How many of you have had garage door problems in the past three years?
I am wondering because I want to know the ratio of homeowners to garage door use.
It is possible if we do not grease it. Normally it should be greased every six month, but I was unaware & I got the same problem.
by ahorner 8 years ago
garage door remoteI just programmed a new remote for my garage door opener and when I click it the lights ficker as if the remote is working but the door does not move. The door is not on manual operation, so that is not the problem. What could it be? Thanks, Al
by tcuster 8 years ago
what is the rough opening for a standard 8 x 7 roll up garage door?I am building a work shop and have flexibility in the rough opening.
by jrk75 8 years ago
openers will not open garage door at any distance. The batteries has been changed. I have...reset the openers and they work at close range in the garage. How do I change the frequency to get it to work like it should at distance to open and or close?
by Michele Travis 5 years ago
If you could change one thing in your past, what would it be"I would never drink a drop of alcohol. I am an alcoholic , and this has ruined so much of my life. Am on bankruptcy . I would go back in time, and never drink. What would you do, to make your life better?
by Kelly Kline Burnett 8 years ago
Has anyone done this? I am seeking to dress up the exterior with little dollars.Suggestions? Photos?Please help!
by calanr8 9 years ago
Hey John! I have two garage doors right next to each other, and I have 3 remotes that all work...one door. Can I program one of the remotes to the door with no remote and make it work just that one door? Thanks for all your help! Chris
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