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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
It's never the relays! nearly allways a broken wire wire in the gland where they go from the post to the door!
The constant opening and closeing snaps then in time look at them you willfind one or mores napped!
BEWARE LOOK CLOSELY DON'T ASSUME THEY AE O.K.JUST BECAUSE THEY LOOK IT !
Most times the do look o.k. but the copper conducter has snapped inside the pvc insulation leaving the out side of the wire looking perfect! thw way to go is to pull each one! the one (s) that are broken will just strech an snap alltogether! the healthy ones will stand the test!
Trust me..I'm an Autoelectrician 35 years seen it all before!
Thats you sorted then!
P.S.PUT A HOLE NEW PICE IN DON'T JUST JOIN IT WHERE IT'S SNAPED! JOIN THE NEW TO THE OLD INSIDE THE DOOR AND THESAME IN THE PILLER....LEAVE EXTRA SO IT CAN MOVE ABOUT EASYER!
Remember mfs try to save on wire to cut costs you are not youwant to avoid the same problem again "THEY DO NOT"
Have a great day!
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
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