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The door won't go all the way down , the eyes are clean and no obstacles in the way

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Make sure both sensors' lens are clean.

If still not aligned loosen the lit sensor from its mounting bracket using the proper tool, but most LiftMasters have a wing nut mounting for the sensors.

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4 FLASHES TELLS YOU THAT THE PROBLEM IS WITH THE SAFETY EYES.

THEY MAY BE OUT OF ALIGNMENT OR HAVE A DIRTY LENS.

BE SURE THE EYES ARE CLEAN, MOUNTED SOLDILY AND AIMED CAREFULLY.

THE LEDS SHOULD BE LIT BRIGHT AND STEADY (NO FLASHING OR FLICKER)

NOTE: IF SAFETY EYES ARE MOUNTED TO THE TRACK THEY MAY MOVE OUT OF ADJUSTMENT AS THE DOOR GOES UP AND DOWN. - ADJUST TRACK

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I WOULD GUESS THAT THE SAFETY EYES ARE MOUNTED ON THE TRACK.
WHEN THE DOOR CLOSES THE TRACK AT THE BOTTOM IS TOO TIGHT CAUSING IT TO FLEX AS THE DOOR GETS NEAR THE BOTTOM. WHEN THE TRACK FLEXES THE EYES ARE POINTING FURTHER AWAY FROM THE DOOR AND EVENTUALLY THEY ARE TOO FAR OUT OF ALINMENT AND THE LED WILL GO OFF - THE DOOR GOES BACK UP.

SOLUTION: YOU CAN USE THE CLAW END OF A HAMMER TO TAP THE TRACK OUT A LITTLE WIDER - TAP NEXT TO THE WALL ON THE BRACKET THAT HOLDS THE TRACK TO THE WALL. MOVE THEM ABOUT 1/4" EACH SIDE.

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YOU CAN MOUNT THE BRACKETS TO THE WALL OR THE FLOOR.

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www.usersmanualguide.com/funai/dvd_player

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