Your garage door remote is one of the most convenient gadgets you can have, but when your remote isn’t working, they can be anything but. Most of the time, if a remote isn’t working, simply replacing the batteries will usually do the trick, but if battery replacement didn’t work for you, there are probably other problems at play.
What To Do When Only One Remote Isn’t Working
If only one of your garage remotes isn’t working and replacing the batteries didn’t fix it, the transmitter could be broken. The remote might also need to be reprogrammed. You can usually find the instructions for reprogramming in the manual. If you don’t have the manual, you can most likely find it on the manufacturer’s website.
What To Do When Multiple Garage Door Remotes Aren’t Working
If multiple remotes aren’t working, the problem is likely with the receiver in the garage door opener itself. The receiver is probably going bad, or it is already dead. If this is the case, one of our trained and qualified service technicians will be glad to come by and either repair or give you an estimate for a replacement if necessary.
If you ever need San Antonio garage door repair or installation, call Hollywood-Crawford Door Co.