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Garage Doors 4 Common Problems and Easy Fixes

11/26/2013 Back To Blog

Every problem has a solution; your garage door is no exception. Some issues require a professional repair service whereas others can easily be fixed by you. These are a few common problems that garage door owners often experience.

Not Opening or Closing


At some time or another, all electric garage doors will face the problem of not opening or closing. This can be related to many issues, usually with the opener. Try to reprogram the opener by referring to your owner’s manual. If you still can’t resolve the problem, consult a Garage Door Repair San Tan Valley.  Until then, you may use a temporary fix by pulling the manual release cord and operating the door manually.Garage Doors 4 Common Problems and Easy Fixes

Door Sticks Midway


Another common issue is: when opening or closing the door, it may get stuck in the middle. This is a sign that the moving parts need to be lubricated. Try to use a garage door lubricant on the rollers, hinges, and torsion springs. It attracts less grit and dust. If you don’t have that, coconut oil will do the trick.

Door Falls


When the extension springs become worn, the door will fall when released. Replace the springs and then the door should become operable again. This job involves high tension and can easily cause severe injury; be sure not to do it by yourself.

Door Gets Stuck


If every now and then your door gets stuck during operation, it could be due to loose garage door parts. Make sure that all screws, nuts, and bolt are tightened. The door could also be interrupted by damage to the metal track. This issue normally occurs with steel doors. If so, carefully knock the track back in place with a hammer.

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