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Ghostly Garage Door Light Strangely Intermittent...

Posted by darita (My Page) on
Mon, Dec 21, 09 at 11:57

I have a 2 year old Craftsman garage door opener, who's light will come on with no tripping of the sensors. After we have entered the garage, closed the door and left the garage, the light will often stay on or come back on after initially turning off. I've gone to bed noting the light being off, only to wake up the following morning finding the light has come back on sometime during the night. It drives us crazy! I've cleared and checked the sensors and there are no rodents or any other animals in the garage. Does anybody know what's going on?


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RE: Ghostly Garage Door Light Strangely Intermittent...

I would disconnect the wall control. That would eliminate any possibility of it being bad. If you have the newer wall control with motion detector read the post by tonyb73 "motion switch on garage opener". It's down 3 or 4 posts on this same page. May be a problem for many.


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