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Gliderol door will go up by remote or control box button but will not go down at all.

Door goes up ok and stops at right place but will not come down again(ok in both directions manually)

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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

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SOURCE: Chamberlain Liftmaster Professional 1/2 HP

Okay...upon further inspection, my left spring has broken in two. Going to call around for some quotes to replace the spring. Thanks for the suggestions.

Posted on Jul 25, 2008

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SOURCE: 1.3HP CRAFTSMAN CHAMPION GARAGE DOOR OPENER-NEW IN 2004

Well sounds like its a pressure setting. you said you open the door by hand? Was it easy to do? Ask your self this can a 15 year old kid open it and close it? If so then it sounds like its a presure setting There should be two blue slots on your opener with numbers 1-9 says up and down force. Turn the up force towards the bigger number. Just a little bit. But before you do that as the other guy stated make sure that your cables and springs are working. Spring depending on your doors can be in three places but we going to assume you has the most common set up so look over the top of your door (with it closed) you should eb able to see a tube running across there. and somewhere in the in middle a set of spring look at the spring to make sure that you dont see any of the tube showing in the springs. Becare not to touch the spring as they are under a lot of stress.

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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SOURCE: Garage door won't close.

After replacing the worm gear and main drive gear on my Craftsman 1/2 HP garage door opener I found that my door moved about 4 inches stopped and reversed the same distance. I checked all the settings and everything seems OK. What fixed the problem was I released the two allen set screws on the end of the motor shaft and pulled tha motor shaft toward me. When I replaced the black plastic cap that looks like a pill cap top on the end of the shaft this corrected the depth setting that cap rotated through the RPM sensor. I set the limit settings (up and down) on the side of the opener and reset the force pots marked (KC) to mid range.
the door now works. I hope this helps. I also checked and eliminated the door sensors by putting a box in the beem this inhibited any movemnet at all, so I knew it wasn't the door sensors as there was at least 4 incheds of movement prior to the box and nothing with the box.

Posted on May 22, 2009

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SOURCE: The garage door goes up, but will not go down. i push the opener

Make sure the door sensors are aligned properly. They must be pointed at one another and the small light on each one should be lit and not flickering.

Posted on Jun 13, 2009

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SOURCE: Liftmaster 1/3 HP. Remote and wireless keypad stopped working.

The LED flashing 3 times is the code for a bad wall control. You can easily verify this by removing the wire from terminal 1 on the rear of the motor unit. If your remote and keypad start working you will know the wall control is bad.

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

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are the wires connected to the motor correct
for the limit switch there should be one wire ( normally black or neutral going to the center connection and the other wire ( red or active wires going to either of the other two terminals
that set up means that power is available to the limit switches and the return is the neutral wire
it works like this
on the up direction power is delivered to the motor by the controller box through a closed limit switch
when the up limit is circuit is broken the motor stops
the down button reverses the polarity of the motor in the controller box and so the motor runs in reverse through the the lower limit switch until that circuit is broken In the down action the upper limit switch circuit is completer but the control box has no power to it until the lower switch circuit is brokenis broken
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Locate the adjustment on the box on top. There should be four adjusters:
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Okay...upon further inspection, my left spring has broken in two. Going to call around for some quotes to replace the spring. Thanks for the suggestions.

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