DIY garage door opener repair
If it seems like aliens have control of your garage door opener because it opens or closes by itself, works intermittently or just won't work at all, Sears PartsDirect can help. From error code charts to troubleshooting and repair guide videos, we provide expert help so you can regain control of your own garage door opener.
Do the motor unit lights flash a repeating pattern? Those flashing lights are error codes telling you what's wrong with your garage door opener. Find the pattern of your unit's flashing lights on our error code charts to find out the problem. Once you figure out which part to replace, follow the steps in our DIY repair guides to replace the broken part.
If you still haven't figured out the problem, our garage door opener articles and videos can help. From troubleshooting problems with safety sensor system to how and when to make force adjustments to why your garage door remotes won't work, our videos will walk you through the problem and how to fix it.
Looking for an owner’s manual or a complete list of replacement parts for your garage door opener? Search for your model number to find the information you need.
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Learn how to replace the gear and sprocket assembly on your garage door opener if the drive motor runs but the door won't move.
If your garage door won’t move, the drive and worm gears could be broken. This guide will help you replace the gears.
Use the advice and tips in these articles and videos to get the most out of your garage door opener.
This inexpensive gadget prevents sunlight interference with the sensors.
Learn how to decipher symbols so you can buy the right part for your problem.
Check out these troubleshooting tips if your garage door freezes on the way up or if it stops and reverses directions on the way down.