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Repair garage door opener?

Posted by Rex

Admin: Limited range of your remote controls could be related to radio frequency interference that comes from something in your home or in the surrounding environment. Certain electrical devices can radiate interference; this could be almost anything that is plugged into an electrical outlet.the photo eyes may need alignment. Check the power source:check fuse and circuit breaker. The Motor protector may be open. Wait 20 minutes for protector to reset.All the available garage doors in the market come with a periodic maintenance requirement. This can be achieved in any of the ways listed. Due to too much friction because of absence of a lubricant or an improperly aligned track, the overhead garage door may get stuck while rolling down. Check and be sure that the nuts are placed correctly and correctly do their holding.


Repairing Craftsman 1/2 hp garage door opener?
I just replaced the gear and sprocket assembly because gears were chewed up. Before I did this, the motor did run. I plugged everything back in right and now the motor does not run. I have hit reset button. Sensor eyes are clear and light is green. It is getting power to it. It makes one click noise (from just behind the memory board) when I hit the door opener button but nothing more. The motor is not even trying to run although it is all connected properly. PLEASE HELP.
Update: oh, and the light bulb is on, but does not flash as it would if something was obstructing the sensors on the door.

Posted y Nel

Admin: You may have to readjust the limits on the door. The limits are what make the door stop when it is all the way up or all the way down. When you replaced the gears the limits might of been at all the way up and you are trying to open the door but the limits think it is already open. Check your user manual(or one on line) for how to check and adjust your limit switches. More information click here.