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23
Jul

How to Insulate your Garage Door

Garage insulation helps in cutting energy bills and preventing street noise. Below are the steps you need to follow if you want to insulate your garage door. Having an insulated garage door will make your home warmer, cooler, and quieter. It also lowers the energy bills, acts as a protective barrier between you and street …

5
Jun

How to Open a Garage Door with an Opener Manually

During a power outage, the garage door will need to be opened manually by disengaging the trolley. In addition, while it may be annoying that your garage door opener does not work, it is very easy to disengage the trolley so you can open the door and get on your way To disengage the trolley, …

28
Mar

MY GARAGE DOOR REMOTE IS NOT WORKING, WHAT SHOULD I DO?

MY GARAGE DOOR REMOTE IS NOT WORKING, WHAT SHOULD I DO? In this day and age, we are lucky to have access to several handy devices that make our lives easier. One of those devices is the remote controlled garage door opener. The little remote clipped to your sun visor is actually a radio transmitter …

20
Mar

Garage Door Opener Troubleshooting

Garage Door Opener Troubleshooting Warning: Undertaking repairs to appliances can be hazardous. Use the proper tools and safety equipment noted in the guide and follows all instructions. Do not proceed until you are confident that you understand all of the steps and are capable of completing the repair. A qualified technician should only perform some …

8
Mar

Garage Door Opener Remotes Won’t Work

Garage Door Opener Remotes Won’t Work The below instructions guide you on what to do if your garage door opener remotes will not work. We show you a few quick fixes like disabling the lock button, eliminating RF interference and checking the batteries. If these simple fixes do not work, we show some advanced troubleshooting, …

2
Mar

Replacing the Safety Sensors on a Garage Door Opener

Safety sensors prevent the garage door from closing on a person or an object. One sensor sends an infrared beam while the other sensor receives the infrared beam. First off, your sensors just may need cleaned off, so try to gently remove any dust or dirt first and see if that works. If that doesn’t …

23
Feb

Replacing the Motor on a Belt-Drive Garage Door Opener

This belt-drive garage door opener DIY repair guide gives step-by-step instructions for replacing the motor. The motor spins the pulley that moves the trolley along the rail to raise and lower the garage door. If the motor doesn’t work at all when activated, replace it with a manufacturer-approved replacement part. Parts Required Motor Tools Required …

18
Feb

Replacing the Logic Board on a Garage Door Opener

The logic board inside a garage door opener is the brains of the garage door opener. It contains the radio frequency (RF) receiver for the remotes and other control components. If the remote controls don’t work or the garage door doesn’t open and close properly, the logic board might have failed. Logic boards are an …

13
Feb

Replacing the Gear and Sprocket Assembly on a Chain-Drive Garage Door Opener

This garage door opener DIY repair guide gives step-by-step instructions for replacing the gear and sprocket assembly on a chain-drive garage door opener. Located at the top of the motor unit, the gear and sprocket assembly drives the chain that connects to the trolley and moves the trolley along the rail to raise and lower …

9
Feb

Replacing the Drive and Worm Gears on a Chain-Drive Garage Door Opener

In most Chamberlain, Lift master, and Sears’s openers a motor turns the worm gear and drive shaft inside the opener, which rotates the sprocket attached to the top of the drive shaft. This turns the chain and moves the door. The most common issue that occurs is when the ridges in the gear wear out …

2
Feb

Replacing the Chain and Cable Assembly on a Chain-Drive Garage Door Opener

This chain-drive garage door opener DIY repair guide gives step-by-step instructions for replacing the chain and cable assembly. Located along the rail, the chain and cable assembly connects to the trolley and moves the trolley along the rail to raise and lower the garage door. If your garage door won’t move and the chain and …

30
Jan

Replacing the Belt on a Belt-Drive Garage Door Opener

This belt-drive garage door opener DIY repair guide gives step-by-step instructions for replacing the belt. Located along the rail, the belt connects to the trolley and moves the trolley along the rail to raise and lower the garage door. The garage door won’t work at all with a broken belt. Replace the belt with a …

17
Jan

Replacing the Battery on a Garage Door Opener

Replacing the Battery on a Garage Door Opener The battery of the garage door opener is located inside the motor unit, the battery supplies back up power to the opener during a power outage. If the battery doesn’t hold a charge, your garage door opener won’t operate with the power disconnected. You do not need …

5
Jan

Garage Door Opener Doesn’t Work: Wall Control Troubleshooting

What happens when your wall control doesn’t work on your garage door opener? When your garage door opener suddenly stops operating properly, the explanation and solution are usually pretty easy to deal with. Here are the most common problems, along with the most likely repairs for each. For adjustments and repairs that aren’t self-evident, check …

30
Dec

Garage Door Won’t Move: Motor and Travel Troubleshooting

Garage doors are one of the most important things in your home that need regular maintenance in order to keep working properly. Since garage doors have moving parts, there are a number of things that can go wrong that can make the doors not work the way they should. There are many garage door services …

27
Dec

Garage Door Opener Won’t Open: Opener Remotes Don’t Work

Garage doors offer convenience, privacy and security so it would be a concern when there is a malfunction. A garage door stuck in the closed position may tempt you to crash on through, but don’t let frustration get the better of you. Take a few minutes to troubleshoot some built-in safeties in your door that …

21
Dec

Do it your self garage door tune up

What can I do to maintain my garage door? This is a question we get asked often. frequent maintenance can make your garage door system last longer and work better. This also means you will save money on repairs as your hardware will be in better shape and less components will need to be replaced. …

30
Nov

My garage door wont close and blinks 10 times

This will explain how to troubleshoot a garage door opener that won’t close the door and blinks 10 times. Mostly, this indicates the garage door sensors are out of alignment,  or there is something in the way of the sensors. Garage door openers made after 1993 are equipped with sensors positioned on both sides of the vertical rails. …

14
Aug

The 6 Second Garage Door Break in You can prevent

The 6 Second Garage Door Break in You can prevent A home burglary happens over 16 times every day in Las Vegas. The only thing that a thief needs to bust into your garage is a wire hanger, and finally gets into your house. It’s quick and easy and happens often in homes. There are …

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