On 22 May 2006 06:07:07 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
It doesn't really point to anything other than the fact that the logic board is
expecting the motor to be turning and it is not. Error codes can be deceitful
and point you away friom the real issue. Garage door logic boards are really not
The logic board itself is not designed to withstand much of anything. They go
bad fairly often with little provocation.
Other than that, you could test resistance in the various leaf switches, and
also verify to be sure some safety device isn't damaged. You will need a VOM and
know how to use it. If you don't know how to do that, you may as well order a
logic board, as a service call by a technician is going to cost more than a
logic board, all sensors and a motor, combined.
If your opener is similar to new ones, you might consider just buying a whole
new unit for $150, and keep all the spare parts you won't need right away. You
may need them eventually.
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