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Sears Garage Door Opener

Posted by iggie (My Page) on
Fri, Dec 31, 10 at 3:09

I have a Sears garage dood opener that is very hard to operate with my remote, I have to move all over searching for a spot where it will work, finslly I will find a location and thing will work. There is nothing else on the garage door electrical circuit, and I have tried unplugging all large electrical appliances to see if one was causing interfence, no help. I have been told I should replace the logic board, however door woks perfectly when manual pad is used. Is there anything else I can do to fix this problem? I have replaced the battery in remotes and tried repositioning the antenna a bit.

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RE: Sears Garage Door Opener

The wall control is hardwired to the opener and does not use the radio receiver to operate the door. The remote does. It sounds like a logic board problem but it isn't just large appliances that can interfere. Small items that are electrical can too.

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