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Put it back on track

Posted on Apr 29, 2015

  • Jacqueline Siegfried
    Jacqueline Siegfried Apr 29, 2015

    well, of course we tried that--it just keeps coming off. Opener is about 6 months old and was working fine at 2 pm to open. At 4 pm it closed and then reopened immediately and neither the remote or base opener would work.

  • robert Apr 30, 2015

    Well that was my point. Tell the whole story including all issues, what I've tried, etc and give make and model.



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