08:18AM | 11/10/08
Member Since: 11/09/08
1 lifetime posts
Every time the temp. gets below 30 deg. my garage doors stick. I have to push the remote multiple times in order to open it or push up on the bottom.

Is there something I can do to fix this?


08:45AM | 11/10/08
Member Since: 04/25/05
1916 lifetime posts
Disconnect the opener with the emergy release.

Then manually operate the door.

It should be balanced so that if you open it about 1/2 way it will stay there.

And it should work freely over the whole distance.

If not it probably need adjusting or replacing rollers.

Adjust the springs should be done by a pro.

Then run the opener, with out the door, and see if it work smoothly.

If not it might need lubricating.

If both the door and the opener are working OK then you might need to adjust the Open Force Limit a little.


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