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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This web address came from the Chamberlain site. I also needed to relearn my remotes due to a newer car that has a built in garage door opener that needed to be set. I also needed to reset my keypad remote, those instructions I was able to get from the same site. Good Luck
Posted on Apr 26, 2009
SOURCE: pad no longer works? on
Hello. When the pad no longer works, the problem is usually the battery. look carefully at the pad and you will see a screw holding down the battery compartment lid. Unscrew that screw, raise that lid, remove the battery, take it to radio shack and get a new one exactly like the old one. Joe
Posted on Oct 08, 2010
SOURCE: i have a stanley garage
The most important thing is to understand that the door spring can KILL YOU. If you are not absolutely certain that you know what you are doing, call a garage door guy. Many poeple get SERIOUSLY hurt.
So, you need two perfectly fitting rods to fit into the spring tightening end of the spring..
Release all spring tension. Release the opener.
Level the door with shims if necessary.
Install the first cable and turn the spring main rod to hold tension.
Put a vice grip on the main rod to keep it from unwinding any more
Release the 2nd cable spool and thread the other side cable. Turn the spool to have the same tension as the other cable.
Then wind the spring about 6 revolutions. (35 flats or tool insertions).
Verfiy the cable is still threaded correctly on both sides.
Correct spring tesnion is when the door will stay at 1/2 closed.
REconnect the opener and good to go.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
SOURCE: I have a stanley garage
Make sure the counter balance springs are ok. Most garage doors have 2 springs to provide counter balance for the door. Your garge door opener may have enough power to still operate even with one springs broken however with one springs broken would hit pretty hard. It the springs look ok I would release the door from the opener (while in the down position) using the little rope that hangs down and operate the door by hand to ensure it goes up and down smoothly. Most problems are due to friction caused by bad rollers or failed springs. If this is not the issue let me know.
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 15, 2010
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