Here are some simple tips to help you maintain as well as fix your garage door opener yourself:
Step 1 – Examine plug Check if the opener’s cord plugged into a functioning outlet— it’s one of the most common reasons electrically powered garage doors don’t open.
Step 2 – Find out if the lock is on then check the second most-common reason that garage door won’t open—the owner accidentally activated the ‘lock’ feature. Lots of people aren’t even aware of this feature—consult your owner’s manual.
Step 3 – Switch off and on Try unplugging the garage door opener and then plug it in again; this at times does the trick by resetting the sensors.
Step 4 – Try out new batteries Find out if dead batteries in your remote control opener are the issue.
Step 5 – Reprogram the remote if the batteries are alright, the remote probably have become deprogrammed. You can trust our experts to fix it in good time or consult your manual for guidance on resetting it.
Step 6 – Check beam Next, make sure that the beam sensor is plugged in.
Step 7 – Thoroughly clean the sensor Clean the sensor’s eyes—usually positioned in front of the on/off button—with a soaked cloth. Any time these eyes get dirty, it could block the signal that turns on the motor.
Step 8 – Check out the chain Next, find out if the chain is broken or slack. Sadly, if it must be tightened or replaced, you’ll need to contact us to help you fix it safely.
Step 9 – Open manually when none of your quick repairs have worked, take out the red release cord to free the door to let opened and closed manually.
Step 10 – Get assistance Operate your door manually until you finally can have the unit fixed.
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