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Ryobi garage opener does not open and continues to beep

Issue:
Ryobi garage opener does not open but continues to beep or keeps beeping.

Solution:
reset Ryobi Garage Opener Up and Down limits again.

1. Press and hold Up arrow for 3-5 sec to set up limit.
2. at the desired limit press the SET button.
3. Press and hold the Down arrow to set the down limit.
4. at the desired limit press the SET button.
5. test Up and Down arrows to complete the configurations
6. give it a few seconds then you can now use your remotes.

*if the opener is buzzing, you may need to unplug from power to reset the unit so you can set the travel limits.

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Many instructions I have found for a variety of makes of garage door openers state that the beeping can mean the back up battery for the garage door opener needs replacing. See the information here:
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