In the following article we will review most common reasons for garage door opener issues . Many issues may be resolved simply and quickly without the need of a repairman. If you are experiencing something much more complicated, contact Norman Garage Door Repair and we will rush out to inspect yours. Our pro techs only use high quality materials to completely repairs efficiently for the lowest cost possible. Otherwise, take a look at the issues listed below for a few quick resolutions to common garage door issues.
Many times, when your garage door does not open by pressing the controller’s button on the remote or wall, it is due to an issue with your power source. Check the power connection for the for the motor. If this is properly connected, inspect the fuse or circuit breaker for your garage door. Another idea is to replace the battery with a fresh, new one.
If the wall operator works, but not the remote, try replacing the remote’s batteries. Ensure that you are within the correct range to operate the auto-opener, by moving closer a few inches each time you retry the remote. Examine the antenna for the opener’s motor to ensure that it is positioned correctly. The remote may also require reprogramming. If none of these solutions resolve the problem, it might be time to install a new garage door opener. Call our professional technicians at Norman Garage Door Repair and allow us to solve your opener issue.
Any open or close failure presents a serious security risk. Inspect the path of the sensor beams to ensure that no obstacles are in the way. It could be something large or a simple spider web interrupting the path of the beam. There could also be something small on the floor triggering the reversal safety feature of your garage door. Remove all obstacles which may be hindering the operation of the door and try to close it again.
A large number of garage door openers have a flashing light alert system. Check to see, if there are flashing lights on the motor when your garage door will not close. The flash pattern is much like Morris code and the solution may be in the opener’s manual. It is also a good idea to disconnect the opener and operate your garage door manually to discover the problem.
If the motor continues to run after door is completely open or closed, it may be an issue with your limit switch. This is an extremely important safety feature of your garage door and should be handled by a professional repairman. Call our office and allow a Norman Garage Door Repair expert to adjust your force or limit features to keep your family, as well as your valuables, safe.
If you have exhausted the list of potential resolutions, our expert team is available for garage door emergencies day and night. Contact Norman Garage Door Repair 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer all of your