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depends on how old, OLD units need to take cover off and adjust cam stops. Not easy if you have not done before,

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SOURCE: Stanley garage door opener chain screw adjustment

THE ADJUSTMENT IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE A 2ND NUT THE TWO TIGHTEN AGAINST EACH OTHER AND ACT LIKE A LOCK

Posted on May 26, 2010

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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

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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

SOURCE: my stanley garage door opener's chain snaps everytime i open with remote

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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How do I put my chain back on a Stanley 8500 Garage door opener?


First you must make sure the sprocket on the garage door opener is spinning clockwise and reaches its limit and stops, you can easily put a pair of pliers between the #1 and #2 terminals on the garage door opener and start the sprocket spinning or just grab a remote and watch from the back of the unit (looking towards garage door ) and make sure it,s direction is clockwise, Once it stops you wanna loosen the chain enough so you can position the carriage which is connected to the chain and with your door closed send the carriage down far enough so that the carriage and the trolley both engage then all you have to do is put the chain over the sprocket and tighten up the tensioner that is located on the trolley...not to tight and not to loose is what you would want in an adjustment !....now since you already ran the sprocket in the down position your door is now ready to test ...when you press your remote or wall station the door will travel up, You have to do it this way , if you don,t ..you can damage the machine or your door ! Good luck and hope I was able to help you with your dilemma!

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My stanley garage door opener's chain snaps everytime i open with remote


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.

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My stanley garage door opener motor runs but it won't open or close my door


If the motor runs and the chain does not then you have stripped the gears and will need to replace them. If the motor runs, the chain moves but the door does not move then the trolley is not attached or needs to be replaced. Thanks BB

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Stanley garage door opener chain screw adjustment


THE ADJUSTMENT IS SUPPOSED TO HAVE A 2ND NUT THE TWO TIGHTEN AGAINST EACH OTHER AND ACT LIKE A LOCK

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I just installed a new Stanley ST405 garage door opener. During the Door position adjustment, the garage door opener got stuck in the fully open position. The traveler release is also stuck. Any...


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).

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Need to tighten chain on stanley model # 3220.50 Serial code 9101


IT MAY BE ON THE FRONT END OF THE RAIL.

MANY OF THESE ADJUST WHERE THE CHAIN CONNECTS TO THE TRAVELER.

DON'T MAKE IT TOO TIGHT THE BUSHING AT THE POWER END IS PROBABLY ABOUT GONE (THIS IS WHAT CAUSES THE CHAIN TO GET LOOSE) LEAVE A SAG OF ABOUT 1.5 INCHES.

ALSO START WATCHING THE ADS FOR A GOOD DEAL ONCE THE BUSHING IS GONE THE UNIT IS TOAST - PARTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE FOR MOST STANLEY UNITS.

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