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Circuit diagram of garage door remote control



 
 
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Old September 12th 04, 10:23 PM
heja
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Default Circuit diagram of garage door remote control

I own a Einhell garage door opener with remote control
It does not work anymore. It is transmitting continuously. Inside the
cabinet there is a microswitch that is operated by the battery door. When
this one is activated it starts transmitting and does not stop anymore.
Without a circuit diagram and part numbers removed from the two IC's on the
board it is very hard to find the problem.

Does anyone have a circuit diagram??

Type MS 433
Art-Nr 16.602.00



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Old September 13th 04, 12:32 AM
James Sweet
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"heja" wrote in message
t.nl...
I own a Einhell garage door opener with remote control
It does not work anymore. It is transmitting continuously. Inside the
cabinet there is a microswitch that is operated by the battery door. When
this one is activated it starts transmitting and does not stop anymore.
Without a circuit diagram and part numbers removed from the two IC's on

the
board it is very hard to find the problem.

Does anyone have a circuit diagram??

Type MS 433
Art-Nr 16.602.00




If they've gone so far as to remove part numbers then there's certainly no
schematic available.


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Old September 13th 04, 12:32 AM
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"heja" wrote in message
t.nl...
I own a Einhell garage door opener with remote control
It does not work anymore. It is transmitting continuously. Inside the
cabinet there is a microswitch that is operated by the battery door. When
this one is activated it starts transmitting and does not stop anymore.
Without a circuit diagram and part numbers removed from the two IC's on

the
board it is very hard to find the problem.

Does anyone have a circuit diagram??

Type MS 433
Art-Nr 16.602.00




If they've gone so far as to remove part numbers then there's certainly no
schematic available.


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Old September 13th 04, 10:05 AM
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On Sun, 12 Sep 2004 22:23:32 +0200, "heja"
wrote:

I own a Einhell garage door opener with remote control
It does not work anymore. It is transmitting continuously. Inside the
cabinet there is a microswitch that is operated by the battery door. When
this one is activated it starts transmitting and does not stop anymore.
Without a circuit diagram and part numbers removed from the two IC's on the
board it is very hard to find the problem.

Does anyone have a circuit diagram??

Type MS 433
Art-Nr 16.602.00



Did you check the switch ?

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Old September 13th 04, 10:05 AM
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On Sun, 12 Sep 2004 22:23:32 +0200, "heja"
wrote:

I own a Einhell garage door opener with remote control
It does not work anymore. It is transmitting continuously. Inside the
cabinet there is a microswitch that is operated by the battery door. When
this one is activated it starts transmitting and does not stop anymore.
Without a circuit diagram and part numbers removed from the two IC's on the
board it is very hard to find the problem.

Does anyone have a circuit diagram??

Type MS 433
Art-Nr 16.602.00



Did you check the switch ?

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Old September 13th 04, 07:59 PM
heja
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yaya schreef in bericht ...
On Sun, 12 Sep 2004 22:23:32 +0200, "heja"
wrote:

I own a Einhell garage door opener with remote control
It does not work anymore. It is transmitting continuously. Inside the
cabinet there is a microswitch that is operated by the battery door. When
this one is activated it starts transmitting and does not stop anymore.
Without a circuit diagram and part numbers removed from the two IC's on

the
board it is very hard to find the problem.

Does anyone have a circuit diagram??

Type MS 433
Art-Nr 16.602.00



Did you check the switch ?

Yes, the switch is working well


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Old September 13th 04, 07:59 PM
heja
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yaya schreef in bericht ...
On Sun, 12 Sep 2004 22:23:32 +0200, "heja"
wrote:

I own a Einhell garage door opener with remote control
It does not work anymore. It is transmitting continuously. Inside the
cabinet there is a microswitch that is operated by the battery door. When
this one is activated it starts transmitting and does not stop anymore.
Without a circuit diagram and part numbers removed from the two IC's on

the
board it is very hard to find the problem.

Does anyone have a circuit diagram??

Type MS 433
Art-Nr 16.602.00



Did you check the switch ?

Yes, the switch is working well


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Old September 14th 04, 02:58 AM
Jerry G.
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These are proprietary. There are no parts or service information sold
from the manufacture. They do complete board replacement and adjustment
of the new board, and system to match. If the board is a newer
generation than your remotes, then these will also have to be changed.

You should check with one of the major installers for more information,
and get an estimate.

--

Jerry G.
======

"heja" wrote in message
t.nl...
I own a Einhell garage door opener with remote control
It does not work anymore. It is transmitting continuously. Inside the
cabinet there is a microswitch that is operated by the battery door.
When
this one is activated it starts transmitting and does not stop anymore.
Without a circuit diagram and part numbers removed from the two IC's on
the
board it is very hard to find the problem.

Does anyone have a circuit diagram??

Type MS 433
Art-Nr 16.602.00




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Old September 14th 04, 02:58 AM
Jerry G.
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These are proprietary. There are no parts or service information sold
from the manufacture. They do complete board replacement and adjustment
of the new board, and system to match. If the board is a newer
generation than your remotes, then these will also have to be changed.

You should check with one of the major installers for more information,
and get an estimate.

--

Jerry G.
======

"heja" wrote in message
t.nl...
I own a Einhell garage door opener with remote control
It does not work anymore. It is transmitting continuously. Inside the
cabinet there is a microswitch that is operated by the battery door.
When
this one is activated it starts transmitting and does not stop anymore.
Without a circuit diagram and part numbers removed from the two IC's on
the
board it is very hard to find the problem.

Does anyone have a circuit diagram??

Type MS 433
Art-Nr 16.602.00




 




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