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Your MVP Quik-Code Wireless Keyless Entry is designed to remotely operate
MVP garage door openers. The system permits the user to select one of 10,000
personal identification numbers (PIN’s) and operate multiple doors by using
different PIN’s. The radio frequency of the remote controls is fixed and tuned at
the factory; adjustments are not required and should not be attempted by the end
Proper installation of your radio controls will assure years of
READ THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS THOROUGHLY
BEFORE STARTING INSTALLATION
Keep transmitters and remote controls out of the reach of children.
Do not let children play with or use the transmitter or remote controls.
Unexpected door operations can cause personal injury or property damage.
Do not place transmitter where the buttons can be accidentally or
Allstar MVP Quik-CodeTransmitters and Receivers are
compatible with HomeLink®.
HomeLink® is a registered trade mark of Johnson Controls.
Features of the Quik-Code Wireless Keyless Entry
On/Reset Key: This key turns on the keypad and light system allowing you to
operated the system as well as to see the keys in the dark. The keypad will
remain lit for 20 seconds after the last key is pressed.
Single Button Mode: Once you have entered a valid PIN and your door
operator begins to function, the number keys remain active for 20 seconds.
Pressing any one of these keys sends another signal to the operator and allows
you to stop and start the door operator.
Low Battery Indicator: The lighting for your keypad also serves as a low
battery indicator. When the keypad lights flash on and off the battery should be
replaced with a standard 9 volt battery.
Non-Volatile Memory: It is not necessary to reprogram the keypad after you
replace your battery.
Wireless Keyless Entry