Genie Garage Door Opener Replacement Parts: Limit Switch model 20113R

June 13, 2014 | By Rahma | Filed in: Door Opener Accessories.

Sometime your helpful device, garage door opener can make you frustrated because it is not working well. One of the problems is because the door is not working consistently due to limit switch issues. There is always a reason to get your Genie garage door opener replacement parts for your limit switch. Genie has designed the replacement parts as reliable and powerful as its garage door opener.

You can easily find your Genie garage door opener replacement parts online by entering the desired name and or number of the model. You may find several replacement parts offered online, one of them is Genie Garage Door Opener Limit Switch model 20113R. This is a limit switch that compatible with Genie Screw and Trac Drive garage door openers, which assembled with Standard Rail. Unfortunately, there is a limitation for this limit switch to work specific models, such as Genie garage door opener Excelerator Models.

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This limit switch is compatible with Genie Screw and Trac Drive garage door openers

With 2.4 ounce weight and 2.9 x 2.8 x 0.c inches dimension, Genie Garage Door Opener Limit Switch model 20113R replaces Genie Genius Trac Drive limit switch models 19795S and 22785R perfectly and for the DOWN or UP switch. You will find no difficulties in installing it as the instructions below:

First to perform Genie garage door opener replacement parts replacement, unplugged any electrical device connected with your garage door opener and its accessories. Examine the limit switch. Find the track’s side of the trigger is on and the wires attach. If you want to install the “open” switch you need to close the garage door and then do opposite for installing “close” switch.

Next, remove the old limit switch and insert the new screw in the new limit switch hole. Thread it through the hole using nut screw with an extra turn. Get to the top of the track with ladder and place the limit switch on the track. Get the track where the side of the trigger is on the proper side as the position that you not before. Get the set screw tighten and get your garage door opener back in. Make a small test to check is the garage door limit acceptable or not.


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