Most older pre 1995 Genie garage door openers used a fixed code 12 switch remote like the two position block shown below. Matching the switches in the remote to another working remote will set your code your code. When you do not have a working remote match the switches to your receiver on the motor unit hanging in the garage. This remote includes battery, visor clip and programming instructions.
The Stinger2® remote works with Genie 12 switch versions of garage door opener remotes on the 390MHz frequency.
Set the twelve-digit toggle code switch to match the code set from another
functioning transmitter. Access to the remote toggle code switch is
achieved by removal of the back cover and battery (if necessary). Move
switches using a small pointed object, such as a paper clip, gently switching
the small switches to either the ON or OFF position. If your original transmitter
had punch-out keys instead of switches, then set the switches in your new
transmitter to the OFF position for the keys that were punched out.