Genie is a famous brand of garage door opener. Genie’s well-known radio controlled garage door is claimed as the first garage door opener ever made. Genie is a reputable garage door opener manufacturer that has a rich history of producing garage door opener. The Genie Company is one of three companies that dominate the garage door opener market. Although Genie garage door opener is a well-known brand, it is unavoidable that the garage door opener may not work well as it is supposed to be. Most of Genie garage door products are equipped with Genie garage door opener troubleshooting guide, it has an important instruction to troubleshoot the garage door before calling the expensive professional or buying the new opener.
Most of DIY garage door openers from Genie are easy to install, program, and adjust. For malfunction parts that you can install, program and adjust, they are likely easy to troubleshoot too. If you have your owner’s manual of your Genie opener, you can refer to the troubleshooting guide operation section when you need to perform Genie garage door opener troubleshooting. You can look through the Power Head LED, shown by both the green and red LED light, when an opener is in trouble.
If you find the RED LED continues to be ON, your opener may need a complete programming. A RED LED is blinking once and pause and continued to repeat the action of blinking once and pause, a transmitter may not learned while the programming. You need to program the remote transmitter to control the opener. Meanwhile, if you find the GREEN LED is blinking once and pause repeatedly you need to program the set down limit again or it may indicate that your Safe-T-Beam detects an obstruction going down. The solution is simple, you need to remove the cause of the obstruction and remove it immediately. The basic ways to do Genie garage door opener troubleshooting is simple; if you know the parts and know how to program, it is adequate.