With over 300 independently moving parts, your garage door is a deceptively complex piece of equipment. To help prevent malfunctions and break-downs, it is a good idea to occasionally perform a garage door tune-up to keep all of these parts in good working order. A regular tune-up service by a Sears professional can prevent unexpected door problems and prolong the life of your existing equipment.
Install the vertical roller tracks first by wrapping the curved lip around the rollers. The top of these tracks should be approximately 8 in. below the top of the top section. Wait to install the upper tracks until this step is complete. Check the level of the top section to make sure the tops of the vertical roller tracks are level with each other. The bottom of the roller tracks should be at least 1/8 in. off the concrete floor. After leveling and mounting these tracks, install the upper roller (horizontal) tracks.
Installing a garage door opener requires knowledge so that it can be installed properly. Hiring a professional electrician to do the job is a good idea. Installing a garage door opener includes the following: preparation of all the main parts (the rails 2, trolley, motor component), attaching the blocking and bracket 3, installation of additional features (safety rope, light bulb, keypad, safety sensors 1), and testing to ensure that the door runs smoothly and the remotes are functioning properly.
The Quick-Release Key guarantees garage access anytime providing The Quick-Release Key guarantees garage access anytime providing exterior manual operation of any brand of garage door opener. It allows garage access during power outages and other opener failures. Compatible with a wide range of metal or wood garage doors this convenient option is ideal for vaulted garages with no ... More + Product Details Close
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Installing an overhead garage door requires a few tools and a friend to help. First, the lower door panel needs to be set up in the center of the doorway. The remaining panels and tracks are held in place with hinges, brackets, and screws. Set up an easy-to-install torsion spring system to ensure that your door lifts properly for many years to come.
Garage doors cause injury and property damage (including expensive damage to the door itself) in several different ways. The most common causes of injury from garage door systems include falling doors, pinch points, improperly adjusted opener force settings and safety eyes, attempts at do-it-yourself repair without the proper knowledge or tools, and uncontrolled release of spring tension (on extension spring systems).
Extension spring systems should always be restrained by a safety cable that runs through the middle of the spring, tying off to a solid point at the rear and front of the horizontal door track. Extension springs represent a hazard to bystanders when a spring, pulley, or cable breaks under tension. Metal parts from extension spring systems can suddenly be launched.