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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have the same problem with the worm gear shaved. I bought the replacement part and replaced the worm gear. The door did not travel to the full distance between the limit switch. It hit the upoer limit, stopped. When I pressed the remote again, it only reverse for a short distance and never hit the other end of the limit switch. Any hints what the problems are?
Posted on Jun 12, 2009
The problem might actually be the door itself. make sure it raises and lowers easily and is well balanced. If it is then find the power adjustments and turn up the up force to work the door. Do a 2x4 safety reversal test afterward. Thanks BB
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
You are receiving interference from the digi door. You will have to return this unit and go with a different one on a different frequency. Chamberlain makes a clicker that would work well with that unit. Thanks BB
Posted on Sep 22, 2010
The extra light wired in should not affect your door open to that extreme unless there is a cross wired connection,bad connection,or some kind of wrong wiring when it was installed.If this started the very same time you had that light installed,you definitely should have that checked.A flourescent light is such a low power requirement,it would be similar to plugging in a little 4 watt bulb night light into a socket and popping the circuit breaker.However,if the light was so badly wired,it would more likely cause the circuit breaker to pop.You really need to make sure that both lights are in the same circuit.It sounds like you had the new light installed by a pro?If you did,your door opener is the most likely problem.As far as the error code,the sensor could easily go bad causing the motor to overheat or the motor could simply be overheating.If you want to self-repair,I am sending a parts diagram link which I found,which the breakdown is near the bottom of the entire download.You need Adobe.It is a free,safe download with no junk pop-ups ever.Most people know but i always include it.The cheaper,easier attempt to fix is the RPM sensor.If you can't read parts diagrams,the pictures are quite accurate although assembly/disassembly of them is not always.This particular one is pretty common as far as on-line quality which is so-so.There is not much comparable to seeing the manufacturer's book in person.Every part you remove,put it in an order and in a manner in which you can remember for re-assembly.Maybe even take pics with a digital camera as you go step by step.If you are unsure about anything,take pics of the same part from a different angle.I am starting post this because I have seen quite a few problems where the person says I took such and such apart and a spring popped,pieces flew,how do I put it together?To find a parts diagram posted downloadable free by a manufacturer is quite rare.Cell phones aren't as good for pics.If you want to,I would even help you over the phone.There is also 2 parts attached to the motor which are called pulleys,they look like they have gear teeth on the diagram,which is what they basically are.If they are metal,they would not likely strip but since everything is plastic these days,they could be plastic and stripped.There is also a belt attached to those which simply may be stretched,overworking the motor and overheating.Since you seem to have had the problem happen several times,the motor probably still is good.I would avoid doing it too much before you do fry it though.So all this stuff is worth at least a look as long as you find out your light is wired properly or not on the same circuit.The RPM sensor is part 12,the motor is part 8.If you end up having to do the motor also,there are also other sub-parts under part 8 which I would also buy no matter what.The clicks does sound like a relay attempting to enable the circuit.If you need more help or have a question or need some talk through,just comment here and I will get an autolink and reply ASAP.
Good luck! Greg
Posted on Oct 18, 2010
SORRY TO SAY IT SOUNDS LIKE A FRIED CIRCUIT BOARD. LEAVE THE UNIT UNPLUGED FOR AT LEAST 30 MIN. & TRY AGAIN, IF SAME RESULTS I WOULD REPLACE THE BOARD.
HOPE THIS HELPS
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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