.
The last button on the wall control unit is the light button. It turns on the light located in the motor.
When the door is in use, the motor light goes on automatically and will stay on for four and a half minutes before shutting off.
The light button keeps the motor on for an extended period of time. For instance, if you need to work in the garage.
Just remember that if you turn the light on with the button, you have to turn it off with the same button. It won't automatically shut off like it does when the door is in use.
So remember – before you start changing batteries or taking out frustrations on that poor little innocent remote device...
[Hard KNOCK, KNOCK, KNOCK on the garage door]
...you should first have a talk with its bigger sibling – The Wall Control Unit.
You might be able to solve your problem with just the push of a button.
[Hard KNOCK, KNOCK, KNOCK on the garage door]
If this video hasn't helped and you're still having trouble...
Hard KNOCK, KNOCK, KNOCK on the garage door]
...give us a call and we'll have one of our certified technicians come out to take a look. We're Precision Door. A name you can trust.
[Hard KNOCK, KNOCK, KNOCK on the garage door]
[From behind the door] - “Helloooooo...Anyone there???”
Nice. Thanks for locking me out.
I don't have a twin brother.....Who is this guy?