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Feb 11, 2011 - Uploaded by sengsationa1
Genie Screw Drive Garage Door Opener Failure - Repair - Part 2 .... on the openings of the clip and wrenches ...
InstructablesCatch the emergency release lever (yellow arrow) and gently pull until the ... That may work on many garage door openers, but this one is a Genie screw ... They don't care about breaking windows or making noise because they will be gone before the police arrive. ..... I am sorry to hear this is happening in Iowa now, too.
Try manually disconnecting the door and run the mechisim up and down using the opener..see if it runs the entire length up and down... If it does it most likey the door or its mechinism is binding...good luck
If its louder when opening check and see if your door is balanced properly. disengage opener raise door about half way it should stay there. another way is to raise the door all the way up with the opener then check and see if your cables are tight. if it balances right try adding a little genie grease to the screw while its running.
You have loose wire(s). After speaking with Genie Customer Service, they had me disconect a few of the wires and try operating the unit, to no avail. I noticed when reconnecting the wires that several other wires on the same row of connections were loose. I tightened all wire connections and VOILA, it works.
1.Open plastic cover in front of the Unit.
2. Look on upper right corner for a row of screws. Model 2020L has a verticle row of (6) connection screws numbered from top to bottom, 1-6. These screws connet to a green circuit board. Looks kind of like a video card from a computer.
3. Tighten all these screws top to bottom assuring good connection of all wires.
My contention is this. As the motor runs, it causes a vibration that tends to loosen those screws causing a faulty connection to the circuit board. Hope this works for you.