Posted by James Boyle

Are you struggling to program your Merlin Remote E960M? Remote Pro has got you covered! Follow our simple step-by-step guide to program your Merlin remote to your earlier Merlin+ motor - read on below to enjoy seamless access to your garage door.

Step 1: Gather Your Materials

Before you begin, make sure you have your Merlin Remote E960M and access to your garage door opener.

Step 2: Locate the Programming Buttons

Find the left and right buttons on the Merlin E960M remote. 

Step 3: Press the Programming Buttons on Your E960M Remote

Press and down on the left and right buttons simultaneously and continue to hold for about 4-5 seconds until you see the LED light on the remote turn a flashing green colour. The remote is now prepared to be programmed to the Merlin motor. 

Step 4: Press The Learning Button on Your Merlin Motor

Head over to your Merlin motor. Press and release the learn button on your motor. On the remote, now press and release the desired button to program once. In some instances you may need to press it twice - what you are looking for is the motor to be receiving the signal, which will normally indicate when an LED motor on the control panel will flash. Once you see that, you'll need to lock in the code to the remote by pressing a separate button. In this instance, press the bottom button and the LED light should go out, which indicates the remote has now locked in the programming so the process is complete. 

Step 5: Test Your Remote

Test your remote by pressing the programmed button to operate your garage door. If it works smoothly, congratulations! You have successfully programmed your Merlin Remote E960M.

If you encounter any issues during the programming process, don't hesitate to reach out to Remote Pro for professional support. Our team of experts is here to help you troubleshoot any problems and ensure that your Merlin Remote E960M is programmed correctly.

For all genuine and compatible  Merlin remotes and accessories, browse our full Merlin product range today.