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Re: craftsman door opener
Sounds like you have a broken spring. Look at the the of your dorr at the header see if one of the spring have a space of about an 1". If you do you need to call a garage door repair company in your area.
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have a problem which returns every year when outdoor temperatures drop close to freezing. garage door will open only a few inches, then stops. I can close it and try opening it again... same result. After five or six such attempts it typically will open. Interestingly, when I push the switch button mounted on the interior wall of my garage and keep it pushed, the door will open, until I release the button at which point it stops opening.
Check your door springs to make sure you don't have a broken spring. Remove the cover from the opener motor unit and check the drive gear. It is a white nylon gear just in front of the motor. It will be obvious if this is going bad. On the rear of the motor unit you will find the 'up force' control. Increase this just a bit. This will compensate for door springs getting tired.
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.
You might have a broken spring. Check on the a the header above the door there should be a tude with a drum on each end and 2 springs (maybe one) towards the center. se if one of the springs has a gap (1-2 inches) in it. If it does you will nedd to cal a door company in your area. I recommend you replace both springs. If you need to get you cars out some times you can help the operator to lift the door by lifting the door while the operator is lifting the door. Be very careful not to get your fingers in a pinch point and be sure to lower the door the same way.