how do i program garage door opener

I installed a garage door opener and do not have the manual. I am trying to get it so that when I push the manual opener button inside the garage that it stops correctly at the bottom. Then if I were to push it again it would stop in the correct open position. I have a Legacy model 1/3hp by overhead door company. I also have the remote but I am just trying to set it so the inside the garage switch functions as it should. Thanks everyone.
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It's always good to have the manual. Just a guess, but you could probably get one from this outfit: http://www.overheaddoor.com/Residential.aspx
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Did you install the electric eyes? The newer ones simply won't operate correctly without them.
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jameshenry wrote:

Do you have the CodeDodger Access Security System ?
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Joseph Meehan wrote:

Yes I do have the CodeDodger access security system and am trying to install without using the electric eyes but If I do have to install them I will.
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Thing is, once the eyes are in place and reading each other, it will work with as you described you desired. Without them you have to hold the button in the entire way down and then it may or may not stay down unless you give it another push when it is right at the bottom. I've installed 2 of these on our farm, one tor an end door in a green house, and one in my shop. I didn't want to bother with the eyes, as we are adults here and no one would be at risk, but the safety guys have made the circuitry such that they are required for normal operation.
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Joseph Meehan wrote:

Yes I do have the CodeDodger access security system and am trying to install without using the electric eyes but If I do have to install them I will.
I do believe you need to put in the safety eyes. I might suggest that not doing so could open you up to a lawsuit if there were an accident. The reason they are there is because those accidents are more common that most people think.
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