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Garage Door Not Closing

Garage door not closing

If you’ve observed that your garage door no longer completely closes, the problem may lie with the safety sensors on your garage door opener. Close to the ground is where you’ll find these photocells. The garage door’s safety sensors prevent the door from Garage door not closing violently and potentially injuring or damaging a person or an object underneath it.
Garage door safety sensors have a very vital job to complete, but they may also be the culprit when the door stubbornly refuses to close. If something is in the way of the garage door opener’s sensors—like a spider web or a broomstick—it will immediately reverse and cease operating. The door won’t be able to fully close as a result of this.

When your garage door doesn’t close all the way or even open halfway, it could be due to a few common issues.


Verify that nothing is blocking the door. However obvious this problem may seem, it must not be disregarded. Check the garage floor and the surrounding area for any foreign objects or debris that could be the source of the issue. Garage door tracks and the door itself need to be checked for debris. That also could get in the way of the door moving smoothly.

Make sure all of the safety features are up and running

Garage door opener safety sensors are usually to blame when the door doesn’t close properly. Typically, this is what occurs. These sensors must be mounted on the ground no more than six inches above the floor on both the garage door’s open and closed sides. They are placed next to one another, facing outward, and send a signal down the length of the doorway to detect if anything is blocking the garage door when it closes. One or both of these sensors however may not be getting power. Or may be transmitting the wrong information also on Garage door not closing.
Safety sensors for garage door openers are an essential part of a safe garage door opening and closing process. In order to keep the Garage door not closing smoothly, it is important to have these sensors professionally installed and perform routine maintenance on them.

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