Allstar Products Group 6500 user manual

User manual for the device Allstar Products Group 6500

Device: Allstar Products Group 6500
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INSTALLER: Place this manual in the plastic envelope provided and permanently
attach to the wall near the pushbutton.
INSTALLATION AND
OWNER’S MANUAL
6000 SERIES
Residential Vehicular Garage Door Operator
MODELS: 6000, 6500, 6500-P & J6500
107063
Serial #:
READ THIS MANUAL
Date Installed:
CAREFULLY BEFORE
As of date of manufacture,
Your Dealer:
meets all ANSI/UL 325
INSTALLATION OR USE
Safety Requirements for
Vehicular Garage Door
Operators
1

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Product Features ................................................................................... 2 Component Identification/Tools Required ........................................... 4 Section A: Assembly Instructions ....................................................... 5 Section B: Installation Notes ................................................................ 6 Section C: Installing the Operator ....................................................... 7

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PRODUCT FEATURES Entrapment Protection Devices: The 6000 Series The purpose of this booklet is to provide assembly, All-Clear™ Photosystem (light beam across the door installation and operation information concerning the 6000 opening) can be easily connected to the Opener. Control Series Residential Garage Door Openers and related Accessory circuitry monitors the device continuously for proper Products. operation. (Page 20) Consult the factory for NOTICE compatibility of other auxi

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COMPONENT IDENTIFICATION DRIVE CHAIN TROLLEY OUTER HALF DOOR ARMS MASTER LINKS OPENER HEAD UNIT CHAIN ONE-PIECE SECTIONAL DOORS DOORS GUARD WALL MOUNTING BRACKET DOOR MOUNTING BRACKETS TEE RAIL CHAIN LIMIT RUBBER BUMPER !!!! WARNING CAM FRONT IDLER Child can be pinned under automatic garage door. Death or serious injury can result. • Never let child walk or run under moving door. • Never let child use door opener controls. • Always keep moving door in sight.

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A: ASSEMBLY INSTRUCTIONS If Your Opener Is Supplied Fully Assembled, Please Disregard This Page. NOTE: The Tee Rail/Chain Assembly is packaged separately from the Power Unit. 104363 The Inner Trolley half, Front Idler Sprocket, Chain, Restraining Device and Limit Cams are assembled on the Tee Rail at the factory. Follow the steps outlined below to complete assembly prior to installation. Refer to the component identification illustrations on the previous page. STEP 1: Protect the

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B: IMPORTANT INSTALLATION TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR DEATH: READ AND FOLLOW ALL WARNING! INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS! WARNING: AN UNBALANCED DOOR OR •REINFORCE LIGHTWEIGHT FIBERGLASS, ONE THAT STICKS OR BINDS MAY ALUMINUM AND STEEL DOOR TOP SECTIONS PREVENT THE SENSING SYSTEM FROM TO AVOID DAMAGE AND TO INSURE PROPER WORKING PROPERLY, CAUSING INJURY OR OPERATION OF THE SAFETY REVERSE DEATH. ENSURE DOOR IS PROPERLY SYSTEM. CONTACT YOUR DOOR BALANCED AND ELIMINATE ANY ST

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C: INSTALLING THE OPERATOR IMPORTANT! IDENTIFY YOUR DOOR TYPE FROM THOSE ILLUSTRATED BELOW AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS FOR THAT TYPE OF DOOR 104367 104368 SECTIONAL DOOR ONE PIECE DOOR ONE PIECE DOOR ONE PIECE DOOR HORIZONTAL TRACK CURVED TRACK NO TRACK NO TRACK JAMB HARDWARE PIVOT HARDWARE JAMB HARDWARE HIGH ARC OF HIGH ARC OF HIGH ARC OF HIGH ARC OF DOOR TRAVEL DOOR TRAVEL DOOR TRAVEL DOOR TRAVEL TRACK DOOR DOOR TRACK DOOR DOOR JAMB HARD- PIVOT WARE FOR THESE TYPES

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C: INSTALLING THE OPERATOR 104370 STEP 1A: Mounting the Front Bracket — One Header Bracket Piece Doors Without Track: Mark a vertical centerline on the header above the door. Manually raise Bracket Distance Above Floor the door to its high arc position and temporarily clamp (See Chart) in that position. With the door in this high arc position, measure the distance from the top of the door to the floor (see figure at left). Subtract the actual door height Highest Point from the

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C: INSTALLING THE OPERATOR STEP 2: Raise the Tee Rail so that the Front Idler Bracket and Front Mounting Bracket align. Insert bolt and tighten nut loosely for now. Later in the installation, this nut must be tightened securely. STEP 3 — Sectional Doors and One Piece Doors with Track: Raise the Opener and rest the Power Unit on a ladder or other sturdy support. Open the door the full open position. Allow 2" of space between the Tee Rail and the top section of the door (as shown i

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C: INSTALLING THE FIBERGLASS, ALUMINUM OR LIGHTWEIGHT STEEL GARAGE DOORS WILL REQUIRE REINFORCEMENT BEFORE INSTALLATION OF DOOR MOUNTING BRACKET. CONTACT CAUTION! YOUR DOOR MANUFACTURER FOR A REINFORCEMENT KIT STEP 6: DOOR ARM CONNECTION AND INSTALLATION NOTE: If the door is of light construction it may be necessary to reinforce the center stile with steel angle or wood to prevent damage to the door if it encounters an obstruction on closing. 104376 SECTIONAL DOORS AND ONE-PI

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C: INSTALLING THE OPERATOR STEP 7: Tie a double overhand knot in one end of the Emergency Release Rope and slip the other end through the red Release Handle, the Release Instruction Card, and the hole at the end of the Release Lever on the Trolley. Tie a second double overhand knot in the free end, adjusting the Rope so that the Red Handle is 6 FT above the floor. If the Rope must be cut, DOUBLE flame seal the cut end with a match or lighter. OVERHAND KNOT NOTE: The Emergency Rele

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C: INSTALLING THE OPERATOR STEP 9: Consult the label on the rear panel of the Opener to determine its proper working voltage. Normally it will be marked for 115V, 60 cycle operation. (If it is an export model designed for 220V, 50 cycle operation, the label will clearly indicate this.) The Opener must be plugged into a properly grounded receptacle within 3 FT of the Power Unit. A GFI Type receptacle is recommended. Do not use 2-prong adapters and do not use extension cords for anythin

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D: AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT AN AUTOMATIC GARAGE DOOR SYSTEM POSES A THREAT OF INJURY OR EVEN DEATH. INSTALL THE ALL-CLEAR PHOTOSYSTEM NO HIGHER THAN 4” - 6” ABOVE THE GARAGE FLOOR TO REDUCE THE RISK TO SMALL CHILDREN. WARNING RISK OF ENTRAPMENT. DISCONNECT POWER TO THE OPENER BEFORE AND DURING INSTALLATION OF THIS ACCESSORY. DO NOT RECONNECT POWER TO OPENER UNTIL INSTRUCTED WARNING TO DO SO. ENSURE DOORWAY IS CLEAR BEFORE STARTING TESTING OF UNIT. INSTALLATION OF 2 WIRE ALL-CLEAR P

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D: AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT A. Attach the"U" brackets to the "L" brackets with a 1/4-20 carriage 104383 bolt, washer and hex nut (provided). Insert the bolt from the inside of the "U" bracket and hand tighten only at this time. B. Place the transmitter and receiver units into their respective "U" brackets. See Illustration, at right. C. Connect the interconnect wire pair to the garage door opener terminals marked "4" & "5". Although not required, it is suggested that the "trace" be connecte

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D: AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT Setting The Coding Switches: When setting the Coding Switches THE FACTORY 104386 PRE-SET CODES MUST BE CHANGED TO PREVENT UNAUTHORIZED OPERATION. Transmitter and Receiver codes must be set IDENTICALLY. If just one Code Switch is mismatched, the Radio Controls will not function. NOTE: For security reasons, it is advisable NOT to set all the switches in the same position. Mounting The Receiver: After setting the Coding Switches, mount the Receiver on the rear

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D: AUXILIARY EQUIPMENT 108387 MOUNTING HOLES BACK FRONT 2-CONDUCTOR 22 GAUGE WIRE STEP 3: Push the wire jacket into one of the two notches provided at the ends of the housing, allowing a maximum of 1/8” inch of the jacket inside the case (too much will make mounting difficult). Carefully tuck the loose wires into the case and mount the unit using the screws provided. STEP 4: Run the wire from the Super Station to the operator, supporting it at 18” intervals with suitable staples.

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F: OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS TO REDUCE THE RISK OF SEVERE INJURY OR WARNING DEATH, READ AND FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS! • NEVER let children operate or play with door controls. Keep the Remote Control away from children. • ALWAYS keep a moving door in sight and keep people and objects away from the door area until the door is completely closed. NO ONE SHOULD CROSS THE PATH OF A MOVING DOOR.

Summary of the content on the page No. 18

F: OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT STEP 2: Adjusting the Sensitivity Force — Sensitivity System force adjustment screws are located on the side rails of the Power Unit and can easily be adjusted with a screwdriver. Turn the screws CLOCKWISE for more force and COUNTERCLOCKWISE for less force. CLOSE FORCE 104391 ADJUSTMENT WARNING IMPROPER ADJUSTMENT OF SENSITIVITY SYSTEM FORCE COULD CAUSE ENTRAPMENT, INJURY OR DEATH. SET ADJUSTMENTS FOR JUST ENOUGH FORCE TO OPERATE THE DOOR RELIABL

Summary of the content on the page No. 19

F: OPERATION AND ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS A DAMAGED OR MALFUNCTIONING PHOTOELECTRIC ACCESSORY SYSTEM COULD ENABLE A GARAGE DOOR TO CLOSE ON PEOPLE OR PROPERTY, CAUSING SERIOUS INJURY OR DEATH. PERFORM THIS TEST MONTHLY TO ENSURE YOUR ALL-CLEAR IS WORKING PROPERLY. 104393 STEP 5: Testing the All-Clear™ Photosystem — Start the door in the close travel direction and then place an obstacle approximately 8" high by 12" wide in the path of the beam. The Red Pilot Light on the All-

Summary of the content on the page No. 20

For Opener Models: 6000, 6500, 6500-P and J6500 108389 OPERATOR WIRING DIAGRAM 20


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