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richheuser

10:45AM | 10/15/04
Member Since: 10/14/04
2 lifetime posts
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Hello everyone

I have a 1/2 HP Craftsman Garage Door Opener that was just installed this past spring and It's now not working at all.

Last night I went to put a bulb in one of the sockets on either side of the opener and upon screwing the bulb in I heard a pop and the lights and power went out in the garage. I flipped the breaker in the garage and the lights and power came back on, but my garage opener now just clicks when you hit the button to open the door. I found out that a washer had fallen into where the bulb's socket is located and thus why this happened.

The opener is receiving power, but I don't know to what extent the unit is damaged.

Do these openers have a fuse inside the unit or something that I need to reset?

Just looking for some suggestions on troubleshooting the problem.

Thanks for any information you can provide.

Rich


bobsmyhero

04:02PM | 10/15/04
Member Since: 10/14/04
5 lifetime posts
well see i had a neighobor who had the same problem and he called the facotory and they helped him out they gave him a new one and they sent someone to install it they were really kind people.....if anyone goes to hame depot saturday look for me out front i dress exactly like bob hes my hero and i do belive if you havnt excepted bob into your life now the time.....i will be signing autographs for anyone who wants them....

ROCK ON BOB...

BOBBY STRATSONG

THE Wannna be BOB VILLA


BV004515

10:04PM | 05/30/14
You'll probably need to take the entire assembly apart and look for damaged wires, or metal on metal contact where the washer fell through. You could have damaged the circuit board in the Liftmaster garage door opener and need a new one.

If your in Phoenix AZ and need help with the problem give us a call at

Garage Door Repair Phoenix - A1 Garage Doors
756 E. Portland St #31
Phoenix, AZ 85006
602-714-9568

Or visit our website at: www.a1garagedoorrepairs.com/phoenix-garage-door-repair/ for more info
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