I have a Laser 30 in a brand new 24'x24' garage with 9' ceiling, 2"x6" walls(R20) and R40 ceiling. Building is well insulated and very tight. It's been -15 to -20 celsius here lately and it will only make 50 degrees F inside. It is on the high setting and runs steady to do this. Is there something wrong with the heater or is it too small for the application? Randy
I had the Laser 30 serviced a few days ago, and it works properly now. the burner pot was very sooted up, hard crust of carbon in the bottom inch or better which was drasticlly cutting down the heat output(at least 50 per cent) Also put a new fuel pump in and now it puts out a lot more heat. Would strongly advise that these are service at least every two years. Randy
Heating and cooling is rated in btu.or could be watts.for your space to be heated quickly to say 70 deg f. you may need a heater with a rating of 36000 btu.it will heat u up then shut off.if you use a smaller heater it will take longer to heat thus using more energy for the same results.
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**** >>> This setup I performed with my new 2010 BMW 528XI Garage Door Homelink and Chamberlain Garage Door Opener <<< ****
Chamberlain: 01. Power off or unplug the garage door opener motor power supply (which is mounted on ceiling of the garage) ;;;
02. keep the garage door opener transmitter in your hand (do not press any button at this time) ;;;
03. In your 2010 BMW 528XI Homelink button (which resides under rear view mirror) press the 1st and 3rd homelink button together for about 30-40 seconds (i.e., until the yellow light blinks fast) and when the yellow light next to the homelink button blinks fast release from pressing the (homelink) buttons ;;;
04. now hold the garage door opener transmitter closer (means within 2-4 inches) to the homelink button (either 1st or 2nd or 3rd) whichever you are planning to program to open the garage door ;;;
05. now press the garage door opener transmitter button and chosen homelink button (either 1st or 2nd or 3rd whatever you need) together ;;;
06. the yellow light (next to homelink button) initially may blink slowly but after few seconds (may be 10-20 seconds) will blink fast; once it started blinking fast release from pressing both garage door opener transmitter and homelink button ;;;
07. Now plug or power on the main garage door opener motor (which is mounted on garage ceiling) ;;;
08. On the main garage door opener motor (which is mounted on garage ceiling) press the "LEARN" button (once you press it may have yellow/orange color light; make sure the light is on) ; then within 30 seconds do the next steps #9, #10, #11 very carefully ;;;
09. go to your car and press the homelink button you programmed and hold it for 4 seconds and then release it --> 1st iteration ;;;
10. again hold the same homelink button you programmed and hold it for 4 seconds and then release it --> 2nd iteration ;;;
11. again hold the same homelink button you programmed and hold it for 4 seconds and then release it --> 3rd iteration ** important note; generally three iterations are not necessary; and steps #9, #10, #11 must be performed within 30 seconds ** ;;;
12. during one of the iteration you will hear "CLICK" sound one-time from Garage door motor (which is mounted on ceiling) and if you have light attached with it; it will blink once (** if you hear the CLICK sound and/or light blinks once**) then the particular homelink button is programmed ;;;
13. now press the programmed homelink button; the garage door will open or close (but always it will take 3 or 4 blinks in yellow light or 2-3 seconds before the garage door opens or closes and which is normal) ;;;
** Thats it, your 2010 BMW 528XI Garage Door Opener Homelink setup is complete ** ;;;
You can program rest of the homelink button the same way but following from the steps between #4 and #13 ;;;
Hope this steps will help you to program chamberlain Garage door opener in 2010 BMW 528XI Homelink. ;;;
** possibly the above same steps may work with other BMW 5-series cars homelink too (but I'm not sure) **
sure you put the black cup back on the end of the motor shaft and
that it is pressed all the way on. Make sure the RPM sensor is
plugged in. If neither of these are the issue, then you probably did
not have the motor shaft pushed all the way back when you tightened
the coupler after replacing the worm gear. Loosen that coupler up and
from the front of the motor (opposite end in which the coupler is on)
push the shaft back as far as it will go. Hold it there while you
tighten the coupler back up and then try it.
Make sure you have a fresh battery in the garage remote. Drive away about a block and park. Press the two outer buttons on the IS for about 20 seconds , they will flash 10-15 seconds and then go out,erasing any old codes in the car. Then select a button position, 1-2-or3 on the car for your garage function. Hold your garage remote to the car's button pad and depress the garage remote button and the cars button (1-2 or3)continually. The LED in the cars touch pad will flash slow, then fast then go out. Once these steps are completed the car and your hand held are syncronized...thh car has recieved the remote function. That is step 1 for all vehicles.
Now you need to return to the garage and "introduce" your car to the garage door opener's receiver. Depending on the brand there will be a "learn" button on the garage door opener. You will climb a ladder and push the learn button as per instructions in the opener manual or on the stickers on the opener motor itself, if it is a Chamberlain, Liftmaster or Craftsman.... These buttons will be pressed to erase old opener codes or program to add new devices...which is what your car is. Each opener has its own series of functions but generally after initial set up of the ceiling unit, you will depress the learn button and hold for several seconds. Then within 30 seconds , you will depress the cars button for about 2 seconds and release, the lights will flash on the ceiling unit in the garage indicating success and the next time you press the cars button the system works. For complete detailed instructions go to the HOMELINK web site. It covers most cars by model and openers by brand with VERY detailed instructions. Nice car! Enjoy and post back with results
The only procedure I have ever followed is to press the learn button and then enter the code, and not do anything else. I think your last step of holding the button until the light goes out is clearing codes as fast as you enter them. Just stop after you enter your code and let the learn mode time out on its own. That should do it.
And don't put your head through the wall. It just causes more headaches.