How to Program a Gliderol TM305c Remote Control Transmitter

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The TM305c Remote Control

The TM305c has seen iterations all over the world, but is most popular in the UK and Australia. Designed as Gliderols  first rolling code remote control to replace the older AZ020, the TM305c saw extensive use  up to 2014.

Please note that the TM305c in both the UK and Australia look the same, but operate on vastly different frequencies and is even known by a different code. The UK remote is known as a TM868C and operates on 868MHz, whilst the Australian remote is the TM305c, and operates on 433Mhz. This guide is primarily for the TM305c, and it's below compatible motors!

The Roller Openers  

The Overhead Openers  
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GRD2000 Control Box With Learn Button Circled
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Locating the Learn Button

In the majority of Gliderol motors, the receiver board is separate from the main control board. You're going to be looking for the small button on the corner, next to a red LED.

The Programming Steps

Once you've located the "Learn" button, programming in your TM305c remote will take less than ten seconds.    

Step 1. Press the Learn button located on the receiver board. A LED will illuminate.
Step 2. Press and hold the desired transmitter button until the receiver LED turns off
Step 3. Press the transmitter button to test the operation of the door


Deleting Codes From A Motor

Does your garage motor have a full memory bank, or have you misplaced your garage door remote? No worries! Deleting remote controls from your garage door is just as easy.    

Step 1. Press and hold the Learn button on your motor for 12 seconds, or until the LED goes out.  
Step 2. All of your codes should now be erased - Test to see if any old remotes still operate the motor.  

If you're still having some issues, please see the below visual guide released by National Garage, showing you how to code in your  TM305c!
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