Question about Chamberlain 3/4-HP Whisper Drive Plus Evercharge Standby Garage Access System
Can't open with remote from outside the garage
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I just had that problem this morning and the cause was that the springs that help hold the weight of the garage door were broken. This caused the garage door opener to raise the garage door a fe inches and then drop again. We called in a professional and $200 later we had new springs and everything works fine now.
Posted on Dec 17, 2009
SOURCE: door would not close all the way
DOES IT REVERSE OR STOPS BUT NOT TOUCHING THE FLOOR?
IF IT DOESN'T TOUCH THE FLOOR YOU EITHER NEED TO ADJUST THE DOWN TRAVEL OR LENGTHEN THE CONNECTING ARM.
IF IT REVERSES YOU NEED TO DETERMINE IF IT IS THE SENSITIVITY OR THE SAFETY EYES.
Posted on May 27, 2010
Press the colored learn button on the motor head until the led light by it goes out. This erases all old codes out. Make sure you have all the remotes handy too. -----Press and release the learn button and then press the button on the remote. For multiple remotes repeat from -----. For a keypad press and release the learn button and then within 30 seconds enter in the 4 digit code(different than the old one) and enter. This should do it. Thanks BB
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
The opener is having a hard time operating the door. It sounds like the door is out of balance. The door should stay all the way up at half down and all the way down. You should be able to raise and lower the door by hand EASILY. The opener is only meant to lift10-15 lbs. Thanks BB
Posted on Sep 06, 2010
Where the belt attaches to the trolley carriage which attaches to the door there is a black adjustment nut with a spring on it. Tighten it up more by turning it clockwise until the belt tightens up. The belt will droop a little when the door is all the way shut normally but should not during operation. If you tighten it up too much the belt will slap on the rail during operation. Make sure the spring is set on the adjustment screw too. This holds the belt tight over time. Thanks BB
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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