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More information is needed. Brick wall is inside apartment... what is on other side of wall? Open existing electrical box. Drill through back of box and drill through wall until you come out on other side of wall. Install new box #1 on wall where drill comes out. Run conduit over to another new box#2. Drill through wall again until you come out on inside brick wall where you want to relocate original box. Install new surface-mount box#3 on brick wall. Then run wiring from original box. Original box cannot be bricked over or covered with building materials since it is a junction box where wires connect. Other option is to install extension ring on top of existing electric box. Run conduit across face of brick wall. Install new box#1 where you need outlet. Other option is to chisel away the brick and mortar from existing electric box down to floor level (or over to door frame). This will allow recessed conduit that can be concealed with matching mortar. Then run conduit across to new location. Cover conduit along floor with baseboard, or chisel out brick along floorline to accommodate conduit, then mortar over conduit. Or simply paint conduit to match brick. You must use conduit since wires cannot be run openly. Gene
Try replacing the battery, if this does not work either the transmitter or the receiver could be faulty, or there could be radio interference. The simplest solution would be to fit a universal garage door remote control, these are cheap and very easy to fit and will certainly solve your problem. Universal garage door remote control
If the remotes have been working and have suddenly stopped, then it is likely the remote radio receiver is faulty. There are plenty of cheap universal garage door remote control kits on the market and the are very simple to fit, just connect to the garage door push button universal garage door remote control
if it's a homelink garage door opener, on many models you simply press the program button on the back of your garage door opener (the big noisy thing hanging in the middle of your garage), and then within 30 seconds press the desired button on your i30 garage door opener.
Your owners manual should have details about the process.
The horizontal part fits into the side bricks--you need to remove mortar to allow it to slide in. The upper bricks need to be reset on top of the iron in fresh mortar. Hope you bought a heavy piece of iron to span the distance and support any weight above.