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The problem has been ongoing for a few months now but has become more frequent of late. I find that releasing the gear and then resetting the motor helps but not every time.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: lift master 1265lm 1993
I have had the same problem. The nylon gear that drives the chain started to strip, and was slipping. It finally wore out completely, and now needs replacement.
Posted on Dec 17, 2008
if the motor cant rotate the shaft by itself, its likely a burned coil in the motor, but if the motor is running but not moving the gate then its a broken gear
Posted on Jan 24, 2010
Pull the logic board and check it for burnt or missing traces on the printed circuit. Thunderstorms love logic boards.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
Did you ever find a motor to fix the gate opener? I am looking for the same motor and would appreciate any help you can offer
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
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Steps to Programming Centurion Nova Remotes
1. Unlock the motor cover with your Centurion Key, remove this cover.
2. Inside the perspex enclosure there is a small Receiver Board (approx size of a matchbox), identified by wording CENTURION CP9Z, also has the wording J1-Learn; J2-Erase.
3. There will be a small 'shunt' placed on one of the pins labelled J1, J2 or the centre pin - these are the 'Learn' pins.
4. Remove this shunt and place it over (or bridge) the J1 and centre pin together. The red LED Status light, to the left of the Learn Pins will illuminate.
5. Remove the new Remote/Transmitter from its packaging, hold down the required button once and the red LED Status light on the Receiver Board will flash once indicating that the button has been learned. As soon as the light has flashed, remove your finger from the button.
6. If further Remotes/Transmitters are to be added to the system, repeat step 5.
7. Ensure that you now remove the 'shunt' and place it back onto the blank or J2 pin - do not leave it bridging two pins.
8. Close the enclosure, place the motor cover back onto the motor and lock in place.
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