Your garage door closes halfway then it reverses and you aren’t sure what to do? Well, let us tell you it could many things, but to every problem, there is always a solution. In this case, what we would recommend you to do is to take a look at your cables. With this problem, it could mean that your cables may have snapped and you may need to have it repaired. If it is not the cables, then it may be the close-force setting that has been set on your opener. Adjust the setting until you are able to open and close your garage door with no problems. Another place to look at on your garage door, if the other options don’t work, would be your bearings on your rollers. Check to see if the bearings on your rollers need to be lubricated; if so, add a 3-in-1 lubrication to your rollers just to make sure it’s running smoothly. Another thing you can take a look at is the eye on your sensors. Some people just forget that the eyes need to be dusted once in a while to prevent any issues such as these. So dust off the dirt in those eyes, and it should do the trick. If all else fails, call your local garage door company to have a service technician take a look, it may be some thing much more difficult than a Do-It-Yourself project.
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