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Genie garage door opener

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I have the Genie excelerator ISD 990 1/2 hp model. When i close the door from the inside control it does up a ft. and stops, then another ft. stops and continues that, stops all of the time. Plus our remotes in the cars do not work at all, I lost the manual, any ideas would help, thanks,

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As the weather gets colder the doors tend to have more problems. There are adjustment screws for upwards pressure and downwards pressure. You may have to adjust this one a pinch. The manual will give better description for this. Seems strange the computer lost the codes for the remotes. This usually means a bad logic board. There should be a button near the light bulb. You push that and get a blinking light then push your remote button light should stop blinking and stay on. Then push the remote button again and that will program the remote.

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Got er done, thanks guys!

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