Genie is a company that manufactures and distributes residential and commercial garage door openers. Its main office is located in Mt. Hope, Ohio. Many retail and home improvement stores sell Genie garage door openers, including Sears, Lowe's and The Home Depot.
The Genie website and Genie-Help.com both offer instructions for programming Genie Intellicode and other remotes. Manuals are available on both the Genie and The Home Depot's websites for Intellicode two- and three-button remotes as well as Genie keypads.
To program a remote for a Genie garage door, first press the "learn code" button on the back of the garage opener unit, then press the button on the remote twice. An LED light on the main unit will indicate if the remote has been found by the unit.
The Ankle Genie is a zip-up compression support sleeve for injured, weak or swollen ankles. The neoprene sleeve helps to relieve swelling and reduce pain and fatigue. Designed for sports, traveling or everyday use, the Ankle Genie fits under or over socks and in shoes.
People who have the Genie, a garage door opener, troubleshoot problems they encounter with it by identifying the specific problem. The owner's manual has the correct procedure to program the Genie remote and may help in solving some common problems.
Make a girl's genie costume by taking a pink, purple or blue long sleeve shirt, cutting off the bottom half and slitting it up the front to make a jacket. Wear the jacket over a full body jumper in a complementary color. Make a headpiece by cutting off the bottom two to...
To troubleshoot a Genie garage door opener, check if the Sensor, Status and Source lights are on without blinking to ensure that the door mechanism is working properly. Additionally, check if there is power supply to the keypad and that there is no loose connection in t...