1. When the remote control stops working
It is typical for the garage door remote control to stop working. It is also a technological device that can lose its programming. If your garage door does not open upon using the remote control, try closing all the distance between you and the garage door or merely change the remote control batteries. If that does not work either, use the wall switch.
2. When the garage door closes half-way
It happens in three situations. When the rollers are damaged and need replacement when the safety sensors need fixing, or the close-limit switch is set wrong. If it is the first problem, use a lubricant first to check if it works. If not, you need to replace the garage doors rollers . If the second issues arise, it means that dust, leaves or snow block the electronic eyes present at the bottom of the door. Clear it out for the door to function properly.
3. When the garage door reverses before closing or just as it hits the floor
Both of these problems occur when the rollers need a lubricant for the door to open and close entirely, or the remote controller needs to get adjusted with its settings. The close-limit switch settings must get set according to the opening and closing force the garage door requires. If no solutions work, you can read the manual guide for the remote to check if it is even working or has a problem.
4. When the garage door does not open completely
The motor of your garage door opener has an up-limit switch that must stay close to the motor unit for the door to open up. The engine will automatically indicate the problem with the system with the help of lights so make sure there is power. If you see all the lights unresponsive, it means that there is an issue with the power switch which is better if it gets checked by a professional electrician. In other cases, make sure the rollers are not stuck or rusted.
5. When the garage door makes unusual grinding noises
If you are used to your quiet garage door system and it suddenly starts making strange grinding noises get the hint that it must be some rusted parts or metal parts of the door that require a good silicone lubricant. Apply the grease on the part that is getting stuck and allow the door to slowly move all the way to avoid the noises once and for all.
Common Garage Door Openers:
Some of the standard garage door openers are:
- Jack Shaft