Overhead Door ® / Genie garage door opener OCDT-1 CodeDodger ®

Overhead Door ® / Genie garage door opener OCDT-1 CodeDodger ®

Item# O1T-BX
Availability: Usually ships the next business day
Overhead Door ® / Genie garage door opener OCDT-1 CodeDodger ® Instruction Manual
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Additional Details about: Overhead Door Remote Model OCDT1 Has been replaced with the Genie Model: G1T-BX that is shown in the pictures below the old style remote. The Default Picture of the Original Model is specifically shown for visual replacement purposes. When ordering on this ad we are selling and shipping the Genie Labeled Model G1T-BX

Product Description

The popular Overhead Door OCDT-1 CodeDodger garage door opener remote control has been replaced at North Shore Commercial Door with the one-button Genie G1T. This remote is designed for garage door opener systems operating at 390MHz and 315Mhz that also Utilize CodeDodger or Intellicode security. Note that customers who order an Overhead Door garage door opener OCDT1 remote will receive the G1T-BX remote as a direct replacement. G1T Model remotes are labeled as Genie brand remotes, but Genie and Overhead Door are the same company and their parts are interchangeable. All G1T-BX remotes can serve as replacement remotes for residential Overhead Door Co 390MHz garage door opener systems from 1995 to present. The CodeDodger Access Security System is a digital code changing system on Overhead Door garage door openers designed to prohibit thieves from grabbing the radio signal that opens your garage door. The access security system eliminates the need to set a security code when a garage door opener is installed and all remotes come with their own continually changing access codes. Access codes are automatically changed each time the remote controller is activated and the remote will not respond to the same access code more than once. When you program the remote it stays in sync with the receiver and the will work as the internal memory code is "Rotating".

Compatible replacement remote control for the following models:
  • OCDT-1
  • OCDT-2
  • OCDT-3
  • GIC90-3
  • GIT-1
  • GIT-2
  • GIT-3
  • OCDT-1
  • OCDT-2
  • OCDT-3
  • ACSCTG Type 3, ACSGT, ACSGT Type 3
  • ACSCTO Type 1

Compatible Models:
  • Flash Light Remote – OCDFT-1
  • Keychain – OCD390-4
  • 1 Button – OCDT-1
  • 2 Button – OCDT-2
  • 3 Button – OCDT-3
  • Wireless Keypad – OWKP

FCC ID: B8QACSCT, Series II Electronics. A 12V battery, visor clip and instructions are included.

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Comments / Questions

COMMENT: because original remote stopped working....purchase a remote for home depot for $40 which did not work. This is also a reasonable costs. by LaTardra M 4/23/2015
COMMENT: Needed second remote and this is the same type as the one we have. by Bryan S 4/23/2015
QUESTION: so I buy this as a spare and hit the learn button on opener, press remote until opener learns the remotes freq. Then does it remember two codes, the original remote and the new spare? by matt h 4/20/2015
QUESTION: How will I program this new unit to my remote system? by B. H 4/17/2015
ANSWER: Instructions are included with the unit. You will have to locate and press the Learn button on your overhead opener. Usually this requires a ladder. However, if you need help, you can call the toll free customer service number and they will walk you through it. by Barbara T a
QUESTION: Dropped opener in water. Does not work. The opener you show matches the one I have. How is it programmed to my particular garage door? Awaiting your reply. Thanks. by None N 4/12/2015
ANSWER: Its very simple your garage door opener unit should have button on that unit it could be on side or back of unit press that button and follow the instruction from the enclosed paper came with remote. by Pradeep K a
ANSWER: Usually you hit a "program" button on the motor housing watch for a light to flash, and then hit the button on the remote. But the exact procedure varies by opener model. You might be able to figure it out by trial and error, but googling "how do I program a remote for ___yourgaragedooropenermodel___" is probably your best bet. by PHILIP H a
ANSWER: Just hold the transmitter button down until u get single flashes...you must get a ladder and set your garage door opener transmitter button in the ceiling. ....I stood on ladder and follow the instructions...if not Google it it was very simple...watch for flashing lights on garage transmitter...good luck! by sharon w a
ANSWER: Hi there - I talked to Northshore on the phone and they were very helpful. I ordered a new opener and then the guy talked me through setting the code to my opener. I can't remember the steps, only that it was very easy - just a couple of them, so I would go ahead and buy a remote and just ask for help. I had two different remotes for two different kinds of door openers in the garage, but the new one can open both doors, I think. Don't remember exactly - selling the house and it's no longer that important. But it was a reasonable quick fix and customer service was great at North Shore. Ellen by Ellen C a
QUESTION: Are type 1, type 2, and type 3 openers interchangeable with regard to the basic function of opening the garage door? by None N 3/31/2015
ANSWER: Hi, I am not sure. I am sure it take less Than two try's to get them to work, they sync very well. So after the second try and it doesn't work, try another. I have see one size does not work with all. by Marquette S a