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How to Program the Travel on a Chamberlain Garage Door Opener with a Yellow Learn Button
If you own a Chamberlain garage door opener with a yellow learn button, you may need to program the travel settings for your garage door. Setting the travel limits ensures the door opens and closes smoothly, preventing potential damage or malfunctions. This blog post will guide you through programming the travel on a Chamberlain garage door opener with a yellow learn button. So, let’s get started!
Step 1: Prepare for Programming
Before you begin programming the travel on your Chamberlain garage door opener, make sure you have the following items ready:
- A ladder (if needed) to access the motor unit of the garage door opener.
- A remote control that is compatible with your Chamberlain garage door opener.
- Clear access to the garage door and its surrounding area.
- Pen and paper to jot down any important information during the programming process.
Step 2: Locate the Yellow Learn Button
Locate the yellow learn button to program the travel on your Chamberlain garage door opener. The yellow learn button is typically found near the antenna wire on the back or side of the motor unit. It may also be labeled as “Learn” or have an image of an antenna next to it.
Step 3: Clear Existing Travel Settings
Before setting the new travel limits, it’s essential to clear any existing travel settings. To do this, press and hold the yellow learn button until the LED light on the motor unit turns off. Once the LED light goes off, release the button. This action erases any previously programmed travel limits.
Step 4: Set the Upward Travel Limit
Press and release the yellow learn button to program the upward travel limit. The LED light on the motor unit will flash and then remain lit. At this point, press and hold the button on your remote control that you want to use to operate the garage door. Hold the remote control button until the garage door reaches the desired fully open position. Once the door reaches the desired position, release the remote control button.
Step 5: Set the Downward Travel Limit
Press and release the yellow learn button to program the downward travel limit again. The LED light will start flashing. Now, press and hold the remote control button that you want to use to close the garage door. Hold the button down until the door reaches the desired fully closed position. Once the door reaches the desired position, release the remote control button.
Step 6: Test the Travel Limits
Testing the door’s movement is essential after setting upward and downward travel limits. Stand clear of the door’s path and press the remote control button to open and close the garage door. Ensure the door opens and closes smoothly without hesitation or excessive force. You may need to repeat the programming process if you notice any issues, such as the door not reaching the desired position or encountering obstacles.
Step 7: Finalize the Programming
Once you have verified that the travel limits are correctly set, and the garage door operates smoothly, press the yellow learn button one last time to exit the programming mode. The LED light on the motor unit will turn off, indicating that the programming is complete.
Congratulations! You have successfully programmed the travel on your Chamberlain garage door opener with a yellow learn button. By following these steps, you can ensure that your garage door operates efficiently and safely.
Remember, if you encounter any difficulties during the programming process or if your garage door continues to malfunction, it’s recommended to consult the Chamberlain user manual or contact Chamberlain Garage Door Opener customer support for further assistance.