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That all depends; some manufacturers offer that option.

For older installations of types that did not have or offer the optional UPS, one could easily buy and install an after-market uninterruptible battery supply.

In the event of a power outage and there's no battery back-up supply or a back-up generator to power your electric door opener, simply release the emergency handle and lift the door manually; of course that's predicated you're able to gain access to your garage.

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Sounds to me like your backup batteries are low. The back up batteries are there for use should you use power. You can try this -
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