Due to the frequent use of garage doors at home, sometimes there may be some problems with garage doors. However, maintenance of garage doors in Jinan is a very tricky task, so how can we quickly solve problems with garage doors?
1. Check the power supply
If your garage door opener is not responding, all you need to do is check if it is connected to the power supply. You can check the power supply, garage door sensors, and wall lights to see if they are powered on. If not, unplug the plug and plug it again. If there is no response, you can go to the power switch box to check the safety switch.
2. Ensure that it is not locked
Sometimes the garage door cannot be opened, possibly because the garage door opener is locked, which is a safety feature of the garage door. You can check the garage door button installed on the wall, which has a green light on it (sometimes this light may be inside the casing and needs to be removed with a screwdriver to see it). If the green button is flashing, it indicates that the garage door has been locked. In this case, simply press and hold the 'lock' button for a few seconds until the green light stops flashing, and then try opening your garage door again.
3. Safety sensors
There are two safety sensors located below the garage door, which are designed to prevent people or pets from getting caught when the garage door is closed. This sensor is composed of an infrared transmitter and an infrared receiver to ensure that every door opening and closing is safe.
On this safety sensor, there will be indicator lights. If one of the lights is not on, the sensor may assume that it has detected an object in the path of the garage door, which will cause the garage door to remain closed. Generally speaking, this situation may be due to the safety sensor being blocked by debris, or the positions of the two sensors being offset and not aligned.
Next, follow the wire connecting the sensor all the way up to ensure it is not damaged or cut off.
If your garage door still cannot be closed, the lights on the motor are still flashing, and the sensor may also "detect" an object blocking it. You can temporarily turn off this function by pressing and holding the garage door button hanging on the wall (after ensuring that closing the garage is safe). If your garage door is closed well and there is indeed nothing blocking the sensor, then it may be that the sensor has malfunctioned.
That's all we need to explain the inspection items for garage door problems. We hope you can be helpful. For more information, please visit our website http://www.jnzxmy.com Consult!