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Similar problem, the door will not open very much at all.

I also think it may be related to the temperature because it worked again in the early morning when it was cooler. I will try to adjust the spring tension also to see if that helps.

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You need to remove the cover and look at the drive gear. It is white nylon and is just in front of the motor. May be stripped. Also take a close look at the door springs. One could be broken.

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