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I will tell you how to set the limits, or where they should be anyway. each situation is different and takes different limits. The force limits should never be turned all the way up, or down either. You need enough to power the door and just a little more for when it turns cold. I would start off at 40% and go from there. If the opener has trouble up or down then turn it up a little.

The travel limits tell the opener when to stop up and down. You want the door to clear the opening but not going up too far. Turning these limits with the arrow makes the door go further in that direction. Same for down but if it closes too tight then it will reverse. Do a 2x4 safety reversal test afterward. Thanks BB

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  • Hey, nofarmark91

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