This Bellevue, NE, homeowner struggled with a newly installed LiftMaster garage door opener. No amount of tinkering with the remote seemed to do the trick. They even replaced the batteries, but it made no difference. With such a simple task suddenly out of reach, they needed someone to diagnose and repair the door opener. So they searched online for a repair company to do the job quickly and reliably.
We were happy to assist when they contacted us at Titan Garage Doors Lincoln NE. Upon inspection, we identified the issue. It turns out that the remote was not updated with their particular door opener model. We provided them with a compatible replacement so that they could access the garage again. Satisfied with the quality of service, we were paid for the garage door opener repair and were recommended to friends and family who were also in need of opener repairs.
Have you ever gotten home after a long day only to find that the remote would not open your garage door? It is a moment of panic as you realize you are stuck outside when you only want to get inside and relax. You may be unfamiliar with the workings of a garage door remote. Yet, knowing the solutions to common issues arising from regular use will help you not worry about being stranded outside your home again.
Below are the most frequent causes of a malfunctioning garage door remote and some solutions for quick troubleshooting.
If your trusty remote refuses to cooperate, start troubleshooting with the wall-mounted control panel in your garage. If the door responds, it could be a sign that the battery life has run its course. It is, in fact, a common cause of malfunctioning remotes. Recharge your power source and be ready to take charge of your garage like never before.
If your opener’s remote is not working, it could have suffered physical damage. Has the remote experienced any adverse weather conditions? Was it ever dropped or stepped on? Although the exterior may seem fine, even the most seemingly minor bumps or splashes of rain can take an unsuspecting toll. Do not let a broken remote wreck your daily routine. Check it carefully for any visible signs of wear and tear. Act quickly to make sure your home stays safe and sound.
Are you having difficulties opening your garage door using the remote? The culprit may be a disrupted signal. Before swapping out the batteries, ensure that you are within 20 feet of the door opener and that no obstructions are blocking the signal. If everything fails, it is possible that the antenna is broken or that you merely clicked the remote out of range. Following these tips, you can effortlessly get your garage door to respond to the remote again.
Ensure you have not pushed the lock button on your garage door controller. If you press the on button, you cannot open or close the door with your remote. To turn it off, push the button on the control panel. If it then moves up or down after pressing the remote, the problem is solved. You should also check if your wall panel still works by pushing the button after turning off the lock.
If your garage door remote stops working, there is an easy fix. Find the Learn button on your door opener and press it for 30 seconds. Then take your remote control and press its Learn button for 3 seconds. After resetting, the light on the opener will blink or flash as a confirmation. Give it a try with your remote to be sure. If everything is working correctly, you can open the garage door again.
Are you living with a garage door that would not open or close reliably? Look no further than Titan Garage Doors Lincoln NE for reliable and affordable garage door opener repair. Our skilled technicians are highly trained to assist you with your garage door issues. We have you covered from installation to repairs to garage door opener replacement. We offer warranties on all our parts and labor for peace of mind, so you know your garage door is in good hands. Enjoy fast and friendly service with each appointment you make. Call us today for free estimates and end your garage door opener troubles immediately.