safety sensor repair
Managing the technical parts of your garage door
Many customers call us for help with diagnosing a garage door that won’t close. The usual suspect are those pesky safety sensors, or eye sensors down by the track of the garage in the corners. Due to age these eventually gain a short in them and need to be replaced. Sunlight can be a culprit, along with a few other common issues that could prevent these sensors to have problems. Many people keep storage items in their garage near these sensors and they get bumped and misaligned. Dust can build up on the lenses and can disrupt the infrared beam from connecting to the other sensors.
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Cobwebs and other debris can attach itself to the bottom of the garage door and disrupt during closing. Pets have been known to chew on these and cause them to fail. Most commonly is due to age. Eventually they just go bad and need to be replaced. Sometimes a quick alignment is all that’s needed but can often be difficult to tell if its been fixed or not. If you are needing help getting your garage door closed, you can hold down the wall button until the door closes all the way as a temporary solution to bypass these sensors if they are preventing the door from closing. Call us today to get an experienced technician out to help you with this problem. 480-877-9841
garage door safety sensors
if your safety sensors are not working properly then you shouldn't be waiting. Sensors can usually be easily replaced or fixed.
Garage Door service tip #1
Make sure nothing is blocking the line between the two sensors before you call a service technician to your home or business
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Call us today to speak with a trained specialist who can provide the knowledge and parts to quickly fix you sensor problems.