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Have to hold the push button inside my garage to close garage.

I have a craftsman 1/2 hp garage door opener when I push button inside my garage it closes about an inch or two and then goes back up. If I hold the button it will go down inside the garage then I can it to close. This is an older unit, (1994) it has a beam sensors. Door opens and closes smoothly if releaseed from chain from the motor. When I use my remotes I can only open the garage not close it.

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You have a door sensor problem. Make sure the sensors are pointed at one another and the small light on each one is lit and not blinking. Also check the wiring.

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