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1. Safety reversal: All the garage door opener equipped with safety reversal feature. The door has two sensors situated six inches above the floor level, both sides of the door. When any object like pet, child or anything else, get in touch with light beam created by sensor while the door is closing, the door stops and reverses. If your opener have not this safety reversal feature, change it as soon as possible.
Often, when the doors get older they make annoying sounds or kind of jerky movements as they rolled up and down or sideways. This problem is caused due to worn out rollers. You might think them easy to replace by self, but wait, they are not, actually the worn out rollers can result out to destroy other hardware on the door along with getting injured in repairing.
This question is very precise to the project in question though there are some general guidelines. If the current hinges are replaced, it is vital to use the same number of hinges or more to ensure strength. Hinges carry a considerable amount of weight and overburdening the hinges may lead to breaks. You can consult with a builder or contractor if you are unsure how many hinges to utilize. Manufacturers will generally offer instructions for the number of suggested hinges for right installation.
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