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If your garage door motor attempts to lift the garage door and gives up midway it could be for a number reasons. Garage door openers are programmed to stop if the door feels heavier than normal or if there’s any resistance coming from the door. This feature is built into the opener to prevent damaging the door or motor. So if your door goes up a little bit and stops, do you need to look at the door and see if there’s anything in the way. Perhaps a loose screw or not is obstructing one of the garage door rollers. I would examine the tracks top to bottom, and make sure there’s nothing in the way. Then I would look at the cables and visually verify that they are not tangled. One of the more common reasons for your garage door to not go up is a broken spring. Right above the garage door are your Torsion Springs. These springs provide need tension to lift the garage door as the motor moves it up and down. If your springs are broken, Your garage door motor will not be able to lift the door up. Most garage door repair companies in Las Vegas and Henderson are able to inspect the door visually and within five minutes understand the source of the problem.
If your garage door itself seems to not have any problems, You can assume the motor it’s self is the culprit. To verify that, You will disengage the motor from the door, and run in by hand to make sure it’s functioning smoothly. If the door runs smooth operated by hand, Yet your motor gets stuck lifting it, It’s safe to assume your motor needs an adjustment or a repair, or perhaps even be replaced.
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Why won't my garage door go all the way up?
A loss of balance is perhaps the most common reason of a garage door that will not fully open. Disconnect your door from the automatic opener to check its balance. The door should be simple to raise and lower by hand. Pull the garage door open to approximately halfway.
Why does my garage door stop when going up?
Do you have a tension spring that has broken? Another reason your garage door keeps stopping is a damaged or strained tension spring. If this is the case, you should contact garage door repair professionals since attempting to do it yourself might endanger you or permanently damage the door.
Why does my garage door randomly stop?
An blockage is the most likely cause. Garage doors contain sensors that prevent them from shutting on top of something, so be sure nothing is in the way before closing them.