Garage Doors & Door Openers

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How to Lubricate Garage Door Springs and Chains

Garage door springs make the work of opening the garage door much easier. Without the springs to take

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How Garage Door Cables Work

When it comes to garage door cables it is hard to understand exactly what is going on when they are functioning.

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How to Replace a Garage Door Opener Belt

The garage door opener belt is an important part of the workings inside the opener. When the belt is

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How to Install a Garage Door Keypad Opener

A garage door opener keypad is something that is going to allow you to use your garage door without having

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How to Install a Sliding Garage Door

A sliding garage door is similar to barn doors, as they don't open by lifting them, but instead slide

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How to Replace Garage Door Openers Sensors

Garage door openers sensors are usually situated one on each side of the garage door approximately 6

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How to Reduce Belt Drive Garage Door Opener Noise

A noisy belt drive garage door opener is a warning sign that something is about to go wrong with your

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How Garage Door Safety Sensors Work

Garage door safety sensors are there to both protect and enhance the safety of your automated garage

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How to Adjust Garage Door Close Force

To be sure it is closing as it should, you may need to adjust the garage door close force. This can prevent

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How to Install Garage Door Cables

Installing garage door cables is not something difficult, it’s actually a task you can perform

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How to Replace a Garage Door Circuit Board

When the garage door circuit board goes bad the automatic garage door opener will not operate as it should.

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Repair a Garage Door Motor that Hums but Does Not Work

When you find that your garage door motor is making a humming noise but not opening and closing, it typically

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What Causes a Garage Door to Open by Itself?

There are many reasons why a garage door opens by itself. Some of those reasons are preventable while

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How do I replace my garage door bottom seal on an uneven surface?

To replace a garage door bottom seal correctly, cover the floor strike piece (the aluminum or metal part