Yes and it is usually not difficult to adjust. Most likely one of two problems is occurring; the door is either traveling too far causing a binding situation or the down force is set too light. Both of these conditions can usually be corrected by making small adjustments on the opener. Ideally you want the down force to reverse with light pressure but not too light. Doors are designed to reverse if they are binding. If the pressure is set too heavy or too light the results may not be good. When setting the travel you want the bottom seal to squish slightly. I recommend putting the safety sensors within 6-9″off the floor for optimal safety of pets and children.
My garage door reverses all the time. Is there a way to correct this?
Feb 12, 2014 | GARAGE