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I would bet on a bad main board - Garage door openers have been little computers for some time now, and they don't live forever, especially if nailed by lightning/power surge. How much I would bet on the board is, however, debatable - where I had a 2 year old opener with a pretty clear strike nearby that was acting up, I opted for a new main board - but it ...


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Garage doors have two pairs of settings: End stops: one at the bottom and one at the top Force limits: one for heading down, one for heading up The first pair is obvious: you want the door to stop right when it's properly closed, and right when it's fully up; you don't want the door to stop too early. You've looked at these, and they seem to be fine. ...


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Every thing your problem mention above all happen to me, after I read the manual over over over and finally I decide to adjust the forces up and down less then 1/4 turn from 0 and all my remote control and key pad working normal. I think if you adjust the force up or down to mush the safety fixture think they on something! and making the door stop working. ...


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I had this issue last week. The lights on the sensor were fine. The issue was finally traced to loose connections at the sensors. Disconnected the sensors, re-stripped the wires and reconnected them. Door closes fine now. I think the sensors were working fine until the garage door starts moving, when the electrical supply to the sensors were getting ...


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I repaired and installed residential garage doors and openers as well as commercial and industrial doors and operators for twelve Years. The steel rollers don't make a really big differance. They will click as they turn if they are a year or more old but that can usually be stopped by using a lubricant. WD-40 is great for cleaning out the grime/dirt but ...



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