You’re sitting there in front of your computer perhaps looking for answers about your garage door opener. What better time to find your opener’s owner’s manual online and download it to your computer.
- Easily Accessible When You Need It.
It is surprising how few people keep the original garage door opener owner’s manual that came with their operator.
- May only be Available for a Limited Time.
The older your operator becomes, the more difficult it is to find the correct manual. You may not be able to find one anywhere.
- Troubleshooting Guide.
You can solve a number of problems by referring to the owner’s manuals’ troubleshooting guide. You may be able to solve your problems without calling for help.
- Illustrated Parts List.
Helps you identify parts when you need replacements.
- Programming Instructions.
Your owner’s manual contains programming instructions for your remote, control panel, and keyless or wireless/keyless keypad.
- Maintenance Guide.
Manufacturer’s recommended monthly maintenance can extend the life of your garage door opener.
Opening force, closing force: How do you make these adjustments so they do not become a danger to children, pets, and others. The door will not open if opening force is set too low (could be problems with the door itself). If closing force is not set high enough your door will not close. If set too high you could be responsible for someone getting hurt.
- Installation Instructions.
I often get inquiries from visitors that seem to have misplaced their installation guide even before they have installed their garage door opener. Others may have acquire a unit which for some reason did not include the installation manual.
- Needed Tools for Installation.
Show and tell for the tools you will need to install your operator.
- Warranty Information.
Your garage door opener owner’s manual ends with a copy of the units’ warranty. It tells how long the motor is covered by manufacturer’s warranty. How long are parts covered by warranty? It’s in the manual.