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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You will need to loosen the chain, This releives the pressure and allows you to make the needed adjustment to the limits (at least 2" from the stop bolt).
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
SOURCE: chain flies off of Stanley
Stanley Vemco, Quiet Glide, LightMaker, Home Innovative, Whistler, Popular Mechanics, and SecureCode were all manufactured by Stanley Works and parts are interchangeable. Replacement remote transmitters, receivers, keypads, some circuit boards and other parts are available at our store.For Stanley gate opener and garage door opener parts and accessories go to Stanley Garage Door Opener Parts
Instructions, schematics, wiring diagrams, adjustments, and additional help with problems and repairs for stanley garage door opener can be found in the owner's manuals.
The following are manuals I have found on other websites. I do not guarantee their accuracy or continued availability.
Available manuals from Marwest Access Controls, Inc.: Chain, Screw and Cable (for Stanley garage door openers from 1982 to Current.) $7.50 each
Stanley Code Key Instructions - (dual-technology)
Stanley Code Key Instructions - (non-secure code)
Stanley 1050, 1094, 1082 coding instructions
Stanley Lightmaker & SecureCode Transmitters coding instructions
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The Stanley Garage Door Opener has not been manufactured since 1997. Parts can be difficult to find. You probably cannot find parts locally, but some are still available online.Stanley Garage Door Opener Parts
Posted on Aug 20, 2010
have you checked the chain tension adjustment for proper amount of deflection? This is listed in the manual that comes with your garage door opener. Usually, the chain is too loose from the problem that you are describing. I would check online for the manual if you don't have access to yours. Also, the travel adjustments for stop (up and down resting positions) would be explained as well.
Posted on Oct 07, 2012
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