Daily maintenance and maintenance of the electric garage door can be used for convenient and safe use and can extend the life of the garage door motor.
As the use time increases, the garage door may have abnormal noise. Have you noticed the maintenance and maintenance required for the motor in daily use?
In response to this problem, we will share with you the worry-free tips for garage door maintenance:
1. Spray lubricant on the track
Spread the graphite powder on the track and spray the household oil or silicone onto the shaft.
Or spray a special lubricant spray on the garage door on the rails and shaft to lubricate.
If there is a pulley, please use the same lubricant as the one on the shaft.
2. Tighten all the loose screws
Look for loose parts and tighten them as needed.
Check the plate on which the spring is mounted on the upper door, make sure the screws are tightened, and tighten the loose screws.
On the rolling door, check the hinges that hold the various parts of the door together, tighten all the loose screws, and replace the damaged hinges.
The door sometimes sinks to one side, which can often be corrected by repairing the hinge.
If the screw hole becomes more extensive, replace the screw with the same diameter but longer, apply wood glue on a hollow fiber rod, and then put it on the new screw.
If there is a crack in the wood at the hinge, remove the hinge and fill the crack and screw holes with the wood sealer. Replace the hinge after the pore filling agent is dry. If possible, move the hinge to the solid wood.
3. Check the spring
On the upper door, the springs on each side are hung in the slots. Move the spring hooks into the adjacent spaces to adjust the spring force.
A spring-loaded cable controls the spring on each side of the pulley on the rolling door.
To adjust the spring force of the spring, extend the cable through the flat plate above the door and re-knot the end to maintain a new stretch.
WARNING: If the roller door has only one torsion spring in the center of the door, do not attempt to repair it.
Because the spring’s elasticity is too big, it may hurt you. For doors that use such springs, call the professional service department for assistance.
4. Remove the track dirt
Clean the track with a high concentration of household cleaner to remove dirt and hardened grease.
Thoroughly clean the shaft and dry the rails and rod.
5. Check the metal track
Check the metal rails inside the garage and see the mounting brackets that secure the rails to the wall. If the rack is loose, tighten the bolts or screws.
Close the garage door and check the inside of the garage for any depressions, bends, or flattening.
If there is any damage, use a rubber mallet or use a piece of waste wood to hit the place with a hammer.
If the track is badly damaged, you must replace it.
6. To ensure that the track is on the horizontal line
Check the way with a spirit level to make sure the tracks are on the same level.
The horizontal track should be slightly inclined towards the rear of the garage. If it is a rolling door, the longitudinal part of the track should be exactly vertical.
On the wall of the garage, the two tracks must be at the same height. If the tracks are not correctly aligned, loosen the screws or bolts that secure the mounting bracket, but do not remove them, then carefully tap the track to move them to the appropriate position. S position.
Recheck the rails with the spirit level to ensure they are in the correct position, then tighten the screws or bolts on the mounting bracket.
Only use the usual maintenance to make your garage door last longer.