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My garage door wont stay down it goes up if I LET GO THE SWITCH.

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When i let up my garage it will not go up all the way how do i fix

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You need to adjust the stop limit on the motor unit..

Posted on May 24, 2009

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I have a chamberlain garrage door opener i adjusted it so it will go up all the way but it wont go down all the way it stays up about 2 feet and on the second on its the opposite it goes down all the way...


Sounds like your door may be binding. Release the opener from the door and operate it by hand. It should move freely. It should also stay in place when you release it at about waist level.

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My garage door sometimes gets stuck and then goes


Don't tighten the chain. It sounds like you have either a broken door spring or the drive gear in the motor unit is going bad. Release the opener from the door and operate it by hand. It should be easy enough to raise that your wife can do it with no problems and it should stay put when released about waist to shoulder high.

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My older Craftsman garage door opener comes down about 6" & then goes back up. I just replaced all the rollers o& the opener worked fine. Then I tightened the chain on the opener & it worked ok...


If the main light flashes 10 times when the door goes back up it is a door sensor problem. You chain should sag just a little. If you tighten it too much it will click as it goes over the sprocket. You can increase the down force which is an adjustment near where all those white wires go. A 1/4 turn should be enough. Release the door from the opener and operate it by hand. It should move freely and when you have the door approximately waist high it should stay put. Neither raising nor closing.

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Garage door won't stay closed


Check the down limit:
 If the light bulb(s) on your operator are on the front and/or back, the limit adjustment screw is on the left side of the operator (looking from the back of the operator and facing  the garage door).. If the lights are on the sides of the operator then the limit adjustment screw is on the left side (looking from the back of the operator and facing  the garage door)

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Garage light turns on without disturbance.


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Most likely the unit has a sensor that activates the light when you walk around or open the door.
if no one is in the room it should go off in 5 minutes, but if someone goes back in there to check it goes back on again.

Under the light cover there should be a switch where you can disable it or make it less sensitive.

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LiftMaster Gargage door opener problem


The door obstacle detector(reversing switch) needs adjustment, or the down limit sensor needs adjusting, or one of the lift springs is loose or broken. First, remove power from the opener, pull the red door release rope, and try to lift the door up manually. You should be able to lift it all the way open with litle effort. If it opens ok, pull the door down about halfway and let go. If it is properly balanced, it should stay where you left it. If the door fails either one of these tests, it needs spring replacement or adjustment. If the door moves ok, refer to your owners manual on how to adjust the reversing switch, linit switches, and photocell sensors at the door bottom.

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