genie excelerator garage door opener

genie excelerator garage door opener

Genie Excelerator Garage Door Opener

Replacement Garage Door Openers and Garage Doors are our ONLY Business Open Up Your Worldwith Genie of Fairview Door Genie Door is a leading supplier of garage door parts and accessories. Founded in 1964, Genie has maintained its roots as a family business and continues to provide homeowners all over the country with openers, keypads, remotes, transmitters and just about any other part you could need for your garage door. We carry the best brands in the industry, including Genie, Liftmaster, Sears, Multicode, Stanley, Linear, and Allister / Allstar at affordable prices, and our customer support simply can’t be beat. If you’re looking for a more personal experience with professionals who know their product, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better supplier than Genie Door. Based in the Cleveland, Ohio, area, Genie Door is staffed by experts who follow the latest trends and technology in the garage door business. We understand that these products are often unfamiliar to our clients and seek to provide our customers with the facts and knowledge that will help them make the right purchases. For Genie Door, garage door openers aren’t just part of a larger business, they’re our only business, which means that we know this industry up and down, left and right. In addition to selling garage door opener replacement parts nationwide, Genie of Fairview Door Company also provides installation and repair services for homeowners in Cuyahoga, Medina and Summit counties. No matter what problems you may be having with your garage door, we’re confident our certified technicians can fix the problem so that you’re left with a garage door that makes your home safer and more convenient. If you have any questions about the products we carry or our installation and maintenance services, we invite you to call us today at 711-8410 or send us an email by visiting our contact page.
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Genie Excelerator Garage Door Opener

finca86@gmail.com of Lostant, IL on Feb. 28, 2016Satisfaction RatingI bought a garage door opener from Walmart in May of 2015. The garage door opener was from the Genie brand and was $157. The garage door opener was working fine till December of 2015. The garage door opener stopped working as the door would not open or close. When I called for assistance in January of 2016 the customer service representative asked me to troubleshoot. I did this by reprogramming the garage door opener and unhooking and hooking cables as they had instructed me to do. The garage door opener still did not work and they told me that it needs a new motherboard. I got the part in the mail and installed it, but the garage door opener still did not work. When I called customer assistance again in February of 2016 they asked me to troubleshoot again. I requested a new garage door opener or a refund and stated I could bring the garage door opener back to the store. At that time the customer service representative said there was nothing he could do anymore even though the garage door opener is still under warranty.Helpful?YesNo
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Genie Excelerator Garage Door Opener

Alia of Colorado Springs, CO on Dec. 17, 2015Satisfaction RatingMy husband and I bought the Genie SilentMax 1000 garage door opener 14 months ago to replace our quickly dying 15-year old dinosaur opener. At first we were impressed. The install was fairly easy to do on our own and we did it rather quickly. Once the opener was hung we were impressed with how quiet the opener was as it opened and closed the door. After about 6 months of use the opener became louder and louder and after 14 months of use the opener quit working. Each time the button was pushed it would raise to the point that the arm was jamming itself into the motor housing and then stopping 2 feet from the ground when lowered. After several attempts of reprogramming the opener we called a garage door repairman and Genie. We were told by Genie that the motherboard in the opener went out, and because we did not pay someone to hang it they would not honor the warranty. They offered to send a new motherboard for the cost of shipping, however to have the part installed was almost the same cost of another opener. When the garage door repairman came a few days later he told us that any brand other than Genie would have been a better use of our money. For what we paid I would have expected much more than 14 months of use. We are very disappointed.Helpful?YesNo
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Genie Excelerator Garage Door Opener

My husband and I bought the Genie SilentMax 1000 garage door opener 14 months ago to replace our quickly dying 15-year old dinosaur opener. At first we were impressed. The install was fairly easy to do on our own and we did it rather quickly. Once the opener was hung we were impressed with how quiet the opener was as it opened and closed the door. After about 6 months of use the opener became louder and louder and after 14 months of use the opener quit working. Each time the button was pushed it would raise to the point that the arm was jamming itself into the motor housing and then stopping 2 feet from the ground when lowered. After several attempts of reprogramming the opener we called a garage door repairman and Genie. We were told by Genie that the motherboard in the opener went out, and because we did not pay someone to hang it they would not honor the warranty. They offered to send a new motherboard for the cost of shipping, however to have the part installed was almost the same cost of another opener. When the garage door repairman came a few days later he told us that any brand other than Genie would have been a better use of our money. For what we paid I would have expected much more than 14 months of use. We are very disappointed.Helpful?YesNo
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Genie Excelerator Garage Door Opener

My husband and I bought the Genie SilentMax 1000 garage door opener 14 months ago to replace our quickly dying 15-year old dinosaur opener. At first we were impressed. The install was fairly easy to do on our own and we did it rather quickly. Once the opener was hung we were impressed with how quiet the opener was as it opened and closed the door. After about 6 months of use the opener became louder and louder and after 14 months of use the opener quit working. Each time the button was pushed it would raise to the point that the arm was jamming itself into the motor housing and then stopping 2 feet from the ground when lowered. After several attempts of reprogramming the opener we called a garage door repairman and Genie. We were told by Genie that the motherboard in the opener went out, and because we did not pay someone to hang it they would not honor the warranty. They offered to send a new motherboard for the cost of shipping, however to have the part installed was almost the same cost of another opener. When the garage door repairman came a few days later he told us that any brand other than Genie would have been a better use of our money. For what we paid I would have expected much more than 14 months of use. We are very disappointed.
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Genie Excelerator Garage Door Opener

To program a built-in-car transmitter to a rolling code garage door opener (Genie rolling code is called Intellicode, Liftmaster/Sears is called Security plus), you should take the following steps. Clear out anything previously programmed into the in-car system from the factory by holding down on the 2-outside buttons simultaneously, until the in-car red light starts flashing rapidly. This may take up to a minute. (In a few cases, some make cars require the keys to be in the ignition, or the car motor must be running, or the car door must be shut) Decide which button you want to make to be your in-car garage door transmitter. Hold your transmitter up near the selected button, pressing both the garage door remote and the selected in-car transmitter button simultaneously. Hold down on the buttons until the in-car, red light flashes rapidly. this sets the in-car transmitter to be your garage door openers make transmitter, but you are not done. You now need to make this in-car transmitter your personal transmitter. Go to the Learn Button on your garage door opener. The button is usually right next to the area the floppy antenna is connected to the motor head. With Genie it is most often behind the light lens, and flashes red when pressed. With Sears or Liftmaster (Chamberlain) it is near, or part of, the terminal screw board. It is usually square shaped, sometimes round, and always colored red, amber or purple. Press this learn button momentarily. A red light should start to flash or an amber light should turn on and stay lit. Go back to the in-car transmitter button you programmed and press this button 3 or 4 times, or until the door starts moving. This should set your in-car transmitter to your garage door opener.

Genie Excelerator Garage Door Opener

Genie Excelerator Garage Door Opener

Published on Mar 3, 2017 | Under Garage | By michael ellis
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