Genie Excelerator is the most silent Genie screw drive featuring a hard polymer rail liner that could eliminate the contact of metal to metal. Its excellent quiet operation is very appropriate to use in near bedrooms and living area. Regularly, the sensor light will be blinking if there is a problem. The problem can be caused by several reasons, such as: dirty eyes, loose wires (either at the motor head or the sensors), bad sensors or there is a blocked trail among the sensors. You should know some Genie Excelerator Garage Door Opener Repair so you can try to fix the problem by yourself.
Sometimes, you will face your remote cannot work to close your garage door. Your door will move only an inch in the close way and reverse. To try correcting this problem, ensure that the lenses on the sensors are spotless. They should be directed to face each other. Do not forget to check the wire connection. It should be firmly fastened at both motor head and sensors. You should also try to unplug the garage door opener and re-plug it back to the outlet. It possibly will reset the sensors.
Sometimes, you may find your garage door closes and reverses back to open position. There are close limit and open limit on garage door opener. These limits locate the space of the door to open or close before ending. In the down way, when the limit is organized left away from the point, the door will beat the floor. It is like beating something so the safety tells to reverse. You should set the limit nearer the motor, so the opener will shut off prior. You can use chain glide unit.
If your garage door closes or opens by itself, the problem is caused by a short. It is expected to be in a place, either in your transmitter, in the wall switch or in wiring. You will frequently find your garage door is up, though you closed it when you left your home. The best Genie Excelerator Garage Door Opener Repair of this problem is removing the batteries from the transmitters. And then, try to operate the door from your wall switch.