A garage door not opening can be the most frustrating thing ever for the owners. It is also one of the most common problems that the doors face. If you run into such a problem, always do thorough troubleshooting starting from the opener remotes. Usually, the problem is much smaller than an owner might initially imagine, but in the worst case the reason might be a broken spring. Sometimes, the door acts totally opposite of what's mentioned above and opens on its own. Don’t believe anybody telling you about any spirits living in there. It is most commonly caused by the extension springs’ need to be swapped out by the lighter ones. It might also happen, if the opener’s circuit board is damaged.
A garage door falling down sharply happens just as often. It is usually caused by the loss of effectiveness of the springs. They are likely to be worn out and on the verge of breaking. In order to avoid further trouble, it is best to replace the springs. The task can be incredibly dangerous due to the fact that the springs are almost broken and any wrong move can cause it to shoot off and damage your belongings. Finally, you must not forget about the sticky door, which is the most common type of headache that owners come against regarding the door. It indicates that tracks are clogged and dirty. Cleaning them with a rag and lubing hinges and rollers are recommended in this situation.