Chiefly known for fabricating garage doors, Wayne Dalton once offered a lineup of garage door openers. The 3316 model, part of the Quantum string, is a 1/2-horsepower residential garage door opener, fabricated in 2003. It features a double-angle trolley rail assembly and high-efficiency motor in addition to your wireless transmitter remote and a wall channel. Since Wayne Dalton no longer creates garage door openers, you may find yourself at a loss when it comes to programming the unit to make the most of this functionality. Fortunately, advice from the producer offers insight on the programming process.
Match Your Wall Station
Before you can sync your Quantum 3316 to its own wall station, you have to alter the station’s security code. To accomplish this, hold the station’s lighting button for about 10 seconds until its LED light begins to blink, then release the button. Hold the lighting button again for another five minutes until the LED light blinks again. Release the button and the LED will blink off and on three times, signaling the end of the process. You can now program the wall channel to sync with the opener. Press the app switch to the motor, that causes the red app status light and overhead lamp to turn on for one moment. While these lights are on, press the light button on the wall channel and the app status light will blink off and on three times. Press the light button once again to complete this operation.
App Your Transmitter
Like the wall and helmet station, you have to first change your Quantum 3316’s security code before programming its transmitter distant. Hold the big central button on the transmitter for about 10 seconds until its LED light blinks rapidly, then release the button and then hold it again for about five minutes until the light blinks once again. Release the button and the LED will blink off and on three times to indicate a powerful security code change. To pair the transmitter to the motor, press the switch to the engine, causing the red app status and overhead lights to trigger. As these lights shine, they’ll do for one moment, press the button to the transmitter that you wish to use to open the door. After the app status light blinks off and on three times, press the same transmitter button again to confirm your selection. You can now use the transmitter to open the door.
Queue Up Keyless Entry
In case your Quantum 3316 includes keyless entry, then you’ll have to program this feature before use. Initiate the process by pressing the app switch on the engine. While the app status light and overhead lighting remain lit, enter the five-digit personal id number of your choice to the keyless entry station’s numerical keypad — you’ll have a one-minute window to do so while the lights are on. The app status light will blink off and on three times when it has successfully learned this particular code. Wait five minutes, then press any button on the keypad — if successfully programmed, the garage door will probably transfer to the upward position. Should you make a mistake when entering your desired PIN, hold the 7/8 and then 9/10 buttons for 2 seconds to reset the Royal entry and restart the programming process from the beginning.
Track Down Wayne Dalton
In case you have trouble programming your 3000-series opener or encounter other operational issues, contact the Wayne Dalton company for further help. Because Wayne Dalton no longer manufactures garage door openers, the company hosts a particular website devoted to customer service for previous models, accessible at GDOSupport.com. In the site, you can submit a query via an internet email form. Since the 3316’s warranty extends for up to 10 years, Wayne Dalton no longer covers the cost of repairs or service.