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My Genie garage opener model 200... Chain continues to run, door doesn't open..(it's unlocked, plugged in and getting electricity, checked top of unit and chain on tract there and seems elsewhere with proper tension throughout assembly), when door didn't open I released emergency metal grip handle (no red cord) and now notice that a plastic chain guide that the grip handle's long screw/spike looking end fits into is broke and the screw/ spike end grip handle won't push back up into place... So, looking for a black plastic chain guide and info on how the screw/spike end of emer pull (which fits into the chain guide) part and instructions on how to get the emer pull pushed back into place. :) Kitty
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
all three remotes quit working at the same time, have tried to hold the button for 30 sec. and the remote for 30 sec. nothing works.
the electric on the wall works fine,
the batteries are new in the remotes
what do you suggest, help
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
There're some half a dozen or so small screws securing that frame to the door face. These screws must be removed. Then, the frame can be pried out by releasing the plastic snappers (with a flat screwdriver) while in the same time gently helping the frame to detach from these snappers' hold and the door face. It's a tidious, somewhat annoying task. The snappers may and will even likely break in the process, but aren't needed for the frame to be resecured to the door face after the handle is replaced. Note that the broken ends of the handle must be held with a pair of pliers or a flat screwdriver needs to be inserted bewteen each of them and the hole, or the ends will turn with the screws. This is because the metal screws' grip of the plastic handle broken ends is very strong and will otherwise won't get separated.Once the above is accomplished, reassembling the door is a brease.
P.S.: The dual end latch may interfere somewhat with the job and can be removed for the prtocess to be undertaken without it disturbing. It's easy to remove and replace that latch, including its spring.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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