We carry replacement parts, repair parts and accessories for 117 Genie Garage Door Opener models
Your Genie garage door opener offers extra convenience, allowing you to quickly put your vehicle away safe and sound. When your garage door remote fails to operate the door, you're faced with the aggravation of going inside to open the door manually. Try these troubleshooting tips when your garage door opener remote control fails to live up to its name.
The most common garage door opener repair parts needed for your Genie garage door remote is batteries. Weak batteries in the remote control or the operation keypad can interfere with the programming that allows these parts to obey user commands. Check your owner's manual and replace the batteries with those recommended by the manufacturer.
The radio frequency signals that garage door opener remotes use to communicate with other components sometimes fall victim to interference from ham radios and other electronic devices. If your remote doesn't work correctly, look for causes of interference such as electric eyes for automatic lights and some types of CFL bulbs. Turn suspected equipment on and off, and test the remote until you discover the source of interference.
When garage door opener troubleshooting, be sure to check for updates if you're using an in-vehicle remote control programmed for your garage door opener. Occasional updates minimize compatibility issues that can cause non-operation. Just follow the directions in your vehicle's owners manual to perform this update.
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