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The central garage door weighs 150 pounds and opens and closes about 1,500 times a year. That lifts a lot of weight! It is not surprising, then, that garage door issues should arise more frequently.

The Garage Door team runs on seven of the most common garage door problems and offers expert problem-solving tips to help you save time and money.

1). Your garage door makes a lot of noise

If your garage door refuses to move, first check the batteries at the opening robot and then check the keypad to make sure it is not damaged. No problem there? Check the attention of the garage door opening unit.

a). Grinding or itching.

Your rollers may not be fully polished or worn out. For the first time, apply lithium- or silicone. If it is the latest, call experts to remove them.

b). Howling.

If your garage door slams, some nuts, bolts, and screws on your garage door may be loosened. Tighten the Hardware with a wrench and socket set and the problem will be silenced.

c). It appears.

Usually, the resulting sounds can be traced back to the torsion spring, which needs to be softened or adjusted. Working on torsion springs is very dangerous and should be left to a professional at all times.

2). Your garage door runs unevenly

If your door appears shimmy every time you open or close it, there may be something blocking the tracks. Look for and remove any obstacles you find. Also, take this opportunity to clear tracks.

If this does not deceive you, the spring (spring revolts or springs of expansion) may cause very little or no tension. In this case, you will need to call an expert to resolve the issue.

3). Your garage door will not open or close

If your garage door refuses to move, first check the batteries at the opening robot and then check the keypad to make sure it is not damaged. No problem there? Check the attention of the garage door opening unit.

If the lights are off, that is a sign that the car has been disconnected from the power supply or that the fuse has been blown, or that the circuit breaker has tripped.

4). Your garage door opens — not just all the way!

Eye sensors are often blamed for this type of misbehavior. Make sure they are clean and properly aligned. Also, there may be a block next to the track (branch, end of broom or hockey stick, or some other object).

If your garage door opens slightly but then closes quickly, you may need to install a spring plan.

5). Your garage door opens at snail speed

If your door blooms while performing its duties, it is usually because the rollers need to be lubricated or the tracks need to be cleaned.

6). Your garage door closes very quickly

If your door closes when you hit the remote, the torsion spring or wires may be broken. If so, your department will not work again until you get an expert to come in and fix the spring or rope system.

7). A possessed garage door

Does your garage door open and close on its own? There are many possible causes, including the following:

.The button on one of your transmitters (wall control, keypad, or remote controls) is stuck.

.Setting the unlock limit requires adjustment.

.There is a problem with the control cable or electrical circuits.

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