When your garage door begins to malfunction, a simple fix could be all that is needed to remedy the issue. Here are three common garage door problems that you’re likely to face and how to fix them. 

The Wall Switch And Remote Aren’t Working

If your wall switch and remote are not working, you should first see if your motor unit is unplugged. If everything is as it should be you could move on and inspect your GFCI, circuit breaker, or fuse to see if they have been tripped or burned out. If you’re still unsure of what could be causing this issue, reach out to a professional company like All Right Garage Doors who can diagnose your problem and offer solutions.

Door Won’t Completely Close

If you find that your garage door is not closing completely, there are different approaches you can take to fixing it. You can attempt to adjust the close limit switch to try to make sure the door closes all the way. If it doesn’t work, you could check your tracking sensors to see if they require realignment. The last thing you can inspect is your roller. If it appears to be rusted, then that could be a cause of your issues.

Keypad Or Remote Won’t Work With Door

There are various solutions that you can try to remedy this issue. First, check to see if you’re simply out of range and just need to get closer to the garage door. You should then look to see if the antenna is damaged or hanging downward. Another option could be that your remote or keypad is out of batteries. If that is the case, simply replace the batteries. If none of these is the issue, contact our expert team at All Right Garage Doors and we can work out a solution for you.

When you run into issues with your garage door, All Right Garage Doors is here to address your needs. All Right Garage Doors has been a trusted choice for Mission Viejo, Irvine, Costa Mesa, and Orange County residents because of our positive customer experience and impeccable garage door services. If you’re interested in what All Right Garage Doors can do for you, call us today at (714) 726-2225.