Question about Chamberlain Powerdrive PD422D 1/2 HP Security Plus Screw Drive Garage Door Opener
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you have a keyless entry it will still open the door with the vacation lock on. I assume you tryed this or don't have a keyless entry. There is no other way to activate the operator. Sorry but you will have to make a way in.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
The light flashing 5 times is the code for "RPM sensor or motor overload" and the 10 clicks sounds like the relay for the main light bulb that flashes when the door sensors are blocked or misaligned.
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Posted on Oct 15, 2009
The lighted switch is powered by the opener itself. This has the handy feature that, if the light is on, you know you're connected to the opener.
You're seeing the opposite -- no light, which means no connection, which means the button doesn't activate the opener.
There should only be two wires going from the opener to the wall switch, and they're typically 22 or 26 GA solid wires, like telephone wiring.
Given the age of your system, odds are good that one of the wires has broken off at one of the ends -- either inside the wall switch or at the back of the opener. If that's the case, just strip off a little more insulation and screw the wire down again.
If you don't see anything broken, then try this:
When you have the wall switch open and you're looking at the wires, try shorting them with a screwdriver (or just touch the wires together for a moment)
They're low voltage (24V) so you won't get a shock from them.
Shorting them should activate the opener, just as if you'd pressed the button.
If that works, but the light is still not coming on, then you've just got a broken switch. Most hardware stores or home-improvement stores will sell you a replacement for a very low price. Truth be told, you can also just put a doorbell switch on there -- they're based on the same voltage/light/switch system.
Posted on Jan 27, 2010
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