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For questions generally relating to the area of the home in which cars and other motor vehicles are kept.

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Personally, I'd prefer my garage door opener to be outlet powered so that I can unplug the thing when I need to do something with it, instead of going to find a breaker. Other than ease of disabling …
answered May 10 '11 by Michael Kohne
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Are you sure the door still moves smoothly? That opener does NOT have enough power to move the door if something is wrong. Try disconnecting the door from the opener and make sure it moves smoothly (s …
answered Jul 24 '10 by Michael Kohne
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heatsink to it's case. Off had the first thing that occurs to me is a 'garage fridge'(something like this: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B001B2P2G8/?tag=googhydr-20&hvadid=3788940351&ref=pd_sl_6z7wf02xh3_b …
answered Dec 5 '11 by Michael Kohne
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Are the openings related to any particular environmental conditions? I have an occasional false open when it gets very cold. I suspect that the safety mechanisms are triggering it (It also exhibits so …
answered Jan 2 '14 by Michael Kohne