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How to tighten chain after garage door closes gliderol gts 2000

After automatic closure the chain hangs down and needs tightening

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The garage door will open and then close then open and then the light starts to flash it's a Merlin 230t


This just happened to me. The issue was that the chain that the motor moves back and forth to open/close the door needed to be tightened as the tension had become slack, so the door was hitting the ground hard when it closed and the system automatically raised the door. I closed the door by adjusting the downward travel and then tightened the chain tension by twisting the bit at the of the chain (you'll see it and can use your fingers to do this), once done, then it was a matter of adjusting the upward and downward travel knobs and testing the door to make sure the door was back to normal.

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Garage door opened fine but now when I try to close it, all I hear is a buzzing sound for 3 sec., light comes on but door won't go down.


Your trolley may be jammed against the bolt just in front of the motor unit. If so, loosen the chain enough to relieve the strain on the chain and then run the opener until the door is closed. While the door is closed locate the 'up limit' control on the side of the motor unit. Turn this control 2 full turns in the opposite direction of the arrow printed on the cover. Tighten the chain.

Jul 18, 2011 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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Hi, My glidermatic gts keeps going open once it reaches the bottom, everything works; it?s just it keeps going open. I have to close open, close open until it stops in the close...


The Glidermatic GTS 2000 has limits that are stored electronically.

The problem you have is the closing limit is set too low and needs to be adjusted so the door is just resting on the concrete - currently it is trying to drive through the concrete, the motor detects and obstruction and reverses.

If your Glidermatic GTS 2000 was supplied & fitted prior to April 2010 you can download the 'Limit Setting' procedure on the Gliderol website. If the unit was installed after April 2010 it MAY have a revised PCB known as the NGTSv2 PCB. Contact your local branch for limit setting procedures as they are not yet available to download online.

The combination of a mechanical door and electric motor means periodical adjustment is required to esnsure the travel limits and - most importantly - the sensitivity is set correctly. A service to your DOOR is strongly recommended every 12 months.

I hope this helps

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I just installed a craftsman garage door opener and the chain is sagging on one side and super tight on the other. When opening the door, the chain sags on both sides. I have tried tightening the nuts on...


When the door is opening the chain will be tight on one side and slack on the other. When it is closing it will be just the opposite. It is important that you do not over tighten the chain. I suppose the wrong chain could be shipped with the opener but it wouldn't be common.

Jul 29, 2010 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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My garage door sometimes gets stuck and then goes


Don't tighten the chain. It sounds like you have either a broken door spring or the drive gear in the motor unit is going bad. Release the opener from the door and operate it by hand. It should be easy enough to raise that your wife can do it with no problems and it should stay put when released about waist to shoulder high.

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How do I tighten sagging garage door chain?


I think you have more problems than just a sagging chain. It is most likely sagging because the bronze bushing at the gear and sprocket assembly is bad. It lets the sprocket lean forward and loosens the chain. You will also need to remove the cover from the motor unit and check the drive gear. It is a white gear just in front of the motor and is most likely stripped.

Jul 13, 2010 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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New , just installed ; 3 feet from closing it stops. Does not reverse. I adjusted the up and down limits to no avail


It sounds like your chain needs adjusting. Try this.

Loosen the chain enough so that you can remove it from the sprocket above the motor unit. With the door closed run the motor until the sprocket turns clockwise and stops. With everything attached replace and tighten the chain. Some adjusting of the up and down limits will probably be required.



Jan 07, 2010 | Sears Craftsman LiftMaster Chamberlain...

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Garage door doesn't open and close properly


Loosen the chain enough so that you can remove it from the sprocket above the motor unit. With the door closed run the motor until the sprocket turns clockwise and stops. With everything attached replace and tighten the chain. Some adjusting of the up and down limits will probably be required.


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