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Posted on 2016-10-07 by Author admin

p style="text-align: justify;">There is a huge convenience that comes with the whole range of automatic garage doors. It stands strong against the uncertain weather conditions, it makes it impossible for the burglars and intruders to enter into your property and create any damage, and there is a long list to go.
The automated garage doors offer you the luxury to enter and exit from the garage area in just a click of a button. However, there can be a situation wherein you can feel helpless in making the most of your garage door machine. The situation is when there is a power-cut. You must be wondering what would you do when there is no power and your car is either stuck inside or left outside. Well, to your advantage, you can also operate your garage door equipment when there is no power. In this blog, we would be talking about the ways in which you can operate your garage door manually when you are in the situation of power outage.
Here are a few checks that you must remember while opening your garage door manually:

Releasing the trigger

Mostly, the range of automatic garage doors are manufactured with a manual release to control the garage door when there is power-cut. Generally, this is a long red rope that hangs from the garage door tracks. Pulling this red rope will release the trolley from the garage door track and allow you to use the garage door manually. It holds intrinsic worth to ensure that the garage door is completely down when you release the trigger as it releases the door from the garage door track, and it may come down crashing if it is open. Once you release the trigger, you can manually push the garage door up and down. If the garage door doesnt release a cord, go through the manual for instructions. It would definitely have a column on how to unlock the automatic features of your garage door machine.

For prolonged power outage, keep the machine on manual mode

If there is a power-cut for a prolonged span, you must keep your garage door equipment in manual mode. It is equally important to learn and know the safety features that are available with your garage door system.

Reattach your garage door

Once the power is back at your place, you can easily re-engage the automatic features of your garage door. Once again, pull down on the red cord and pull it towards the garage door opening. Pull up the garage door until you hear a snap and notice that the lock is back to its place. You can also press the button on your garage door opener and then the garage door track will force the spring to get back in place. This helps you in reattaching the door to the trolley.

Lock your garage door manually

A large handle in the middle of the garage door machine helps to operate the manual locking system. When you work your garage door manually, it also gets easier to open and close the door. The manual lock also makes sure that no unwanted person unlocks your garage door and gets to enter into your property.

Safety Note: If you notice any kind of malfunctioning in the garage door parts of the components are broken such as bent springs or other damaged parts, never attempt to release your garage door manually.

Conclusion
Next time when you see that there is no power at your place and your car is stuck inside the garage, do not get restless! Just try and operate the garage door with these above-mentioned tips.

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