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Receiving sensor will not light up for garage door opener

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  • MsGor1 Nov 14, 2008

    I have the same problem and even changed light bulbs, aligned sensors which are amber and green but sensor light still does not come on.

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ASSUMING THEY ARE AIMED CORRECTELY--

YOU MAY HAVE A BROKEN WIRE TO THE SAFETY EYE OR A BAD SAFETY EYE.

TRY RUNNING A TEMPORARY WIRE DIRECT TO BYPASS THE ORIGINAL IF THIS SOLVES THE PROBLEM REPLACE THE WIRE. IF NOT ODDS ARE YOU HAVE A BAD EYE.

HOPE THIS HELPS .

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Try to align it with the emisor sensor...check wires

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