I want to remove. for cleaning or replacing, the bottom roller on my
garage door. There is no problem with removing the brackets on the other
rollers, but on a torsion-spring door the bracket for the bottom roller
is hooked to that cable with a grillion pounds of tension in it.
Does anybody know what the trick is?
On Tue, 09 Aug 2005 12:22:09 -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote in
Hmmm. I'll have to meditate on that for a while. My cables are still
under some tension in the full-up position. They're very short at that
time, so it's difficult to guesstimate how heavy the tension is.
I just recalled - a while back I loosened the lock bolts on one of the
pulleys to even out the door. I bet I can do that (on one side at a
time!) to replace those rollers. I'll have to ponder that.
Thanks for the reply.
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