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These units can have a back-up power source to ensure dependable access to your garage in the event of an electrical outage. They are also big space savers if storage room in your garage is important to you. As you can see, there are lots of options to choose from. A simple phone call to Denver CO Garage Door will start the process for you.

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Craftsman garage door opener: After power outage, we pulled the release cord to disengage opener. Now power is back, how to re-engage the door with the unit?

Ensure that the lever (one with rope attached) is in up position , use opener to open door it should lock into trolly

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choosing a home generator to use in the event of outages

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garage door motor-do it have battery backup

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For older installations of types that did not have or offer the optional UPS, one could easily buy and install an after-market uninterruptible battery supply.

In the event of a power outage and there's no battery back-up supply or a back-up generator to power your electric door opener, simply release the emergency handle and lift the door manually; of course that's predicated you're able to gain access to your garage.

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You will need to get a surge protector on this unit first of all. You will have to replace the logic board and maybe the wall button or sensors depending on how bad the surge was. Any time the power goes out the logic board can be affected by it. Thanks BB

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