Question about Home Security
The door is out of sink. It travels half way up and stops, and it will not stop until it has overshot the down mark by 36"
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
this one is easy...there inside your garage door opener, the one on the top of your ceiling in your garage has little like knobs ..mine has a straight like screw driver circles attached to knobs. Round dials with screw driver like knobs on top of them...they are adjustable. your "tune" them until they just stop where you want them, don't forget to grease your chain, keep your tracks clean of dust, and make sure your safety "stops" are working properly so that if children are in the way, it will stop. Also..make sure there is nothing in the way of the track. If the sensor "senses" a block...that will also cause it to stop halfway. Now if you could tell me how to change my combination on my keypad...I'm all set.
Posted on Apr 15, 2009
The controls (potentiometers) that regulate force get dirty in time and
make poor contact inside which become evident when cold as the contact
springs separate from the track. Cleaning the inside of them is the
solution, I injected 91% alcohol with a fine hypodermic (G27)needle
through any spaces I could see leading to the inside of the
potentiometers while turning them.
I suppose one can use any alternative electronics cleaner or the good old carbon tetrachloride.
I experienced a de-programing of the remote possibly due to wetness of of the board and I had to use a blow dryer to bring her back to function because I powered it while still wet; and reprogrammed it after. It works well now, I have too doors and fixed both the same way. Good luck.
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
If you cannot get the light on the sensor to come on by tweaking it,making sure it is pointed at the other sensor and your wiring is not broken or shorted then your sensors need to be replaced.
Posted on Jan 08, 2010
ADJUST THE DOWN LIMIT IT THINKS THERE IS AN OBSTRUCTION AND IS REVERSING LIKE IT SHOULD.
TURN THE LIMIT ABOUT 1/4 TURN AT A TIME.
HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
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